{"title":"The Influence of the Commons Structure Modification on the Allocation","authors":"Oana Pop, Constantin Barbulescu, Mircea Nemes, Stefan Kilyeni","volume":16,"journal":"International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering","pagesStart":577,"pagesEnd":584,"ISSN":"1307-6892","URL":"https:\/\/publications.waset.org\/pdf\/11700","abstract":"The tracing methods determine the contribution the\r\npower system sources have in their supplying. The methods can be used\r\nto assess the transmission prices, but also to recover the transmission\r\nfixed cost. In this paper is presented the influence of the modification of\r\ncommons structure has on the specific price of transfer. The operator\r\nmust make use of a few basic principles about allocation. Most\r\ntracing methods are based on the proportional sharing principle. In this\r\npaper Kirschen method is used. In order to illustrate this method, the 25-\r\nbus test system is used, elaborated within the Electrical Power\r\nEngineering Department, from Timisoara, Romania.","references":"[1] M. Shahidelpour, H. Yahim, Z. Li, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Market Operations in Electric Power\r\nSystems. Forecasting, Scheduling and Risk Management\", in A John\r\nWiley & Sons, INC, 2002.\r\n[2] G. Strbac, D. Kirschen, S. Almed, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Allocating Transmission System Usage\r\non the Basis of Traceable Contributions of Generators and Loads to Flow\",\r\nIEEE Transactions on Power System, Vol. 13, No. 2, May 1998, pp. 527-\r\n534.\r\n[3] D. Kirschen, G. Strbac, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Tracing Active and Reactive Power between\r\nGenerators and Load Using Real and Imaginary Currents\", IEEE\r\nTransactions on Power System, Vol. 14, No. 4, November 1999, pp.\r\n1212-1319.\r\n[4] D. Kischen, R. Allan, G. Strbac, \"Contributions of Individual Generators\r\nto Loads and Flow\", IEEE Transactions on Power System, Vol. 12, No. 1,\r\nFebruary 1997, pp. 52-66.\r\n[5] Barbulescu C., Vuc Gh., Kilyeni St., \"Probabilistic Load Modelling\r\nInfluences on the Load Flow. Case Study TEST25 Test Power System\",\r\nProceedings of the International Youth Conference on Energetics (IYCE)\r\n2007, 31.V-02.VI.2007, Budapest, Hungary, ISBN: 978-963-420-908-9,\r\npag. 175.\r\n[6] J. Bialek, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Topological Generation and Load Distribution Factors for\r\nSupplement Charge Allocation in Transmission Open Access\", IEEE\r\nTransactions on Power System, Vol. 12, No. 3, August 1997, pp. 1185-1193.\r\n[7] O. Pop, M. Nemes, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Power System Allocation with Network Matrices\",\r\nProceeding of the 7th International Power Systems Conference, November\r\n22-23, 2007, Timisoara, Romania, pp. 527-534.\r\n[8] M. Ilic, F. Galiana, L. Fink, \u00d4\u00c7\u00d7Power System Restructuring: Engineering and\r\nEconomics\", in Norwell, MA: Kluwer, 1998.\r\n[9] H.H. Happ, \"Cost of Wheeling Methodologies\", IEEE Transactions on\r\nPower System, Vol. 9, No. 1, February 1995, pp. 147-156.","publisher":"World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology","index":"Open Science Index 16, 2008"}