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From the July-September 2016 issue
Analyzing Vulnerability of Power Systems with Continuous Optimization Formulations
By Taedong Kim, Stephen J. Wright, Daniel Bienstock, and Sean Harnett
Potential vulnerabilities in a power grid can be exposed by identifying those transmission lines on which attacks (in the form of interference with their transmission capabilities) causes maximum disruption to the grid. In this study, we model the grid by (nonlinear) AC power flow equations, and assume that attacks take the form of increased impedance along transmission lines. We quantify disruption in several different ways, including (a) overall deviation of the voltages at the buses from $1.0$ per unit (p.u.), and (b) the minimal amount of load that must be shed in order to restore the grid to stable operation. We describe optimization formulations of the problem of finding the most disruptive attack, which are either nonlinear programing problems or nonlinear bilevel optimization problems, and describe customized algorithms for solving these problems. Experimental results on the IEEE 118-Bus system and a Polish 2383-Bus system are presented.
Editorials and Announcements
- We are pleased to announce that Ali Jadbabaie, a professor at University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia, has been appointed as the inaugural EIC for the IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, effective immediately.
- EIC Editorial (Jan-March 2016)
- IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering (Jan-June 2014)
- IEEE TNSE Inaugural Issue Editorial (Jan-June 2014)
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