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URN etd-0808106-095835 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2339 times. Download 1033 times. Author Chao-Chun Su Author's Email Address email@example.com Department Electrical Engineering Year 2005 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 74 Title The Optimal Unit Scheduling with Feitsui Reservoir Keyword binary integer programming Ching-Tan weir Chih-Tan dam Feitsui Reservoir Feitsui Reservoir Chih-Tan dam Ching-Tan weir binary integer programming Abstract For the Feisui Reservoir in its operating strategy, it is the primary consideration to satisfy the needs of tap water for household consumption in the metropolitan area of Taipei, its second consideration is to supply electricity for power system during the peak load period. Efficiently as the power system operates, the greater economic effects are not achieved without a set of precise formulae.
In this thesis, the optimal strategy is developed for power generation with the dual integer programming and the reduced costs are evaluated for Taiwan Power Company, as the electricity is generated with water from Feitsui Reservoir rather than fossil fuel. The author attempts to, in the strategy of power generation, reduce the maximum fuel cost for Taiwan Power Company by attending the optimal dispatch for the units at Feitsui Reservoir when the need of water is satisfied at any time period. Besides, after the developed strategy in this thesis has been examined, the author asserts that the greater fuel cost can be reduced with it than using the current operating model for power generation. Moreover, the value of reduced costs is much more than the income which is paid for the electricity sold to Taiwan Power Company.
Advisor Committee Wen-Chen Chu - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2006-07-12 Date of Submission 2006-08-08