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  • Nome

    Leonel Magalhães Carvalho
  • Cluster

    Energia
  • Cargo

    Responsável de Área
  • Desde

    18 fevereiro 2008
018
Publicações

2020

Aggregated dynamic model of active distribution networks for large voltage disturbances

Autores
Fulgencio, N; Moreira, C; Carvalho, L; Lopes, JP;

Publicação
Electric Power Systems Research

Abstract

2020

A Hierarchical Optimization Strategy for Energy Scheduling and Volt/var Control in Autonomous Clusters of Microgrids

Autores
Castro, MV; Moreira, C; Carvalho, LM;

Publicação
IET Renewable Power Generation

Abstract

2020

Reactive power provision by the DSO to the TSO considering renewable energy sources uncertainty

Autores
Soares, T; Carvalho, L; Moris, H; Bessa, RJ; Abreu, T; Lambert, E;

Publicação
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY GRIDS & NETWORKS

Abstract
The current coordination between the transmission system operator (TSO) and the distribution system operator (DSO) is changing mainly due to the continuous integration of distributed energy resources (DER) in the distribution system. The DER technologies are able to provide reactive power services helping the DSOs and TSOs in the network operation. This paper follows this trend by proposing a methodology for the reactive power management by the DSO under renewable energy sources (RES) forecast uncertainty, allowing the DSO to coordinate and supply reactive power services to the TSO. The proposed methodology entails the use of a stochastic AC-OPF, ensuring reliable solutions for the DSO. RES forecast uncertainty is modeled by a set of probabilistic spatiotemporal trajectories. A 37-bus distribution grid considering realistic generation and consumption data is used to validate the proposed methodology. An important conclusion is that the methodology allows the DSO to leverage the DER full capabilities to provide a new service to the TSO.

2020

A combined optimisation and decision-making approach for battery-supported HMGS

Autores
Marcelino, C; Baumann, M; Carvalho, L; Chibeles Martins, N; Weil, M; Almeida, P; Wanner, E;

Publicação
JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY

Abstract
Hybrid micro-grid systems (HMGS) are gaining increasing attention worldwide. The balance between electricity load and generation based on fluctuating renewable energy sources is a main challenge in the operation and design of HMGS. Battery energy storage systems are considered essential components for integrating high shares of renewable energy into a HMGS. Currently, there are very few studies in the field of mathematical optimisation and multi-criteria decision analysis that focus on the evaluation of different battery technologies and their impact on the HMGS design. The model proposed in this paper aims at optimising three different criteria: minimising electricity costs, reducing the loss of load probability, and maximising the use of locally available renewable energy. The model is applied in a case study in southern Germany. The optimisation is carried out using the C-DEEPSO algorithm. Its results are used as input for an AHP-TOPSIS model to identify the most suitable alternative out of five different battery technologies using expert weights. Lithium batteries are considered the best solution with regard to the given group preferences and the optimisation results.

2019

An advanced platform for power system security assessment accounting for forecast uncertainties

Autores
Ciapessoni, E; Cirio, D; Pitto, A; Omont, N; Carvalho, LM; Vasconcelos, MH;

Publicação
International Journal of Management and Decision Making

Abstract

Teses
supervisionadas

2019

MOCAPIRA - Monte Carlo parallel implementation for reliability assessment

Autor
Inês Maria Afonso Trigo de Freitas Alves

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2015

Impacto do Erro da Previsão Eólica nas Necessidades a Longo-Prazo de Reserva Operacional

Autor
João Teixeira

Instituição
UP-FEUP