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000053475 245__ $$aMulti-Criteria Optimization of Pulverized Fuel Coal-Fired Power Generation  System Load Dispatching
000053475 260__ $$aAtlanta, Georgia USA$$c2003
000053475 269__ $$a2003
000053475 336__ $$aConference Papers
000053475 520__ $$aWith a given power demand pattern supplied by a set of pulverized fuel coal- fired (PC) power generation units at various locations, different power  dispatching solutions will result in different fuel consumptions, CO2  emissions, and power generation costs. This is due to the performance  differences of their shut-down and start-up processes as well as those under  the operational conditions, and to fuel prices differences between different  power stations. In this paper, a methodology characterized with a multi- objective optimization approach based on a fast evolutionary algorithm is  employed to optimize the daily total power generation operating cost and the  daily total CO2 emissions. The shut down and start-up processes are divided  into 7 sub-operations : load-decreasing, shutdown, boiler ignition  preparation, ignition-warning up, connecting to grid, load-increasing and  stabilization process, according to their characteristics in order to calculate  the fuel consumptions, the CO2 emissions and the cost. Available data have  been used to derive the models that characterize the emission and cost  performances of typical PC units as well as their rating and partial load  performances. From the results of the multi-objective optimization, the so  called Pareto Optimal Frontiers (POFs) are used to evaluate the effect of CO2  tax on the optimal power dispatching solutions. The influence of SO2 tax on  the CO2 abatement marginal cost is also analyzed.
000053475 6531_ $$alenisystem leni_power_plant
000053475 700__ $$aLi, Hongtao
000053475 700__ $$0240152$$aFavrat, Daniel$$g105085
000053475 700__ $$0240374$$aMaréchal, François$$g140973
000053475 700__ $$aBürer, Meinrad
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000053475 937__ $$aLENI-CONF-2003-017
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