Optimizing Nonlinear Dynamics in Energy System Planning and Control
Understanding the physical dynamics underlying energy systems is essential in achieving stable operations, and reasoning about restoration and expansion planning. The mathematics governing energy system dynamics are often described by high-order differential equations. Optimizing over these equations can be a computationally challenging exercise. To overcome these challenges, early studies focused on reduced / linearized models failing to capture system...[Show more]
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