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Northern China has rich wind power and photovoltaic renewable resources. Combined Heat and Power CHP Units to meet the load demand and limit its peaking capacity in winter, to a certain extent, it results in structural problems of wind-solar power and thermoelectric. To solve these problems, this paper proposes a plurality of units together to ensure supply of heat load on the premise, by building a thermoelectric power peaking considering thermal load unit group dynamic scheduling model, to achieve the potential of different thermoelectric properties peaking units of the excavation. Simulation examples show, if the unit group exists obvious relationship thermoelectric individual differences, the thermal load dynamic scheduling can be more significantly improved overall performance peaking unit group, effectively increase clean energy consumptive.

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CHP Units, Peak Load Regulation, Thermal Load Distribution, Solar Wind Power Consumption, Dynamic Scheduling

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Liu, C. , Men, D. , Xu, D. , Ding, Q. , Huang, G. , Dai, S. and Zhou, J. 2017 Optimization of Minimum Power Output for Combined Heat and Power Units Considering Peak Load Regulation Ability. Energy and Power Engineering, 9, 452-463. doi: 10.4236-epe.2017.94B051.





Author: Cong Liu, Deyue Men, Dan Xu, Qiang Ding, Guodong Huang, Sai Dai, Jingyang Zhou

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