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Arias, D. (2020). Optimización Multi-objetivo de Potencia Activa y Reactiva para crear la Curva PQ en las Barras del SEP . Revista Técnica "Energía", 17(1), PP. 11-17. https://doi.org/10.37116/revistaenergia.v17.n1.2020.389

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En este trabajo, se propone un problema de optimización multiobjetivo de potencia activa y reactiva en las barras del sistema, el cual considera los límites operativos, la capacidad de generación, las reservas de potencia reactiva, capacidad de potencia activa, las restricciones de transmisión, y los límites de voltaje del sistema eléctrico de potencia (SEP).

El problema de optimización multiobjetivo propuesto se basa en una combinación de la función objetivo1: margen de potencia reactiva y la función objetivo 2: potencia activa, en la barra sujeta a analisis del margen del SEP. Del problema multiobjetivo se obtiene la Frontera de Pareto, que representa la curva PQ (proyección de la curva PV y QV sobre el plano) de la barra en análisis. El modelo del problema de optimización es aplicado a un sistema de prueba para su validación y análisis de resultados. De esta manera se proporciona una medida confiable para evaluar la estabilidad de voltaje y la seguridad del sistema en redes eléctricas considerando los limites máximos de operación del SEP.

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