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Title: Cost-effectiveness of emission control at fossil-fuel units for different cumulative load patterns
Authors: Roy, S
Keywords: emissions control
economic evaluation
demand patterns
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 12(1), 321 - 328p.
Abstract: This paper describes a method to recommend allocation of generating units, with a view to achieve cost-effective control of particulate and gaseous emissions over an energy scenario. Definition of relative cost and relative emission, with respect to corresponding base-case values, allows one to develop a model that describes cost and emission aspects of the chosen scenario. Optimisation of this model, by any appropriate linear-programming software, yields the allocation levels to be recommended. The emphasis of this paper is on the way in which results of the said optimisation model reflect the effect of demand patterns on the allocation levels. Each individual unit may differ. This affects the overall generation cost, and simultaneously the emissions from the thermal units, both relative to respective base values. Since the optimisation algorithm attempts to reduce both the relative quantities, its results always reflect the changing generation vs. emission tradeoff for utilities vis-a-vis different demand patterns
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1882
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