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Uncertainty Propagation through Integrated Gas and Electricity Networks using Sequential Monte-Carlo

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Hamid Hosseini, Dr Adib Allahham, Professor Phil Taylor


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This work presents a sequential Monte Carlo-based integrated gas and power flow (IGPF) model to quantify how different sources of uncertainty propagate within the integrated gas and electricity network (IGEN). The uncertain input parameters, i.e. photovoltaic and wind generation, and electricity and heat demand are represented by weekly probabilistic time-series profiles. The time-series profiles of photovoltaic and wind generation are determined using respective Markov chains, whereas the fluctuations in time-series profiles of electricity and heat demand are modelled to comply with respective Gaussian distributions. The goodness-of-fit of these probabilistic time-series profiles to respective historical datasets is evaluated using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. Subsequently, the operation of gas and electricity networks, coupled through power-to-gas technology, is simulated using the sequential Monte Carlo-based IGPF model. The effectiveness of proposed approach is assessed through a case study in a localised energy network. Finally, four test-cases are designed to investigate the impact of increasing renewable penetration levels on uncertainty propagation in IGEN.

Publication metadata

Author(s): Ehsan A, Preece R, Hosseini H, Allahham A, Taylor P

Editor(s): IEEE

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: 2020 International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems (PMAPS)

Year of Conference: 2020

Online publication date: 01/09/2020

Acceptance date: 22/06/2020

ISSN: 2642-6757

Publisher: IEEE


DOI: 10.1109/PMAPS47429.2020.9183604

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ISBN: 9781728128221