IEEE Denver Section PES.IAS Chapter February 2018 Meeting

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Optimal Power Flow with Photovoltaics

Abstract:

Amin will present two–stage model for achieving a feasible optimal solution for the exactness of the available second order cone relaxation in the optimal power flow problem for distributions systems with wide-spread photovoltaic sources. The presentation will include the history and the importance of the optimal power flow problem, along with the mathematical formulation and results of different test feeders.



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  • 1475 S Pearl St
  • Denver, Colorado
  • United States 80210
  • Building: The Tavern Platt Park
  • Room Number: Crestone Room (Upstairs)

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Amin Bunaiyan

Amin Bunaiyan earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with minor in mathematics and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado Denver in 2016 and 2017 respectively. His thesis research focused on the optimal power flow for distribution systems that are fed with photovoltaic panels. He has four IEEE conference papers on the same topic. Amin is currently an Electrical Engineer at Salient Power Engineering performing electrical studies and substation design.





Cost: IEEE member: $15.00 for dinner; Non-IEEE members: $20.00 for dinner; Student IEEE members: free dinner. Please bring valid IEEE or student ID.

No charge to anyone who wants to attend only the presentation (no dinner).