2020
DOI: 10.14710/ijred.2021.32245
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Abstract: In this paper, multi-objective economic-environmental solar-wind-thermal power scheduling model was developed and it was optimized for five test systems. First test system was based upon a purely thermal power generating system and its problem was formulated to satisfy three conflicting objectives: (i) fuel cost, (ii)  emission, and (iii)  emission. The second, third and fourth test systems were comprised of optimal scheduling of integrated solar-thermal, wind-thermal and solar-wind-thermal power systems, resp… Show more

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“…The entire solar radiation falls on a tilted flat collector depends upon (i) diffused sky radiation, (ii) diffused radiation reflected from the surface of the earth, and (iii) beam radiation. The solar irradiance fall on a tilted plane for 𝑡 1J interval is evaluated as (Singal 2006;Kaur et al 2021):…”
Section: Model Of Solar Units (Pv)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The entire solar radiation falls on a tilted flat collector depends upon (i) diffused sky radiation, (ii) diffused radiation reflected from the surface of the earth, and (iii) beam radiation. The solar irradiance fall on a tilted plane for 𝑡 1J interval is evaluated as (Singal 2006;Kaur et al 2021):…”
Section: Model Of Solar Units (Pv)mentioning
confidence: 99%