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1998

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Service Identification And Allocation In Market-Based Power System Operation , Jian Fu Jan 1998

Service Identification And Allocation In Market-Based Power System Operation , Jian Fu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In the market-based power system operation environment, ancillary services and other interconnected services are necessary to to maintain the secure and reliable operation of the transmission system. Service identification and allocation, together with congestion management, become important functions in the day- ahead scheduling of the independent system operator (ISO);In this dissertation, a general framework for service identification and congestion management was proposed. Based on a set of market model assumptions and the anticipated behaviors of the market participants, the individual profits of the market participants were analyzed. An overall profit maximization was proposed as the desired objective function. Because ...


The Analysis And Modeling Of Fine Pitch Laminate Interconnect In Response To Large Energy Fault Transients , Joel Arlen Jorgenson Jan 1998

The Analysis And Modeling Of Fine Pitch Laminate Interconnect In Response To Large Energy Fault Transients , Joel Arlen Jorgenson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In embedded applications, the miniaturization of circuitry and functionality provides many benefits to both the producer and consumer. However, the benefits gained from miniaturization is not without penalty, as the environmental influences may be great enough to introduce system failures in new or different modes and effects;Of particular interest within this research is the effect of fault transients in reduced geometries of printed circuit card interconnect, commonly referred to as fine pitch laminate interconnect. Whereas larger geometries of conductor trace width and spacing may have been immune to circuit failure at a given fault input, the reduction of the ...