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I had programmed the DC-OPF in Digsilent using DPL. DPL is a software like C++, so we were able to develop a Newton algorithm to solve the OPF; we've gotten the same results in comparison with MIPS algorithm from Matpower. Right now, we're having a problem with the iterative algorithm, so I want to study this failed trying to solve the problem that the MIPS algorithm has. Yes, the costs are linear, and I'm studying that problem.My future idea will be programmed a generation expansion planning algorithm using just the power generators as decision variables. In this case, I must use maybe a branch and bound algorithm. Do you have any experience with this algorithm? In the state of the art, I don't find any planning algorithm solved with the reduced model. What do you think as contribution to the state of the art?In the same topic, I'd like to develop a transmission expansion planning algorithm in the next stage. I've published some publication about these topics applying evolutionary algorithms, but I want to change the tool that I use to solve the optimization problem, or maybe I'd like to carry out a mix tool.With a colleague, we've used PLEXOS to include the uncertainty in the planning problem using a stochastic programming. I hope that I can develop a similar tool to model the uncertainty in the capacity expansion problem.I wish that we can plan a presentation about optimization algorithms applied to the power system problems. What do you think about my proposal?
I hope that you can help to review the english grammar with this text.
If you put this in a notebook entry I can more easily help you edit your grammar. Also my boyfriend is an electrical engineer so I can ask him if you are using the correct words to explain the content you are writing about i.e. DPL and C++
Great, so I'll wait your comments and observations in the text. Thank you so much for your kind help.