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000086429 0247_ \$\$2doi\$\$a10.1016/j.epsr.2018.11.012
000086429 0248_ \$\$2sideral\$\$a109190
000086429 037__ \$\$aART-2019-109190
000086429 041__ \$\$aeng
000086429 100__ \$\$0(orcid)0000-0003-3992-4393\$\$aBeyza Bravo, Jesus\$\$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000086429 245__ \$\$aLinear-analog transformation approach for coupled gas and power flow analysis
000086429 260__ \$\$c2019
000086429 5060_ \$\$aAccess copy available to the general public\$\$fUnrestricted
000086429 5203_ \$\$aIn this paper, we present a methodology to analyze the integrated operation of coupled natural gas and electricity networks in steady-state. The interaction of the gas network with the electrical grid is modeled through mathematical equations that represent the energy exchange between the two infrastructures. The joint natural gas and power flow is solved using the linear-analog transformation (LAT) and the Newton-Raphson (NR) algorithm, respectively. Here, a unified solution framework of the two systems is presented using the previous proposed methods. The applicability of the methodology is illustrated using two case studies: IEEE-14 bus test system combined with a 16-node natural gas network and the IEEE-30 bus test system integrated with a 15-node natural gas network with 4 compressors. The proposed methodology proves to be useful for the assessment of coupled natural gas and electricity critical infrastructures.
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000086429 591__ \$\$aENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC\$\$b78 / 266 = 0.293\$\$c2019\$\$dQ2\$\$eT1
000086429 593__ \$\$aEnergy Engineering and Power Technology\$\$c2019\$\$dQ1
000086429 593__ \$\$aElectrical and Electronic Engineering\$\$c2019\$\$dQ1
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