Years Active: 2009-2014
This project involved upgrading the CGEN (Combined Gas and Electricity Network) model with stochastic modelling capability. This allowed modelling of stochastic variables such as wind output. Additionally a CGEN Monte Carlo model was developed for analysing the impact of energy uncertainties on the reliability of UK gas and electricity infrastructure.
- Chaudry, M., Skea, J., Wang, X., and Jenkins, N. (2012) Modelling UK energy system response to natural gas supply infrastructure failures, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A, Journal of Power and Energy, 226: 501-513.
- Skea, J., Chaudry, M., and Wang, X. (2012). The role of gas infrastructure in promoting energy security, Energy Policy, 43: 202-213.
- Gerber, A., Qadrdan, M., Chaudry, M., Jenkins, N., and Ekanayake, J. (2011). A 2020 GB transmission network study using dispersed wind farm power output, Renewable Energy, 37 (1): 124-132.
- Qadrdan, M., Chaudry, M., Wu, J., Jenkins, N., and Ekanayake J. (2010). Impact of a large penetration of wind generation on the GB gas network, Energy Policy, 38 (10): 5684-5695.
- Chaudry, M., Jenkins, N., and Strbac, G. (2008) Multi-time period combined gas and electricity network optimisation. Electric Power Systems Research, 78 (7): 1265-1279.