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Accelerated Methods for the SOCP-Relaxed Component-Based Distributed Optimal Power Flow

In light of the increased focus on distributed meth- ods, this paper proposes two accelerated subgradient methods and an adaptive penalty parameter scheme to speed-up the con- vergence of ADMM on the component-based dual decomposition of the second-order cone programming (SOCP) relaxation of the OPF. This work is the first to apply an adaptive penalty parameter method along with an accelerated subgradient method together in one scheme for distributed OPF. This accelerated scheme is demonstrated to reach substantial speed-ups, as high as 87%, on real-world test systems with more than 9000 buses, as well as on other difficult test cases.

Author(s):

Sleiman Mhanna    
The University of Sydney
Australia

Gregor Verbic    
The University of Sydney
Australia

Archie Chapman    
The University of Sydney
Australia

 

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