Compare Between Two-Unit Cold Standby and Warm Standby Outdoor Electric Power Systems in Changing Weather
G. S. Mokaddis, M. Salah EL-Sherbeny and Entesar Al-Esayeh
DOI : 10.3844/jmssp.2010.17.22
Journal of Mathematics and Statistics
Volume 6, Issue 1
Problem statement: This study presents the reliability analysis of two mathematical models representing electric power systems operating in fluctuating outdoor weather (i.e., normal and stormy weather) and compared between two models. Approach: Model I deals the reliability analysis of a single-server two-unit cold standby, Model II deals the reliability analysis of a single-server two-unit warm standby, for two systems with two different modes (normal, total failure). System failure occurs when both the units fail totally. Results: The failure rate and failed repair rate of a unit are constants. Laplace transforms of the various state probabilities have been derived and then reliability is obtained by the inversion process. Conclusion/Recommendations: Mean Time To Failure (MTTF) are derived. The failure times of operating/spare units and repair time of failed units are exponential distributed. Certain important results are compared between two systems.
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