Optimal Scheduling of IES Considering Thermal Transmission Delay Based on Modelica and Julia


  • Yong Qiu
  • Jin Wang
  • Shubin Zhang
  • Yuan He
  • Haiming Zhang
  • Ji Ding
  • Fanli Zhou




integrated energy system, optimal dispatch, heat dynamics, Modelica, Julia


The Integrated Energy System (IES) enables integrated control and coordinated optimization of multiple energy flows. Due to the complexity of dynamic characteristics of multiple energy flows and the significant differences in time scales, thermodynamic problems occur during the operation of the system. In this paper, we propose an IES operation method that comprehensively considers thermodynamics to reduce the impact of thermal transmission delay on the system's operational strategy, including modeling, evaluation, and scheduling programs. Firstly, an IES model is established to describe the dynamic characteristics of the energy supply network. Secondly, a two-stage optimization scheduling model considering thermal transmission delay is established to reduce the impact of thermal transmission delay on the operation decisions of IES, and the thermal power imbalance rate index is proposed to measure the impact of thermodynamics. Finally, the proposed method's effectiveness is validated by utilizing a comprehensive energy system as an example and implementing it on the MWORKS platform using the Modelica and Julia languages.