Héctor Chávez

Facultad de Ingeniería

Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Publicaciones

2015

  • An Ex-post Energy Rate Mechanism for Distribution Networks based on Real Time Metering
    Hector Chavez
    IEEE IGST LA 2015
    pp. 1
    - 6.
  • CPS1-compliant Economic Dispatch for a Single Balancing Authority System
    Sebastian Carrasco, Hector Chavez
    IEEE IGST LA 2015
    pp. 1
    - 6.
  • CPS1-compliant Regulation Using a PSD analysis of Wind Expansion in a Single Balancing Authority
    Chavez, H., Lee, D., Baldick, R.
    Sustainable Energy, IEEE Transactions on
    Vol. 6,
    pp. 976
    - 983.
  • The Joint Adequacy of AGC and Primary Frequency Response in Single Balancing Authority Systems
    Chavez, H., Baldick, R., Matevosyan, J.
    Sustainable Energy, IEEE Transactions on
    Vol. 6,
    pp. 959
    - 966.

2014

  • Problematicas Asociadas al Control de Frecuencia en Presencia de Generacion Renovable
    Cornejo, R., Carrasco, S., Chavez, H.
    XXI congreso chileno de control automatico
  • Determination of Acceptable Inertia Limit for Ensuring Adequacy under High Levels of Wind Integration
    Farrokhseresht, N., Chavez, H., Hesamzadeh, M.
    International Conference on European Elecricity Market
    pp. 1
    - 5.
  • Governor Rate-Constrained OPF for Primary Frequency Control Adequacy
    Chavez, H., Baldick, R., Sharma, S.
    Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on
    Vol. 29,
    pp. 1 443
    - 1 480.
  • CPS1 Compliance-Constrained AGC Gain Determination for a Single-Balancing Authority
    Chavez, H., Baldick, R., Matevosyan, J.
    Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on
    Vol. 29,
    pp. 1 481
    - 1 488.

2012

  • Inertia and Governor Ramp Rate Constrained Economic Dispatch to Assess Primary Frequency Response Adequacy
    Chavez, H., Baldick, R.
    International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality (ICREPQ’12)
    pp. 1
    - 6.
  • Regulation Adequacy Analysis Under High Wind Penetration Scenarios in ERCOT Nodal
    Chavez, H., Baldick, R., Sharma, S.
    Sustainable Energy, IEEE Transactions on
    Vol. 3,
    pp. 743
    - 750.