# Problem 1 (55 points): The fuel-cost curves for a two-generator system are given as follows: GCP) =.

Problem 1 (55 points): The fuel-cost curves for a two-generator system are given as follows: GCP) =.
Problem 1 (55 points): The fuel-cost curves for a two-generator system are given as follows: GCP) = 2000+ 45. Pc +0.05. (Pi) CP) – 500+ 50Paz +0.03. (Pc)2 Generator limits are: 0 PGIS 200 200 P62 800 For a load of 600 MW, use the lambda iteration method to determine the values of M. Pa (A) and Pea( ) after two iterations. Show the values of all variables at each iteration. Use starting values of 14 – 60 and 1 = 80. Be sure to consider the generator limits; you may ignore any penalty factors. Apr 08 2022 02:04 PM

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