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2017 IEEE Manchester PowerTech
Developments in renewable integration are continuously changing power system portfolios globally. Higher volatility of the networks might pose a threat to grid stability and thus increase the need for ancillary services. In this paper one such service -the provision of inertial frequency response (in short referred to as inertia) -is analyzed. An additional demand constraint is added to a SMIP (Stochastic Mixed Integer Problem) formulation of an interconnected two-area system consisting ofdoi:10.1109/ptc.2017.7979748 fatcat:ahs63a7k5ffazehdnx3etu6cuu