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Presented to the ERCOT ROS by Shannon Caraway, P.E. - TXU Energy Trading 5/8/2001 Draft Copy

Presented to the ERCOT ROS by Shannon Caraway, P.E. - TXU Energy Trading 5/8/2001 Draft Copy

Information Needed By All Market Participants To Facilitate Transmission Congestion Studies In ERCOT. Presented to the ERCOT ROS by Shannon Caraway, P.E. - TXU Energy Trading 5/8/2001 Draft Copy. Presentation Outline. Overview of market issues.

By ady
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Standard Market Design Technical Presentation April 18, 2001

Standard Market Design Technical Presentation April 18, 2001

Standard Market Design Technical Presentation April 18, 2001. Presented to the NEPOOL Participants by ISO New England And PJM Office of the Interconnection. Benefits of the Standard Market Design Market Design Overview Congestion Management Locational Marginal Pricing

By brennan-lopez
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Overview of LMP Markets Features of ISOs / RTOs

Overview of LMP Markets Features of ISOs / RTOs

Overview of LMP Markets Features of ISOs / RTOs. David Withrow Senior Market Economist. Fall 2007 Meeting of the NARUC Staff Subcommittee on Accounting and Finance Jackson Hole, Wyoming October 8, 2007.

By arthur-espinoza
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Transmission Congestion on the  Delmarva Peninsula

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Transmission Congestion on the Delmarva Peninsula. December 17, 2003 PA03-12-000. Map of PJM. Delmarva Peninsula and LMP. Since 1998 PJM has used LMP to manage congestion

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Transmission Congestion on the Delmarva Peninsula

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Transmission Congestion Management – IDC Granularity Option 3A

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• Congestion • Congestion • Congestion

• Congestion • Congestion • Congestion

• Congestion • Congestion • Congestion. Interstates..........25 Years----$12 Billion.............. Local Roads. Who Appointed. 7 from the City of Charlotte 7 from Mecklenburg County 7 from the Charlotte Chamber. Balanced Demographically And Geographically. Residents throughout Mecklenburg

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Non-Transmission Alternatives to Reduce Local Congestion Costs

Non-Transmission Alternatives to Reduce Local Congestion Costs

Non-Transmission Alternatives to Reduce Local Congestion Costs. Bill Bojorquez June 3, 2004. Background. Protocol 6.5.9 includes requirement to consider certain non-transmission alternatives in RMR exit strategy development

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TRANSMISSION ACCESS AND  CONGESTION MANAGEMENT O. Lavoine-RTE-France

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TRANSMISSION ACCESS AND CONGESTION MANAGEMENT O. Lavoine-RTE-France. What is congestion ?. First of all, congestion is an operational technical problem : the network can not accommodate all the requested withdrawals and injections, due to the fact that security criteria must be respected :

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TCP-like congestion control algorithm for stream media transmission

TCP-like congestion control algorithm for stream media transmission

Currently, the influx of streaming media business tends to aggravate network congestion. In order to improve\nnetwork efficiency, a new TCP-like congestion control algorithm based on RTP/TRCP protocol model is proposed in\nthis paper. This algorithm uses an improved AIMD mechanism to control window for adjusting the transmission rate\nof RTP data frame by adopting TCP acknowledgment mechanism and RTCP report. This algorithm firstly deduces\nthe formula of average delay jitter and defines some parameters such as round trip time and timeout clock value.\nSecondly, a kind of transmission control strategy based on feedback is presented. More importantly, this algorithm\ncompletely abandon the retransmission mechanism of TCP to keep continuity and real-time of streaming media\nbusiness. The experimental results show that, compared with other RTP flow control algorithm, the proposed\nalgorithm has better congestion control ability and it can restrain the jitter effectively.

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Congestion

Congestion

Congestion. Hyperemia and Congestion. Hyperemia means increased blood volume in a particular tissue or organ, due to dilatation of the microcirculation resulting from either increased blood flow (inflow) or impaired venous drainage (outflow). It may be active or passive.

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