03-05-2019, 03:55 PM

The online capacities are not reported, because they are not generally of much interest, and it is not a physical quantity, but just the amount of capacity having that operational status, in each timeslice.

If you find the GDX file, you can calculate the online capacity in each timeslice ts by subtracting VAR_UPS(r,v,t,p,s,'N') from the total capacity, for all s above or equal to ts. VAR_UPS(r,v,t,p,s,'N') thus gives the offline capacity in each timeslice.

Anyway, I just tested your example model with the following small modification. I introduced COM_FR for the demand:

As expected, now the TESTELSR process had partial load efficiency losses of 32% in the night timeslices, which now had a lower load level, in accordance with the load profile I defined. So, it worked exactly as expected.

Please also read the documentation if you have not yet read it: TIMES_Dispatching_Documentation.pdf

If you find the GDX file, you can calculate the online capacity in each timeslice ts by subtracting VAR_UPS(r,v,t,p,s,'N') from the total capacity, for all s above or equal to ts. VAR_UPS(r,v,t,p,s,'N') thus gives the offline capacity in each timeslice.

Anyway, I just tested your example model with the following small modification. I introduced COM_FR for the demand:

Code:

`PARAMETER COM_FR /`

REG1.2005.DEMCAR.WD 0.36

REG1.2005.DEMCAR.WN 0.14

REG1.2005.DEMCAR.SD 0.36

REG1.2005.DEMCAR.SN 0.14

/;

Please also read the documentation if you have not yet read it: TIMES_Dispatching_Documentation.pdf