The incremental cost curves of two generators (Gen A and Gen B) in a plant supplying a common load are shown in the figure. If the incremental cost of supplying the common load is Rs. 7400 per MWh, then the common load in MW is ________ (rounded off to the nearest integer).

The fuel cost functions in rupees/hour for two 600 MW thermal power plants are given by

Plant 1 : C_{1} = 350 + 6P_{1} + 0.004P$$_1^2$$

Plant 2 : C_{2} = 450 + aP_{2} + 0.003P$$_2^2$$

where P_{1} and P_{2} are power generated by plant 1 and plant 2, respectively, in MW and a is constant. The incremental cost of power ($$\lambda$$) is 8 rupees per MWh. The two thermal power plants together meet a total power demand of 550 MW. The optimal generation of plant 1 and plant 2 in MW, respectively, are

The fuel cost of generators $${G_1}$$ and $${G_2}$$ are: $${C_1}\left( {{P_{G1}}} \right) = 10,000\,\,Rs/MWhr$$ and $${C_2}\left( {{P_{G2}}} \right) = 12,500\,\,Rs/MWhr$$ and the loss in the line is $$\,{P_{loss(pu)}} = 0.5\,\,P_{G1\left( {pu} \right),}^2\,\,\,\,$$ where the loss coefficient is specified in pu on a $$100$$ $$MVA$$ base. The most economic power generation schedule in $$MW$$ is