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  1. In recent years, the implementation of the demand response (DR) programs in the power system's scheduling and operation is increased. DR is used to improve the consumers' and power providers' economic condition. That said, optimal power flow is a fundamental concept in the power system operation and control. The impact of exploiting DR programs in the power management of the systems is of significant importance. In this paper, the effect of time-based DR programs on the cost of 24-hour operation of a power system is presented. The effect of the time of use and real-time pricing programs with different participation factors are investigated. In addition, the system's operation cost is studied to analyze the DR programs' role in the current power grids. For this aim, the 14-bus IEEE test system is used to properly implement and simulate the proposed approach.