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An advanced and powerful real-time digital transient network analyser

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3 Author(s)
Devaux, O. ; Electr. de France, Clamart, France ; Levacher, L. ; Huet, O.

A few years ago, the study and simulation of fast power system phenomena in real-time, was the private ground of analog simulators. But the limitation in modeling, the complexity and the costly maintenance of these simulators was a brake upon their development and made their profitability uncertain. The testing of power system equipment such as controls, relays or power electronic devices needed a new type of simulator, much more versatile and cost-efficient than their predecessors: the real-time digital transient network analysers (DTNA). Until a few months ago, the design of DTNAs was based on dedicated technologies. Today, the ever increasing calculation power has now reached a level that allows real-time simulations of fast phenomena to be carried on standard computers. The authors present in this paper a new and fully digital TNA that relies on a standard computer

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )