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Mathematical modeling and simulation of transients in power distribution systems with valve devices and dynamic loading

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4 Author(s)
Gogolyuk, P. ; L''viv Polytech Nat. Univ., Lviv, Ukraine ; Grechyn, T. ; Ravlyk, A. ; Grinberg, I.

Power distribution systems (PDS) with powerful semiconductor devices characterized by significant nonlinearity, create a problem of electromagnetic compatibility of such devices with feeder network [A.M. Gole et al., 1997]. This problem becomes significantly more complicated in PDS with low levels of fault currents and with dynamic loads, consisting the synchronous and/or induction motors connected through AC/DC/AC inverters (or AC/AC converters). Therefore, solution of electromagnetic inverters and converters is an important scientific and practical task [L. Tang et al., 1996]. The paper includes fundamental theoretical and practical results of mathematical and software components development for Automated System of Scientific Research (ASSR).

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2003, IEEE  (Volume:3 )

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13-17 July 2003

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