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Design for a highly efficient distributed power supply system based on reliability analysis

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4 Author(s)
K. Yotsumoto ; NTT Labs., Tokyo, Japan ; S. Muroyama ; S. Matsumura ; H. Watanabe

A distributed power supply system with highly efficient characteristics is being developed to replace conventional centralized power systems. In this system, as in conventional power systems, a standby energy system composed of batteries and engine-generator sets is used as a back-up system for the commercial power lines. However, the distributed power system, except for the engine-generator set, is installed in the telecommunications room. Thus, the floor load limitation is an important design factor. Reliability analyses show that the distributed power system should be designed using a fully duplicated engine-generator set; with battery reserve time reduced to one-sixth that of conventional centralized power systems; and with transfer switch unavailability designed to be less than 5×10-7

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Telecommunications Energy Conference, 1988. INTELEC '88., 10th International

Date of Conference:

30 Oct-2 Nov 1988