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Reusing Three-Phase Power-Flow Object Components for Unbalanced Harmonic Analysis

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4 Author(s)
Nor, K.M. ; Dept. of Power Eng., Univ. of Technol. Malaysia, Johor ; Jeun, L.W. ; Abdel-Akher, M. ; Abdul-Rashid, A.H.

In this paper, the harmonic penetration method is developed as a component-based application. The direct nodal voltage harmonic solution is developed as an independent software component and then integrated with existing three-phase power-flow software components. The harmonic solution reuses many facilities available in the fundamental frequency power-flow object components. The nonlinear devices such as six pulse converters are modeled as entity objects and inherited from the basic object-oriented power-system device model at fundamental frequency. Also, the linear solver also is reused form the power-flow component library. The application of object components shows that the development of complicated algorithms becomes easy due to the high code reusability.

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Power and Energy Conference, 2006. PECon '06. IEEE International

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28-29 Nov. 2006