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Quasi-static decoupled load flow modelling of a power supply network with AC-DC converters applied to light rail system

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Improving the braking energy recovery efficiency in light rail systems can reduce their energy consumption. In order to compare and quantify contribution of different technologies with respect to traditional light rail systems, a quasi-static decoupled load flow modelling of a power supply network with AC-DC converters has been developed by the authors. It uses an empiric model of uncontrolled rectifiers based on abacuses determined by simulation.

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Power Electronics and Applications, 2007 European Conference on

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2-5 Sept. 2007