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Title: Generator modeling for analog emulation of large scale power systems
Authors: Yakaski, Jeffrey L.
Keywords: Electrical engineering;Electric power systems;Analog emulation
Issue Date: Dec-2011
Abstract: This thesis proposes an approach to modeling generators for solving large-scale power systems in analog emulation. Analog emulation is becoming a computational alternative for power system analysis without the disadvantages of traditional digital computation methods. This approach allows for fast computation independent of system size and the development of accurate models. Circuit modeling and design issues of analog hardware are presented. The proposed generator model will focus on a second order circuit with suggestions for more advanced models. The design is capable of reconfiguring system parameters and emulating load flow calculations with other circuits, i.e. transmission lines and loads. This research focuses generator modeling and its steadystate solutions in traditional load flow studies.
Description: Thesis (M.S., Electrical engineering)--Drexel University, 2011.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/3918
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