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# Continuous and Discrete Models in MTL Simulation: Basic Concepts Description

BRANČÍK, L. DĚDKOVÁ, J.

Original Title

Continuous and Discrete Models in MTL Simulation: Basic Concepts Description

English Title

Continuous and Discrete Models in MTL Simulation: Basic Concepts Description

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with comparison of two basic concepts for simulation of voltage and current distributions on the multiconductor transmission lines (MTL). First the continuous models are formulated in both (s,x) and (s,q) domain via one- and two-dimensional Laplace transforms (1D LT and 2D LT), respectively. Its respective numerical inversion (1D NILT or 2D NILT) leads to the (t,x)-domain solution. Second two discrete models are presented. In part the model based on a discretization of spatial coordinate only, a semi-discrete model, represented by a connection of generalized PI networks in cascade is shown. In part a fully discrete model formulated and solved by using the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method is discussed. The examples of MTLs simulation are presented as well.

English abstract

The paper deals with comparison of two basic concepts for simulation of voltage and current distributions on the multiconductor transmission lines (MTL). First the continuous models are formulated in both (s,x) and (s,q) domain via one- and two-dimensional Laplace transforms (1D LT and 2D LT), respectively. Its respective numerical inversion (1D NILT or 2D NILT) leads to the (t,x)-domain solution. Second two discrete models are presented. In part the model based on a discretization of spatial coordinate only, a semi-discrete model, represented by a connection of generalized PI networks in cascade is shown. In part a fully discrete model formulated and solved by using the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method is discussed. The examples of MTLs simulation are presented as well.

Keywords

Multiconductor transmission line, Laplace transform, Finite Difference Time Domain method, simulation

RIV year

2008

Released

08.09.2008

Publisher

UTEE, FEKT VUT v Brně

Location

Paris

ISBN

978-80-214-3718-0

Book

Proceedings of the International Workshop on Teleinformatics and Electromagnetic Field

Pages from

1

Pages to

4

Pages count

4

BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT27570,
author="Lubomír {Brančík} and Jarmila {Dědková}",
title="Continuous and Discrete Models in MTL Simulation: Basic Concepts Description",
annote="The paper deals with comparison of two basic concepts for simulation of voltage and current distributions on the multiconductor transmission lines (MTL). First the continuous models are formulated in both (s,x) and (s,q) domain via one- and two-dimensional Laplace transforms (1D LT and 2D LT), respectively. Its respective numerical inversion (1D NILT or 2D NILT) leads to the (t,x)-domain solution. Second two discrete models are presented. In part the model based on a discretization of spatial coordinate only, a semi-discrete model, represented by a connection of generalized PI networks in cascade is shown. In part a fully discrete model formulated and solved by using the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method is discussed. The examples of MTLs simulation are presented as well.",