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AUTOMATED DC SUBSTATION SHORT-CURRENT EVALUATION.

Originální název

AUTOMATED DC SUBSTATION SHORT-CURRENT EVALUATION.

Anglický název

AUTOMATED DC SUBSTATION SHORT-CURRENT EVALUATION.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Technical praxis has no easy-to-use standardized method for a DC short-current evaluation. For a correct rating of rectifying blocks (diodes) and input and output current-carrying cables is need to know short-current parameters. The current flow in the substation is derived by commutation of rectifying blocks, which define current of transformers and DC part. For evaluating exists a semi empiric formula, that has a delimited relevance to small power range up to 50 kWatts of output power. New way of evaluation of short current is based on simulation of simplified substation model using the capabilities of DYNAST simulation program, or other dynamic equation solver based on numerical method, like Matlab.

Anglický abstrakt

Technical praxis has no easy-to-use standardized method for a DC short-current evaluation. For a correct rating of rectifying blocks (diodes) and input and output current-carrying cables is need to know short-current parameters. The current flow in the substation is derived by commutation of rectifying blocks, which define current of transformers and DC part. For evaluating exists a semi empiric formula, that has a delimited relevance to small power range up to 50 kWatts of output power. New way of evaluation of short current is based on simulation of simplified substation model using the capabilities of DYNAST simulation program, or other dynamic equation solver based on numerical method, like Matlab.

BibTex


@article{BUT42331,
  author="Petr {Dohnal} and Ferdinand {Urban} and Jiří {Valenta}",
  title="AUTOMATED DC SUBSTATION SHORT-CURRENT EVALUATION.",
  annote="Technical praxis has no easy-to-use standardized method for a DC short-current evaluation. For a correct rating of rectifying blocks (diodes) and input and output current-carrying cables is need to know short-current parameters. The current flow in the substation is derived by commutation of rectifying blocks, which define current of transformers and DC part. For evaluating exists a semi empiric formula, that has a delimited relevance to small power range up to 50 kWatts of output power. New way of evaluation of short current is based on simulation of simplified substation model using the capabilities of DYNAST simulation program, or other dynamic equation solver based on numerical method, like Matlab.",
  chapter="42331",
  journal="Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering",
  number="2",
  volume="2004",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="278",
  type="journal article - other"
}