Mathematical Model of Flexible Alternating Current Link Based on Phase-Shifting Transformer with Circular Rotation of the Phase Angle
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BOŞNEAGA, Valeriu; SUSLOV, Victor; POSTOLATY, Vitaly M.. Mathematical Model of Flexible Alternating Current Link Based on Phase-Shifting Transformer with Circular Rotation of the Phase Angle. In: Sielmen, october 2015. Ediția 10-a, 6-9 octombrie 2015, Craiova. Craiova, România: Editura ALMA, 2015, pp. 171-176. ISBN 978-606-567-284-0.
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Sielmen, october 2015
Ediția 10-a, 2015
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Craiova, Romania, 6-9 octombrie 2015

Mathematical Model of Flexible Alternating Current Link Based on Phase-Shifting Transformer with Circular Rotation of the Phase Angle


CZU: 621.316.925
Pag. 171-176

Boşneaga Valeriu, Suslov Victor, Postolaty Vitaly M.
 
Institute of Power Engineering of ASM
 
Disponibil în IBN: 6 august 2018


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Mathematical model for description of flexible alternative current link for connecting power systems with the same rate of frequency is described. The model allows estimating the oscillations of transmitted instantaneous and active powers at different steps of angle adjusting and for other parameters of considered flexible coupling between power systems. Obtained results allow estimating the upper limit of the switching time, which is necessary to ensure by means of semiconductor switching devices the implementation of the adopted algorithm of angle control. The investigation results could be used as the initial step for the development of phase-shifting transformer (PST) with circular phase angle regulation and control systems, ensuring joint operation of power systems with the same nominal frequency of the alternating current.

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flexible alternative current link, phase-shifting transformer