An explicit and unconditionally stable finite difference scheme for the fast transient analysis of a power distribution network

Abstract

Generally, an explicit difference scheme has the numerical stability condition which constrains the time step size, and this condition depends on the lowest reactance component. If the time step size that does not fulfill the numerical stability condition is used, unstable modes arise, and we fail the transient analysis. In this paper, we propose an… (More)

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@article{Nishizaki2012AnEA, title={An explicit and unconditionally stable finite difference scheme for the fast transient analysis of a power distribution network}, author={N. Nishizaki and Tadatoshi Sekine and Hideki Asai}, journal={2012 IEEE Electrical Design of Advanced Packaging and Systems Symposium (EDAPS)}, year={2012}, pages={25-28} }