Effects of electrical power off-take on finite inertia mechanical systems

@article{Todd2011EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of electrical power off-take on finite inertia mechanical systems},
  author={Rebecca Todd and Frank J. Bryan and A. J. Forsyth and Chengwei Gan and Jeremy A. Bossard},
  journal={2011 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition},
  year={2011},
  pages={1476-1482}
}
The impact of the onboard electrical power system on the operation of the mechanical prime mover, for example an aircraft gas-engine, is examined through experimental testing on a 100kW aircraft power system facility. Hardware-in-the-loop techniques are used to control two motor drives such that they emulate the dynamic characteristics of the shafts in an aircraft engine. Electrical generators are driven by the shafts and loaded with representative, highly dynamic, power system load profiles… CONTINUE READING

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