Methods of Interfacing Rotating Machine Models in Transient Simulation Programs

@article{Wang2010MethodsOI,
  title={Methods of Interfacing Rotating Machine Models in Transient Simulation Programs},
  author={Li-Sheng Wang and Juri Jatskevich and Venkata Dinavahi and H. W. Dommel and J. A. Franco Mart{\'i}nez and Kai Strunz and M. Rioual and G. W. Chang and Reza Iravani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery},
  year={2010},
  volume={25},
  pages={891-903}
}
The electromagnetic transient programs (EMTP-like tools) are based on the nodal (or modified nodal) equations that enable an efficient numerical solution and, subsequently, fast time-domain simulations. The state-variable-based simulation programs, such as Simulink, are also used for studying the dynamics of electrical systems. Both the offline and real-time versions of these two types of simulation tools are widely used by the researchers and engineers in industry and academia to study the… CONTINUE READING
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