Toward a power system emulation using analog microelectronics solid state circuits
An analog electronics emulation solution is investigated in order to assess the state of a power system facing dynamic phenomena such as the transient stability. Two approaches are studied: DC emulation and AC emulation. Both are intended to be integrated on VLSI submicron CMOS silicon technologies. This implementation has the advantages of presenting low cost, fast simulation time that is independent of the network size and the number of the generators connected to it, low power consumption and small size. ©2007 IEEE.
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IEEE Electronics Lab. and Power Systems Lab., Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland, Export Date: 19 January 2010, Source: Scopus, Art. No.: 4538405, References: Rafael Fried, R.C., Approaches for analog VLSI simulation of the transient stability of large power networks (1999) IEEE transactions on Circuits and Systems, 46, pp. 1249-1263; Olaleye, M.B., Analog Behavioral Models and Design of Analog Emulation Engines for Power System Computation (2005) Power systems computation conférence, PSCC'05, , Liège Belgium, August; Yakaski, J., Analog Emulation Using Reconfigurable Classical Generator Model for Load Flow Analysis (2005) Power systems computation conférence, PSCC'05, , Liège Belgium, August; St. Leger, A., Reconfigurable Transmission Line Model for Analog Power Flow Computation (2005) Power systems computation conférence, PSCC'05, , Liège Belgium, August; Johnson, J., Performance Analysis of Load Flow Computation Using FPGA (2005) Power systems computation conférence, PSCC'05, , Liège Belgium, August; Doi, H., Advanced Power System Analogue Simulator (1990) IEEE trans. On Power Systems, 5 (3), pp. 962-968. , Aug
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