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000198517 245__ $$aResults of computer simulation of subsynchronous resonance of synchronous generators
000198517 269__ $$a1988
000198517 260__ $$bKluwer Academic publishers$$c1988
000198517 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000198517 520__ $$aShaft systems of large turbine-generators can be subjected to high torsional stresses due to subsynchronous resonance especially in networks with capacitor- compensated lines. A second benchmark model for computer simulation of this phenomena has been proposed recently [1]. This one, more realistic in actual operation of a power system, permits to compare different analytic methods and simulations realized on this subject. It provides specifically two system configurations as benchmark models:
000198517 6531_ $$asubsynchronous resonance  synchronous generators
000198517 700__ $$aChatelain, Jean
000198517 700__ $$0240495$$aKawkabani, Basile$$g105539
000198517 773__ $$q369-387$$tVibrations and Audible Noise in Alternating Current Machines
000198517 8560_ $$falain.borel@epfl.ch
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