WAYS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF COMPUTER SIMULATION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS MODES BASED ON EQUATIONS IN PHASE COORDINATES
Keywords:stationary modes, electric networks, mathematical models, phase coordinates, transients
AbstractThe development of electrical systems must be accompanied by the development of tools and their modeling. However, the possibility of development models, traditionally developed on the basis of the transition from the real to the single-phase three-phase circuits equivalents, represented exhausted. Therefore, along with the use of single-phase three-phase equivalents need to develop models in phase coordinates. Showing the need to move to the development of models based on equations in the phase coordinates and the possibility of increasing the effectiveness of development through the use of implicit methods of integration, the transition to a higher level of decomposition and unification models developed for the implementation of the structural approach to modeling complex systems.
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