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A State-Space Approach to Modelling DC Distribution Systems. / van der Blij, Nils H.; Ramirez-Elizondo, Laura M.; Spaan, Matthijs T.J.; Bauer, Pavol.

In: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 33, No. 1, 2018, p. 943-950.

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title = "A State-Space Approach to Modelling DC Distribution Systems",
abstract = "Many modelling methods for the analysis of dc distribution grids only consider monopolar configurations and do not allow for mutual couplings to be taken into account. The modelling method presented in this paper aims to deal with both of these issues. A state-space approach was chosen for its flexibility and computational speed. The derived approach can be applied to any dc distribution system regardless of its configuration and takes into account mutual couplings between phase conductors. Moreover, the state-space matrices can be derived in a programmatic manner. The derived model was verified empirically and by a reference model created in Simulink using PowerLib blocks. Subsequently, an illustrative system was analyzed, which showed the utility of the presented method in analyzing the dynamics of dc distribution systems. The presented method could especially be useful for the analysis, design and optimization of, for example, the stability and control systems of dc distribution systems.",
keywords = "Analytical models, Computational modeling, Conductors, Mathematical model, Mutual coupling, Transient analysis, dc distribution, distribution line, dynamic analysis, microgrid, modelling, state-space",
author = "{van der Blij}, {Nils H.} and Ramirez-Elizondo, {Laura M.} and Spaan, {Matthijs T.J.} and Pavol Bauer",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1109/TPWRS.2017.2691547",
volume = "33",
pages = "943--950",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Power Systems",
issn = "0885-8950",
publisher = "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.",
number = "1",

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T1 - A State-Space Approach to Modelling DC Distribution Systems

AU - van der Blij,Nils H.

AU - Ramirez-Elizondo,Laura M.

AU - Spaan,Matthijs T.J.

AU - Bauer,Pavol

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - Many modelling methods for the analysis of dc distribution grids only consider monopolar configurations and do not allow for mutual couplings to be taken into account. The modelling method presented in this paper aims to deal with both of these issues. A state-space approach was chosen for its flexibility and computational speed. The derived approach can be applied to any dc distribution system regardless of its configuration and takes into account mutual couplings between phase conductors. Moreover, the state-space matrices can be derived in a programmatic manner. The derived model was verified empirically and by a reference model created in Simulink using PowerLib blocks. Subsequently, an illustrative system was analyzed, which showed the utility of the presented method in analyzing the dynamics of dc distribution systems. The presented method could especially be useful for the analysis, design and optimization of, for example, the stability and control systems of dc distribution systems.

AB - Many modelling methods for the analysis of dc distribution grids only consider monopolar configurations and do not allow for mutual couplings to be taken into account. The modelling method presented in this paper aims to deal with both of these issues. A state-space approach was chosen for its flexibility and computational speed. The derived approach can be applied to any dc distribution system regardless of its configuration and takes into account mutual couplings between phase conductors. Moreover, the state-space matrices can be derived in a programmatic manner. The derived model was verified empirically and by a reference model created in Simulink using PowerLib blocks. Subsequently, an illustrative system was analyzed, which showed the utility of the presented method in analyzing the dynamics of dc distribution systems. The presented method could especially be useful for the analysis, design and optimization of, for example, the stability and control systems of dc distribution systems.

KW - Analytical models

KW - Computational modeling

KW - Conductors

KW - Mathematical model

KW - Mutual coupling

KW - Transient analysis

KW - dc distribution

KW - distribution line

KW - dynamic analysis

KW - microgrid

KW - modelling

KW - state-space

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DO - 10.1109/TPWRS.2017.2691547

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VL - 33

SP - 943

EP - 950

JO - IEEE Transactions on Power Systems

T2 - IEEE Transactions on Power Systems

JF - IEEE Transactions on Power Systems

SN - 0885-8950

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ER -

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