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Symmetrical Component Decomposition of 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. 3, 2018, p. 2733-2741.

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@article{eb80a8dcf22847389ef6af22a3b7827e,
title = "Symmetrical Component Decomposition of DC Distribution Systems",
abstract = "Employing bipolar dc distribution systems introduces the possibility of imbalance in the system. To analyze these systems it is crucial to create novel modelling techniques. This paper presents a method to decompose dc distribution systems into symmetrical components. The presented method simplifies the analysis of balanced, unbalanced, and fault conditions of bipolar dc distribution systems. Equivalent circuits for several network components in the symmetrical domain are derived and are shown to be independent under symmetrical conditions. Furthermore, a dynamic analysis is performed in the symmetrical domain showing that the method simplifies the analysis of dc distribution systems. Additionally, the symmetrical domain equivalent circuits of several fault conditions are derived.",
keywords = "Capacitance, Circuit faults, Conductors, Equivalent circuits, Integrated circuit modeling, Symmetric matrices, Transmission line matrix methods, bipolar grid, dc distribution grid, dynamic analysis, fault analysis, modelling, symmetrical components",
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.2017.2749141",
volume = "33",
pages = "2733--2741",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Power Systems",
issn = "0885-8950",
publisher = "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.",
number = "3",

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T1 - Symmetrical Component Decomposition of 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 - Employing bipolar dc distribution systems introduces the possibility of imbalance in the system. To analyze these systems it is crucial to create novel modelling techniques. This paper presents a method to decompose dc distribution systems into symmetrical components. The presented method simplifies the analysis of balanced, unbalanced, and fault conditions of bipolar dc distribution systems. Equivalent circuits for several network components in the symmetrical domain are derived and are shown to be independent under symmetrical conditions. Furthermore, a dynamic analysis is performed in the symmetrical domain showing that the method simplifies the analysis of dc distribution systems. Additionally, the symmetrical domain equivalent circuits of several fault conditions are derived.

AB - Employing bipolar dc distribution systems introduces the possibility of imbalance in the system. To analyze these systems it is crucial to create novel modelling techniques. This paper presents a method to decompose dc distribution systems into symmetrical components. The presented method simplifies the analysis of balanced, unbalanced, and fault conditions of bipolar dc distribution systems. Equivalent circuits for several network components in the symmetrical domain are derived and are shown to be independent under symmetrical conditions. Furthermore, a dynamic analysis is performed in the symmetrical domain showing that the method simplifies the analysis of dc distribution systems. Additionally, the symmetrical domain equivalent circuits of several fault conditions are derived.

KW - Capacitance

KW - Circuit faults

KW - Conductors

KW - Equivalent circuits

KW - Integrated circuit modeling

KW - Symmetric matrices

KW - Transmission line matrix methods

KW - bipolar grid

KW - dc distribution grid

KW - dynamic analysis

KW - fault analysis

KW - modelling

KW - symmetrical components

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DO - 10.1109/TPWRS.2017.2749141

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VL - 33

SP - 2733

EP - 2741

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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