"Nouvelle methode iterative de simulation globale de systemes multi-convertisseurs d'electronique de puissance."
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Titre : Nouvelle methode iterative de simulation globale de systemes multi-convertisseurs d'electronique de puissance.
Title  : "New iterative method for the global simulation of power electronic multi-converter systems."

Authors : Tou, M. (Universite du Queec a Trois-Rivieres, Trois-Rivieres, Que, Can); Rafesthain, T.; Ba-Razzouk, A.; Debebe, K.; Al-Haddad, K.; Rajagopalan, V.
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Publication_Source : Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering v 19 n 2 Apr 1994.
Pages : pp 89-96, 14 Refs.
CODEN : CJEEEL
ISSN : 0840-8688
Publication_Year : 1994
Document_Type : Journal
Treatment_Code : Application; Theoretical
Language : French

Abstract :
Power electronic converters generate harmonic currents that can disturb the network.To study the perturbations on the power
line, it is necessary to perform a functional analysis via a global simulation.However, when the plant contains several
static power converters feeding direct-current loads, global simulation becomes difficult, even impossible, because of the
limitations of the software or the microcomputer used.There are no simulation tools that allow the quantitative evaluation
of harmonic voltages and currents generated by a multistatic converter system left bracket 1 right bracket - left bracket
4 right bracket .To fulfill this goal, we propose a new iterative analysis method for such systems and a new model for
electronic power converters in terms of nonlinear current sources.This methodology has been included in a modified version
of the ATOSEC5 left bracket 5 right bracket - left bracket 7 right bracket software, renamed ATOSECM.The methodology is
illustrated with an example of the use of ATOSECM on a personal computer for the study of two single-phase power converters
connected to the same power line.A comparative analysis between global simulation (ATOSEC5) and the new method of simulation
(ATOSECM) is also presented for the case of two three-phase full-wave thyristor converters, with different firing angles and
loads.(Author abstract)

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