DIGITAL COMPUTER SIMULATION METHOD FOR COMPLEX CONVERTER SYSTEMS.

C. Neumeyer, G. Karady, G. Bronner, J. Murray

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This paper presents a new calculation approach along with typical results obtained from a computer program which implemented the method to simulate a 24 pulse rectifier/inverter system. The described program was found to have advantages over other methods in terms of the scope of the problem which may be simulated as well as the computational efficiency. The flexibility inherent in the computer model format permits the representation of basic variations of the ac and dc circuit configurations so that design alternatives may be studied without major code modification. The results of the presented work may be applied to the analysis of the typical conversion systems encountered in dc transmission, dc industrial processes, thermonuclear research, and other ac/dc conversion systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalProceedings of the Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventIEEE Power Eng Soc, Winter Meet, Prepr - New York, NY, USA
Duration: Feb 3 1980Feb 8 1980

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Digital computers
Computational efficiency
Computer program listings
Computer systems
Networks (circuits)
Computer simulation

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DIGITAL COMPUTER SIMULATION METHOD FOR COMPLEX CONVERTER SYSTEMS. / Neumeyer, C.; Karady, G.; Bronner, G.; Murray, J.

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