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Coal Mine Electrical System Evaluation - 7 Volume Set. Volume 4 - Computer Modeling.
Morley-LA; Trutt-FC; Rivell-RA
NTIS: PB 283 493 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :171 pages
Research performed on computer modeling of mine power systems was divided into three main areas: (1) modification of a previously developed model to include interactive operation and the use of default load data, (2) development of a dynamic simulation of interdependent mine power system induction motors, and (3) development of an approach to modeling of motor shaft loading of induction machines for mining operations. Significant results were achieved in all areas. Construction of an interactive mine power system simulation model was completed and checked. This simulation was written in a programing language code and is fully interactive. In addition, default data representing 158 different pieces of mining equipment was developed for use with the interactive model. Additional work described includes the construction of a dynamic simulation of interdependent continuous miner induction motor and the development of an approach for motor shaft load torque computation from experimental data.
CP; Final Contract Report;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 283 493 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Pennsylvania State Univ.
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