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Interactive Mine-power-system Analysis--apl Fault Program.
Trutt-FC; Morley-LA; Rivell-RA
NTIS: PB/81-130858 :109 pages
A guide to the development and utilization of an interactive mine- power-system fault program is presented. Theoretical foundations and implementation considerations are discussed with respect to the mine-power system. Alternative kron reduction techniques are presented along with a triangular-storage method for storage conservation. Program capabilities include the analysis of balanced and unbalanced fault situations using symmetrical component theory. To account for phase shifting in delta-wye transformers and zero- sequence network constructions, transformer and load configurations are specified. The positive- and zero-sequence connections needed for network conformity are automatically constructed with the required impedances.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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Pennsylvania State Univ.
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