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Compacting and partitioning-based simulation solution for frequency-dependent network equivalents in real-time digital simulator
Rational models of frequency-dependent network equivalents (FDNEs) are utilized in real-time digital simulator (RTDS) for power-system simulation. However, this can result in a computational burden issue; the application of FDNEs might end in a loss of real-time simulation options as a result of the computational value of the FDNE component exceeds the limits of RTDS. The authors describe a resolution that combines compacting and partitioning of the FDNEs, whereby the former reduces the redundancy within the mathematical model and therefore the latter permits us to exploit parallel pc architectures. Then they describe the results of numerical simulations that demonstrate the effectiveness of the approach. Moreover, the proposed simulation solution is not limited to the applications of FDNEs in RTDS, it solves a collection of subsistent computational problems when apply rational models in real-time electromagnetic transients programs tools.
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