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Adaptive Power System for Managing Large Dynamic Loads
The Navy's future and close to-term high-energy sensors and energy weapons will consume a massive portion of the resources of the intended ship platform. Several of those new systems can have extreme dynamic power profiles, together with both periodic and aperiodic characteristics. These dynamics can cause sudden changes in power at the prime power system that can be stressing to platform systems, both to the generators and prime movers furthermore alternative hundreds sharing the common distribution bus. This paper presents the employment of a replacement adaptive power system (APS) to mitigate the negative impacts levied on the platforms resulting from large dynamic masses. A notional size of the hardware required to implement the APS design is presented together with simulation results verifying the concept.
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