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2022 ◽  
Vol 205 ◽  
pp. 107768
Hongyu Zhou ◽  
Wei Yao ◽  
Xiaomeng Ai ◽  
Dahu Li ◽  
Jinyu Wen ◽  

2022 ◽  
Dr Jeevanantham S ◽  
Prof L Franklin Arokiya Raj ◽  
Prof Nishanth S

“Design Parameters for Transmission Systems” for the field of Mechanical, Production, Automobile & Mechatronics Engineering. The main purpose of this book is to discover the Design Parameters, thoughts involved in Transmission system which gather the requirements of revised Anna university syllabus in an easy way of understanding. This book is supportive to the Engineering students both under graduate and post graduate.

Energies ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 290
Minhan Yoon ◽  
Wonkeun Yu ◽  
Junghyun Oh ◽  
Heungjae Lee

In this paper, a power system restoration study following a massive or complete blackout was performed. The power system restoration process from a complete shutdown system without the operating generation and load starts with energizing primary restorative transmission systems. During this primary restoration process, unexpected over-voltage may occur due to nonlinear interaction between the unloaded transformer and the transmission system. This is known as the harmonic resonance phenomenon that may cause the burning out of a transformer or other devices. So far, harmonic resonances have been reported in some extra-high voltage systems around the world. Since the harmonic resonance originates from the nonlinear characteristics of the power system components, it is very difficult to predict the occurrence of this phenomenon. This paper reports the analyses of the harmonic resonance that can occur in the Korean power system. In addition, through calculating the required buffer load compared to the length of the line, a solution that changes the length of the restoration path impedance considering the specificity of the Korean system was presented. The various analyses of harmonic overvoltage, including methodologies that are used internationally as comparison groups, are provided based on PSCAD/EMTDC simulations.

2022 ◽  
pp. 659-672
Muhammad Asif Hanif ◽  
Farwa Nadeem ◽  
Rida Tariq ◽  
Umer Rashid

Volodymyr Kotukh ◽  
Natalia Kaptsova ◽  
Dmitry Donskoy ◽  
Kateryna Paleyeva

Modern gas transmission systems are power facilities based on a main pipeline, which is a continuous pipe, along which devices are placed that provide gas pumping at predetermined parameters. Unlike other linear structures, such as roads, railways, the main pipeline throughout the entire period of operation is in a complex stress state under the influence of the internal pressure of the pumped product and functions as a pressure vessel. The operational reliability, durability and environmental safety of gas transmission systems are ensured by various control devices and pipe fittings. The article discusses issues related to predicting the operation of pipe fittings during the operation of the gas transmission system, while ensuring the required reliability, durability and environmental safety. An analysis of the phenomena of technical heredity is given, with the help of which it is possible to determine the causes of deviations in the output parameters of pipe fittings in the process of their manufacture or repair. It has been proved that the main feature of technological heredity is the transfer of a certain technological property from the previous technological operation to subsequent ones, characterized by the transfer coefficient of technological heredity. An indispensable condition for the monotonicity of changes in the transmission coefficient of technological heredity in order to ensure the required quality of manufacture or repair of pipe fittings is revealed. The economic principle of predicting the quality of manufacturing or repair of products is proposed for use, a relationship is found between the initial and output technological properties of pipe fittings, a route is chosen to achieve the required quality of its manufacture or repair, including procurement and finishing technological operations.

Ruslan Raupov ◽  
Vadim Afanas'ev

The paper investigates the features of modeling confidential information transmission systems based on the effects of dynamic chaos in multi-scroll systems. Recommendations for the choice of parameters of a multi-scroll system used in information transmission based on pseudo-random signals of a discrete-nonlinear system according to the Jerk circuit are obtained.

2021 ◽  
Z. X. Huang ◽  
P. L. So ◽  
A. M. Y. M. Ghias ◽  
L. H. Koh

Electronics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (23) ◽  
pp. 3044
Xia Zhou ◽  
Cangbi Ding ◽  
Jianfeng Dai ◽  
Zhaowei Li ◽  
Yang Hu ◽  

Subsequent commutation failures (CFs) in HVDC systems will cause large-scale power flow transfer in AC/DC transmission systems and lead to overload risk in HVAC systems. In order to cope with these effects, a power coordination control strategy for the AC/DC transmission system with high-proportion wind power is proposed. Firstly, a model of the AC/DC transmission system considering the large-scale wind farms access is established by analyzing the power transmission characteristics of the AC/DC transmission system with high-proportion wind power, and the power transmission characteristics are analyzed after subsequent CFs. Secondly, the HVDC subsequent CFs can be mitigated by adjusting DC power transmission, while the active power output of the sending-end AC system is reduced by active control of wind turbine generators (WTGs) to reduce the overload risk of the HVAC system. Finally, the proposed power coordination control strategy is simulated and verified based on the established simulation model and actual power grid, and the results show that this strategy can effectively mitigate HVDC’s subsequent CFs and reduce the overload risk in HVAC systems.

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