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For the efficiency and simplicity of electric systems, the dc based power electronics systems are widely used in variety applications such as electric vehicles, ships, aircrafts and also in homes. In these systems, there could be a number of dynamic interactions between loads and other dcdc converters. Hence, in order to analyze these problems, simulations are required to consider such a complex system, which typically are time consuming. However, simulations in the time domain may increase the calculation time and computer memory. Even though several simplified approaches may be developed based on the statespace averaging and generalized averaging, these also have limitations to show the same results as with the nonlinear time domain simulations. This paper presents a modeling and simulation method for a large dc power electronic system by using Harmonic State Space (HSS) modeling. Through this method, the required computation time and CPU memory for large dc power electronics systems can be reduced. Besides, the achieved results show the same results as with the nonlinear time domain simulation, but with the faster simulation time which is beneficial in a large network.
Originalsprog  Engelsk 

Titel  Proceedings of the 16th Annual IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electronics, COMPEL 2015 
Antal sider  8 
Forlag  IEEE Press 
Publikationsdato  jul. 2015 
ISBN (Trykt)  9781467368476 
DOI  
Status  Udgivet  jul. 2015 
Begivenhed  16th IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electronics  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Varighed: 12 jul. 2015 → 15 jul. 2015 
Konference
Konference  16th IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electronics 

Lokation  University of British Columbia 
Land  Canada 
By  Vancouver 
Periode  12/07/2015 → 15/07/2015 
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