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|Title:||SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE MODELLING BY STANDSTILL FREQUENCY RESPONSE TESTS.|
|Authors:||Sriharan, S. |
Koh Wee Hiong
|Source:||Sriharan, S.,Koh Wee Hiong (1986). SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE MODELLING BY STANDSTILL FREQUENCY RESPONSE TESTS. : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The synchronous machine is modelled in terms of operational impedances derived from standstill frequency response measurements. A curve-fitting procedure in the complex plane yields all the parameters including the armature resistance without having to pre-process the data or make other measurements. The validity of the model is demonstrated for a micro-alternator by comparing the sudden short-circuit current predicted by the model with that obtained experimentally. Frequency response data obtained at different current levels are used to show that a useful model can be derived from tests at low per-unit current.|
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