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Steady State Analysis for Power System of HSR with Active Transformer
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 Title & Authors
Steady State Analysis for Power System of HSR with Active Transformer
Kim, Wook-Won; Kim, Hyung-Chul; Shin, Seung-Kwon; Kim, Jin-O;
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 Abstract
In this paper, new electric railway feeding system which has active transformer is modeled for evaluating the steady state analysis using PSCAD/EMTDC. Equivalent models including power supply, feeder, train and transformers are proposed for simplifying the model of the feeding system in high speed electric railway. In case study, simulation results applied to proposed model are compared with the conventional and new systems through the catenary voltage, three-phase voltage of PCC (Point of Common Coupling) and the efficiency of regenerative braking energy.
 Keywords
Active transformer;SCOTT Transformer;Regenerative braking energy;Equivalent model;PSCAD/EMTDC Simulation;
 Language
English
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