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Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
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Volume 14, Issue 6 - Nov 2000
Volume 14, Issue 5 - Sep 2000
Volume 14, Issue 4 - Jul 2000
Volume 14, Issue 3 - May 2000
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Mar 2000
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Jan 2000
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Development of Electronic Limit Switch for the Drive Unit of Incore Detector System Application
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 1~7
In this paper, we study a cause of malfunction of switch to control drive motor in DFMS(Digital Flux Mapping System) which can measure incore neutron flux of the nuclear plant, and develope a method to solve this problem. DFMS has the type of generating contact signal by mechanical switch lever, which is operated whenever thimble detector inserted or withdrawed through thimble Guide Tube. However the characteristics of the lever tend to be changed by mechanical degrade or bad environment and the lever finally generates errotic contact signal. Therefore we installed electric coil ass'yin the outside of Guide Tube instead of mechanical switch assy's. In addition we applied resonance effect to control circuit and installed condenser in the input of power supply to protect noise and interference. After completion of this improvement, we tested this improved device repetitively under the various conditions. In conclusion, we identified the generation of the desired contact signal and the prevention of detector failure through plant surveillance test during normal plant operation.
A study on the haromnic attenuation of the BF Converter
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 8~15
In this paper, we realize the active PFC(Power Factor Correction) system of BF(Boost Forward) converter with PWM-PFM(Pulse Width Modulation-Pulse Frequency Modulation) control technique to control DC output voltage, to remove the noise like harmonics at output voltage, and to control the input current with sinusoidal wave synchronized by the source voltage.To achieve the desired load voltage and improved PFC, we first implement current shaping control at the inverting stage and make the converted output DC voltage with forward converter. After making the ratio of output voltage to current as 50V/1A and the duty ratio greater than 0.5. When input voltage is 30V and boost inductance is 1.1mH. we control the voltage changing rate according to the variation of load resistance using a PWM-PFM control technique. And finally we prove experimentally, we attenuated its harmonics and improved PF up to 0.96 using the current shaping technique.
The Photovoltaic generation control system using partial resonant method
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 16~22
This paper describes Transformer-less type utility interactive system that is combined with buck/boost chopper applying partial resonant method, which remove Transformer, and high efficient PWM inverter. Therefore, it is possible to make it lightweight, to cut down the cost, and to improve its reliability. What the merits of this system are that we can transmit arbitrary power arbitrary power to load and utility regardless of generating voltage magnitude of solar cell and we can always obtain high factor controlling by equal phase signal with utility.
Analysis on Momentary Voltage Dips with the Interconnection Operation of Utility-interactive Cogneration Systems Considering Their Generator Type
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 23~30
Cogeneration systems are seen as a significant innovation for dispersed energy generation since they are both environmentally friendly and has comparatively high degrees of efficiency. It is especially suited for the decentralized provision of electricity and heat. However, it causes operational problems such as voltage regulation, voltage variation, protection and safety. Especially, it is expected that the interconnection/disconnection operation of cogeneration system has an effect on distribution voltage regulation and variation. Recently, with the increased use of customer-owned computers and other sensitive electronic equipment, electric power quality has become an important concerns. Therefore, the voltage quality problems with cogeneration system should be investigated because the voltage quality is an important part of electrical power quality. In this paper, the momentary voltage dips associated with the interconnection/disconnection operation of cogeneration system are analyzed, including restraint solutions at the customer level. In addition, the unit capacity of cogeneration systems per feeder are evaluated from the view point of momentary voltage variations. The results of this paper are useful analysis data for interconnection standards/guidelines of cogeneration systems and dispersed generation (DG)
A constant power and optimal power factor drive of doubly fed induction generator
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 31~38
Wide operating range and speed control is needed for wind power generating and a Doubly Fed Induction Generator(DFIG) has good adaptivity for that purpose. This paper deals with the speed, power, and power factor control using the Grid connected DFIG in the super-synchronous speed regions, by controlling frequency and voltage fed to the rotor. Power flow of the DFIG and steady-state algebraic equations of the equivalent circuit are analyzed. The wind turbine speed and constant stator power were controlled by the rotor exciting frequency. For a normal operating region, in which the generator ratings were not exceeded, rotor exciting frequency. For a normal operating region, in which the generator ratings were not exceeded, the rotor current was either less than or equal to the rated value. Accordingly, the optimal power factor can be selected relative to the permissible rated current at the rotor coil which controls the magnitude of the injected rotor voltage to the rotor according to a given rotor frequency. Consequently, it is possible to determine the optimal drive of a DFIG for wind power generation application.
Sinusoidal Tracking Control of Voltage Source PWM Converter by Input Current Estimation
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 39~47
This paper presents the sinusoidal tracking controller in error to eliminate the steady state control error and to improve the transient characteristics for input current in voltage source PWM converter with input current estimation. The estimation method of input current values and configuration of controller are described. DC output voltage is controlled by PI controller, and sinusoidal tracking current controller which tracks directly AC input current is used as input current controller. The sinusoidal tracking current controller can be used without any coordinate transformation algorithms.It is proved that the steady state deviation of input current reduces to zero and the proposed control system is not affected by input voltage from transfer functions of input current control system. The validity of proposed scheme is verified by simulations and experimental results for load resister and input voltage variation.
A Study on the Telemetry and Remote Monitoring & Control of Lighting Using LonWorks System
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 48~56
This paper proposes the new concept & design method and implementation of LonWorks network system for telemetry & remote monitoring and control in BAS. In order to apply this open system, the essential components of Lonworks is analyzed and a new concepts of its design method is proposed. In our experiment, Lonworks network system for telemetry & remote monitoring and control of lighting are designed and fabricated. As a result, it is verified that LonWorks is open, interoperable, reliable network system from the experimental results, especially, node development, network configuration & design, secure communication and MMI.
Analysis of Thrust Characteristics of Multi-winding LDM
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 57~64
In this paper, to achieve the constant thrust force of the double side moving-magnet type LDM, the new armature winding of the LDM was proposed so as to restrain the saturation of the center yoke without increasing the mass of LDM. According to analyzing the magnetic flux distribution throughout the air-gap of the LDM, the magnet and winding width (1:0.84) was determined. The 2D finite element analysis was performed for force analysis on air-gap.
A Characteristics Analysis of Push Pull type High Frequency DC-DC Converter using Resonant Element with ZVS Capacitor
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 65~72
This paper proposes a Push type High Frequency DC-DC Converter using Zero Voltage Switching to reduce turn on and off loss at the switching instants. This paper has a advantage which is able to operating safely in load short, because DC reactor is connected with resonance reactor in order to supply a fixed safely in load short, because DC reactor is connected with resonance reactor in order to supply a fixed current with low ripple from DC power supply. The capacitor
connected in switch are a common using as resonance capacitor and ZVS capacitor. The analysis of the proposed high frequency resonance DC-DC converter is generally described by using normallized parameter, and we has evaluated characteristic values which is needed to design a circuit. We conform a rightfulness of theoritical analysis by comparing a theoretical values and experimental values obtained from experiment using MOSFET as switching devices.
A Magnetization Design of the Magnetic Roller using Magnetic Field Analysis
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 73~76
The magnetization direction of bond magnet is decided by the flux distribution of injection mold during the manufacturing process. The injection mold for the magnetic roller of the laser printer is designed and analysed to fit the design specification. The experiment showed that the flux distribution of a magnet roller agreed with the analysis and the given specifications.
A Stud on the Self Healing Characteristics of MPPF by Voids
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 77~82
This paper describes the self healing characteristics of a metalized polypropylene film(MPPF) by voids under a.c condition. PDIVs were increased with the number of pre-self healing due to void defects, and several pre-self healing events took place at lower voltage than the critical breakdown voltage of a PPF. Self healing mainly occurred at pin tips, wrinkle sides, and cross points of wrinkles, and the main self healing voltage was increased with PPF thickness. The burn out area at self healing was increased with the applied voltage, and the peak currents in a grounding conductor at self healing was also increased with the applied voltage.
An Effect of Maximizing Efficiency Control of Induction Motor for Electric Vehicle Drive Systems(I)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 83~88
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate practical advantage in using maximizing efficiency control strategy in induction motor drives for electric vehicles. A maximizing efficiency control strategy consist of a flux estimation with direct field oriented controller is proposed and compared with the general constant flux control strategy. The comparison is carried out by simulation. The results are included to show the effectiveness of the proposed strategy in the electric vehicle applications.