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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Modal Decomposition Of Transmission Lines Starting With The Use Of Two Transformation Matrices [decomposição Modal De Linhas De Transmissão A Partir Do Uso De Duas Matrizes De Transformação]
Author: Kurokawa S.
Do Prado A.J.
Daltin R.S.
Bovolato L.F.
Pissolatot J.
Abstract: This paper shows an alternative modal decomposition procedure of non ideally transposed three-phase transmission lines with a vertical symmetry. The procedure is based in the use of two modal transformation matrices. First, Clarke's matrix is used to separate the line in its α, β and zero components. Because α and zero components are mutually coupled they can be represented as being a two-phase line without a vertical symmetry plane. After that this two-phase line is separated in its exact modes by using an adequated modal transformation matrix. The paper describes the characteristics of the two-phase line used to represent the coupled α and zero components and it shows the application of the modal decomposition procedure in a 440 kV three-phase transmission line.
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: 2007
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