Phase Coordinates Method: Equivalent Load Model

The equivalent load in phase coordinates is given by a constant active and reactive power. Based on the magnitude of the load power and voltage, a direct transfer matrix is calculated.

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Phase Coordinates Method: Lateral Load Model

As a transverse load, connection of compensating devices such as shunt reactors can be considered. They are designed to compensate for reactive power in the network and to regulate voltage. This improves the quality of the transmitted electrical energy.

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Phase Coordinates Method: Short Curcuit Model

In the phase coordinate method for modeling damage in the power line, the corresponding damage model is used with its transmission matrix. The damage model is composed of a set of active resistances.

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Phase Coordinates Method: Power Line Model

In almost any simulated circuit there is a power line. The phase coordinate method allows you to simulate the power line, including with distributed parameters, taking into account the longitudinal active and capacitive conductivity.

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Phase Coordinates Method: Equivalent Power System Model

The part of the network diagram, about which only general parameters are known, is modeled using an equivalent power system. In the phase coordinate method, the equivalent power system is modeled by the resistances in the direct and zero sequence and by the voltage source.

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