Stability Analysis of Aircraft Power Systems Based on a Unified Large Signal Model
AbstractComplex power electronic conversion devices, most of which have high transmission performance, are important power conversion units in modern aircraft power systems. However, these devices can also affect the stability of the aircraft power system more and more prominent due to their dynamic and nonlinear characteristics. To analyze the stability of aircraft power systems in a simple, accurate and comprehensive way, this paper develops a unified large signal model of aircraft power systems. In this paper, first the Lyapunov linearization method and the mixed potential theory are employed to analyze small signal and large signal stability, respectively, and then a unified stability criterion is proposed to estimate small and large signal stability problems. Simulation results show that the unified large signal model of aircraft power systems presented in this paper can be used to analyze the stability problem of aircraft power systems in an accurate and comprehensive way. Furthermore, with simplicity, universality and structural uniformity, the unified large signal model lays a good foundation for the optimal design of aircraft power systems. View Full-Text
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Che, Y.; Xu, J.; Shi, K.; Liu, H.; Chen, W.; Yu, D. Stability Analysis of Aircraft Power Systems Based on a Unified Large Signal Model. Energies 2017, 10, 1739.
Che Y, Xu J, Shi K, Liu H, Chen W, Yu D. Stability Analysis of Aircraft Power Systems Based on a Unified Large Signal Model. Energies. 2017; 10(11):1739.Chicago/Turabian Style
Che, Yanbo; Xu, Jianmei; Shi, Kun; Liu, Huanan; Chen, Weihua; Yu, Dongmin. 2017. "Stability Analysis of Aircraft Power Systems Based on a Unified Large Signal Model." Energies 10, no. 11: 1739.
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