Modeling Considerations and Stability Analysis of Aerospace Power Systems with Hybrid AC/DC Distribution 2006-01-3038
The modeling and simulation of electrical power systems has become a primary design tool for the synthesis of aerospace power systems with hybrid AC/DC distribution. Although in the past the use of extensive time domain simulations using detailed models has been favored, the need to study stability and associated phenomena in this type of power systems-having a high penetration of power electronics loads-has transformed the modeling requirements for aerospace applications. This paper explores different modeling aspects required to study both small-signal and large-signal stability in these systems, providing insight into the development of key system component models-variable frequency generators, line-commutated converters, PWM motor drives and constant power loads, as well as the theoretical foundations based on the Generalized Nyquist Criterion and the Lyapunov Direct and Indirect Methods to fully assess the stability conditions of these power systems. Modeling and design examples using Matlab/Simulink are used for verification purposes.
Citation: Burgos, R., Rosado, S., Wang, F., Boroyevich, D. et al., "Modeling Considerations and Stability Analysis of Aerospace Power Systems with Hybrid AC/DC Distribution," SAE Technical Paper 2006-01-3038, 2006, https://doi.org/10.4271/2006-01-3038. Download Citation
Rolando Burgos, Sebastian Rosado, Fred Wang, Dushan Boroyevich, Zachary Lewis, Kamiar Karimi
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, The Boeing Company