Steady-State and Dynamic Performance of a 20-KHZ/400-HZ Power Distribution System for More and All-Electric Aircraft Applications 941195
The steady-state and dynamic performance of a candidate aircraft power distribution system is considered. The system features distribution of both single phase 20-kHz and three-phase 400-Hz power. It is shown that unlike some other recent 20-kHz systems, the power quality of the 20-kHz bus is not a concern due to the use of a synchronous bi-directional rectifier (SBR) as the primary interface to the 20-kHz bus. In addition to showing that the system behaves adequately in the steady-state, the dynamic performance of the system is considered during step changes in load, bolted faults, and sudden variations in jet engine speed.
Citation: Sudhoff, S., Krause, P., Wasynczuk, O., Kenny, B. et al., "Steady-State and Dynamic Performance of a 20-KHZ/400-HZ Power Distribution System for More and All-Electric Aircraft Applications," SAE Technical Paper 941195, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/941195. Download Citation
Scott D. Sudhoff, Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Barbara H. Kenny, Irving H. Hansen
P. C. Krause and Assoc., NASA Lewis Research Center
Aerospace Atlantic Conference & Exposition
SAE 1994 Transactions: Journal of Aerospace-V103-1