"A new short circuit program has been developed for a large system. Several features have been provided to simplify handling of the system data. Various study cases are performed, efficiently, within the available computer memory. A master data bank is established from bus, feeder and transformer data. They can be modified internally to simulate various system configurations. Matrix formation is accomplished using a new sorting method and the IBM/360 Matrix Language MATLAN. A generalized set of ii ·equations have been developed and applied to calculate four types of faults.
The program consists of two phases of operations. In phase-1, input data are handled and stored on a magnetic tape using FORTRAN language. In phase-2, stored data are used to form the positive and zero sequence matrices using MATLAN and to perform the fault calculations using a FORTRAN subprogram "--Abstract, page ii.
Morgan, J. Derald
Smith, R. T. (Richard Thomas), 1925-
Kerr, Richard H., 1907-1980
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 39 pages
© 1973 Saeed Abdel-Halim Khalifa, All rights reserved.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
Electric power system stability -- Computer simulation
Electric power systems -- Reliability -- Mathematical models
Fault location (Engineering) -- Data processing
Electric power distribution
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Khalifa, Saeed Abdel-Halim, "Digital fault calculations of large systems using matrix language and generalized equations" (1973). Masters Theses. 3530.
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