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Volume 155, 2018VIII International Scientific and Practical Conference “Information and Measuring Equipment and Technologies“ (IME&T 2017)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||28 February 2018|
New Modeling of Steady-State Modes of Complex Electrical Grids of Power Systems
Directorate of Information Systems of "Kaztelecom" JSC, Almaty, Kazakhstan
2 Department of "Electrical Power Supply" KATU n.a. S. Seifulullin, Astana, Kazakhstan
a Corresponding author: Axmetbaev46@mail.ru
Classical methods for modeling the steady-state modes of complex electrical networks and systems are based on the application of nonlinear node equations. Nonlinear equations are solved by iterative methods, which are connected by known difficulties. To a certain extent, these difficulties can be weakened by applying topological methods. In this paper, we outline the theoretical foundations for the formation of the inverse form of nodal stress equations based on the topology of electrical networks and systems. A new topological method for calculating the distribution coefficients of node currents is proposed based on all possible trees of a directed graph of a complex electrical network. A complex program for calculating current distribution coefficients and forming steady-state parameters in the MATLAB environment has been developed.
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