A contribution to the theory of transient conductor simulations
Abstract
A frequency dependent model for connection cables is presented, which can be used for several network types. It is based on an analytic resolution of the current penetration problems in parallel nonpermeable conductors of cylindrical cutting, or high constant permeability conductors. Another model is developed for alternating current air line, which can calculate the frequency response of the impedance and admittance matrices and can be used for the transient programs. An analytic description of the cable impedance and the utilization of some expressions such as the Dubanton formula give the poles of the dipole matrix. No discretization fault occurs.
 Publication:

Ph.D. Thesis
 Pub Date:
 December 1988
 Bibcode:
 1988PhDT........48H
 Keywords:

 Electrical Impedance;
 Permeability;
 Transient Oscillations;
 Transmission Lines;
 Alternating Current;
 Aluminum;
 Electric Dipoles;
 Frequencies;
 Simulation;
 Electronics and Electrical Engineering