voltage phasor

voltage phasor

[′vōl·tij ‚fā·zər]
(electricity)
A line whose length represents the magnitude of a sinusoidally varying voltage and whose angle with the positive x-axis represents its phase.
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UPFC is able to provide simultaneous real-time control of the voltage phasor at a distinguished bus and the impedance of a branch, in which UPFC operates, determining the active and reactive power flowing through the mentioned branch.
Previous research about PMU placement have assumed that a PMU could be located at a bus and provide bus voltage phasor, as well as current phasor along all branches incident to the bus.
If the torque error between +ve and -ve torque windows, then the voltage phasor could be at zero state.
In which [I'.sub.a] is the value of phase and [V.sub.fa] is voltage phasor. However, since the location of the fault, i.e.
The vital rule of PMU placement is that, when a PMU is placed on a bus, it can measure the voltage phasor on that bus, as well as on the buses on the other end of all the connected lines, using the measured current phasor and the known transmission line impedance [9].
As shown in Figure 2(a), N represents linear time invariant circuit, voltage phasor of its independent excitation voltage is [[??].sub.s], voltage phasor of output is [[??].sub.0], and x is a passive component.
where [E.sup.*.sub.k]: complex conjugated voltage phasor at bus k, [P.sup.sp.sub.k], [Q.sup.sp.sub.k]: specified active and reactive net powers at bus k, [Y.sub.ki] = [G.sub.ki] + [jB.sub.ki]: bus admittance matrix element, and [E.sub.i]: voltage phasor at bus i.
From the definition (43a), and since all expansion elements of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and [[[[??].sup.E.sub.i[xi]](t)].sub.v'] are equal to zero, the [v.sub.o] x [v.sub.o] TRCM matrix [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] relating the vectorial voltage phasor of the incident path with the resultant of all consequent reflected ones on the TL of incidence infinitesimally before the discontinuity as
Gopakumar, "Asymmetric multilevel converter for high resolution voltage phasor generation", in Proc.
This is achieved by injecting an appropriate Voltage phasor in series with the line; this Voltage phasor can be viewed as the Voltage across impedance in series with the line.
where [V.sub.AC] is the AC voltage phasor, [V.sub.DC-Link] is the voltage at the common DC bus, and [P.sub.mr] and [P.sub.mi] are the pulse modulation factors on the real and imaginary axes.