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Modelling methods for determining fault management requirements in future MEA and MEE platforms

Sztykiel, M. and Fletcher, S. D. A. and Norman, P. J. and Galloway, S. J. and Burt, G. M. (2017) Modelling methods for determining fault management requirements in future MEA and MEE platforms. In: More Electric Aircraft 2017, 2017-02-01 - 2017-02-02.

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Abstract

This paper presents a modular transient modelling tool which provides model-based support for the design and technology selection within future MEE and MEA electrical systems. The developed tool is a Matlab/Simulink library consisting of functional sub-system units, which can be rapidly integrated to build complex system architecture models. The paper focusses on the ability of the tool to assess the thermally-defined fault withstand capability of power electronic converters in order to inform on technology trades and derive the operating requirements of the associated power system protection/fault management devices.