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Cross-platform validation of notional baseline architecture models of naval electric ship power systems
To support efforts in assessing the relative merit of alternative power system architectures for future naval combatants, the Electric Ship Research and Development Consortium (ESRDC) has developed notional baseline models ...
High-frequency Power Generation and Distribution in Multi-megawatt Power Systems
A model of an autonomous power system that generates and distributes power at 240 Hz has been developed. This high-frequency ac power system (HFAC) includes several gas turbine-generator units, two propulsion power trains, ...
Flexible Test Bed for MVDC and HFAC Electric Ship Power System Architectures for Navy Ships
Several power architectures have been considered for Navy ships and significant effort has been focused on simulation of the various power system topologies. The University of Texas at Austin Center for Electromechanics ...
Development of a Multicore Power System Simulator for Ship Systems
An important impediment to using widely available software to simulate the behavior of advanced power systems for electric ships is that the simulation time is too long to be practical. Consequently, the Center for ...