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

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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.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2017
EventMore Electric Aircraft 2017 - Bordeaux, France
Duration: 1 Feb 20172 Feb 2017

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ConferenceMore Electric Aircraft 2017
CountryFrance
CityBordeaux
Period1/02/172/02/17

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Power electronics
Large scale systems

Keywords

  • More-Electric Aircraft
  • MEA
  • More-Electric Engine
  • MEE
  • aircraft
  • electrical architecture

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Sztykiel, M, Fletcher, SDA, Norman, PJ, Galloway, SJ & Burt, GM 2017, 'Modelling methods for determining fault management requirements in future MEA and MEE platforms' Paper presented at More Electric Aircraft 2017, Bordeaux, France, 1/02/17 - 2/02/17, .

Modelling methods for determining fault management requirements in future MEA and MEE platforms. / Sztykiel, M.; Fletcher, S. D. A.; Norman, P. J.; Galloway, S. J.; Burt, G. M.

2017. Paper presented at More Electric Aircraft 2017, Bordeaux, France.

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