Accession Number:

AD0601506

Title:

ANALOG STUDY OF NAVAL SHIPBOARD POWER SYSTEM. PART III. ADDITIONAL STUDIES,

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GENERAL ELECTRIC CO SCHENECTADY N Y

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Report Date:

1964-03-09

Pagination or Media Count:

150.0

Abstract:

This work is a continuation of the studies described in report numbers 62GL173 AD-601 504 and 62GL174 AD-601 505. Additional short and long time transient performance studies of the submarine shipboard power system as applied on the SSN588 class of vessel. Short time transient voltages on the 400 cycle system exceeded two per unit values. In several cases amplification was noted, i. e. the voltage in the end of the line was higher than the voltage at the point of circuit interruption. The characteristics of the dc system were similar in many respects to the ac system, peak voltage of 2.4 per unit being noted. Since certain simplified assumptions were made the numerical results should be verified by a limited number of well planned tests. The analog computer was a satisfactory tool for analyzing fast time transients on the dc system and long time transients on the ac system. The digital computer using the FACE Program FORTRAN Analog Computer Equivalent was a very satisfactory method of analyzing the short time transients on the ac system. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE