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How to specifiy the parameters of "Distributed Parameter line" block?

Asked by Sam
on 2 Jul 2019
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on 15 Nov 2019 at 12:31
I want to use the "Distributed Parameter line" block to simulatiing voltage at the electric motor terminal. According to the documentation of this block, there are two ways to specify the parameters of rlc. The first one with [N*N] matrix, the second with sequence parameters. The paramters i've got from the manufacturer of the reference powercable are only R L C Z Value per kilometer at a certain frequency.
I want ot konw how to calculate [N*N] matrix and positive | zero sequence of the R L C. Or they can only be measured and offered by the manufacturer.
I've uploaded a small model in the attachment. I also wonder the difference simulation results between one phase and 3 phase distributed Parameter Line. Why every time the voltage of one phase changes and vibrates lead to the changes of vibration of the other two phases? Because of the mutual inductance and the capacitance between phases ?

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Answer by Arvind Sathyanarayanan on 2 Jul 2019

Sam,
If you know the RLC parameters of your cable, you can use the pi section line or you could just lump the parameters and use RLC elements instead of using a cable/line model.
From the documentation of distributed parameter line, it is based on Bergeron's traveling wave method and the listed for reference for it is: Dommel, H., “Digital Computer Solution of Electromagnetic Transients in Single and Multiple Networks,” IEEE® Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-88, No. 4, April, 1969
I would suggest reading it if you want to know about the model.

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Hi Arvind,
Thanks for your answer. I will look into it.

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Answer by S Jarjees Ul Hassan on 11 Nov 2019 at 9:08

Hi Sam,
I am facing the same problem. If you have got any idea kindly help me too.

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Hi bro,
i've look into the reference, but there is nothing to do with the positive | zero sequence. I just replaced the three phase block with 3 single phase distributed parameter line.
Sam, Thanks for your response but I need more help.
Can you please share any of your social media contact to easy and fast conversation. Your help will be highly encouraging. Thanks in anticipation
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Thanks in Anticipation

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Answer by Sam
on 15 Nov 2019 at 12:31

Hi Sayed,
I've already added your through facebook

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