E3S Web Conf.
Volume 139, 2019Rudenko International Conference “Methodological problems in reliability study of large energy systems” (RSES 2019)
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|Published online||16 December 2019|
Self-oscillations at the frequency of subharmonics in nonlinear electric chains and systems
1 Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov, 100095, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, University St. 2A
2 Navoi state mining institute
3 Karakalpak State University, 230100, Uzbekistan, Nukus, Ch. Abdirov St.1
It is known that the occurrence and existence of autoparametric oscillations (AIC) at the subharmonic frequency (GHC) in power lines (power lines) and in power supply systems is extremely undesirable, since they cause ferroresonant overvoltages at different frequencies. At the same time, there is an extensive class of nonlinear electric circuits in which the excitation of the AIC at the frequency of the SGC forms the basis of frequency-converting devices serving as secondary power sources. It is shown that single-phase-three-phase nonlinear systems are, to one degree or another, equivalent circuits of power lines, the main elements of which are: longitudinal compensation capacitors, transverse compensation reactors, and transformers with non-linear characteristics. The regularities of the excitation of the GCC at the frequency (ω / 3) of the power lines were studied, theoretical and experimental studies of the equivalent model of single-phase-three-phase circuits with nonlinear inductance were carried out. For a theoretical analysis of the steady-state mode of SGK at a frequency (ω / 3) with inductive coupling, the frequency- energy approach is used. The conditions of existence and critical parameters of the circuit are determined, and the mechanism of the appearance of the SGC at the frequency (ω / 3) is also studied.
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