The Quasistationary library addresses the analysis of electrical circuits with purely sinusoidal voltages and currents. The following are the main characteristics.
Only pure sinusoidal voltages and currents are taken into account, higher harmonics are not considered.
Electrical transients are neglected.
The electrical components are strictly linear.
The angular frequency ω of the voltages and currents of a circuit is determined from a reference angle γ by means of ω=γ..
The reference angle γ is not a global quantity, it propagates through the connector; this allows independent circuits with different frequencies to be simulated in one model.
The connectors contain the real and the imaginary part of the voltage and the current RMS phasors.
The purely sinusoidal voltage v=Vpk⁢cos⁡ω⁢t+φ=2⁢Vrms⁢cos⁡ω⁢t+φ in the time-domain is represented by a complex rms phasor ν=Vrms⁢exp⁡j⁢φ, where j is the imaginary unit.
Quasistationary electrical induction machines based on space-phasor theory
Quasistationary multiphase components
Quasistationary Single Phase
Quasistationary single phase components
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