The aim of this document is to provide an extended description and application guide of methods belonging to the so-called Numerical Electromagnetic Analysis (NEA) applied to the calculation of electromagnetic transients in power systems. As known, the accurate computation of electromagnetic transients is a fundamental requirement of several studies in the area of power systems. Lightning and switching studies are, for instance, typical subjects where the accuracy of transient’s computation has a direct influence to the proper sizing of components like insulators and breakers. Traditional approaches adopted since now were based on the combination of circuit and transmission lines theories. These approaches, analytically and numerically validated by numerous contributions to the literature, rely on specific assumptions that are inherently relaxed by NEA methods. Indeed, NEA methods mostly rely on the numerical solution of the full-wave Maxwell’s equations and, in this respect, the assessment of their accuracy, as well as the description of the various numerical methodologies, have motivated the preparation of this Technical Brochure.

Guide for numerical electromagnetic analysis methods: application to surge phenomena and comparison with circuit theory-based approach / A. Ametani; M. Paolone; K. Yamamoto; M. T. Correia de Barros; A. M. Haddad; J.L. He; M. Ishii; T. Judendorfer; W. Jung-Wook; A. J. F. Keri; C. A. Nucci; M. Popov; F. Rachidi; M. Rubinstein; E. Shim; J. Smajic; K. Tanabe; L. Tang; P. Yutthagowith; Y. Baba. - STAMPA. - (2013), pp. 1-106.

Guide for numerical electromagnetic analysis methods: application to surge phenomena and comparison with circuit theory-based approach

PAOLONE, MARIO;NUCCI, CARLO ALBERTO;
2013

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The aim of this document is to provide an extended description and application guide of methods belonging to the so-called Numerical Electromagnetic Analysis (NEA) applied to the calculation of electromagnetic transients in power systems. As known, the accurate computation of electromagnetic transients is a fundamental requirement of several studies in the area of power systems. Lightning and switching studies are, for instance, typical subjects where the accuracy of transient’s computation has a direct influence to the proper sizing of components like insulators and breakers. Traditional approaches adopted since now were based on the combination of circuit and transmission lines theories. These approaches, analytically and numerically validated by numerous contributions to the literature, rely on specific assumptions that are inherently relaxed by NEA methods. Indeed, NEA methods mostly rely on the numerical solution of the full-wave Maxwell’s equations and, in this respect, the assessment of their accuracy, as well as the description of the various numerical methodologies, have motivated the preparation of this Technical Brochure.
2013
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9782858732371
Guide for numerical electromagnetic analysis methods: application to surge phenomena and comparison with circuit theory-based approach / A. Ametani; M. Paolone; K. Yamamoto; M. T. Correia de Barros; A. M. Haddad; J.L. He; M. Ishii; T. Judendorfer; W. Jung-Wook; A. J. F. Keri; C. A. Nucci; M. Popov; F. Rachidi; M. Rubinstein; E. Shim; J. Smajic; K. Tanabe; L. Tang; P. Yutthagowith; Y. Baba. - STAMPA. - (2013), pp. 1-106.
A. Ametani; M. Paolone; K. Yamamoto; M. T. Correia de Barros; A. M. Haddad; J.L. He; M. Ishii; T. Judendorfer; W. Jung-Wook; A. J. F. Keri; C. A. Nucci; M. Popov; F. Rachidi; M. Rubinstein; E. Shim; J. Smajic; K. Tanabe; L. Tang; P. Yutthagowith; Y. Baba
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