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Quasistationary Multiphase Ideal Closing Switch

Multiphase ideal closer

 

Description

Connections

Parameters

Modelica Standard Library

Description

The Quasistationary Multiphase Ideal Closing Switch (or Ideal Closing Switch) component contain m quasistationary single-phase ideal closing switch models, each connected between corresponding phases of plugp and plugn, with the control from the corresponding signal in the control vector input.

A vector of optional thermal ports, one for each switch, is enabled if Use Heat Port is true.

This switch is only intended to be used for structural changes, not fast switching sequences, due to the quasistationary formulation.

Connections

Name

Description

Modelica ID

plugp

Positive quasistationary multiphase plug

plug_p

plugn

Negative quasistationary multiphase plug

plug_n

control

Boolean vector input

control

Heat Port

Optional heat ports

heatPort

Parameters

Name

Default

Units

Description

Modelica ID

m

3

 

Number of phases

m

Ron

* 1·10−5

Ω

Closed switch resistance

Ron

Goff

* FLOATE(1,-5)

S

Opened switch conductance

Goff

Use Heat Port

false

 

True means all HeatPorts are enabled

useHeatPort

* Starred values are vector parameters; the default is fillx,m, which creates a vector with m entries of x.

Constant Parameters

Name

Default

Units

Description

Modelica ID

T

fill293.15,m

K

Fixed device temperatures if Use Heat Port is false

T

Modelica Standard Library

The component described in this topic is from the Modelica Standard Library. To view the original documentation, which includes author and copyright information, click here.

See Also

Electrical Library

Quasistationary Multiphase Ideal Overview

Quasistationary Overview