Matrix pencil: A novel approach for fast shunt compensated controlled switching

F. Boudaoud, H. Siguerdidjane, P. Bastard
2003 2003 European Control Conference (ECC)   unpublished
In this paper a novel and efficient approach is presented for power system switching transient analysis: The so-called Matrix Pencil Method MP, is based upon a modal decomposition of exponentially modulated sinusoids, formulated as a generalized eigen-value problem. In this paper we are interested in shunt compensated line transient voltages during auto re-closing operations. The MP method has readily proved it's efficiency in many areas (speech pattern recognition, aircraft, signal processing
more » ... signal processing etc). Moreover, for such class of signals it shows better performance than many improved versions of the Prony's method such us Tufts and Kumaresan polynomial one. Many validation tests were carried out onto typical transient signals issued from EMTP/ATP simulations for different network configurations and show very satisfactory results.
doi:10.23919/ecc.2003.7086600 fatcat:cyvnjs5mxfhzfffspqhpqjl7xe