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Toward an Intelligent High Frequency AC Distributed Power System - Part II: Analytical Modelling and Experimental Realization

Patrick C. K. Luk(1), Tareq Sadeq El-Hasan(2*)

(1) Centre for Power Engineering, School of Engineering, Cranfield University, United Kingdom
(2) Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Zarqa University, Jordan
(*) Corresponding author


DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/iree.v11i6.9284

Abstract


High frequency AC (HFAC) distributed power systems (DPS), where electric power is delivered at up to multi-kHz via cables, is an alternative means to conventional centralized power systems. This paper explores the means by which real-time information can be achieved without installing additional physical communication channels on an existing 50 kHz current-fed HFAC DPS in lighting applications. A communication protocol is methodologically developed to facilitate robust and efficient inter-device real-time communication. In addition, analytical modelling for the current fed coupling circuit is presented. The utility of an intelligent HFAC DPS is demonstrated by experimental results from comprehensive circuit level implementation.
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Keywords


Modems; Data Communication; Intelligent Power Distribution; Energy Management; Power Distribution Systems; High Frequency AC; Lighting Systems

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