LabVIEW based automatic paralleling of synchronous generator system
2012 44th Southeastern Symposium on System Theory
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the Annual Southeastern Symposium on System Theory
This paper describes the development and implementation of automatic paralleling of synchronous generator system using LabVIEW platform. The system comprises of the hardware and the software parts. The hardware part encapsulates the prime mover, synchronous alternator, excitation unit and other sundries that constitute a synchronous generator system. The software part comprises of the National Instruments LabVIEW software, PCI-6014 Data Acquisition card, and the NI ELVIS devices. The overall system architecture is simple and cheap to implement and is recommended for paralleling of small synchronous generators (SSG) in the mission field of military establishment.
Hardware, Synchronization, Synchronous generators, System theory, Computer programming languages, Data acquisition cards, LabViEW, LabVIEW software, National Instruments, paralleling, Prime movers, Software parts, System architectures, data acquisition, NI Labview, paralleling, phasing lamps, synchronization
Electrical and Computer Engineering
O. D. Momoh Ph.D., S. J. Loeffler, N J. Dykhuizen, I Hack, and Gary D. Steffen (2012).
LabVIEW based automatic paralleling of synchronous generator system. Proceedings of the Annual Southeastern Symposium on System Theory. 204-208.Presented at 2012 44th Southeastern Symposium on System Theory, Jacksonville, Flordia.
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