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A novel method for power flow design and control based on power flow mode theory

A novel method for power flow design and control based on power flow mode theory
A novel method for power flow design and control based on power flow mode theory
In a previous study, a generalized power flow mode theory was proposed to describe the power flow behaviour of a dynamical system based on the inherent characteristics of the system’s damping distribution. By extending this theory, a power flow design and control mathematical model is developed which allows control of energy flow patterns, thus reducing or retaining vibratory energy flow in a particular vibration mode of the system. This is achieved through analyzing energy flow characteristics and designing an appropriate damping distribution in the system to adjust its characteristic damping factors and power flow mode vectors. To meet different vibration control requirements, new design criteria are proposed so as to dissipate maximum vibration energy and/or to control power flow in a specific vibration mode of the system. This mathematical model is demonstrated through an example of a suspension system with two degrees of freedom for which the power flow dissipation corresponding to selected control cases are presented. This study provides a novel approach to design a dynamical system from the perspective of energy flow patterns.
Power flow mode theory; Characteristic damping factor; Damping distribution; Power flow design; Power flow control; Mode control factor.
1880653648
1098-6189
146-153
Xiong, Y.P.
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Xing, J.T.
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Price, W.G.
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Price, W.G.
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Xiong, Y.P., Xing, J.T. and Price, W.G. (2005) A novel method for power flow design and control based on power flow mode theory. In The Proceedings of The 15th (2005) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Seoul, Korea, June 19-24. vol. 3, pp. 146-153 .

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In a previous study, a generalized power flow mode theory was proposed to describe the power flow behaviour of a dynamical system based on the inherent characteristics of the system’s damping distribution. By extending this theory, a power flow design and control mathematical model is developed which allows control of energy flow patterns, thus reducing or retaining vibratory energy flow in a particular vibration mode of the system. This is achieved through analyzing energy flow characteristics and designing an appropriate damping distribution in the system to adjust its characteristic damping factors and power flow mode vectors. To meet different vibration control requirements, new design criteria are proposed so as to dissipate maximum vibration energy and/or to control power flow in a specific vibration mode of the system. This mathematical model is demonstrated through an example of a suspension system with two degrees of freedom for which the power flow dissipation corresponding to selected control cases are presented. This study provides a novel approach to design a dynamical system from the perspective of energy flow patterns.

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Published date: June 2005
Additional Information: CD-ROM
Keywords: Power flow mode theory; Characteristic damping factor; Damping distribution; Power flow design; Power flow control; Mode control factor.
Organisations: Fluid Structure Interactions Group

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Local EPrints ID: 23355
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/23355
ISBN: 1880653648
ISSN: 1098-6189
PURE UUID: f0a1c7c6-cf51-4147-b8bc-d8b9a13a489f
ORCID for Y.P. Xiong: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0135-8464

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Date deposited: 28 Mar 2006
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 02:52

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