dc.contributor.author Li, H. dc.contributor.author Chen, D. dc.contributor.author Zhang, H. dc.contributor.author Wu, Changzhi dc.contributor.author Wang, X. dc.date.accessioned 2017-03-17T08:28:51Z dc.date.available 2017-03-17T08:28:51Z dc.date.created 2017-02-19T19:31:40Z dc.date.issued 2017 dc.identifier.citation Li, H. and Chen, D. and Zhang, H. and Wu, C. and Wang, X. 2017. Hamiltonian analysis of a hydro-energy generation system in the transient of sudden load increasing. Applied Energy. 185: pp. 244-253. dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/50869 dc.identifier.doi 10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.10.080 dc.description.abstract © 2016 Elsevier LtdThis paper addresses the Hamiltonian mathematical modeling and dynamic analysis of a hydro-energy generation system in the transient of sudden load increasing. First, six dynamic transfer coefficients of the hydro-turbine for the transient of sudden load increasing are innovatively introduced into the hydro-energy generation system. Considering the elastic water-hammer model of the penstock and third-order model of the generator, we established a dynamic mathematical model of the hydro-energy generation system in the transient of sudden load increasing. Moreover, from the point of view of the transmission and dissipation of energy of the system, we propose the hydro-energy generation system into the theory frame of the generalized Hamiltonian system. A novel Hamiltonian model of the hydro-energy generation system is established utilizing the method of orthogonal decomposition. Finally, based on the data of a real hydropower plant, numerical simulations and physical experiment are carried out, and the results indicates that the Hamiltonian system can reflect the essence of the nonlinearity of the hydro-energy generation system in the transient of sudden load increasing. More importantly, these methods and results will supply theoretical basis for designing and running a hydropower plant. dc.publisher Elsevier dc.title Hamiltonian analysis of a hydro-energy generation system in the transient of sudden load increasing dc.type Journal Article dcterms.source.volume 185 dcterms.source.startPage 244 dcterms.source.endPage 253 dcterms.source.issn 0306-2619 dcterms.source.title Applied Energy curtin.department Department of Construction Management curtin.accessStatus Fulltext not available
﻿

## Files in this item

FilesSizeFormatView

There are no files associated with this item.