Nonlinear Simulation and Characterization of HTS Devices using Harmonic Balance Algorithms
PublisherIEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
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This work presents the use of Harmonic Balance to simulate the nonlinear behavior of HTS transmission lines. Good agreement with theoretical cross-checks is found. We also show the use of this algorithm to fit the model of HTS lines from experimental measurements. We illustrate this by fitting several types of experimental data, and discuss how to avoid ambiguity in this fitting.
CitationCollado, C; Mateu, J; O'Callaghan, JM. Nonlinear simulation and characterization of devices with HTS transmission lines using harmonic balance algorithms. IEEE Transactions on applied superconductivity, 2001, vol.11, núm.1, p.1396-1399
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