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dc.contributorMühendislik Fakültesi / Faculty of Engineering Elektrik - Elektronik Mühendisliği / Electrical-Electronic Engineeringtr_TR
dc.contributor.authorEhsani, M.
dc.contributor.authorBilgiç, Mehmet Oruç
dc.contributor.authorPatton, Alton D.
dc.contributor.authorMitra, J.
dc.description.abstractElectric power generation and conditioning have experienced revolutionary development over the past two decades. Furthermore, new materials such as high energy magnets and high temperature superconductors are either available or on the horizon. Our work is based on the premise that new technologies are an important driver of new power system concepts and architectures. This observation is borne out by the historical evolution of power systems both in terrestrial and aerospace applications. This paper introduces new approaches to designing space power systems by using several new technologies. Two new architectures are introduced: the current source current intensive system and the articulate system. Basic characteristics of these systems have been investigated. Some aspects of the articulate system architecture, as discussed in this paper can be implemented in the short term. Flexible AC transmission systems which are now undergoing rapid development and implementation, can be regarded as a subset of the family of control methodologies which constitute the realm of articulate systems.tr_TR
dc.relationIEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazinetr_TR
dc.subjectspace vehicle power plantstr_TR
dc.subjecttechnological forecastingtr_TR
dc.subjectsuperconducting magnet energy storagetr_TR
dc.subjectspace power systemstr_TR
dc.subjectcurrent source current intensive systemtr_TR
dc.subjectflexible AC transmission systemstr_TR
dc.subjectarticulate systemtr_TR
dc.subjectsuperconductive magnetic energy storagetr_TR
dc.titleNew architectures for space power systemstr_TR

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