Short Circuit

To investigate accuracy, all the models are run for the same displacement input, i.e. they are all compared to the same experiment, which had the characteristics given in Table 4-4.

Table 4-4: Experimental short circuit current results

Max current

1.6 Amps

Min current

-2.04 Amps

RMS current

1 i

Experimental I [- Predicted

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1

A

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1

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1

1

II

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Figure 4.46: Short circuit results for model A

In each of the experiments, the equivalent predicted results and the percentage deviation from the experimental results are given in Table 4-5. Figure 4.46 and Figure

4.47 show examples of experimental compared with predictions using 'model A' and 'model E' respectively. Model E

Figure 4.47: Short circuit model results for model E Table 4-5: Short circuit results of the VHM

A

B

C

D

E

Value

Error

Value

Error

Value

Error

Value

Error

Value

Error

(Amps)

(%)

(Amps)

(%)

(Amps)

(%)

(Amps)

(%)

(Amps)

(%)

Max

2.44

52

2.42

51

2.44

52

2.44

52

2.43

52

Min

-2.46

20

-2.44

20

-2.46

20

-2.42

19

-2.46

20

RMS

1.40

30

1.41

31

1.40

34

1.40

30

1.40

30

Table 4-5 shows both the predicted values and their error as a percentage of the experimental value. Surprisingly, the results do not differentiate between the models.

Table 4-5 shows both the predicted values and their error as a percentage of the experimental value. Surprisingly, the results do not differentiate between the models.

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