One of the main problems of electrical power quality is to ensure a constant power ?ux from the supply system to the receiver, keeping in the same time the undisturbed wave form of the current and voltage signals. Distortion of signals are caused by nonlinear or time varying receivers, voltage changes or power losses in a supply system. The wave-form of the voltage of the source may also be deformed. This study seeks the optimal current and voltage wave-form by means of an optimization criteria. The optimization problem is de?ned in Hilbert space and the special functionals are minimized. The source inner impedance operator is linear and time-varying. Some examples of calculations are presented.
In the paper the squared voltage-current functionals are minimized, which represent the global power losses in the network. In that way it is possible to find the voltage-current distributions on the net without the use of immitance operators and basing only on the Kirchhoff laws. Farther the individual branch parameters are defined in the syntheses process. Many optimal power analysis examples are also shown to illustrate the thesis included in the paper.
The paper deals with linear circuits synthesis with periodic parameters. It was proved that the time-varying voltages and currents of inner branches of such circuits can be calculated using linear recursive equations with periodic coefficients if signals on port are given. The stability theorem of periodic solution was formulated. Hereby described the synthesis problems appear when compensation of power supply systems is considered.
Abstract This paper presents an innovative method for measuring the time delay of ultrasonic waves. Pulse methods used in the previous studies was characterized by latency. The method of phase correlation, presented in this article is free from this disadvantages. Due to the phase encoding with the use of Walsh functions the presented method allows to obtain better precision than previous methods. The algorithm to measure delay of the reflected wave with the use of microprocessor ARM Cortex M4 linked to a PC has been worked out and tested. This method uses the signal from the ultrasonic probe to precisely determine the time delay, caused by the propagation in medium, possible. In order to verify the effectiveness of the method a part of the measuring system was implemented in LabVIEW. The presented method proved to be effective, as it is shown in presented simulation results