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Creating Phasors

ppal
17-Peridot

Creating Phasors

I am trying to create phasors as per :

Synchronized sampling and phasor measurements for relaying and control - Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on (tamu.edu)  (Pdf attached)

 Checking to see if my mathcad implementation is correct 

Thanks.

 

 

 

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Werner_E
24-Ruby V
(To:ppal)

Had not looked at the 10+ page pdf, but from what you provided in your Prime sheet I guess what you meant was simply a sliding window with width RS.
No need for a worksheet range "i" and no need to index the vector "IAS" when you define or display it.

 

Werner_E_1-1639446534871.png

 

BTW, using inline evaluations can sometimes end in unexpected errors and troubles - so its better to avoid them. I am talking about the evaluation "=" immediately after the definition of a variable. You are on the safe side if you define a variable in one region "var:=..." and evaluate it in second one "var=...".

 

 

 

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Werner_E
24-Ruby V
(To:ppal)

Had not looked at the 10+ page pdf, but from what you provided in your Prime sheet I guess what you meant was simply a sliding window with width RS.
No need for a worksheet range "i" and no need to index the vector "IAS" when you define or display it.

 

Werner_E_1-1639446534871.png

 

BTW, using inline evaluations can sometimes end in unexpected errors and troubles - so its better to avoid them. I am talking about the evaluation "=" immediately after the definition of a variable. You are on the safe side if you define a variable in one region "var:=..." and evaluate it in second one "var=...".

 

 

 

ppal
17-Peridot
(To:Werner_E)

That cleaned it up so much. Thanks.

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