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Title: Electric Power Supply Quality in ship systems: an overview

Authors: J. Prousalidis, E. Styvaktakis, F. Kanellos, S. Perros, E. Sofras

Addresses: National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece. ' Hellenic Naval Academy (HNA), Greece. ' Hellenic Transmission System Operator (HTSO), Greece. ' Hellenic Navy (HN), Greece. ' National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece

Abstract: Power Supply Quality (PSQ) has become an important concern for ship electric systems. Thus, deviations of voltage from nominal values and wave-shapes could cause several problems onboard. Considering that ship system electrification eventually dominates according to the All Electric Ship concept, PSQ will be a key-factor of the normal operation, survivability and safety aboard. The paper provides a coherent description and categorisation of the PSQ phenomena (causes, consequences, characteristic parameters etc.) highlighting similarities and differences between terrestrial systems and ship systems in terms of these phenomena. This overview is enriched by cross-references to relevant standards applied in shipboard applications.

Keywords: power supply quality; PSQ; electrical standards; all electric ship; AES; ship electrics.

DOI: 10.1504/IJOSM.2008.017782

International Journal of Ocean Systems Management, 2008 Vol.1 No.1, pp.68 - 83

Published online: 12 Apr 2008 *

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