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17 and define the slowly varying complex electric fields as indicated. Note that the power P and intensity I are related to the electric field in the following way: P ∝ I ∝ |E|2 . If the electric field crosses the coupler, then a phase shift is induced which is represented by a multiplication by j in the equations. Assume that there is no loss at the coupler. 10) where κ is the power-splitting ratio at the coupler. Consider the propagation from E1 to E2 . 2 dB km−1) and φ = φL + φNL . The linear phase shift is φL , and the nonlinear phase shift due to propagation is given by 2 π r2 L φNL = |E1 |2 , λ0 Aeff where λ0 is the wavelength of propagating light in a vacuum, Aeff is the effective core area of the fiber, L is the length of the fiber loop, and r2 is the nonlinear refractive 30 S.
A. 29) Making the same operation for the negative sequence, but using the backward rotating frame, provides the negative sequence load current, Id,neg and Iq,neg . 20). 21), it is then possible to obtain the required phase to phase susceptances for the TCR. 10), the required value for the firing angle φ , for each phase, can be calculated. 13 shows a schematic flow chart for the control scheme described above. 7 Case Study The corresponding data for the case studied are shown in the Appendix. The installation was in the planning stage when this analysis was taken, and the simulations shown here used design data available from the furnace’s design [5,28].
The arc nonlinear, timevarying and unpredictable dynamic behavior represents a great challenge for the researchers [1–3]. In contrast with linear components that usually are represented in the frequency domain, the models for nonlinear elements are, usually, developed in the time domain. Some models are based on the stochastic characteristic  presented by the arc and, more recently, on the arc’s chaotic nature [1, 3, 5]. Both type of models are capable of a good representation of the process.