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A Preliminary of Dynamic Stability Analysis

DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2016.66036, PP. 347-364

Keywords: Motel, Dynamic Stability Analysis, Dual Model Method, Single Model Method, Length Coefficient, y(n)-Simulation Method, The Nature of the Lower Limit

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On account of the traditional method in hybrid stability analysis being too rough, a new method of taking dual or single mode was put forward for 4 typical levers in the hybrid stability analysis respectively and transited to the dynamic analysis smoothly. After verifying the superiority of the method through examples, the broad application prospect would be given in the end.

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