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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2018) 25(3) 19- 23
Investigation of the Power Grid Accuracy by CMOS Transistor Network using Matlab/ Simulink
|Shahir Fleyeh Nawaf||Mohammed Khalaf Hussein||Sabah Sadeem||Shaker Mahmud Faysal|
|Elect. Eng. Dept., Tikrit University, Iraq||Applied Eng. Coll., Tikrit University, Iraq||Elect. Eng. Dept., Tikrit University, Iraq|
The design and analysis of the power distribution and supply system on a chip is a complex issue. The ideal network consists of millions of transistors, which act as energy consumers. This large number makes them complex in terms of design and analysis. Building typical algorithms with logical gates and working automatically is the best way to solve the problem of power grid complexity. In this research, it was proposed to design a new model for consumers on the basis of effective resistance. passive elements were used only in this model and based on the actual resistance and capacity of the logical gates. Consumers and power grids can adopt computational physics methods and consider each group of consumers in each subnet as within total circuits. Emphasis is placed on the interaction between consumers for energy distribution network and energy supply. Using Matlab/ Simulink, accuracy of the system is verified to determine the technical issues related to the operation of the system for power networks.
Keywords: CMOS, RLC model, power grid, critical electric field.