# Need your advices on how can I estimate the voltage at the terminals the thyristor switch

#### rachidm

Joined Dec 23, 2018
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I am working on a static transfer switch which aim is to allow supplying a load with 2 different sources in order to have a redundancy when feeding the load. The head to tail assembly allow the current to flow in 2 directions (for each alternative of the input current)

The working condition is the following:

When both input are connected to the supply grid and if we want to supply the load at the output with Input 2 supply, the thyristors of Switch group 1 are openned (off state) and thyristors of switch group 2 will be closed (on state). So that at the output line voltages U12in2, U23in2 and U31in2 are applied.

I am trying to find out an equation that helps to calculate the value of the off state voltage across the thyristor switch Vt1, Vt2 and Vt3 in the following condition:

-Input 1 and input 2 connected to 2 different power supply

-Thyristors of switch group 2 in on state (closed) => triggering signal on so Vt1' = Vt2' = Vt3' =0

-Thyristors of switch group 1 openned (off state) => triggering signal off

I have 3 equations but I am not sure about my results: