An overview on probabilistic aspects of harmonics in power systems
This paper gives a brief review of past work conducted by the task force on probabilistic aspects of harmonics. This includes sources of errors when taking harmonic measurements, various ways to describe recorded data in statistical terms, tools for calculating the sum of harmonic currents generated by a cluster of loads, and voltage harmonics resulting from dispersed nonlinear loads in a power network. The material presented was published by the task force in a two-part article in the past.
Electric networks; Electric power distribution; Harmonics (Electric waves)
Electrical and Electronics | Energy Systems | Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Other Electrical and Computer Engineering | Power and Energy
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An overview on probabilistic aspects of harmonics in power systems.
in 2005 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 3