Time-varying harmonics: Part II - Harmonic summation and propagation
This paper represents the second part of a two-part article reviewing the state of the art of probabilistic aspects of harmonics in electric power systems. It includes tools for calculating probabilities of rectangular and phasor components of individual as well as multiple harmonic sources. A procedure for determining the statistical distribution of voltages resulting from dispersed and random current sources is reviewed. Some applications of statistical representation of harmonics are also discussed.
Electric distortion; Electric power systems; Harmonic analysis; Voltage
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Electronic Devices and Semiconductor Manufacturing | Power and Energy | Signal Processing | Systems and Communications
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Burch, R. F.,
Emanuel, A. E.,
Olejniczak, K. J.,
Time-varying harmonics: Part II - Harmonic summation and propagation.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 17(1),