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The location of a resistive shunt harmonic impedance along a distribution feeder and its influence on harmonic propagation

(2005) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. 87(6). p.315-326
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Although complete compensation is only possible using true active filters, resistive shunt harmonic impedances (SHI) have been shown to provide a considerable reduction of the harmonic propagation. In this paper, the harmonic mitigation potential of a resistive SHI is discussed concerning its influence on the voltage distortion profile along a typical distribution feeder, with the location of the SHI along the feeder as a parameter. Although the distortion values are dependent on the SHI location, it is shown that the end of the feeder is generally a good location to install the SHI, especially when the power system parameters can vary or are unknown. Calculations are performed on a typical radial distribution feeder. Both the power factor correction capacitors and the non-linear loads are concentrated in single nodes. The linear loads are disconnected to obtain the worst case for the voltage distortion. Also some measurements on a scale model of a typical distribution feeder are done and the experimental results confirm the results obtained from simulations.
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DISTORTION, LOADS, REDUCTION, LINE, shunt harmonic impedances, power quality, harmonics, resonances, power systems

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Ryckaert, Wouter, Johan Ghijselen, Jan Desmet, et al. “The Location of a Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Along a Distribution Feeder and Its Influence on Harmonic Propagation.” ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 87.6 (2005): 315–326. Print.
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Ryckaert, W., Ghijselen, J., Desmet, J., Van den Bossche, A., Melkebeek, J., & Van De Sype, D. (2005). The location of a resistive shunt harmonic impedance along a distribution feeder and its influence on harmonic propagation. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, 87(6), 315–326.
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Ryckaert, Wouter, Johan Ghijselen, Jan Desmet, Alex Van den Bossche, Jan Melkebeek, and DM Van De Sype. 2005. “The Location of a Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Along a Distribution Feeder and Its Influence on Harmonic Propagation.” Electrical Engineering 87 (6): 315–326.
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Ryckaert, Wouter, Johan Ghijselen, Jan Desmet, Alex Van den Bossche, Jan Melkebeek, and DM Van De Sype. 2005. “The Location of a Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Along a Distribution Feeder and Its Influence on Harmonic Propagation.” Electrical Engineering 87 (6): 315–326.
Vancouver
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Ryckaert W, Ghijselen J, Desmet J, Van den Bossche A, Melkebeek J, Van De Sype D. The location of a resistive shunt harmonic impedance along a distribution feeder and its influence on harmonic propagation. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. 2005;87(6):315–26.
IEEE
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W. Ryckaert, J. Ghijselen, J. Desmet, A. Van den Bossche, J. Melkebeek, and D. Van De Sype, “The location of a resistive shunt harmonic impedance along a distribution feeder and its influence on harmonic propagation,” ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, vol. 87, no. 6, pp. 315–326, 2005.
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  abstract     = {Although complete compensation is only possible using true active filters, resistive shunt harmonic impedances (SHI) have been shown to provide a considerable reduction of the harmonic propagation. In this paper, the harmonic mitigation potential of a resistive SHI is discussed concerning its influence on the voltage distortion profile along a typical distribution feeder, with the location of the SHI along the feeder as a parameter. Although the distortion values are dependent on the SHI location, it is shown that the end of the feeder is generally a good location to install the SHI, especially when the power system parameters can vary or are unknown. Calculations are performed on a typical radial distribution feeder. Both the power factor correction capacitors and the non-linear loads are concentrated in single nodes. The linear loads are disconnected to obtain the worst case for the voltage distortion. Also some measurements on a scale model of a typical distribution feeder are done and the experimental results confirm the results obtained from simulations.},
  author       = {Ryckaert, Wouter and Ghijselen, Johan and Desmet, Jan and Van den Bossche, Alex and Melkebeek, Jan and Van De Sype, DM},
  issn         = {0948-7921},
  journal      = {ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING},
  keywords     = {DISTORTION,LOADS,REDUCTION,LINE,shunt harmonic impedances,power quality,harmonics,resonances,power systems},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {315--326},
  title        = {The location of a resistive shunt harmonic impedance along a distribution feeder and its influence on harmonic propagation},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00202-004-0249-z},
  volume       = {87},
  year         = {2005},
}

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