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The influence on harmonic propagation of the resistive shunt harmonic impedance location along a distribution feeder and the influence of distributed capacitors

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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. dong 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 installing the SHI between the middle and the end of the feeder is generally a good choice to locate the SHI, especially when the power system parameters can vary or are unknown. Calculations are performed on a typical radial distribution feeder with distributed capacitors (to model power factor correction capacitors or cable capacitances). In this study, the non-linear loads are cot centrated in single nodes whereas the linear loads are disconnected to obtain the worst case for the voltage distortion.
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LOADS, VOLTAGE DETECTION, DISTORTION, LINE, REDUCTION, ACTIVE-FILTER

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Ryckaert , Wouter, Jozef Ghijselen, Jan Melkebeek, et al. “The Influence on Harmonic Propagation of the Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Location Along a Distribution Feeder and the Influence of Distributed Capacitors.” International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power (2004): 129–135. Print.
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Ryckaert , W., Ghijselen, J., Melkebeek, J., Desmet, J., & Driesen, J. (2004). The influence on harmonic propagation of the resistive shunt harmonic impedance location along a distribution feeder and the influence of distributed capacitors. International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power, 129–135. Presented at the 11th International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power.
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Ryckaert , Wouter, Jozef Ghijselen, Jan Melkebeek, Jan Desmet, and Johan Driesen. 2004. “The Influence on Harmonic Propagation of the Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Location Along a Distribution Feeder and the Influence of Distributed Capacitors.” International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power: 129–135.
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Ryckaert , Wouter, Jozef Ghijselen, Jan Melkebeek, Jan Desmet, and Johan Driesen. 2004. “The Influence on Harmonic Propagation of the Resistive Shunt Harmonic Impedance Location Along a Distribution Feeder and the Influence of Distributed Capacitors.” International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power: 129–135.
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Ryckaert W, Ghijselen J, Melkebeek J, Desmet J, Driesen J. The influence on harmonic propagation of the resistive shunt harmonic impedance location along a distribution feeder and the influence of distributed capacitors. International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power. New York, NY, USA: IEEE; 2004;129–35.
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W. Ryckaert , J. Ghijselen, J. Melkebeek, J. Desmet, and J. Driesen, “The influence on harmonic propagation of the resistive shunt harmonic impedance location along a distribution feeder and the influence of distributed capacitors,” International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power, pp. 129–135, 2004.
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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. dong 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 installing the SHI between the middle and the end of the feeder is generally a good choice to locate the SHI, especially when the power system parameters can vary or are unknown. Calculations are performed on a typical radial distribution feeder with distributed capacitors (to model power factor correction capacitors or cable capacitances). In this study, the non-linear loads are cot centrated in single nodes whereas the linear loads are disconnected to obtain the worst case for the voltage distortion.},
  author       = {Ryckaert , Wouter and Ghijselen, Jozef and Melkebeek, Jan and Desmet, Jan and Driesen, Johan},
  isbn         = {0780387465},
  journal      = {International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power},
  keywords     = {LOADS,VOLTAGE DETECTION,DISTORTION,LINE,REDUCTION,ACTIVE-FILTER},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lake Placid, NY, USA},
  pages        = {129--135},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {The influence on harmonic propagation of the resistive shunt harmonic impedance location along a distribution feeder and the influence of distributed capacitors},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICHQP.2004.1409341},
  year         = {2004},
}

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