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Harmonic emission assessment in a distribution network with existing background voltage harmonics is a challenge for Renewable Power Producers (RPP) aiming to achieve grid code compliance. Dynamic interaction of harmonic sources at a Point of Common Coupling (PCC) renders the general summation law in IEC 61000-3-6 impractical, as harmonic phasors do not conform to the addition of rms values using alpha factors. The dynamic interaction of different PV plants and non-linear traction loads connected to the same 132 kV PCC is analyzed to validate the practical constraints in assessing grid code compliance requirements It is demonstrated that an innovative application of phasor aggregation, albeit scientifically challenged, could present a pragmatic approach for engineers tasked with network Power Quality performance.
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harmonic waveform distortion, harmonic emission assessment, grid code compliance, prevailing harmonic phase angle, localization of harmonic distortion sources

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Peterson, Brandon, Johan Rens, Gerhard Botha, Jan Meyer, and Jan Desmet. 2017. “Evaluation of Harmonic Distortion from Multiple Renewable Sources at a Distribution Substation.” In 2017 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) , 37–42. IEEE.
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Peterson, Brandon, Rens, J., Botha, G., Meyer, J., & Desmet, J. (2017). Evaluation of harmonic distortion from multiple renewable sources at a distribution substation. 2017 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) (pp. 37–42). Presented at the IEEE International Workshop on Applied Measurements for Power Systems (AMPS) , IEEE.
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Peterson B, Rens J, Botha G, Meyer J, Desmet J. Evaluation of harmonic distortion from multiple renewable sources at a distribution substation. 2017 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) . IEEE; 2017. p. 37–42.
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Peterson, Brandon et al. “Evaluation of Harmonic Distortion from Multiple Renewable Sources at a Distribution Substation.” 2017 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) . IEEE, 2017. 37–42. Print.
@inproceedings{8553035,
  abstract     = {Harmonic emission assessment in a distribution network with existing background voltage harmonics is a challenge for Renewable Power Producers (RPP) aiming to achieve grid code compliance. Dynamic interaction of harmonic sources at a Point of Common Coupling (PCC) renders the general summation law in IEC 61000-3-6 impractical, as harmonic phasors do not conform to the addition of rms values using alpha factors. The dynamic interaction of different PV plants and non-linear traction loads connected to the same 132 kV PCC is analyzed to validate the practical constraints in assessing grid code compliance requirements It is demonstrated that an innovative application of phasor aggregation, albeit scientifically challenged, could present a pragmatic approach for engineers tasked with network Power Quality performance.},
  author       = {Peterson, Brandon and Rens, Johan and Botha, Gerhard and Meyer, Jan and Desmet, Jan},
  booktitle    = {2017 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) },
  isbn         = {9781538603437},
  issn         = {2473-1315 },
  keywords     = {harmonic waveform distortion,harmonic emission assessment,grid code compliance,prevailing harmonic phase angle,localization of harmonic distortion sources},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Liverpool, United Kingdom},
  pages        = {37--42},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Evaluation of harmonic distortion from multiple renewable sources at a distribution substation},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/amps.2017.8078327},
  year         = {2017},
}

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