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The aggregation principles of IEC 61000-4-30 is a well-known concept implemented in Power Quality (PQ) recorders. Only rms data is retained. Harmonic emission assessment requires the analysis of harmonic phasors. Continuous measurement of harmonic phasors is constrained by the volume of data resulting if the measurement period is longer. An innovative approach to also aggregate harmonic phase angles has been introduced and this paper evaluates how the aggregation interval affect the application of this concept in harmonic emission. Two different types of harmonic emission sources are evaluated in a distribution network. Results from this field data are used to demonstrate that although it is not possible to use a standard aggregation interval as in the IEC 61000-4-30, that the concept of aggregating harmonic phasors present an improved understanding of harmonic emission.
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Harmonic analysis, Current measurement, Power system harmonics, IEC Standards, Phase measurement, Voltage measurement

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Peterson, Brandon, Ana Maria Blanco, Johan Rens, Jan Meyer, Gerhard Botha, and Jan Desmet. 2018. “Impact of Aggregation Interval on Harmonic Phase Angle Measurements.” In 2018 IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) , 35–40. Piscataway, USA: IEEE.
APA
Peterson, Brandon, Blanco, A. M., Rens, J., Meyer, J., Botha, G., & Desmet, J. (2018). Impact of aggregation interval on harmonic phase angle measurements. 2018 IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) (pp. 35–40). Presented at the 9th IEEE International Workshop on Applied Measurements for Power Systems (AMPS) , Piscataway, USA: IEEE.
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Peterson B, Blanco AM, Rens J, Meyer J, Botha G, Desmet J. Impact of aggregation interval on harmonic phase angle measurements. 2018 IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) . Piscataway, USA: IEEE; 2018. p. 35–40.
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Peterson, Brandon, Ana Maria Blanco, Johan Rens, et al. “Impact of Aggregation Interval on Harmonic Phase Angle Measurements.” 2018 IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) . Piscataway, USA: IEEE, 2018. 35–40. Print.
@inproceedings{8582906,
  abstract     = {The aggregation principles of IEC 61000-4-30 is a well-known concept implemented in Power Quality (PQ) recorders. Only rms data is retained. Harmonic emission assessment requires the analysis of harmonic phasors. Continuous measurement of harmonic phasors is constrained by the volume of data resulting if the measurement period is longer. An innovative approach to also aggregate harmonic phase angles has been introduced and this paper evaluates how the aggregation interval affect the application of this concept in harmonic emission. Two different types of harmonic emission sources are evaluated in a distribution network. Results from this field data are used to demonstrate that although it is not possible to use a standard aggregation interval as in the IEC 61000-4-30, that the concept of aggregating harmonic phasors present an improved understanding of harmonic emission.},
  author       = {Peterson, Brandon and Blanco, Ana Maria and Rens, Johan and Meyer, Jan and Botha, Gerhard and Desmet, Jan},
  booktitle    = {2018 IEEE 9TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPLIED MEASUREMENTS FOR POWER SYSTEMS (AMPS) },
  isbn         = {9781538653753},
  issn         = {2473-1315 },
  keywords     = {Harmonic analysis,Current measurement,Power system harmonics,IEC Standards,Phase measurement,Voltage measurement},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bologna},
  pages        = {35--40},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Impact of aggregation interval on harmonic phase angle measurements},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/amps.2018.8494857},
  year         = {2018},
}

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