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Evaluation of harmonic distortion from multiple renewable sources at a distribution substation
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 ...
The improvement of system damping by grid integration of PV energy sources
The impact of static generators on power system small signal stability is evaluated by means of micro-synchrophasors collected in a distribution system using a class A Power Quality recorder that also functions as a Phasor ...
An overview of the application of phasor measurement units (PMUs) and network coherent data in an interconnected power network: a case for Namibia
This paper presents the technological background, the structure of a time-stamp for network coherent data and the emerging documentation on the data requirements for applications making use of network coherent data. ...
Modeling and validation of losses due to unbalanced loading of stand-alone generators
The goal of this paper is to evaluate the possibility of deriving a simple lumped electrical model of the additional losses in stand-alone synchronous generators due to unbalanced loading. An in depth analysis will reveal ...