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Network resonance detection using harmonic active power
Resonances in electrical distribution systems can result in amplification of harmonics, which is undesirable in electrical networks. To avoid intrusive measurement techniques, in the majority of the cases network modeling ...
Harmonic emission assessment on a distribution network: the opportunity for the prevailing angle in harmonic phasors
Harmonic emission assessment in high-voltage networks with a number of renewable power plants (RPP) interconnected is challenging. A sound scientific methodology readily accessible to engineers is needed to validate ...
Dc-bus voltage balancing controllers for split dc-link four-wire inverters and their impact on the quality of the injected currents
The increasing share of single-phase distributed generation units in low-voltage grids causes voltage unbalance problems and overvoltages. Therefore, the need for power quality improving control strategies of grid-connected ...
Decongestion of the distribution grid via optimised location of PV-battery systems
In order to achieve the energy targets for 2020, further integration of renewable energy sources is required. Hence, there was a need to investigate possible solutions to achieve a reliable network without loss of production. ...