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Time–Varying Waveform Distortions in Power Systems. Wiley – IEEE

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  • 396 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A comprehensive review of analytical signal processing techniques applied to power systems and power quality applications.

This reference book is unique in addressing time–varying waveform and harmonic distortions. It details many different approaches, pooling cutting edge material from university lecturers and practising power engineers to provide a wide spectrum of expertise.

Divided into clear sections, the book discusses a range of topics including

  • current and voltage variations;
  • standards and measurement issues;
  • advanced techniques such as spectral, time–frequency, probabilistic; and further methods, such as independent component analysis, and fuzzy logic.

Case studies, real world data and examples (including basic application examples and sample waves from industrial sites) supplement the theory and demonstrate the methods shown.

With extensive appendices in addition, this book is of great value to power systems, utility, maintenance and instrumentation engineers. It is also a useful source of information for researchers and consultants, university professors and graduate students in power systems and power quality areas.

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Contributors xi

Preface xiii

Website Information xvii

Acknowledgments xix

Part I General Concepts and Definitions 1

1 Probabilistic aspects of time–varying harmonics 3R. E. Morrison, Y. Baghzouz, P. F. Ribeiro and C. A. Duque

2 Probability distribution and spectral analysis of nonstationary random processes 19P. F. Ribeiro and C. A. Duque

3 Transients and harmonics 25T. H. Ortmeyer

4 Electric power definitions under random conditions 29A. E. Emanuel

5 Visualizing Joseph Fourier′s imaginative discovery via FEA 39P. J. Masson, P. M. Silveira, C. A. Duque and P. F. Ribeiro

Part II Current Variations 51

6 Summation of random harmonic currents 53R. Langella and A. Testa

7 Probabilistic modeling of single high–power loads 73R. Langella and A. Testa

Part III Voltage Variations 93

8 Probabilistic modeling for network analysis 95P. Caramia, P. Verde, P. Varilone and G. Carpinelli

9 Probabilistic modeling of harmonic impedances 115R. Langella and A. Testa

Part IV Standards and Measurement Issues 129

10 Time–varying and probabilistic considerations: setting limits 131T. H. Ortmeyer, W. Xu and Y. Baghzouz

11 Probabilistic harmonic indices 137P. Caramia, G. Carpinelli, A. Russo, P. Verde and P. Varilone

12 Measurement techniques and benchmarking 149J. Driesen and J. Van den Keybus

Part V Applications and Case Studies 159

13 Harmonic summation for multiple arc furnaces 161J. Wikston

14 Treatment of measured harmonic currents in filters of an HVDC system 167S. Carneiro Jr and A. C. de Freitas Marotti

Part VI Advanced Techniques 173

15 Visualization of time–varying waveform distortions with wavelets 175P. M. Silveira and P. F. Ribeiro

16 Wavelets for the measurement of electrical power signals 187J. Driesen

17 Fuzzy logic application for time–varying harmonics 197B. R. Klingenberg and P. F. Ribeiro

18 Real–time simulation of time–varying harmonics 211Y. Liu, M. Steurer and P. F. Ribeiro

19 Independent component analysis for harmonic studies 217E. Gursoy and D. Niebur

20 Enhanced empirical mode decomposition applied to waveform distortions 233N. Senroy, S. Suryanarayanan and P. F. Ribeiro

21 Harmonic and interharmonic on adjustable speed drives 253R. Langella and A. Testa

22 Tracking time–varying power harmonic distortions 277C. A. Duque, P. M. Silveira, T. Baldwin and P. F. Ribeiro

23 Enhanced DFT for time–varying harmonic decomposition 289P. M. Silveira, C. A. Duque, T. Baldwin and P. F. Ribeiro

24 Enhanced PLL based filter for time–varying harmonic decomposition 303J. R. Carvalho, C. A. Duque, M. V. Ribeiro, A. S. Cerqueira and P. F. Ribeiro

25 Prony analysis for time–varying harmonics 317L. Qi, S. Woodruff, L. Qian and D. Cartes

Appendix A: Time–varying harmonic currents from large penetration electronic equipment 331A. Capasso, R. Lamedica and A. Prudenzi

Appendix B: Sample of waveforms and decompositions 357C. A. Duque, M. V. Ribeiro and P. F. Ribeiro

Index 367

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Professor Paulo F. Ribeiro, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 49546, USA
Professor Ribeiro is professor of Engineering at Calvin College, Michigan. He has been involved with the application of advanced signal processing, applied to power quality and power systems in general, for the past fifteen years. For the past six years he has chaired the IEEE Task Force on Probabilistic Aspects of Harmonics. In 1994 he proposed the use of wallets to power quality applications; this has been followed by many people and has generated much research, several Masters and a PhD Thesis. Dr. Ribeiro is active in the IEEE, CIGRE and IEC working groups on power quality, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Iowa.
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