Power Quality [electronic resource] : Mitigation Technologies in a Distributed Environment / edited by Antonio Moreno-Muñoz.

By: Moreno-Muñoz, Antonio [editor.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Power Systems: Publisher: London : Springer London, 2007Description: XX, 424 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781846287725Subject(s): Engineering | Electronics | Engineering | Electrical Power Generation and Transmission | Control Engineering | Automation and Robotics | Electronics and Microelectronics, InstrumentationAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Power-quality Monitoring -- Joint Time–Frequency Analysis of the Electrical Signal -- Measurement and Analysis of Voltage Events -- Transient Mitigation Methods on ASDs -- Modern Arrangement for Reduction of Voltage Perturbations -- Static Shunt PE Voltage-quality Controllers -- Static Series and Shunt-series PE Voltage-quality Controllers -- Active Power-line Conditioners -- Distributed Generation -- Electronic Loads and Power-quality -- Power-quality Factor for Electrical Networks -- IEC 61850 and Power-quality Monitoring and Recording.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: With the generalized use of personal computers, microelectronic-based instrumentation and other susceptible devices, the subject of power quality and its relationship to the vulnerability of high-tech facilities is becoming an increasing concern, not only to the utility companies but also to the end-customer. In the 21st century, instrumentation and control operations require high quality and ultra-reliable power in quantities and time frames never experienced before. Power Quality: Mitigation Technologies in a Distributed Environment presents a solid theoretical foundation of the modern mitigation technologies employed in the power quality arena, and provides an overview of the most recent challenges in this field. Readers will learn about: how to deal with the multifaceted characteristics of power quality studies; how circuit and process design can be affected by the most common power disturbances; the implications that electromagnetic compatibility has on the equipment and installation design; how power electronic devices can improve the power quality of the distribution supply; and, the advances in IT that can support a better power quality. Power Quality: Mitigation Technologies in a Distributed Environment introduces the advanced concepts associated with power quality to engineers and students. It will make an excellent reference for facility electrical power engineers and maintenance technicians.
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Power-quality Monitoring -- Joint Time–Frequency Analysis of the Electrical Signal -- Measurement and Analysis of Voltage Events -- Transient Mitigation Methods on ASDs -- Modern Arrangement for Reduction of Voltage Perturbations -- Static Shunt PE Voltage-quality Controllers -- Static Series and Shunt-series PE Voltage-quality Controllers -- Active Power-line Conditioners -- Distributed Generation -- Electronic Loads and Power-quality -- Power-quality Factor for Electrical Networks -- IEC 61850 and Power-quality Monitoring and Recording.

With the generalized use of personal computers, microelectronic-based instrumentation and other susceptible devices, the subject of power quality and its relationship to the vulnerability of high-tech facilities is becoming an increasing concern, not only to the utility companies but also to the end-customer. In the 21st century, instrumentation and control operations require high quality and ultra-reliable power in quantities and time frames never experienced before. Power Quality: Mitigation Technologies in a Distributed Environment presents a solid theoretical foundation of the modern mitigation technologies employed in the power quality arena, and provides an overview of the most recent challenges in this field. Readers will learn about: how to deal with the multifaceted characteristics of power quality studies; how circuit and process design can be affected by the most common power disturbances; the implications that electromagnetic compatibility has on the equipment and installation design; how power electronic devices can improve the power quality of the distribution supply; and, the advances in IT that can support a better power quality. Power Quality: Mitigation Technologies in a Distributed Environment introduces the advanced concepts associated with power quality to engineers and students. It will make an excellent reference for facility electrical power engineers and maintenance technicians.

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