Chapter 3 Voltage Distortion


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Chapter 3 Voltage Distortion
1010603Chapter 3 Voltage DistortionIn this chapter, we shall discuss distortion of the line-voltage sine waves. Distortion to the line-voltage waveforms can be caused by transient or continuous disturbances. Examples of transient disturbances include lightning, motor starting and stopping, clearing faults, and other harmonic-generating occurrences. Throughout the chapter, we use PSPICE simulation results to illustrate examples of voltage distortion. A chart summarizing voltage distortion and its causes is shown at the end of this chapter.…
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Alexander Kusko: Power Quality in Electrical Systems. Chapter 3 Voltage Distortion, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export