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A shunt active filter based on voltage detection for harmonic termination of a radial power distribution line

A shunt active filter based on voltage detection for harmonic termination of a radial power distribution line,10.1109/28.767015,IEEE Transactions on I

A shunt active filter based on voltage detection for harmonic termination of a radial power distribution line   (Citations: 89)
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This paper focuses on a shunt active filter based on the detection of harmonic voltages at the point of installation. The objective of the active filter is to attenuate harmonic propagation resulting from series/parallel resonance between capacitors for power factor correction and line inductors in a power distribution line. The active filter acts as a low resistor to the external circuit for harmonic frequencies, and it is installed on the end bus of the power distribution line, just like a 50 Ω terminator installed on the end terminal of a signal transmission line. Therefore, the function of the active filter is referred to as “harmonic termination” in this paper. Experimental results obtained from a laboratory system rated at 200 V and 20 kW verify that the active filter for the purpose of harmonic termination has the capability of harmonic damping throughout the power distribution line
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications - IEEE TRANS IND APPL , vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 638-645, 1999
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