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Reproducibility and Uncertainty of Conducted Emission Measurements for Adjustable-Speed Electrical Power Drive Characterization

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3 Author(s)
G. Betta ; DAEIMI, University of Cassino ; D. Capriglione ; M. Laracca

This paper deals with the estimation of systematic and random contributions that could influence the measurement of conducted emissions by adjustable-speed electrical power drive systems. Aside from the uncertainty due to the measurement chain, the electromagnetic compatibility test arrangement was considered as a possible source of uncertainty since it could compromise both the result reliability and the compliance/noncompliance of a given apparatus. In order to completely identify all the uncertainty components, tests were carried out by varying a number of influencing configuration parameters. Their effects on the measurement results were evaluated for the most common inverter modulation techniques, and the measurement reproducibility was evaluated

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IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 5 )