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Harmonics: the effects on power quality and transformers

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2 Author(s)
Henderson, R.D. ; RDH Consultants Inc., Charlotte, NC, USA ; Rose, P.J.

The use of nonlinear devices such as rectifiers or converters, power supplies and other devices utilizing solid-state switching has increased in industry during. Unfortunately, the effect of harmonic distortion has also increased on the industrial power system as a direct result. This paper is based upon actual harmonic studies on 480 V, three-phase, variable speed drives and the effects of harmonics on transformers in those systems. It also includes the recommendations for correction of the problems resulting from harmonic distortion

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 3 )