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Recent developments in equipment for protection of series capacitors, damping of resonance, and limitation of fault currents provide a useful means for reducing voltage drop and flicker when induction motors are started or suddenly loaded, and to improve operating conditions of a circuit during normal conditions by decreasing voltage regulation and by reducing short-circuit current during faults on the circuit. These recent developments also include equipment for suppressing ferro-resonance and subsynchronous resonance, and protective equipment to prevent service interruptions because of internal failure in the series capacitor assembly.
Industry and General Applications, IEEE Transactions on (Volume:IGA-5 , Issue: 4 )
Date of Publication: July 1969