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Diagnosing Power Quality-Related Computer Problems

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Key, Thomas S. ; Sandia Laboratories, Albequerque, NM.

Total reliance on sensitive electronic systems for such important functions as data processing, communications, and process control is now a way of life in our commercial, industrial, and governmental activities. This development has necessitated a new concern toward the quality of the electric power supply. Intermittent power disturbances, capable of disrupting electronic equipment are inherent to both commercial and industrial power systems. Any disruption causing downtime and financial loss, power-related or otherwise, is likely to precipitate a study to determine appropriate corrective actions. Unfortunately, analyzing the cause and effect of power disturbances can be difficult, particularly when sophisticated computer systems are involved. The ultimate purpose is to assist the electronic equipment users in reducing power-related downtime.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:IA-15 ,  Issue: 4 )