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Modeling and simulation of the propagation of harmonics in electric power networks. I. Concepts, models, and simulation techniques

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This two-part report presents a review of the modeling and analysis of harmonic propagation in electric power systems, along with practical considerations and sample case studies. Part I of the report concentrates on the theoretical aspects of harmonics modeling and simulation. Concepts and characteristics of power system harmonics, modeling of harmonic sources and network components, and techniques for network-wide harmonic analysis are discussed

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )