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A new method of alternating current harmonic compensation in parallel systems of hybrid filters

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3 Author(s)
Kurowski, T. ; Ind. Electrotech. Inst., Zielona Gora, Poland ; Strzelecki, R. ; Supronowicz, H.

This paper describes the possibility of utilizing the active filtration channel with elements modelling appropriately the transmittance to compensate current perturbances in the supply line, generated by nonlinear three-phase loads or by the deformed supply voltage. The perturbance compensation carried out in the lateral branch of the “gamma” type low-pass filter is based on compensation properties in the so-called open system, with its main property which is the invariance towards the frequency and simultaneously with a high value of the filter attenuation coefficient which is characteristic for resonance filters. An example of realization and the simulation result in the time range are given

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Industrial Electronics, 1996. ISIE '96., Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on  (Volume:2 )

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17-20 Jun 1996

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