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A new method for classification and presentation of voltage reduction events

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Summary form only given. This paper describes a new method for classification and presentation of voltage sag and short interruption performance information for individual sites and entire systems. The method expands on traditional methods by including information about the individual phase voltages during the disturbance, rather than just a single magnitude and duration. This improved method provides better information for correlation with equipment impacts associated with the voltage sags and short interruptions. The method is validated with sag and interruption data measured/recorded in actual power systems and with results of simulations on an example system.

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2005. IEEE

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12-16 June 2005

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