This webinar presents the fundamentals of harmonics, harmonic distortion and its sources, and related issues such as premature equipment failure or unplanned downtime. The presentation will demonstrate how to identify, analyze, and minimize or eliminate harmonics problems using the ETAP software.
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Power Systems Harmonic Analysis - Modeling & Mitigation
Please wait. Copy to clipboard. The Frequency scan capability included in this module is also available as an independent module. This analysis provides full impedance scan results and allows the user to see problematic areas even before installing harmonic devices.
Phase or sequence analysis Driving point and transfer point frequency scan analysis Harmonic voltage distortion analysis Harmonic current distortion analysis Calculation of telephonic interference indices TIF, IT, etc. The Harmonic Analysis module features stress analysis of capacitors, including those incorporated in filters, to help engineers determine whether the capacitors are rated properly according to user-defined or IEEE standard limits.
Harmonic analysis of a photovoltaic power plant
Likewise, fundamental resistor losses, fundamental and harmonic current through the reactance, and fundamental and harmonic voltage through the capacitor of filters are calculated to help engineers determine if the filters are sized properly. Users can model multiple types of harmonic sources to assess the effectiveness of filters and modify them at will in order to attain acceptable level of harmonic distortion indices on your network.
Our extensive library includes equipment such as: Ideal and non-ideal converters Generic single or multiple frequency current and voltage source models. This includes a library of drives with typical harmonic spectrum as per IEEE