A new method for both harmonic voltage and harmonic current suppression and power factor correction in industrial power systems
Abstract
This paper proposes a new method for designing a group of single tuned filters for both harmonic current injection suppression and harmonic voltage distortion reduction and power factor correction. The proposed method is based on three purposes: (1) reduction of harmonic voltage distortion in the source terminals to an acceptable level, (2) suppression of harmonic current injection in the source terminals to an acceptable level, (3) improvement of power factor at the source terminals. To determine the size of the capacitor in a group of single tuned filters, three new NLP mathematical formulations will be introduced. The first is to suppress harmonic current injection within an acceptable level. The second is to minimize the fundamental reactive power output while reducing harmonic voltage distortion to an acceptable level. The third is to determine an optimal assignment of reactive power output based on the results of harmonic voltage reduction and power factor correction. This new method has been demonstrated for designing a group of single tuned filters and its validity has been successfully confirmed through numerical simulation in a 35 KV industrial power system. The proposed method can efficiently provide an optimal coordination in a group of single tuned filters relating tomore »
 Authors:

 Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ. (China). Dept. of Electrical Power Engineering
 Hiroshima Univ., HigashiHiroshima (Japan). Dept. of Electrical Engineering
 Publication Date:
 OSTI Identifier:
 397846
 Report Number(s):
 CONF9505342
ISBN 0780324803; TRN: IM9649%%54
 Resource Type:
 Conference
 Resource Relation:
 Conference: 1995 IEEE industrial and commercial power systems technical conference, San Antonio, TX (United States), 711 May 1995; Other Information: PBD: 1995; Related Information: Is Part Of 1995 IEEE industrial and commercial power systems technical conference; PB: 225 p.
 Country of Publication:
 United States
 Language:
 English
 Subject:
 24 POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION; HARMONICS; DAMPING; POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS; POWER FACTOR; INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
Citation Formats
Cheng, H, Sasaki, Hiroshi, and Yorino, Naoto. A new method for both harmonic voltage and harmonic current suppression and power factor correction in industrial power systems. United States: N. p., 1995.
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Cheng, H, Sasaki, Hiroshi, & Yorino, Naoto. A new method for both harmonic voltage and harmonic current suppression and power factor correction in industrial power systems. United States.
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"A new method for both harmonic voltage and harmonic current suppression and power factor correction in industrial power systems". United States.
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abstractNote = {This paper proposes a new method for designing a group of single tuned filters for both harmonic current injection suppression and harmonic voltage distortion reduction and power factor correction. The proposed method is based on three purposes: (1) reduction of harmonic voltage distortion in the source terminals to an acceptable level, (2) suppression of harmonic current injection in the source terminals to an acceptable level, (3) improvement of power factor at the source terminals. To determine the size of the capacitor in a group of single tuned filters, three new NLP mathematical formulations will be introduced. The first is to suppress harmonic current injection within an acceptable level. The second is to minimize the fundamental reactive power output while reducing harmonic voltage distortion to an acceptable level. The third is to determine an optimal assignment of reactive power output based on the results of harmonic voltage reduction and power factor correction. This new method has been demonstrated for designing a group of single tuned filters and its validity has been successfully confirmed through numerical simulation in a 35 KV industrial power system. The proposed method can efficiently provide an optimal coordination in a group of single tuned filters relating to suppressing harmonic current injection, reducing harmonic voltage distortion and improving power factor.},
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