This section is for the users to facilitate electronically managing relevant Power Quality (PQ) knowledge. This would help them establish relevant management systems via training and become well aware of various economic solutions.
When purchasing transformers it is important to compare the cost of the losses over the entire lifetime of the various types considered.
DNV GL’s Transformer Loss Calculation Tool enables you to choose the economically most efficient transformer based on lifetime parameters such as capitalized cost, CO2 emissions, payback time and internal rate of return.
In a clear summary table and intuitive graphs the tool provides you with additional information about the no-load and load loss evaluation (A and B factors), in case these are not known in advance. It calculates transformer losses when there are harmonics in the loading.
INTRODUCTION TO POWER QUALITY David Chapman, February 2012
- It is unlikely that a single solution will be effective or a site suffering from poor power quality
- Careful design of a solutions mix is needed
- This mix should be tailored to the pr…
Leonardo ENERGY Academy launches its e-learning initiative with a comprehensive programme on power quality. The first course introduces the topic of power quality and then focusses on voltage dips and short interruptions.
The course should take between 12 to 20 hours for participants…
Learn about Power flow, Sags, Dips, Phase rotation, Harmonics, Flicker and more!
Rev 3.0.4 February 2006 Single-phase distortion, Power triangles, vector-based phase shift during voltage sags, waveforms with phase-sequence vectors, additional translations, and more.