High harmonics levels in a non- linear loads environment in a metal manufacturing industry

ABSTRACT

Apart from the high level of harmonic presence in the industry due to non?linear loads, many units face inherent issues of supply quality which may be beyond their control. The study is one such instance of a metal industry located in polluted utility supply environment.

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