Solution to capacitors failure in an engineering / manufacturing industry

ABSTRACT

This industry is engaged in manufacture of engines which are crucial for reliable operation of an auto mobile or a generator. High level of harmonics in the system could result in unreliable performance of the critical equipments in the industry, resulting in production losses and quality issues. A study to identify and arrive at solutions in such a manufacturing industry helps to over come these issues.

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