Solutions to PQ Issues in a Chemical Industry

ABSTRACT

Debilitating effect on electrical system components due to high level of harmonics and consequent breakdown in the plant can be addressed by proper evaluation of the levels of harmonics present and adopting solutions to overcome the issues. This case study brings out an approach in this direction adopted successfully within a chemical industry.

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