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.

DOWNLOAD RESOURCES

CS29-CHEMICAL-2010-Solutions-to-PQ-Issues-in-a-Chemical-Industry.pdf

Related POST

Impact of Electric Vehicles on Power Quality

Today energy efficiency is a top priority, boosted by a major concern with climatic changes and by t..

Read more

Unlocking the value in the volume of PQ Data

PQ Data, whether its voltage disturbances, current unbalance or any such other critical parameter, i..

Read more

Power Week 2016

Designed for the global electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK provides 5 days of networking o..

Read more

Seem National Technical Series On Back Your Pat With Sound Energy Audit

You are invited to register for our next phase of National Technical Series on Back your PAT with Qu..

Read more

Solution to Failure of Electrical Components and Harmonic Problems Textile Industry

This Power Quality survey was conducted in a leading textile mill at south India manufacturing vario..

Read more

Cable Conductor Sizing for Minimum Life Cycle Cost

Energy prices are high and expected to rise. All CO2 emissions are being scrutinized by regulators a..

Read more

18th Webinar - kVAh Billing - the 4 things you must know to optimize energy bills

30th July, 2020(Thursday) - After implementation of the kVAh tariff structure by MSEDCL in April 202..

Read more

16th Webinar - Power requirement for EV charging stations and impact on grid for high scale adoption

10th May, 2018 (Thursday) - Over the past few years, Electric vehicles have become a very important..

Read more
Drop us a message

You're in the right place! Just drop us a message. How can we help?

Or see contact page
There seems to be some problem with validating your request. Please try again.
Thank You! Your message has been delivered.