A Laboratory For Power Quality Analysis

This paper describes a laboratory designed for electrical power quality analysis. Among the different types of disturbances in voltage supply that the laboratory allows us to generate are harmonics, voltage dips and short interruptions in voltage supply, voltage imbalance and frequency deviations. Using this laboratory we can test software for analysis, detection and classification of power quality disturbances and also study their effects on equipment

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