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Interline Dynamic Voltage Restorer Technique Used to Eliminate and Mitigate Total Harmonic Distortion

Author(s):

Amit Kumar , BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR ENGINEERING COLLEGE, FATEHGARH SAHIB, PUNJAB; Simranjeet Singh, BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR ENGINEERING COLLEGE, FATEHGARH SAHIB, PUNJAB

Keywords:

Distributed Power System, DVR, IDVR, Total Harmonic Distortion

Abstract

Nowadays, various issues related to bad quality of generated power come across the distribution system. Some of the examples that represent the poor quality of power are poor power factor, load connected with three phases remain unbalanced, voltage dip and distortion because of introduction of harmonics in the signal. In order to produce reliable distribution power quality, DVR and IDVR can be implemented in the network. It implements the voltage boosting technique by connecting the solid state switches in the parallel to compensate the voltage dips in the network. The author focuses to the issue of harmonic distortion in DVR and IDVR, in order to perform Harmon is distortion mitigation; this study introduces a proposal technique in which the IDVR is implemented. The objective of applying IDVR is to replace the traditional DVR. As the IDVR comprises of two or more DVRs and it is found to be quite capable to handle the sensitive load. In this manner the voltage sag can be mitigated. The proposed models are also defined by the author.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV6I60212
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2018
Page(s): 297-300

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