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Electric power quality is the degree to which the voltage, frequency, and waveform of a power supply system conform to established specifications. Good power quality can be defined as a steady supply voltage that stays within the prescribed range, steady a. In general, it is useful to consider power quality as the compatibility between what comes out of an electric outlet and the load that is plugged into it. Without the proper power, an electrical device or load may malfunction, fail prematurely or not operate at all. There are many ways in which electric power can be of poor quality and many more causes of such poor quality power.

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Electric power quality is the degree to which the voltage, frequency, and waveform of a power supply system conform to established specifications. Good power quality can be defined as a steady supply voltage that stays within the prescribed range, steady a. In general, it is useful to consider power quality as the compatibility between what comes out of an electric outlet and the load that is plugged into it.

Without the proper power, an electrical device or load may malfunction, fail prematurely or not operate at all. There are many ways in which electric power can be of poor quality and many more causes of such poor quality power. The electric power industry comprises electricity generation AC power , electric power transmission and ultimately electric power distribution to an electricity meter located at the premises of the end user of the electric power.

The electricity then moves through the wiring system of the end user until it reaches the load. The complexity of the system to move electric energy from the point of production to the point of consumption combined with variations in weather, generation, demand and other factors provide many opportunities for the quality of supply to be compromised. While "power quality" is a convenient term for many, it is the quality of the voltage —rather than power or electric current —that is actually described by the term.

Power is simply the flow of energy and the current demanded by a load is largely uncontrollable. It is often useful to think of power quality as a compatibility problem: is the equipment connected to the grid compatible with the events on the grid, and is the power delivered by the grid, including the events, compatible with the equipment that is connected?

Compatibility problems always have at least two solutions: in this case, either clean up the power, or make the equipment tougher. The tolerance of data-processing equipment to voltage variations is often characterized by the CBEMA curve , which give the duration and magnitude of voltage variations that can be tolerated.

Ideally, AC voltage is supplied by a utility as sinusoidal having an amplitude and frequency given by national standards in the case of mains or system specifications in the case of a power feed not directly attached to the mains with an impedance of zero ohms at all frequencies.

Each of these power quality problems has a different cause. Some problems are a result of the shared infrastructure. For example, a fault on the network may cause a dip that will affect some customers; the higher the level of the fault, the greater the number affected.

Harmonic problems can be dealt with by a combination of good design practice and well proven reduction equipment. Power conditioning is modifying the power to improve its quality. An uninterruptible power supply can be used to switch off of mains power if there is a transient temporary condition on the line.

However, cheaper UPS units create poor-quality power themselves, akin to imposing a higher-frequency and lower- amplitude square wave atop the sine wave. This remanufactured sine wave is of higher quality than the original AC power feed. A surge protector or simple capacitor or varistor can protect against most overvoltage conditions, while a lightning arrester protects against severe spikes.

Electronic filters can remove harmonics. Modern systems use sensors called phasor measurement units PMU distributed throughout their network to monitor power quality and in some cases respond automatically to them. Using such smart grids features of rapid sensing and automated self healing of anomalies in the network promises to bring higher quality power and less downtime while simultaneously supporting power from intermittent power sources and distributed generation , which would if unchecked degrade power quality.

A power quality compression algorithm is an algorithm used in the analysis of power quality. To provide high quality electric power service, it is essential to monitor the quality of the electric signals also termed as power quality PQ at different locations along an electrical power network.

Electrical utilities carefully monitor waveforms and currents at various network locations constantly, to understand what lead up to any unforeseen events such as a power outage and blackouts. This is particularly critical at sites where the environment and public safety are at risk institutions such as hospitals, sewage treatment plants, mines, etc. Engineers have at their disposal many meters, [6] that are able to read and display electrical power waveforms and calculating parameters of the waveforms.

These parameters may include, for example, current and voltage RMS, phase relationship between waveforms of a multi-phase signal, power factor , frequency , THD , active power kW , reactive power kVAr , apparent power kVA and active energy kWh , reactive energy kVArh and apparent energy kVAh and many more. In order to sufficiently monitor unforeseen events, Ribeiro et al. For instance, at a sampling rate of 32 samples per cycle, 1, samples are collected per second. For three-phase meters that measure both voltage and current waveforms, the data is times as much.

More practical solutions developed in recent years store data only when an event occurs for example, when high levels of power system harmonics are detected or alternatively to store the RMS value of the electrical signals. Nisenblat et al. This algorithm referred to as PQZip empowers a processor with a memory that is sufficient to store the waveform, under normal power conditions, over a long period of time, of at least a month, two months or even a year.

The compression is performed in real time, as the signals are acquired; it calculates a compression decision before all the compressed data is received. For instance should one parameter remain constant, and various others fluctuate, the compression decision retains only what is relevant from the constant data, and retains all the fluctuation data.

It then decomposes the waveform of the power signal of numerous components, over various periods of the waveform. It concludes the process by compressing the values of at least some of these components over different periods, separately. This real time compression algorithm, performed independent of the sampling, prevents data gaps and has a typical compression ratio.

A typical function of a power analyzer is generation of data archive aggregated over given interval. A significant archive sizes are created during an operation of such instrument.

As Kraus et al. By using prediction and modeling on the stored time series in the actual power quality archive the efficiency of post processing compression is usually further improved. This combination of simplistic techniques implies savings in both data storage and data acquisition processes. The quality of electricity supplied is set forth in international standards and their local derivatives, adopted by different countries:.

EN is the European standard for power quality, setting the acceptable limits of distortion for the different parameters defining voltage in AC power. It is defined as "recommended practice" [11] and, unlike EN, this guideline refers to current distortion as well as voltage.

IEC is the standard defining methods for monitoring power quality. Edition 3 includes current measurements, unlike earlier editions which related to voltage measurement alone.

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Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems and Power Quality Disturbances

Autonomous University of Madrid , Spain. The utilization of renewable energy sources such as wind energy, or solar energy, among others, is currently of greater interest. Nevertheless, since their availability is arbitrary and unstable this can lead to frequency variation, to grid instability and to a total or partial loss of load power supply, being not appropriate sources to be directly connected to the main utility grid. Additionally, the presence of a static converter as output interface of the generating plants introduces voltage and current harmonics into the electrical system that negatively affect system power quality. By integrating distributed power generation systems closed to the loads in the electric grid, we can eliminate the need to transfer energy over long distances through the electric grid. In this book the reader will be introduced to different power generation and distribution systems with an analysis of some types of existing disturbances and a study of different industrial applications such as battery charges.


The causes and consequences of power quality problems are discussed. Techniques power transmission and distribution systems; and in many from the point of generation far away from load centres to the. point of.


Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems and Power Quality Disturbances

Everything we consume or use requires energy to produce and package, to distribute to shops or front doors, to operate, and then to be got rid ofi. The global demand for energy is expected to increase but conventional energy sources are limited and have carbon emissions to the environment. The utilization of renewable energy sources such as wind energy, or solar energy, among others, is currently of greater interest. Nevertheless, since their availability is arbitrary and unstable this can lead to frequency variation, to grid instability and to a total or partial loss of load power supply.

But when power is disturbed at a factory, it can cause the malfunction and early breakdown of expensive equipment. Subtle power quality events often pass through traditional protection networks undetected and contribute to equipment degradation over time. Furthermore, the source of many power quality disturbances are the loads connected to the same network, causing disturbances to propagate through adjacent facilities and buildings. In order to overcome power quality challenges, it is necessary to monitor inputs and disturbances generated by the load. Power quality monitoring can provide appropriate protection to equipment and can help identify suitable mitigation techniques that improve power quality.

Elsherif, T. Fetouh, H. In recent years a multitude of events have created a new environment for the electric power infrastructure. The presence of small-scale generation near load spots is becoming common especially with the advent of renewable energy sources such as wind power energy. This type of generation is known as distributed generation DG.

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