Publication Type : Conference Paper
Publisher : VCASAN-2013
Source : Proceedings of International Conference on VLSI, Communication, Advanced Devices, Signals & Systems and Networking (VCASAN-2013), Springer India, India (2013)
Url : https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-81-322-1524-0_47
ISBN : 9788132215240
Campus : Bengaluru
School : School of Engineering
Department : Electrical and Electronics
Year : 2013
Abstract : The objective of the electric utility is to deliver sinusoidal voltage at fairly constant magnitude throughout their system. As the load is more nonlinear, complexities also increase since these nonlinear loads produce harmonic currents. These harmonic currents result in voltage and current distortions that can adversely impact the system performance in different ways. With the increase in harmonic producing loads at the installation, severity to address the issue also increases. As an impact of these phenomena, two important concepts are to be borne in mind with regard to power system harmonics. They are harmonic current generated due to nonlinear loads such as computers and printers, and the second is the effect of harmonic currents [1, 2]. In this work, the harmonics generated due to computer and printer is analyzed using power quality analyzer and harmonics are eliminated using wavelet transform.
Cite this Research Publication : Vidya H. A., Priyashree S., and Venkatesha K., “Harmonic Analysis and its Elimination in Nonlinear Loads Using Wavelet Transform”, in Proceedings of International Conference on VLSI, Communication, Advanced Devices, Signals & Systems and Networking (VCASAN-2013), India, 2013.