Solution methods and recommendations for power quality analysis in power systems
AuthorTür, Mehmet Rida
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CitationTür, M. R. (2018). Solution methods and recommendations for power quality analysis in power systems. Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2 (2), 1-9.
Power quality means to maintain or compensate the nominal size and frequency of the near sinusoidal nominal voltage and current of the power system. As an undesirable condition in the power quality, the energy loss leads to a decrease in the efficiency of the system and the failure in sustainability in energy. In most cases, the control of the power quality means that the voltage is controlled, ie, the frequency balance. This is because in most cases the tension can be more easily controlled from the current. More specifically, power quality can be explained by some parameters such as continuity of service, change of voltage magnitude in transient voltages and currents, and harmonic content. To define the importance of power quality problems, we can say that poor power quality leads to unnecessary power and economic waste. This also directly affects the risk of reliability in energy. In addition, it creates a financial burden for suppliers and consumers. Unstable voltage and frequency often create problems with the power flow in the transmission line. Several methods are used to solve basic power quality problems. In this study, energy quality solution methods, especially reserve requirements, have been examined and solution suggestions are presented.
SourceJournal of Engineering and Technology
- Cilt 2, Sayı 2 
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