Power Quality in Electrical Systems by Kusko and Thompson
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Power Quality in Electrical Systems by Kusko and Thompson



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Authors of Power Quality in Electrical Systems


ALEXANDER KUSKO, SC.D., P.E., is Corporate Vice President of Exponent. He was formerly an associate professor of engineering at MIT. Dr. Kusko is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and served on the committee for the original IEEE Standard 519-1981 on Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems.

MARC T. THOMPSON, PH.D., is President of Thompson Consulting, Inc., an engineering consulting firm specializing in power electronics, magnetic design, and analog circuits and systems.

He is also an adjunct professor of electrical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a firefighter with the Harvard (Massachusetts) Fire Department.

Power Quality in Electrical Systems Contents


Chapter 1. Introduction 

  1. Background 
  2. Ideal Voltage Waveform 
  3. Nonlinear Load:The Rectifier 
  4. The Definition of Power Quality 
  5. Examples of poor power quality 
  6. The need for corrections 
  7. The Scope of This Text 
  8. Comment on References
  9. References 

Chapter 2. Power-Quality Standards 

  1. IEEE Standards 519 and 1159 
  2. ANSI Standard C84
  3. CBEMA and ITIC Curves 
  4. High-Frequency EMI Standards
  5. Summary
  6. References 

Chapter 3. Voltage Distortion 

  1. Voltage Sag 
  2. Voltage “Swell” 
  3. Impulsive “Transient” 
  4. Oscillatory “Transient” 
  5. Interruption 
  6. Notching 
  7. Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker 
  8. Voltage Imbalance 
  9. Summary 
  10. References 

Chapter 4. Harmonics and Interharmonics 

  1. Background
  2. Periodic Waveforms and Harmonics 
  3. Root-mean square 
  4. DC current 
  5. Pure sine wave 
  6. Square wave 
  7. DC waveform + ripple 
  8. Triangular ripple 
  9. Pulsating waveform 
  10. Pulsating waveform with ripple 
  11. Triangular waveform 
  12. Piecewise Calculation 
  13. Total Harmonic Distortion 
  14. Crest Factor 
  15. Summary 
  16. References 

Chapter 5. Harmonic Current Sources

  1. Background 
  2. Single-Phase Rectifiers 
  3. Three-Phase Rectifiers
  4. The six-pulse rectifier
  5. The twelve-pulse rectifier
  6. High-Frequency Fluorescent Ballasts 
  7. Transformers 
  8. Other Systems that Draw Harmonic Currents
  9. Summary
  10. References 

Chapter 6. Power Harmonic Filters 

  1. Introduction 
  2. A Typical Power System 
  3. IEEE Std. 519-1992 
  4. Line reactor 
  5. Shunt passive filter 
  6. Multisection filters 
  7. Practical Considerations in the Use of Passive Filters 
  8. Active harmonic filters 
  9. Hybrid harmonic filters 
  10. Summary 
  11. References 

Chapter 7. Switch Mode Power Supplies 

  1. Background
  2. Offline Power Supplies
  3. DC/DC Converter high-frequency switching waveforms
  4. and interharmonic generation 
  5. Testing for conducted EMI 
  6. Corrective measures for improving conducted EMI 
  7. Summary
  8. References 

Chapter 8. Methods for Correction of Power-Quality

  1. Problems 
  2. Introduction 
  3. Correction Methods
  4. Voltage disturbances versus correction methods 
  5. Reliability 
  6. Design of load equipment 
  7. The design of electric-power supply systems 
  8. Power harmonic filters 
  9. Utilization-dynamic voltage compensators
  10. Uninterruptible power supplies
  11. Transformers 
  12. Standby power systems 
  13. Summary 
  14. References 

Chapter 9. Uninterruptible Power Supplies 

  1. Introduction 
  2. History
  3. Types of UPS Equipment 
  4. Commercial equipment 
  5. Energy storage 
  6. Batteries 
  7. Flywheels 
  8. Fuel cells 
  9. Ultracapacitors 
  10. Summary 
  11. References 

Chapter 10. Dynamic Voltage Compensators 

  1. Introduction 
  2. Principle of Operation 
  3. Operation on ITIC curve 
  4. Detection of disturbance and control 
  5. Commercial equipment 
  6. Summary 
  7. References 

Chapter 11. Power Quality Events 

  1. Introduction 
  2. Method 1
  3. Method 2 
  4. Personal Computers 
  5. Power-quality characteristics 
  6. Modes of malfunction 
  7. Sensitivity to voltage sags and interruptions 
  8. Correction measures 
  9. Correction measures 
  10. AC Contactors and relays 
  11. Operation
  12. The Impact of Voltage Disturbance 
  13. Correction methods 
  14. Summary 
  15. References 

Chapter 12. Electric Motor Drive Equipment 

  1. Electric Motors 
  2. Induction Motors 
  3. Operation 
  4. Hazards 
  5. Phenomena 
  6. Protection 
  7. Adjustable Speed Drives 
  8. Application 
  9. Voltage disturbances 
  10. Voltage unbalance 
  11. Protective measures 
  12. Summary 
  13. References 

Chapter 13. Standby Power Systems 

  1. Principles: Standby Power System Design
  2. Components to Assemble Standby Power Systems 
  3. Sample Standby Power Systems 
  4. Engine-Generator Sets 
  5. Standards
  6. Component parts of an E/G set installation 
  7. Transfer switches 
  8. Summary
  9. References

Chapter 14. Power Quality Measurements 

  1. Multimeters 
  2. Oscilloscopes
  3. Current Probes 
  4. Search Coils 
  5. Power-Quality Meters and Analyzers
  6. Current Transformer Analysis in Detail 
  7. Summary 
  8. References 

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