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This paper presents the analysis of shunt active
filter (SAF) in harmonic damping. SAF with voltage-based
detection control act as an active damping and able to
attenuate harmonic propagation throughout the power
distribution network. The active filter is implemented on two
different power line networks to assess its practicality in
different network configuration. The first network is 220-V
distribution power line and the second network is the reduced
equivalent WPP network of 150-kV, 444.4-MVA. Assessment
on the best place for active filter implementation is supported
by using harmonic resonance mode analysis method.
CitationHasan, K.N.Md [et al.]. Analysis on capability of harmonic damping using active filter acting as resistive harmonic impedance. A: IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition. "5th IEEE Annual International Energy Conversion Congress and Exhibition 2013 Proceeding". Melbourne: 2013, p. 2928-2933.
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