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Title: Harmonic filter design to mitigate two resonant points in a distribution network
Authors: Bester, SJ 
Atkinson-Hope, Gary 
Keywords: Capacitors;DIgSILENT;Distortions;Harmonic Filters;Resonance
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: IEEE
Source: S. J. Bester and G. Atkinson-Hope, "Harmonic filter design to mitigate two resonant points in a distribution network," AUPEC 2011, Brisbane, QLD, 2011, pp. 1-5.
Abstract: This paper investigates the usage of passive harmonic filters to mitigate harmonic distortions when two resonant points are present in a system caused by shunt capacitors used for power factor correction and bus voltage regulation. Six scenarios were investigated using DIgSILENT 14 Power Factory software. The investigations are with and without power factor correction and capacitors used to increase bus voltage. Passive harmonic filters are designed to reduce harmonic distortions at the point of common coupling (PCC) to fall within the IEEE 519 harmonic voltage and current limits caused by parallel resonance. The results of the case studies are analysed to evaluate the effectiveness of the filter design.
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