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Power Quality Analysis and Analyzers


Power Quality: Definitions, power factor, reactive power for pure sine wave systems, distorted waveforms, factors defining power quality, factors affecting power quality, Load balancing techniques.

  • Basics of electrical technology.

  • Types of electrical loads.

  • Concept of linear and non-linear loads.

  • Reactive power significance on source and system losses.

  • Reasons of waveform distortions.

  • Factors defining power quality.

  • Load Balancing techniques.

Harmonics: sources of generation of harmonics, measurement principles, analytical and experimental evaluation, harmonic analyzer, problems, solutions and practical examples.

  • Harmonics definition , Visual understanding , Sources of harmonics.

  • Measurement techniques.

  • Theoretical analysis of a new project.

  • Harmonic analysers, types, accessories, features.

  • Effects of harmonics on power system components.

  • Mitigation techniques.

  • Harmonic Filters, types, designs, application.

Principles of power measurement in sinusoidal and non sinusoidal waveforms.

  • Concept of fundamental power and total power.

  • Power factor and Deviation Power Factor.

  • Effect on source.

Different connections of CT and PT Used for power measurement. Safety precautions in power measurement.

  • Physical connections of CT & PT.

  • CT ratios, PT ratios, identification, connections.

  • Safety precautions.

  • Analysis of data collected.

  • Data Presentation.

  • Inferences.

Single phase and three phase power measurement. Power quality issues in power measurement. Power quality analysis using PQ analyser (If available at the training place).

  • Power measurement for multiple loads.

  • Single phase loads, balanced and unbalanced loads.

  • Three phase balanced loads.

  • Actual analysis.


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