A SVD-Based Synchrophasor Estimator for P-Class PMUs With Improved Immune From Interharmonic Tones

  title={A SVD-Based Synchrophasor Estimator for P-Class PMUs With Improved Immune From Interharmonic Tones},
  author={Dongfang Zhao and Fuping Wang and Shisong Li and Lei Chen and Wei Zhao and Songling Huang},
  journal={IEEE Access},
The increasing use of renewable generation, power electronic devices, and nonlinear loads in power systems brings more severe interharmonic tones to the measurand, which can increase estimation errors of P-class PMUs, cause misoperation of protection relays, and even threaten the stability of the power systems. Therefore, the performance of the P-class synchrophasor estimator under interharmonic interference should be evaluated and new estimation schemes that can improve the operational… 


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