Behaviour of Reactive Energy Meters in Polluted Power Systems


The reactive energy meters used in electric distribution networks are based on a conventional definition of reactive energy (or power) for sinusoidal voltages and currents, containing only the fundamental frequency component. As a consequence, the performances of reactive energy meters in the presence of harmonic distortion are not tested and their accuracy… (More)


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@inproceedings{Barbaro2006BehaviourOR, title={Behaviour of Reactive Energy Meters in Polluted Power Systems}, author={Pietro Vincenzo Barbaro and Antonio Cataliotti and Valentina Cosentino and Salvatore Nuccio}, year={2006} }