Corpus ID: 190913513

Caracterización armónica de dispositivos de iluminación de eficiencia energética

  title={Caracterizaci{\'o}n arm{\'o}nica de dispositivos de iluminaci{\'o}n de eficiencia energ{\'e}tica},
  author={Molina Guzm{\'a}n and Julio C{\'e}sar.},
La presente Tesis Doctoral se defiende bajo la modalidad de un compendio de seis (6) articulos publicados en revistas indexadas en el Science Citation Index. En ella se desarrolla la modelizacion armonica de algunos de los dispositivos de iluminacion de eficiencia energetica mas habituales en las instalaciones electricas (i.e. las lamparas de descarga de alta intensidad con balasto magnetico HIDLs, las lamparas fluorescentes compactas con balasto integrado CFLs y las lamparas de estado solido… Expand
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  • D. Matvoz, M. Maksić
  • Engineering
  • 2012 IEEE 15th International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power
  • 2012
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