• Published 2014

Comparing Harmonics Mitigation Techniques Revision 3 – 2014-04-08

@inproceedings{Persson2014ComparingHM,
  title={Comparing Harmonics Mitigation Techniques Revision 3 – 2014-04-08},
  author={Jonas Persson and AB Comsys and F{\"a}ltspatv{\"a}gen},
  year={2014}
}
the document at hand compares harmonic mitigation techniques in a range of applications and settings. Theoretical and practical comparisons are made between active and passive series and shunt filters. The overall context is to reduce harmonic loading in a drive system. Advantages and disadvantages of parallel and series approaches is discussed, as well as advantages and disadvantages of active and passive solutions. Practical results are discussed in a number of case studies. 

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