Comparison and Evaluation of Power Factor Correction Topologies for Industrial Applications

@inproceedings{Karatzaferis2013ComparisonAE,
  title={Comparison and Evaluation of Power Factor Correction Topologies for Industrial Applications},
  author={John Ch. Karatzaferis and Nick Papanikolaou and Emmanuel C. Tatakis and Michael I. Loupis and John Spanoudakis},
  year={2013}
}
Power factor correction is a major issue for all industries, since a typical industrial load is causing current delays, as well as higher order current harmonics. Power factor correction is often mandatory from the power companies, usually by charging the reactive power that the company consumes. Many solutions for power factor correction have been presented in the bibliography; in this paper, the most significant power factor correction topologies will be reviewed and simulated with SABER RD… CONTINUE READING

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