Power Electronics Converter Harmonics: Multipulse Methods for Clean Power

Power Electronics Converter Harmonics: Multipulse Methods for Clean Power

Author: Derek A. Paice

Harmonics generating non-linear electrical equipment is here to stay. There will be more non-linear equipment to be installed to serve as solutions to process issues. Computers and variable frequency drives dominate the types of non-linear loads adding more problems to power systems quality.

Power Electronics Converter Harmonics: Multipulse Methods for Clean Power is one book that deals with the assessment of harmonics in a power system and how to meet existing standards. The treatment of the author about harmonics is very thorough. However, sometimes the author tends to cut short some explanations that to be able to understand what the author is trying to say is to dig deeper into the text of the book. I was able to follow most sample calculations but in some sections of the book, I am still wondering how some results were achieved. This book is not for the newbie but for professionals who wants to expound their knowledge on harmonics assessment.

Book Abstract

Power Electronic Converter Harmonics Multipulse Methods for Clean Power will be much appreciated by designers, the utilities, and users. An invaluable guide on the cutting edge technology of applied power electronics for energy-saving systems. The author, Derek A. Paice, one of the foremost experts in the field, brings you new circuit schematics and easy-to-follow methods for practical system analysis, using actual field test results. Power Electronic Converter Harmonics will be indispensable to anyone looking for optimum concepts for power electronics design, including applications engineers, consultants, and manufacturers.

This book offers thorough coverage of:

  • Requirements, calculations, and standards for harmonics
  • Power source representation
  • Multipulse methods and transformers
  • Double-wound, auto-wound, interphase, and current-control transformers
  • Multiphase circuit performance
  • Practical applications
  • Useful formulas for analysis