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Power Quality Enhancement by DC Distribution

Elizabeth Cherian, Bindu G. R.,P. S. Chandramohanan Nair

2016/5/20

Abstract

Most of the electric equipment used in residential buildings operate with electric energy in the form of direct current (dc) in their internal circuits. The advent of many modern equipment in residential buildings which operate on dc has necessitated an in-depth study of their impact on
the distribution system. This paper presents an analysis of the performance of distribution system if these appliances are directly supplied by dc. As a part of this investigation a prototype conventional alternating current (ac) distribution system is analysed for different combinations of utility and load conditions by simulation. A hybrid ac-dc distribution network with minimum conversion stages is proposed.

Published in: Renewable Energy & Power Quality Journal (RE&PQJ),Vol. 1, Nº. 14
Pages:791-795 Date of Publication: 2016/5/20
ISSN: 2172-038X Date of Current Version:2016/5/4
REF:454-16 Issue Date: May 2016
DOI:10.24084/repqj14.454 Publisher: EA4EPQ

Authors and affiliations

Elizabeth Cherian(1),Bindu G.R(2), P.S. Chandramohanan Nair(3)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering, Govt. Engineering College Wayanad. Kerala.India
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum. Kerala. India
3. V K College of Engineering & Technology, Parippally, Kerala. India

Key words

Harmonics, Total harmonic distortion, Rectifier, DC distribution.

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