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Power-quality Monitoring

M. M. Canteli
Published 2007 · Computer Science

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Instrumentation for the measurement of conducted disturbances in power systems has undergone great development during the last decade. From the first instrumentation designed for general-purpose measurements, up to the current highly improved transients recorders, this kind of device has continuously evolved, becoming increasingly more specialised. In addition to the evolution of the hardware, there has also been significant activity in all topics related to the development of software for the analysis of measurements. In fact, managing records of power-quality (PQ) events is a problem that is growing day by day. Power-quality (PQ) monitoring should consider some basic questions:
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