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1. INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE
2. REFERENCES
3.0 BACKGROUND
3.1 Basic Responsibilities
3.2 IEEE 519 Application Concerns
3.3 The Harmonic Limits
3.3.1 Voltage Distortion Limits
3.3.2 Current Distortion Limits
3.4 Point of Common Coupling Assumption
4.0 GENERAL PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING HARMONIC LIMITS
4.1 General Evaluation Procedure
4.1.1 Stage 1: Automatic Acceptance
4.1.2 Stage 2: Evaluation According to the Current Limits
4.2 Evaluating the Time Varying Characteristics of Harmonics
4.2.1 Probability Distributions
4.2.2 Magnitude/Duration Limits for Short Duration Harmonic Levels
4.3 Measurement Considerations
4.3.1 Where to Measure
4.3.2 Harmonic Voltage Measurements
4.3.3 Harmonic Current Measurements
4.3.4 Monitoring Durations
4.3.5 Important System Conditions
4.3.6 Presentation of Measurement Results
4.3.5 Sampling Requirements
4.4 Finding the Source of Harmonics
5.0 APPLYING HARMONIC LIMITS FOR INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
5.1 Example Case Study
5.1.1 Background
5.1.2 System Description
5.1.3 Harmonic Source Characteristics
5.1.4 Selecting the PCC
5.1.5 Calculating Compliance with Harmonic Limits
5.1.6 Developing the Solution
5.1.7 Measurement Results/ Time Varying Characteristics
5.2 Characteristics of Most Important Load Types
5.2.1 Adjustable Speed AC Drives
5.2.2 DC Drives
5.2.3 Heating Processes
5.3 Power Factor Correction Considerations
5.3.1 Resonance Concerns
5.3.2 Power Factor Correction with Tuned Capacitors
5.3.3 Absorbing Harmonics from the Supply System
5.3.4 Automatic Power Factor Correction Systems
5.4 Filter Considerations
5.4.1 Passive Tuned Filters
5.4.2 Filter Performance Verification Measurements
5.4.3 Active Filters
5.5 Voltage Notching Concerns
5.6 Other Harmonic Producing Loads
5.6.1 Arc Furnaces
5.6.2 Semiconverters
5.6.4 Cycloconverters
5.6.5 Aluminum Rectifier Loads
6.0 APPLYING HARMONIC LIMITS FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS
6.1 Important Load Types for Commercial Facilities
6.2 Typical Harmonic Current Levels for Commercial Buildings
6.3 Example Problems and Solutions
6.3.1 Neutral Conductor Overloading
6.3.2 Transformer Heating
6.3.3 ASD Applications for HVAC
6.3.4 Lighting Retrofits
6.3.5 Harmonic Control for UPS Systems
6.3.6 Standby Generators
8.2.1 Voltage Distortion Limits
8.2.2 Current Distortion Limits
8.2.3 Exceptional Circumstances
8.3 Power System Equipment Application Considerations
8.3.1 Example - Static Var System Application
8.4 Harmonic Mitigation Techniques
8.4.1 Removal or Relocation of Shunt Capacitor Banks
8.4.2 Application of Passive Filters
8.4.3 Application of Active Filters
8.5 Economic Considerations
8.6 Other Considerations
8.6.1 Telephone Interference
8.6.2 Tariff Considerations
8.6.3 DSM Programs and Equipment Incentives
8.6.4 Torsional Interaction Concerns
8.6.5 Other Concerns
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IEEE-P519A D5-Guide for Applying Harmonic Limits on Power Systems

IEEE-P519A D5-Guide for Applying Harmonic Limits on Power Systems

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