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The threatened limitations of conven- Typical voltage:

tional electrical power sources have phase-to-phase = 208/480V

focused a great deal of attention on phase-to-neutral = 120/277V

power, its application, monitoring and

correction. Power economics now play a

critical role in industry as never before.

With the high cost of power generation,

transmission, and distribution, it is of

paramount concern to effectively moni-

tor and control the use of energy.

The electric utility’s primary goal is to

meet the power demand of its customers Figure 1: 1Ø System

at all times and under all conditions.

But as the electrical demand grows in Three-Phase, 3-Wire Systems

size and complexity, modifications and Figure 3: 3Ø, 4-Wire System

In this type of system, commonly known

additions to existing electric power

as the “DELTA” configuration, the volt-

networks have become increasingly Balanced vs. Unbalanced Loads

age between each pair of line wires is the

expensive. The measuring and monitoring

actual transformer voltage. This system A balanced load is an AC power system

of electric power have become even

is frequently used for power loads in using more than two wires, where the

more critical because of down time

commercial and industrial buildings. In current flow is equal in each of the

associated with equipment breakdown

such cases, service to the premises is current-carrying conductors. Many

and material failures.

made at 208V, three-phase. Feeders systems today represent an unbalanced

For economic reasons, electric power is carry the power to panel boards supply- condition due to uneven loading on a

generated by utility companies at rela- ing branch circuits for motor loads. particular phase. This often occurs when

tively high voltages (4160, 6900, 13,800 Lighting loads are usually handled by a electrical expansion is affected with little

volts are typical). These high voltages separate single-phase service. The 480V regard to even distribution of loads

are then reduced at the consumption site distribution is often used in industrial between phases or several nonlinear

by step-down transformers to lower val- buildings with substantial motor loads. loads on the same system.

ues which may be safely and more easi-

RMS vs. Average Sensing

ly used in commercial, industrial and

residential applications. The term RMS (root-mean-square) is

used in relation to alternating current

Personnel and property safety are the

waveforms and simply means “equiva-

most important factors in the operation

lent” or “effective,” referring to the

of electrical system operation. Reliability

amount of work done by the equivalent

is the first consideration in providing

value of direct current (DC). The term

safety. The reliability of any electrical

RMS is necessary to describe the value

system depends upon knowledge, pre-

of alternating current, which is

ventive maintenance and subsequently

constantly changing in amplitude and

the test equipment used to monitor that

polarity at regular intervals. RMS

system. Figure 2: 3Ø, 3-Wire System

measurements provide a more accurate

Three-Phase, 4-Wire Systems representation of actual current or

TYPICAL VOLTAGE voltage values. This is very important for

CONFIGURATIONS Known as the “WYE” type connection, nonlinear (distorted) waveforms.

Single-Phase Systems this is the system most commonly used

in commercial and industrial buildings. Until recently, most loads were “linear”;

Single-phase residential loads are almost In office or other commercial buildings, that is, the load impedance remained

universally supplied through 120/240V, 3- the 480V three-phase, 4-wire feeders essentially constant regardless of the

wire, single-phase services. Large appli- are carried to each floor, where 480V applied voltage. With expanding markets

ances such as ranges, water heaters, and three-phase is tapped to a power panel of computers, uninterruptable power

clothes dryers are supplied at 240V. or motors. General area fluorescent supplies, and variable speed motor

Lighting, small appliances, and outlet lighting that uses 277V ballasts is drives, resulting nonlinear waveforms

receptacles are supplied at 120V. In this connected between each leg and are drastically different.

system the two “hot” or current carrying neutral; 208Y/120 three-phase, 4-wire Measuring nonsinusoidal voltage and

conductors are 180 degrees out-of-phase circuits are derived from step-down current waveforms requires a True RMS

with respect to the neutral. transformers for local lighting and meter. Conventional meters usually

receptacle outlets. measure the average value of the

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amplitudes of a waveform. Some meters The fundamental unit for measuring In the case of a single-phase motor, the

are calibrated to read the equivalent RMS usage is the watthour (Wh), or more typ- actual power is the sum of several

value (.707 x peak); this type calibration ically the kilowatthour (kWh). This value components:

is a true representation only when the represents usage of 1000W for one hour.

a. the work performed by the system;

waveform is a pure sine wave (i.e., no Typical costs in the United States for one

that is, lifting with a crane, moving air

distortion). When distortion occurs, the kilowatthour range from 8 to 15 cents.

with a fan, or moving material, as with

relationship between average readings

a conveyer.

and True RMS values changes drastically. POWER FACTOR

b. heat developed by the power lost in

Only a meter which measures True RMS Power factor is the ratio of ACTUAL the motor winding resistance

values gives accurate readings for a non- POWER used in a circuit to the APPAR-

sinusoidal waveform. RMS measuring ENT POWER delivered by a utility. Actual c. heat developed in the iron through

circuits sample the input signal at a high power is expressed in watts (W) or kilo- eddy currents and hysteresis losses

rate of speed. The meter’s internal cir- watts (kW); apparent power in voltam-

cuitry digitizes and squares each sample, d.frictional losses in the moor bearings

peres (VA) or kilovoltamperes (kVA).

adds it to the previous samples squared, Apparent power is calculated simply by e. air friction losses in turning the motor

and takes the square root of the total. multiplying the current by the voltage. rotor, more commonly known as

This is the True RMS value. windage losses.

Power Factor = Actual Power = k W

Apparent Power kVA We now observe that with a single-phase

motor, the apparent power obtained is

Certain loads (e.g., inductive type

greater than the actual power. This dif-

motors) create a phase shift or delay

ference is the power factor.

between the current and voltage wave-

forms. An inductive type load causes the Power factor reflects the difference

current to lag the voltage by some angle, which exists between loads. The solder-

known as the phase angle. ing iron is a purely resistive load which

absorbs the current, which is then

On purely resistive loads, there is no

absorbed directly into heat. The current

phase difference between the two wave-

Figure 4: Nonlinear Current Waveform is called actual current because it directly

forms; therefore the power factor on

contributes to the production of actual

such a load will be 0 degrees, or unity.

power.

DEMAND The following examples of a soldering

On the other hand, the single-phase elec-

The amount of electrical energy con- iron and a single-phase motor illustrate

tric motor represents a partially inductive

sumed over time is known as demand. how power factor is consumed in

load consisting of actual current which

Demand is the average load placed on different types of loads.

will be converted into actual power, and

the utility to provide power (kilowatts) to In a soldering iron, the apparent power magnetizing current which generates the

a customer over a utility-specified time supplied by the utility is directly convert- magnetic field required to operate the

interval (typically 15 or 30 minutes). If ed into heat, or actual power. In this electric motor. This magnetizing current,

demand requirements are irregular, the case, the actual power is equal to the called the reactive current, corresponds

utility must have more capability avail- apparent power, so that the power factor to an exchange of energy between the

able than would be required if the cus- is equal to “1” or 100% (unity). generator and the motor, but it is not

tomer load requirements remained con- converted into actual power.

stant. To provide for this time-varying

demand, the utility must invest in the REACTIVE COMPENSATION

proper size equipment to provide for POWER

these power peaks. Brief high peaks

such as those present when large equip- Reactive compensation power refers to

ment initially comes on line are not criti- the capacitive values required to correct

cal in the overall equation because the low power factor to as close to unity

duration is short with respect to the (1.0) as possible. Most industrial loads

demand averaging interval. are inductive, so the load current lags

the line voltage by some degree.

CONSUMPTION In order to bring the value closer to unity,

Watts and vars are instantaneous meas- something must be added to the load to

urements representing what is happen- draw a leading current. This is done by

ing in a circuit at any given moment. connecting a capacitor in parallel with

Since these parameters vary so greatly the load. Since a capacitor will not dissi-

within any period, it is necessary to inte- pate any real power, the charge for real

Figure 5: Power Factor on Nondistorted Sine Wave

grate (sum) electrical usage over time. power will be the same.

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Several AEMC power monitoring that is then drawn by the nonlinear load • Saturated transformers

instruments will display the actual power would be the fundamental as well as all

• Solid state elevator controls

factor correction capacitor values directly. the harmonics.

AEMC recommends consulting a power • Medical equipment

Harmonic distortion can cause serious

factor correction capacitor manu-

problems for the users of electric power, This is by no means an exhaustive list of

facturer prior to any installation to

from inadvertent tripping of circuit equipment which generates harmonics.

reduce the possible effects of harmonics,

breakers to dangerous overheating of Any electronic-based equipment should

resonance, etc.

transformers and neutral conductors, as be suspected of producing harmonics.

well as heating in motors and capacitor

ELECTRICAL HARMONICS failure. Harmonics can cause problems Due to the ever increasing use of

that are easy to recognize but tough to electronics, the percentage of equipment

Until fairly recently, power quality

diagnose. which generates harmonic current has

referred to the ability of the electric

increased significantly. The harmonic

utilities to supply electric power without It is becoming increasingly important to problem manifests itself with pro-

interruption. Today, the phrase encom- understand the fundamentals of liferation of equipment using diode-

passes any deviation from a perfect harmonics, and to be able to recognize capacitor input power supplies. This type

sinusoidal waveform. Power quality now and monitor the presence of damaging of equipment draws current in a short

relates to short-term transients as well harmonics. Harmonics within an electri- pulse only during the peak of the sine

as continuous state distortions. Power cal system vary greatly within different wave. The result of this action, aside

system harmonics are a continuous state parts of the same distribution system from improved efficiency, is that high

problem with dangerous results. and are not limited simply to the supply frequency harmonics are superimposed

harmonics can be present in current, of the harmonic producing device. onto the fundamental 60Hz frequency.

voltage, or both. It is estimated that as Harmonics can interact within the sys-

many as 60% of all electrical devices tem through direct system connections The harmonics are produced by the

operate with non-linear current draw. or even through capacitive or inductive diode-capacitor input section which

coupling. rectifies the AC signal into DC. The

Utility companies invest millions of

circuit draws current from the line only

dollars each year to ensure that voltage A harmonic may be defined as an integer during the peaks of the voltage wave-

supplied to their customers is as close multiple of a fundamental frequency. form, thereby charging a capacitor to the

as possible to a sinusoidal waveform. If Harmonics are designated by the peak of line voltage. The equipment DC

the power user connects loads to the harmonic number. For our discussion, requirements are fed from this capacitor

system which are resistive, such as we will focus on the 60Hz power and as a result the current waveform

incandescent light bulb, the resulting frequency. The second harmonic would becomes distorted.

current waveform will also be sinusoidal. be two times the fundamental or 120Hz.

However, if the loads are nonlinear, The third would be three times the

which is typically the case, the current is fundamental or 180Hz, and so on.

drawn in short pulses and the current

waveform will be distorted. Total current Nonlinear equipment generates harmonic

frequencies. The nonlinear nature of a

device draws current waveforms that do

not follow the voltage waveform.

Electronic equipment is a good example.

While this broad category encompasses

many different types of equipment, most Figure 7: Nonlinear Current Draw

of these devices have one characteristic

in common. They rely on an internal DC Harmonics in the electric power system

power source for their operation. combine with the fundamental frequency

to create distortion. The level of distor-

Loads which produce harmonic currents

tion is directly related to the frequencies

include:

and amplitudes of the harmonic current.

• Electronic lighting ballasts The contribution of all harmonic frequency

currents to the fundamental current is

• Adjustable speed drives known as “Total Harmonic Distortion” or

• Electric arc furnaces THD. This THD value is expressed as a

percentage of the fundamental current.

• Personal computers THD values of over 10% are reason for

• Electric welding equipment concern.

• Solid state rectifiers THD is calculated as the square root of

the sum of the squares of all the

• Industrial process controls harmonics divided by the fundamental

Figure 6: Composite Waveform • UPS systems signal (50 or 60Hz). This calculation

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percentage of the fundamental. nonlinear loads, there are sure to be

harmonics in the distribution system.

Mathematically, %THD is the ratio of the Harmonic-producing equipment is found

sum of the root-mean-square (RMS) of in varied locations from administrative

the harmonic content to the root-mean- offices to manufacturing facilities. In the

square (RMS) value of the fundamental factory environment, electronic power

50 or 60Hz signal, and expressed as a converters such as variable speed

percentage. drives, SCR drives, etc.,

are the largest contribu- Figure 9: Delta Primary, Circulating Current

tors to harmonic distor-

tion. It is not uncommon on the zero crossing of the sinusoidal

to have THD levels as high waveform, such as clock timing devices,

as 25% within some heavy harmonic content can cause a zero

industrial settings. crossing point offset.

Most single-phase office Odd number harmonics (third, fifth and

equipment draws nonlin- seventh) cause the greatest concern in

ear current. While fluores- the electrical distribution system.

cent lighting with electronic ballasts and Because the harmonic waveform usually

Another useful parameter is the many types of office equipment con- swings equally in both the positive and

Distortion Factor, or %DF. Distortion tribute to creating harmonics, personal negative direction, the even number

Factor is the Total Harmonic Distortion computer power supplies are the largest harmonics are mitigated.

referenced to the total RMS signal. The contributor within the office environ-

THD is expressed as a percentage and Heating effect causes the greatest

ment. Although THD levels will be lower

may not be greater than the fundamental. problem in electric equipment. Many

than in an industrial setting, the suscep-

The %DF never exceeds 100%. We pro- times, electrical distribution equipment

tibility of office equipment to variations

vide this term because of the market has overheated and failed even when

in power quality is extremely high.

need and the requirement of this value operating well below the suggested

under the international standard IEC- In the industrial environment, there can rating requirements. Temperature

555. Mathematically, it is the ratio of the be many three-phase, nonlinear loads increase is directly related to the

sum of the root-mean-square (RMS) of drawing high levels of load current. The increase in RMS current.

the harmonic content to the root-mean- most prevalent harmonic frequencies are

Because harmonic frequencies are

square (RMS) value of the total signal, the odd integer multiples of the 60Hz fre-

always higher than the 60Hz fundamen-

and expressed as a percentage. quency. The third harmonic (180Hz) is

tal frequency, “skin effect” also becomes

always the most prevalent

a factor. Skin effect is a phenomenon

and troublesome.

where the higher frequency causes the

Large commercial build- electrons to flow toward the outer sides

ings have many different of the conductor, effectively reducing the

sizes and types of loads. In cross-sectional diameter of the conduc-

most installations the tor and thereby reducing the ampacity

power is distributed with rating of the cable. This effect increases

208/120 volt transformers as the frequency and the amplitude

in a Delta-Wye configura- increase. As a result, higher harmonic

tion. When multiple loads frequencies cause a greater degree of

Please note that our %DF is not the same are supplied, each generates triplen har- heating in conductors.

value as the Distortion Factor as monic currents on the neutral conductor

On balanced three-phase systems with

expressed the the IEEE standard 519- which are sent onto the transformer sec-

no harmonic content, the line currents

1992 (in which Distortion Factor is the ondary and reflected into the delta pri-

are 120 degrees out-of-phase, canceling

same as THD). mary. These currents circulate within the

each other and resulting in very little

delta primary causing

neutral current. However, when there is

overheating and short-

distortion in any one of the phase cur-

ened service life.

rents, the harmonic currents increase

Harmonics can cause and the cancellation effect is lessened.

a variety of problems The result is typically a neutral current

to any user of electric that is significantly higher than

power. For large users, planned.The triplen harmonics (odd mul-

the problems can be tiples of three) are additive in the neutral

intense. For electronic and can quickly cause dangerous over-

equipment that relies heating.

Figure 8: Computer Current Waveform

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due to phase imbalance. If the phase

currents are equal, the vector sum of the

neutral currents will add to zero. If there

are excessive amounts of triplen

harmonics in the neutral, neutral current

may exceed phase current. Consult the

NEC® for the maximum ampacity for

each of the tested conductors.

Measure each feeder for harmonic

content. A high degree at this location

can often be heard as a buzzing sound. A

voltage THD reading is also useful at this

location.

IEEE standard 519-1992 specifies both

maximum distortion levels and recom-

Figure 10: Power Factor Capacitors at Resonant Frequency mended correction levels. A harmonic

distortion limit of 5% is the point where

In theory, the maximum current that the Detection and Measurement harmonics begin to have a detrimental

neutral will carry is 1.73 times the phase effect on electrical distribution systems.

In harmonic analysis, field measure-

current. If not sized correctly, over-

ments are performed to identify Harmonic current measurements define

heating will result. Higher than normal

frequency and magnitude of harmonic the harmonic generating characteristics

neutral current will cause voltage drops

currents generated by susceptible of the load, so measurements should be

between neutral and ground which are

equipment (e.g., electronic equipment, taken at the load when possible.

well above normal. Readings above

variable speed motors, etc.). Remember Voltage measurements define the

4 volts indicate high neutral current.

that most distribution systems are system response and are usually taken at

False tripping of circuit breakers is also a designed specifically to carry 60Hz. the individual busses.

problem encountered with the higher

Most nonlinear harmonic problems can Effects on the System

frequencies that harmonics produce.

be detected at the electrical panel.

peak sensing circuit breakers often will To compound the problems that

Excessive current flow on the neutral can

trip even though the amperage value has harmonic currents present to the

be detected with a True RMS current

not been exceeded. Harmonic current system, nonlinear harmonic load also

meter, but may be indicated by a

peak values can be many times higher have an Ohm’s law relationship with the

resonant buzzing sound or by discolored

than sinusoidal waveforms. source impedance of the system to

connections on the neutral buss.

Power factor correction capacitor failure produce voltage harmonics. Consider a

Beginning at the service entrance panel, heavily loaded transformer that is

in many cases can be directly attributed

measure and record the True RMS affected by one branch circuit feeding a

to harmonic content. Capacitors appear

current in each phase, as well as the non-linear load. The creation of voltage

as extremely low impedance values and

neutral of the distribution transformer harmonics can then be passed down to

are more susceptible to harmonics.

secondary. Compare this measured all the remaining circuits being fed by

Inductive reactance varies directly with

frequency (XL = 2πfl). Parallel resonance that transformer.

between the capacitor bank and the Voltage harmonics may cause havoc

source impedance can cause system within the electrical system. Motors are

resonance resulting in higher than typically considered to be linear loads;

normal currents and voltages. High however, when the source voltage supply

harmonic currents have been known to is rich in harmonics, the motor will draw

overheat correction capacitors, causing harmonic current. The typical result is a

premature failure and sometimes higher than normal operating tempera-

resulting in explosion. ture and shortened service life.

Most harmonic problems result when Different frequency harmonic currents

the resonant frequency is close to the can cause additional rotating fields in the

fifth or seventh harmonic. These happen motor. Depending on the frequency, the

to be the largest harmonic amplitude motor will rotate in the opposite

numbers that adjustable speed drives direction (counter-torque). The fifth

create. When this situation arises, harmonic, which is very prevalent, is a

capacitor banks should be resized to negative sequence harmonic causing the

shift the resonant point to another Figure 11: Measuring at the Service Entrance motor to have a backward rotation,

frequency. Panel shortening the service life.

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equipment and telephone systems when Computer & Business Equipment

harmonics at audio or radio frequencies Manufacturers Association (CBEMA).

are inductively or capacitively coupled

into communication or data lines. CBENA Derating Factor = 1.414

Crest Factor

When induction-disc watt-hour meters

are monitoring nonlinear loads, depend- Meter Readings

ing on the content of the harmonics, the

Harmonic problems can be analyzed

disk may run slower or faster, resulting

more easily when the proper test equip- Figure 12: RMS — Avg — Peak

in erroneous readings.

ment is used. Relationship in Sine Wave

Transformer Derating complex waveform correctly. When

The term “True RMS”, or Root-Mean-

Most generators and transformers base Square, relates to the equivalent DC harmonics are present crest factors may

their operating characteristics on undis- heating value of the current or voltage be less than (CF of a square wave = 1) or

turbed 60Hz waveforms. When the waveform. If a pure sine wave and a dis - greater than 1.414.

waveforms are rich in harmonics, torted sine wave were both applied to a Limiting the Effects of Harmonics

shortened service or complete failure resistive load, the point where they both

often follows. create the same heating value is the Derating certain types of electrical equip-

point where they both have the same ment is the easiest way to limit

The derating K factor can be applied RMS value. the effects that increased heating has on

specifically to transformers to ensure the equipment. A 25% derating for

that dangerous heating will not result True RMS capability is required to accu- transformers and generators is

due to the transformer supplying load rately measure systems where harmonic commonly employed in industr y.

currents rich in harmonic content. current is present. Average responding

instruments will yield erroneous Filtering is currently the most common

The K factor is determined by measuring measurement results from 25 to 40% method used to limit the effects that

the True RMS current of each harmonic, below the actual value when harmonic harmonics present to the rest of the sys-

multiplied by the harmonic order and distortion is present. tem. Filters typically consist of tuned

squared. The total sum of this is series L – C circuits. Filter impedance is

then multiplied by the harmonic order Many instruments on the market negligible with respect to the rest of the

and squared. The total sum of this measure average or Peak values of a system, limiting its interaction effects for

is then multiplied by the eddy current waveform and internally multiply by 1.11 harmonic control. Filters are sized to

losses. Transformer parasitic heating or .707 respectively to indicate RMS withstand the RMS current as well as the

due to harmonic currents is frequency- values. These devices work well when value of current for the harmonics.

dependent, i.e., higher frequency measuring a pure sine wave.

harmonic currents cause a higher degree In the future, systems may be available

Instruments with True RMS converters which will offset the harmonics by apply-

of transformer heating and failure.

sample the waveform at many different ing signals that are equal in amplitude

The K factor is basically an index of the points and provide accurate readings on but opposite in phase, thereby canceling

transformer’s ability to handle nonlinear distorted waveforms. Microprocessor- or severely limiting harmonic effects.

load current without abnormal heating. based circuits sample, digitize and

Some distribution transformers are now square each sample, add it to the

being designed with magnetic cores and previous sample squared, and take the

windings to accommodate harmonic square root of the total. This process

content. A K-rated transformer is specif- yields a True RMS value regardless of

ically designed to handle nonlinear the amount of distortion.

loads. The higher the K factor value, the

Crest Factor

better the transformer’s ability to handle

nonlinear loads. Crest factor is the ratio of the Peak value of

a sinusoidal waveform to its RMS value.

IEEE C57.110-1986 is a prescribed

procedure used to derate the trans- Crest Factor (CF) = Peak Value

former loading based on the specific RMS Value

harmonic content. Each specific electri-

cal application is unique in type and Crest factor indicates the level of peaking

amount of harmonic interaction. which an instrument can handle without

measurement errors. For a perfect sine

IEEE C57.1200-1987 has proposed a

wave the crest factor would be 1.414.

limit of 5% for transformer harmonic

This relates to the Peak amplitude that an

current factor.

instrument can measure accurately.

An alternate method for derating trans- Typical crest factor ratings are from 2.0

formers is available for buildings which to 6.0. The higher the factor, the more Figure 13: Single tuned shunt filter

supply single phase, 120V receptacles. capable the instrument of measuring a

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