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Presents specific conducted EMI related phenomena accompanying the application of Smart Grids techniques as well as the recommendation of the effective methods enabling assurance of system compatibility and reliability
Includes EMC analyses which are important from Smart Grid systems reliability point of view and are not covered by international EMC standards
Shows analyses and results of measurements of EMI generated by individual power electronic converters, commonly applied in Smart Grids, experimental evaluation of an interference penetration depth into LV and MV lines, experimental results and mathematical approach to aggregated EMI, generated by group of the power electronic converters, influence of the EMI generated by power electronic converters on the control signals transmission, limitation of the EMC standards in a context of Smart Grid compliance evaluation
As power systems develop to incorporate renewable energy sources, the delivery systems may be disrupted by the changes involved. The grid’s technology and management must be developed to form Smart Grids between consumers, suppliers and producers. Conducted Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in Smart Grids considers the specific side effects related to electromagnetic interference (EMI) generated by the application of these Smart Grids. Conducted Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in Smart Grids presents specific EMI conducted phenomena as well as effective methods to filter and handle them once identified. After introduction to Smart Grids, the following sections cover dedicated methods for EMI reduction and potential avenues for future development including chapters dedicated to:
•potential system services, •descriptions of the EMI spectra shaping methods, •methods of interference voltage compensation, and theoretical analysis of experimental results.
By focusing on these key aspects, Conducted Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in Smart Grids provides a concise and comprehensive coverage of an extensive subject matter. It constitutes a key resource for any industry practitioners, researchers or system designers with interest in Smart Grids, particularly their electromagnetic compatibility in the conducted EMI frequency range.
Introduction.- 1. Power Electronic Interfaces in Smart Grids.- 2. Standardized measurements of conducted EMI.- 3. Conducted EMI issues in Smart Grids.- 4. Shaping of the EMI characteristics in Smart Grids.- 5. Compensation of interference sources inside Power Electronic Interfaces.- 6. EMI measuring procedures in Smart Grids.- 7. Conclusion.- Appendix A. Essential parameters.- Index.