Custom Power Devices: An Introduction
Frequency of rare power interruptions.
Magnitude and duration of over and undervoltages within specified limits.
Low harmonic distortion in the supply voltage.
Low flicker in the supply voltage.
Low phase unbalance.
Frequency of the supply voltage within specified limits.
KeywordsTerminal Voltage Unify Power Flow Controller Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Dynamic Voltage Restorer Shunt Device
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