Technical Panel Session

Application of Static Voltage Conditioning Devices for Enhanced Power Quality

Sponsored by the IEEE Transmission & Distribution Committee

Wednesday, February 4, 1998, 2:00 to 5:00 PM
Marriott Westshore Hotel, Tampa, Florida

Abstract

Each panelist addressed application considerations of various static voltage conditioning devices. The presentations described results of these devices in the field, addressed economic considerations, economic justifications, and design issues.

Note: the hyperlinks below provide the email addresses of the panel participants and the presentations given by the panelists in Tampa. The presentations are saved in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. If your web browser does not support PDF viewing, view the instructions available from this hyperlink.

Chair

D. Daniel Sabin, Electrotek Concepts, Inc.
Chairman, IEEE P1409 Distribution Custom Power Task Force

Panelists

Neil Woodley, Westinghouse Electric Corporation
"Topologies of Custom Power Technologies for Voltage Support"

Stephen W. Middlekauff, Duke Power
"Field Experience With A Series Compensation Device" (292KB)

Le Tang, ABB Power T&D Company, Inc.
"Power Electronic Tap Changer"

Eduardo Alegria, PG&E Energy Services
"Factory Test of Static Voltage Regulators" (108KB)

Ray Kemerer, Power Quality Systems, Inc.
"Distribution System Static Var Compensators: Field Experience" (168KB)

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