Technical Panel Session

Application of Custom Power Devices for Enhanced Power Quality

Sponsored by the IEEE Transmission & Distribution Committee

Tuesday, July 14, 1998 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
Sheraton San Diego, Grand Ballroom A

Abstract

Numerous power providers have installed custom power devices for mitigating power quality problems. This panel session will focus on describing application considerations of custom power devices and results of custom power devices installed in the field. The panelists will discuss the economic factors that must be addressed before installing such devices. The session will also look at design issues which should be considered for reliable operation of custom power devices.

Note: the hyperlinks below provide the email addresses of the panel participants and the presentations given by the panelists in San Diego. 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

Dr. Narain G. Hingorani, Hingorani Power Electronics
"Overview of Custom Power Applications" (63KB)

Stephen W. Middlekauff, Duke Power
"Field Experience With A Series Compensation Device" (514KB)

Jon E. Jipping, Detroit Edison
"A Static Transfer Switch Application to Enhance Power Quality at an Automobile Components Plant" (100KB)

Harry T. Vollkommer, American Electric Power
"Field Demonstration Of A Distribution System Static Compensation Device Used To Mitigate Voltage Flicker"

Dr. Sasan G. Jalali, Siemens Power Transmission & Distribution LLC
"Application of a Static Series Voltage Compensation Device for Sag Mitigation" (313KB)


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