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    Whitepaper Active Harmonic Filtering in a 10 kV Network

    High levels of harmonic pollution in an electrical network can have a range of negative consequences. Not being able to comply with the relevant standards can mean unnecessarily high energy bills, penalties from the grid operator, significantly reduced equipment lifetimes, and not getting the most from your network.

     

     

    As part of a Masters research project at Eindhoven University of Technology, harmonic distortion in the voltage of an existing industrial network was analyzed to fix existing issues and with an eye on planned future expansion. The decision was made to implement an Active Harmonic Filter at MV level to mitigate (accumulated upstream) harmonic distortion.