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Benedikt Hillenbrand studied at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology where he did research in Electrical Engineering. Their current project 'Instantaneous Frequency in Electric Power Systems' still continues on.
October 2009 - August 2013
University of Applied Science, Aschaffenburg
Field of study
The paper addresses the impact that time varying angular frequencies observed in electrical signals can have on the calculation and separation of components from the instantaneous electric power signal. Instantaneous power theories provide various methods for calculating the instantaneous power components in an electrical network. These methods are...
Non-stationary signal analysis in Modern Electric Power Systems (Smart Grid, Microgrids) by introducing the concept of Instantaneous Frequency (IF) as a descriptor or the measured physical phenomena.