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Dr. Preeti Jain is currently working as an Asst Prof. in Deptt of Electrical Engineering at Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur (M P), India. She has 23 years of teaching experience. she has obtained Ph.D. from PDPM IIITDM,Jabalpur. She did graduation in Electrical Engineering from MITS college Gwalior and post-graduation in HEE from MANIT Bhopal (MP). Her research area is, "Development of Harmonic Phasor Estimation algorithms and their application".'
System-wide monitoring and reliable identification of power quality (PQ) events and their source is one of the critical requirements of smart grid implementation. The concept of phasor measurement has tremendously helped in fast and reliable state estimation and wide area monitoring of power system. This paper proposes a fast and reliable method fo...
Frequency is an important parameter that plays a crucial role in the monitoring, protection and control of power system. It provides an indication of the interconnection's generation/load balance. Normally nominal frequency is either 50 Hz or 60 Hz in most of the countries. Any deviation of frequency from nominal is an indication of abnormal condit...
With proliferation of power electronics devices in the distribution system, harmonic distortion has become one of the major power quality (PQ) problems. In evolving the liberalized electricity market, it becomes necessary to develop suitable methods to allocate the responsibilities for the harmonic distortion to improve the PQ. This paper presents...
In the distribution system, harmonic problem has become one of the major power quality (PQ) issues in recent time. In modern smart grid scenario, it is required to fix the responsibilities for the harmonic problem in the power supply. In this paper, a technique has been presented for harmonic source identification, which is based on total harmonic...