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Tutorial on Harmonics Modeling & Simulation. Organized by Task Force on Harmonics Modeling & Simulation Adapted and Presented by Paulo F Ribeiro AMSC May 28-29, 2008. Scope.

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tutorial on harmonics modeling simulation

Tutorial on Harmonics Modeling & Simulation

Organized by

Task Force on Harmonics Modeling & Simulation

Adapted and Presented by Paulo F Ribeiro


May 28-29, 2008


The purpose of this tutorial is to provide an review of subjects that have significant impacts on the areas of harmonic analysis, modeling, and simulation. The major contents of the tutorial include an overview of harmonics modeling and simulation, harmonics and interharmonics theories, modeling of linear and nonlinear loads as well as network components, the time- and frequency-domain harmonic analyses, real-time modeling and simulation, benchmark test systems, procedure of time-domain harmonics modeling and simulation, and case studies.


In addition to including the new subjects of interharmonics theory and real-time simulations and applications, it is worth mentioning that the two chapters of step-by-step analysis procedure performed by the commonly used harmonic simulation tool and real-life study examples are offered to facilitate participants to learn the area.

The tutorial offers a handy material that is convenient for the beginners as well as those who already know the subject and is expected to provide the readers with a general background knowledge and further understanding on the subject.

introductory remarks for amsc workshop
Introductory Remarks for AMSC Workshop
  • Background of Presenter
    • Industrial railway electrification (1976)
    • Specs for designing of an SVC for transmission application
    • Harmonic propagation in transmission systems
    • TV viewing impact on transmission systems
    • Harmonic modeling and simulation (IEEE Task Force, Tutorial CD)
    • Probabilistic Aspects of Harmonics (IEEE Task Force)
    • Preparation of text on Time-Varying Harmonic Distortions
    • IEEE 519 Working Group
    • Harmonics on shipboard power systems
chapter titles and contributors
Chapter Titles and Contributors
  • Chapter 1: Overview of Harmonics Modeling & Simulation Contributors: W. Xu and S. Ranade
  • Chapter 2: Harmonics and Interharmonics Theory Contributors: G. W. Chang and A. Testa
  • Chapter 3: Modeling of Linear Loads and Network Components Contributors: T. Ortmeyer, C. Hatziadoniu, and P. Ribeiro
  • Chapter 4: Modeling of Nonlinear LoadsContributors: S. Tsai, Y. Liu, and G. W. Chang
  • Chapter 5: Harmonic Analysis in Frequency and Time DomainsContributors: A. Medina, N. R. Watson, P. Ribeiro, and C. Hatziadoniu
chapter titles and contributors1
Chapter Titles and Contributors
  • Chapter 6: Real-time Harmonics Modeling and SimulationContributors: L-F. Pak, V. Dinavahi, G. Chang, M. Steurer, S. Suryanarayanan, P. Ribeiro
  • Chapter 7: Test Systems for Harmonics Modeling & SimulationContributors: W. Xu, M. Halpin, and S. Ranade
  • Chapter 8: Procedure of Time-domain Harmonic Modeling and SimulationContributors: C. J. Hatziadoniu, W. Xu, and G. W. Chang
  • Open Discussions and Applications