Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Disturbances and Defects in Low Voltage Instalations

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In this article we present some simulation models regarding the occurences that affect the quality of the electricity supplied to a low voltage consumer. We believe that these will offer to the researcher the opportunity to simulate power quality deviations in different energy system models, thus providing a picture regarding the way those deviations propagate and behave, creating a few basic patterns for studying the energy quality, also taking into consideration the limitations of the system in respect to the software used and the human factor performing the research.

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