Presentation by Dan Sabin & Jon Bickel, Schneider Electric
Presentation topics include:
PQ transient disturbances and non-power frequency changes in the steady-state condition of voltage, current, or both, which generally last less than once cycle in duration
Definitions, causes, and impacts of both oscillatory and impulsive transients in utility, commercial, and industrial electrical systems
Grounding, capacitor switching, fuse events, lightning arrestor operation, and intermittent events the precede faults
IEEE standards related to transients and common methods used by PQ monitors to capture, categorize, or summarize transients
The forthcoming IEEE P2800 related to transients associated with interconnection of distributed energy resources (DER) to electric distribution systems and interconnection of inverter-based resources with electric transmission systems
The Power Quality & Advanced Technologies (PQAT) program provides a forum for collaboration to assist members in providing consistent quality power for their customers. This includes collaboration on tools and methods to more quickly assess PQ events and conditions revealed through the automated analysis of PQ data. PQAT also provides opportunities to influence standards and share the costs of conducting high-quality, cutting-edge research and providing seminars, webinars, and literature on timely PQ topics or other related areas in T&D systems, as well as on the customer side of the meter.