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Volume 178, 201822nd International Conference on Innovative Manufacturing Engineering and Energy - IManE&E 2018
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy (Smart Grids, Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Energy systems and energy management, Energy policies, Environmental technologies and studies, Renewable energy technologies and energy saving materials)|
|Published online||24 July 2018|
The use of CPC theory for energy description of two nonlinear receivers
Koszalin University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 15-17 Raclawicka St., 75-620 Koszalin, Poland
2 Technical University of Moldova, Technology of Machine Building, Republic of Moldova
3 Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Trieda A. Hlinku 2, 949 76 - Nitra, Slovakia
* Corresponding author: 1. email@example.com
The article concerns a mathematical description of electric power in the case of two nonlinear receivers connected to a common supply network. This description was made on the basis of the fundamental CPC (Currents' Physical Components) power theory. This theory was developed for one nonlinear receiver. In the case of two nonlinear receivers of the same type, i.e. when the harmonics generated by them are created equal, the CPC theory requires some modification. This issue is important when it is necessary to determine the components of currents in an energy system supplying two nonlinear receivers.
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