Effects of Poor Power Quality on Reliability and Security

Provided by: International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJLTET)
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
Reliability is a key aspect of power system design and planning. The success of an electric utility in today's competitive business environment depends in part on overall service quality, a key element of which is system reliability. Electrical distribution reliability is affected by many factors including fault incident rate, adequate maintenance, and system design. PQ and reliability have many different definitions and they are often confused by end-users. The term reliability is used to indicate the ability of a system to continue to perform its intended function.

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