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A General Noise-Resilient Technique Based on the Matrix Pencil Method for the Assessment of Harmonics and Interharmonics in Power Systems

Author:
Sheshyekani, Keyhan  Fallahi, Ghasem  Hamzeh, Mohsen  Kheradmandi, Morteza  


Journal:
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER DELIVERY


Issue Date:
2017


Abstract(summary):

This paper presents a high-accuracy technique for the assessment of harmonics and interharmonics in power systems. In the proposed method, a generalized eigenvalue problem is solved by making use of the matrix pencil method. It is a general method in the sense that it has the ability to predict the frequency, amplitude, and relative phase of frequency components present in a given signal, while the dc-off set and damping factors can be accurately estimated. It also offers a noise-resilient feature which helps to efficiently analyze the noise-contaminated signals. It shows a good performance in dealing with modulated signals as well. Due to its excellent accuracy, the proposed method is foreseen to properly work for the estimation of phasors which is a crucial need in the electrical networks. Different simulation and experimental cases are presented to evaluate the efficiency of the proposed method.


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