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The impact on the distribution grid when Electric Vehicles are connected is an im-portant technical question in the development of new smart grids. This paper looks in detail at the predictive capability of a model, calculating harmonic voltage and current levels, in the situation where an electric vehicle is being charged by an in-ductive charging plate which acts as a substantial source of harmonic distortion. The method described in this paper models distortion at the LV side of the distribution grid by reconstructing the HV harmonic distortion levels seen at a typical LV sub-station. Additional LV connected harmonic-rich current sources can then be added, allowing a quantitative analysis of the impact of such sources on the distribution grid in terms of measurable harmonics magnitude and phase angle with respect to the fundamental.
|Pages (from-to)||99 - 110|
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||International Journal of Distributed Energy Resources|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Nov 2015|
- harmonic measurement
- inductive charger impact
- LV grid
- power quality measurement
New methodology for on-site measurement of Voltage Transformer magnitude and phase ratio as a function of frequencyMelone, J. & Coffele, F., 6 Jun 2019, p. 2230. 5 p.
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