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dc.creatorGarcés Gómez, Yeison Alberto
dc.creatorToro García, Nicolás
dc.creatorHoyos Velasco, Fredy Edimer
dc.identifier.citationGarcés Gómez, Y., Toro García, N., & Hoyos Velasco, F. (2017). Acondicionador Unificado de Calidad de la Potencia en Topología Dual iUPQC para Compensación Activa de Sobretensiones Transitorias. INGE CUC, 13(2), 112-117.
dc.description.abstractIntroducción: Los acondicionadores unificados de calidad de la potencia UPQC permiten corregir, en los sistemas eléctricos, distorsiones de la forma de onda en estado estable, como los armónicos o el parpadeo, así como el factor de potencia.Objetivo: Este artículo presenta un nuevo concepto de compensación activa de sobretensiones transitorias por medio de un UPQC en topología dual.Metodología: El estudio se presenta en cinco etapas: en la sección I, se realiza la introducción y el estado del arte; en la sección II, se presenta el acondicionador unificado de calidad de la potencia UPQC; en la sección III, se describe la teoría de la potencia reactiva generalizada aplicada al iUPQC (topología dual); en la sección IV, se muestran las simulaciones y resultados; y en la sección V, se presentan las conclusiones.Resultados: Se demuestra la aplicabilidad del iUPQC a la compensación de sobretensiones transitorias y se comparan los resultados con la teoría más representativa en compensación de armónicos y factor de potencia.Conclusiones: El algoritmo de control propuesto para el acondicionador unificado de calidad de la potencia en topología dual permite compensar las sobretensiones transitorias en sistemas eléctricos trifásicos al tiempo que permite corregir armónicos en tensión y corriente, así como el factor de potencia.es_ES
dc.description.abstractIntroduction− The use of unified power quality conditioners UPQC in the electric systems can correct waveform distortions in a steady state, like har-monics, flicker, and the power factor.Objective−This paper presents a novel approach for active compensation of overvoltage with a UPQC in dual topology or iUPQC. Methodology−The study it is presented in five stages, the section I shows an introduction and the state of the art, section II presents the unified power quality conditioner UPQC, section III describes the generalized reactive power theory applied to the iUPQC (dual topology), section IV shows the nu-merical simulations and the results and section V presents the conclusions of the study. Results− The results for the application of the iUPQC to the compensation of overvoltage are proved and compared with the more representative theory related to compensation of harmonics and low power factor. Conclusions− The control algorithm presented for the unified power quality conditioner in dual topology allows to compensate the overvoltage in three-phase systems as well as voltage and current harmonics and the low power factor.es_ES
dc.publisherInge CUCes_ES
dc.subjectAcondicionador unificado de calidad de la potenciaes_ES
dc.subjectCompensador de potencia seriees_ES
dc.subjectCompensador de potencia paraleloes_ES
dc.titleAcondicionador unificado de calidad de la potencia en topología dual iUPQC para compensación activa de sobretensiones transitoriases_ES
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