IEC TS 63222-3:2024 

Power quality management - Part 3: User characteristics modelling

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Abstract

IEC TS 63222-3:2024 is intended to provide provisions regarding recognized engineering practices applicable to assess the user’s characteristics in power quality predicted assessment. It summarizes the best practice in non-linear, unbalanced, impact and fluctuating loads or generations modelling for power quality disturbance anticipation in public power systems at the planning stage.
This document focuses on frequency-domain modelling for AC power quality analysis in electric power networks, typically in the range up to the 50th harmonic (2,5 kHz in 50 Hz systems or 3 kHz in 60 Hz systems). Unbalance is analyzed in three-phase systems and only negative sequence component is considered. The approach and modelling guidelines provided are valid on the representation of user installations connected to power systems acting as sources of disturbance. Modelling of the network elements is out of the scope of the document.
These guidelines will be valuable in the definition of power quality performance specifications for user equipment. They will also assist users when modelling their installation to assess or demonstrate compliance with the emission limits provided by the system owner/operator and to investigate and specify mitigation measures.

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Publication typeTechnical Specification
Publication date2024-05-24
Edition1.0
Available language(s)English
TC/SCTC 8 - System aspects of electrical energy supplyrss
ICS29.020 - Electrical engineering in general
Stability date  2026
Pages37
File size2253 KB

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