STUDY OF NONSINUSOIDAL REGIMES IN THE OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL PULSE DEVICES.

V. I. Kurets, G. Z. Markman, Genadiy Petrovich Filatov

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Abstract

Results are presented of studies of higher order harmonics which appear during the operation of high voltage pulse devices at a low-ohmic load. It is shown that there is a distortion of the shape of the sine curve, and the voltage distortion often exceeds the allowable 5% limit. It is also demonstrated that the higher harmonics cause additional losses in the capacitors. To decrease the amplitude of the higher harmonics it is proposed that one use an L-C power filter tuned to the frequency of the third harmonic. This work is pertinent to solidspulverizing, emulsion and suspension treatment, manufacture gels and treat metals.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSoviet Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry (English translation of Elektronnaya Obrab
Pages59-63
Number of pages5
Edition3
Publication statusPublished - 1985

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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    Kurets, V. I., Markman, G. Z., & Filatov, G. P. (1985). STUDY OF NONSINUSOIDAL REGIMES IN THE OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL PULSE DEVICES. In Soviet Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry (English translation of Elektronnaya Obrab (3 ed., pp. 59-63)