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|Title:||Influence of high-power nonlinear consumers on electric energy losses in mining high-voltage power line|
|Authors:||Averbukh, M. A.|
Prasol, D. A.
|Keywords:||Authors of BSTU|
|Abstract:||The article elucidates the influence of high-power nonlinear consumers on electric energy losses in a mining high-voltage power line. The object of the study was a fragment of a power supply system of a mining enterprise with hoists. The investigation has assessed the electric energy losses conditioned by nonsinusoidal currents and voltages of the power line over a single hoist operation cycle. Also, the total electric energy losses in a high-voltage power line of a mining enterprise was calculated. The energy losses due to nonsinusoidal currents and voltages over single operation cycle of the cage hoist amount to 36.358 kWh. The presence of such losses increases total technological power and energy losses in the mining high-voltage power line by approximately 5-15%. The total energy losses in the components of the mining enterprise high-voltage power line caused by nonsinusoidal voltage are significant and lead to additional expenses of the company.|
|Description:||Averbukh M. A. Influence of high-power nonlinear consumers on electric energy losses in mining high-voltage power line / M. A. Averbukh, D. A. Prasol // IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2018. - Vol.327. - 052028.|
|Appears in Collections:||Energetics|
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