by Andreas Eberhard
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 362
Almost all experts are in agreement -- although we will see an improvement in metering and control of the power flow, Power Quality will suffer. This book will give an overview of how power quality might impact our lives today and tomorrow, introduce new ways to monitor power quality and inform us about interesting possibilities to mitigate power quality problems.
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