Technical Articles

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Mirus International, Inc.


Mirus International, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Passive and Discrete)
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The need for harmonic mitigating devices is growing because of the rapid increase in variable speed drive (VSD) usage in industrial and commercial applications and the corresponding growth in... (View Full Article)
(Transformers)
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When Chevron uses adjustable speed drives to control motors that operate submersible pumps in remote, unmanned oil wells, they require high reliability in power systems to achieve financial... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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A natural gas processing and transportation company, located in British Columbia, Canada, had commissioned the installation of 8 Motor Control Centers (MCC's), each exclusively loaded with adjustable... (View Full Article)
(Passive and Discrete)
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Concerned about video noise detected on some of its studio equipment, E! Entertainment Television (ETV), commissioned a study to determine if this noise was power quality related. The primary purpose... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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A power system survey involving harmonics, loading and infrared measurements was performed at the E! Entertainment Television (ETV) studios in Los Angeles, California. The primary purpose of this... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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IEEE Std 519 was first introduced in 1981 to provide direction on dealing with harmonics introduced by static power converters and other nonlinear loads so that power quality problems could be... (View Full Article)
(Passive and Discrete)
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The Owners of SkyVenture Montreal were building a new dedicated facility for its first Canadian location and were eager to keep to its grand opening schedule. To achieve the required wind speeds,... (View Full Article)
(Transformers)
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Harmonic distortion in electrical distribution systems caused by high densities of non-linear loads (such as personal computers and other electronic equipment) can create a number of overheating... (View Full Article)
(Passive and Discrete)
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On Oct. 3, 2001 a 400 amp Neutral Current Eliminator™ (NCE™) was put into service at the Comcast Cable facility in Union, New Jersey. The NCE™ is a triplen harmonic filter and had... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Transformer efficiency shall satisfy EPA Energy Star ® requirements at not just 35% load as required by NEMA Std. TP-1, but also over the operating range from 35 to 65% load.... (View Full Article)
(Transformers)
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The harmonic currents generated by non-linear loads will produce voltage distortion as they interact with the impedance of an electrical distribution system. This voltage distortion can easily reach... (View Full Article)
(Power Filters)
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When paralleling power sources that share a common neutral, care must be taken to limit neutral circulating currents. In these applications, it is important that voltages produced by the generating... (View Full Article)
(Transformers)
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The first signs of the incompatibility between conventional building power distribution systems and personal computers became obvious in the mid-1980s as more and more personal computers appeared in... (View Full Article)