The objective of this project is to study, develop and implement new digital signal processing techniques to be used in power quality measurement instruments based on analog to digital converters and digital signal processors. Digital signal processing algorithms are fundamental as they can produce very accurate results and are a flexible component of instruments which can be upgraded and improved without the need for expensive and time consuming hardware re-designing. There is no single algorithm that can detect the variety of power quality anomalies. Instead, a set of algorithms is need, where each one is responsible for detection of a set of disturbances.
|Start Date: 01-09-2005|
|End Date: 01-12-2007|
|Team: Pedro Miguel Pinto Ramos, Tomás Radil, Fernando Manuel Tim Tim Janeiro|
|Groups: Instrumentation and Measurements – Lx|
|Local Coordinator: Pedro Miguel Pinto Ramos|