Foreword Contents of Chapters Biographies Bibliography Acknowledgment Appendix Index of Topics Links
This tutorial material has drawn on the considerable expertise of the IEEE Harmonics Working Groups and their task forces. The contributors have generously donated their time and effort to what we believe will be a valuable reference work on the subject. We would like thank all contributors for their effort in completing this task.
Special thanks to
Mr. Tom Gentile, Chair of the PES Harmonics Working Group
Dr. Mack Grady, Chair of the General Systems Subcommittee of the PES T&D Committee
for their guidance and encouragement
Dr. M.E. El-Hawary, Chair of Life Long Learning Subcommittee of the IEEE Power Engineering Education Committee,
for providing generous support to many aspects of this activity.
The Task Force on Harmonics Modeling and Simulation and Authors of the tutorial
for the effort they put in the hard copy of this tutorial
Eric Gunther and Mark F. McGranaghan, Electrotek,
Dr. Mack Grady, University of Texas at Austin
for providing harmonic simulation software.
Dr. Wilsun Xu, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
for providing data for test systems.
Dr. C.J. Hatziadoniu, Southern Illinois University
for providing a simple harmonic study example.
Pete A. Lewis, Managing Director of the IEEE Educational Activities Department
Peter Wiesner, Director of the IEEE Educational Activities Department
for pursuing the topic of "Tutorial on Harmonics Modeling and Simulation" for the CD-ROM
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Chris Comeau, Senior Student, The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Tech
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Xuzhu Dong, Research Scientist, The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech
Liling Huang, Research Scholar, The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering , Virginia Tech
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Arun Narang Energy Storage & Power Quality, Customer Power Department Strategic R&D, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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