Statistical Evaluation and Mitigation of Inductive Interference Problems in Portable Power Cables.
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This report summarizes the results of 3 years of research by West Virginia University in the general area of mine electrical power systems. The first year of work was largely concerned with the analysis of the intermachine arcing problem. The second year of work dealt with ground monitors and system grounding with some additional work to check the suitability of certain items of protective equipment used in electric utilities for use in mine power systems. In the third year of work, a modular ground wire monitor was designed and built that was capable of being made more or less sophisticated, as needed for particular applications. A new module based on a phase-locked loop was conceived and designed. A box to test commercial monitors was also designed and built.
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