Jaroslaw Luszcz

Jaroslaw Luszcz received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Gdansk University of Technology in Poland. Currently, he is at the Electrical and Control Engineering Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology. During fifteen years of professional experience in the area of power quality and electromagnetic compatibility, he has been involved in and led a number of grant-funded fundamental research projects and actively cooperated with power electronics industry as an EMC consultant for R&D projects. Mr. Luszcz has published over 50 scientific papers at international conferences and in journals, as well as three book chapters. His current research activities focus on EMC and power quality issues related to the integration of high power static converters with the power grid. Mr. Luszcz is a member of the IEEE EMC Society and Technical Committee 7 - Low Frequency EMC.

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This book deals with several selected aspects of electric power quality issues typically faced during grid integration processes of contemporary renewable energy sources. In subsequent chapters of this book the reader will be familiarized with the issues related to voltage and current harmonics and inter-harmonics generation and elimination, harmonic emission of switch-mode rectifiers, reactive power flow control in power system with non-linear loads, modeling and simulation of power quality issues in power grid, advanced algorithms used for estimating harmonic components, and new methods of measurement and analysis of real time accessible power quality related data.

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