phasor


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phasor

(ˈfeɪzɔː)
n
(Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering a rotating vector representing a quantity, such as an alternating current or voltage, that varies sinusoidally
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 27, 2019-: Product Overview and Scope of Worldwide Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) Market 2019
George Washington University, Tier I, Silver ($50,000) - Proposed developing a smart measurement unit (SMU) to measure and interpret existing phasor measurement unit (PMU) data at the source, rather than in the control room.
Image segmentation can be performed via the phasor plot, and pixels with similar phasor signature be combined for high-accuracy time-domain analysis.
Mustajeb Rana, who is pursuing mechanical engineering at George Mason University in Virginia, the US, worked on a project related to Phasor Measurement Units with the energy management team at QEERI's Energy Center.
Tenders are invited for Supply of phasor measurement unit in power system lab of department of electrical engg.
On the ground, development of next-generation, electronically-steered terminals continues with announcements by the likes of Kymeta, Phasor, and OmniAccess among others.
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Using the PMU, synchronized phasor signals can be signified in (2) [6]
The book employs three modern analysis methods: analytic computation; popular graphical methods (phasor diagrams, phase plans, Smith charts, etc.) and computer assisted tools, like the electromagnetic field simulator, Maxwell, and the popular Spice simulator for electronic circuits.
It acts as a combination of a distribution-level phasor measurement unit (PMU) and a power quality meter to capture dynamic grid behaviors and monitor customer-end power quality.