ACTIVE POWER FILTER COMPENSATION IN PRESENCE OF SEVERAL INDUSTRIAL LOADS BASED ON P-Q THEORY

Harold R. Chamorro, Camilo A. Ordóñez, Elkin L. Cantor, and Gustavo A. Ramos

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