Hi all
While reading Mohan book for power electronics , I am stuck to the statement in the book which says that "current components at harmonic frequencies do not contribute to the average (real) power drawn from the sinusoidal voltage source v "
First, I couldn't get it by doing the maths. I can't see how the higher harmonics are eliminated with the "cross products". Also searching in internet I found sites where it is said about "harmonic active power flow" . What is true finally ?
Thanks for any help.
While reading Mohan book for power electronics , I am stuck to the statement in the book which says that "current components at harmonic frequencies do not contribute to the average (real) power drawn from the sinusoidal voltage source v "
First, I couldn't get it by doing the maths. I can't see how the higher harmonics are eliminated with the "cross products". Also searching in internet I found sites where it is said about "harmonic active power flow" . What is true finally ?
Thanks for any help.
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