Line Reactor Block

The line reactor is commonly used to reduce harmonic current from Variable Speed Drive and smooth out voltage transient


Updated 23 Oct 2021

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Line Reactor Block developed by Rodney Tan (PhD)
Version 1.0 (Oct 2021)
The Line Reactor is commonly used to reduce harmonic current from variable speed drive and smooth out voltage tranisent.
The Line Reactor block allows the user to set its impedance in percentage, load rated current, nominal voltage and system frequency.
The reactor inductance are compute using L=(Vn*Z)/(2*pi*f*IL*sqrt(3)), where Vn is the nominal voltage, Z is impedance in percentage, f is line frequency and IL is the load current.

Cite As

Rodney Tan (2023). Line Reactor Block (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2021a
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