APPLICATION OF THE UNIFIED POWER QUALITY CONDITIONER FOR MITIGATING ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DISTURBANCES

A. Esfandiari,∗ M. Parniani,∗ A. Emadi,∗∗ and H. Mokhtari∗

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