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An Improved Chirplet Transform and Its Application for Harmonics Detection

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The chirplet transform is the generalization form of fast Fourier transform , short-time Fourier transform, and wavelet transform. It has the most flexible time frequency window and successfully used in practices. However, the chirplet transform has not inherent inverse transform, and can not overcome the signal reconstructing problem. In this paper, we proposed the improved chirplet transform (ICT) and constructed the inverse ICT. Finally, by simulating the harmonic voltages, The power of the improved chirplet transform are illustrated for harmonic detection. The contours clearly showed the harmonic occurrence time and harmonic duration.

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G. Hu and F. Zhu, "An Improved Chirplet Transform and Its Application for Harmonics Detection," Circuits and Systems, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2011, pp. 107-111. doi: 10.4236/cs.2011.23016.

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