In recent years, with the increase of nonlinear loads drawing nonsinusoidal currents, power quality distortion has become a serious problem in electrical power systems. Active filters have been known as an effective tool for harmonic mitigation as well as reactive power compensation, load balancing, voltage regulation, and voltage flicker compensation. On the other hand, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems provide uninterrupted, reliable, and high-quality power for vital loads. They, in fact, protect sensitive loads against power outages as well as overvoltage and undervoltage conditions. UPS systems also suppress line transients and harmonic disturbances. Applications of UPS systems include medical facilities, lifesupporting systems, data storage and computer systems, emergency equipment, telecommunications, industrial processing, and on-line management
systems. Generally, an ideal UPS should be able to deliver uninterrupted power and, simultaneously, provide the necessary power conditioning for the particular power application.
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