Volume 13 (2025)
Volume 12 (2024)
Volume 11 (2023)
Volume 10 (2022)
Volume 9 (2021)
Volume 8 (2020)
Volume 7 (2019)
Volume 6 (2018)
Volume 5 (2017)
Volume 4 (2016)
Volume 3 (2015)
Volume 2 (2014)
Volume 1 (2013)

A Comprehensive Review of Various Fault Location Methods for Transmission ‎Lines Compensated by FACTS devices and Series Capacitors

M. Abasi; M. Joorabian; A. Saffarian; S.G. Seifossadat

Volume 9, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 213-225


  Fault location in transmission lines compensated by flexible alternating current transmission system (FACTS) devices and series capacitor (SC) compensators is much more complicated than simple lines due to the presence of time-variant voltage and current sources in the topology of transmission lines. ...  Read More

High Gain DC/DC Converter‏ ‏Implemented with MPPT Algorithm for DC ‎Microgrid System ‎

E. Naderi; S.J. SeyedShenava; H. Shayeghi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2023, , Pages 213-222


  This paper presents the output voltage control and execution of a novel non-isolated high step-up (NIHS) DC-DC converter connected to a solar photovoltaic (PV) based DC microgrid system. The proposed converter provides a high output voltage conversion ratio over smaller duty cycles, small inductors, ...  Read More

Reactive Power Scheduling Using Quadratic Convex Relaxation ‎

E. Limouzadeh; A. Rabiee

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, , Pages 214-218


  In this paper, quadratic convex relaxation (QCR) is used to relax AC optimal power flow (AC-OPF) used for reactive power scheduling (RPS) of the power system. The objective function is system active power loss minimization to optimally determine the tap position of tap-changers, the reactive power output ...  Read More

Analysis of Structural Reliability of Complex Coefficients Fractional-Order ‎System Using Plane Transformation

A. K. Yadav; V. Mahajan

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, , Pages 219-227


  The main goal of the paper is to achieve the structural reliability of the failure components in the system that can be modelled as a Transfer Function (TF). The classical reliability of the power system has been a major field for research in the past decades, which has resulted in the reliability of ...  Read More

A Decentralized Energy Management Method for Load Curve Smoothing ‎Considering Demand and Profit of Electric Vehicle Owners with Different ‎Capacity of Batteries

V. Bagheri; A. F. Ehyaei; M. Haeri

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2023, , Pages 223-229


  Increasing requirements of electric vehicles with different capacities of batteries and increasing number of small-sized renewable energy sources lead to complexity of calculations, voltage drop, power quality loss, and unevenness in the load curve. This paper proposes a modified version of the mean-field ...  Read More

Antlion Optimization Algorithm for Optimal Self-Scheduling Unit ‎Commitment in Power System Under Uncertainties

M.R. Behnamfar; H. Barati; M. Karami

Volume 9, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 226-241


  optimal and economic operation is one of the main topics in power systems. In this paper, a stochastic single objective framework for GenCoʼs optimal self-scheduling unit commitment under the uncertain condition and in the presence of SH units is proposed. In order to solve this problem, a new meta-heuristic ...  Read More

Investigation of Increasing Accuracy Distributed Voltage on the Power ‎Transformer Disks Considering Mutual Induction and Different Grounding ‎System Models

M. Talebzadeh; A. Setayeshmehr; H. - Barati

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, , Pages 228-234


  Power equipment are subjected to multiple shock voltages during their operations that are generally caused by a lightning strike, switching of electronic power devices, or transient voltages which across available in the power system. These impulses have a frequency range from several kHz to several ...  Read More

Frequency Stability of Hybrid Power System in the Presence of Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage and Uncertainties

M. Jalilian; A. Rastgou; S. kharrati; S. Hosseini-Hemati

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 230-239


  Nowadays, in order to improve the dynamic performance of power networks and frequency control, LFC system is used in power plants. The presence of photovoltaic (PV) and wind turbine (WT) sources causes momentary changes in production and complicates the network frequency control process. In this paper, ...  Read More

Investigation of Stray Losses in Converter Transformer Using Parametric Analysis of Wall Shunt Thickness

J.U. Kothavade; P. Kundu

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 240-248


  In High Voltage Direct Current Transmission (HVDC) system, converter transformer is an integral part of the system. Generally, core loss, copper loss and stray losses occur in the transformer.  In which stray losses are produced in the transformers metallic parts such as transformer tank which can ...  Read More

Two-Stage Control for Small-Signal Modeling and Power Conditioning of Grid-‎Connected Quasi-Z-Source Inverter with LCL Filter for Photovoltaic ‎Generation ‎

F. Aalizadeh; M. Hosseinpour; A. Dejamkhooy; H. Shayeghi

Volume 9, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 242-255


  Grid-connected inverter-based photovoltaic (PV) systems play an important role in Distributed Power Generation (DPG). For this application, quasi impedance source inverter is very suitable due to its ability to increase or decrease the output voltage of the inverter in a single-stage and high reliable ...  Read More

A Sampling Method based on System State Transition for Distribution System Adequacy Assessment using Distributed Generation

S.S. Halve; A. Koshti; R. Arya

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 249-257


  A sampling method is proposed related to-system state transition based Monte Carlo simulation (SSTMCS) for the adequacy assessment in the radial distribution system (RDS) in the presence of distributed generation (DG) termed as a composite distribution system (CDS). This method evaluates well-being indices ...  Read More

Design and Control of Three-phase Quasi-Z-Source Based Hybrid 2/3 Level ‎Inverter ‎

M. Hosseinpour; R. Akbari; A. Dejamkhooy; F. Sedaghati

Volume 9, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 256-265


  Hybrid 2/3 level inverter is a combination of three-level diode clamped inverter and conventional two-level inverter. This structure has the advantages of both two-level and three-level structures. Also, the number of switches is less than three level diode clamped inverter. In this paper, a modified ...  Read More

Torque Ripple Reduction of the Position Sensor-less Switched Reluctance Motors Applied in the Electrical Vehicles

A. Dejamkhooy; A. Ahmadpour

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 258-267


  The Switched Reluctance Motors (SRMs) not only are low cost for industry applications, but ‎also they could work in various conditions with high reliability and efficiency. However, usage ‎of these motors in high speeds applications under discrete mode causes decreasing the ‎efficiency. In ...  Read More

Multi-Objective Function Optimization for Locating and Sizing of Distributed ‎Generation Sources in Radial Distribution Networks with Fuse and Recloser ‎Protection

S. Ghobadpour; M. Gandomkar; J. Nikoukar

Volume 9, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 266-273


  Power quality, reliability, loss reduction, and fault clearing times are essential factors in distribution networks. Radial distribution networks often face two problems, line losses and voltage drop at the end of the grid. Connecting distributed generation (DG) can resolve these problems, but it can ...  Read More

A New Single-Phase Single-Stage Boost Inverter for Photovoltaic Applications

P. Pakbaz; A. Nahavandi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 268-276


  In this paper, a new single-phase single-stage high step-up boost inverter appropriate for photovoltaic systems is proposed. In the proposed inverter, the duty cycle of one of the switches is adjusted to control the output voltage and increase the gain. In this structure, the dynamic model is adopted ...  Read More

Probabilistic Optimal Allocation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Considering the Uncertain Loads by Using the Monte Carlo Simulation Method

A. Shahbazi; H. Moradi CheshmehBeigi; H. Abdi; M. Shahbazitabar

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 277-284


  Nowadays, the use of electric vehicles (EVs), in the form of distributed generation, as an appropriate solution is considered to replace combustion vehicles by reducing fuel consumption and supplying needed power. In this regard, the incorporation of EVs charging stations (EVCSs) in the power network ...  Read More

Optimized Cost of Energy by a Home Energy Management System Employing Dynamic Power Import Limit Strategy: A Case study Approach

V.D. Juyal; S. Kakran

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 285-294


  Nowadays, the centralized power system is changing to a distributed system, and various energy management systems are being installed for efficient functioning. Load side management is a vital aspect of the energy management of the power network. As residential demand is growing at a high rate, domestic ...  Read More

Stability Analysis of Microgrid with Passive, Active, and Dynamic Load

K. Matharani; H. Jariwala

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 295-306


  The autonomous microgrid can incur a stability issue due to the low inertia offered by power electronics-based distributed generating sources of the microgrid. Due to the fast dynamics of inverters and the intermittent nature of renewables, the first phase of abrupt load change might not be shared evenly ...  Read More

A Novel Improved HBMO Algorithm Regarding Generation Expansion Planning in Deregulated Energy Networks

M. Kavitha; S.J. Mahendra; S. Chupradit; A.S. Nurrohkayati; S.B. Kadhim; Y.F. Mustafa; A.T. Jalil; M.H. Ali; D. Sunarsi; L. Akhmetov

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  Electric energy demand is increasing rapidly in developing countries, making the installation of additional generating units necessary. Private generating stations are encouraged to add new generations in deregulated energy networks. Planning for transmission expansion must ensure increased market competition ...  Read More

Optimization of a Hybrid Photovoltaic System with Gas Engine to Supply Electricity and Heat

D. Abdullah; W.K. Al-Azzawi; J.K. Abbas; S.H. Talib; B.M. Ali; S.H. Hlail; A.A. Ali; M.Q. Mohammed; C.I. Erliana

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  Numerous factors, such as the expansion of the growing demand for energy, depletion of fossil resources, environmental disasters caused by fossil fuels, global warming of the atmosphere, the greenhouse effect, and the need to balance the emission of polluting gases, have prompted a new scientific approach ...  Read More

The Nexus between Renewable Energy Sources and Electrical Distribution Systems

T. Aigul Sauletzhanovna; A. Majed Althahabi; R. Khalid; A. Hussein Obead Al Mansor; A. Read Al-Tameemi; S. Hameed Hlail

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  The incorporation of sustainable energy sources holds significant significance in the economic, social, and environmental domains of any country because of the exhaustion of non-renewable energy resources and escalation of ecological degradation. This holds true irrespective of the country's geographical ...  Read More

Application of Automatic Control in Power System
An Application of the Genetic Algorithm Optimization to Voltage and Reactive Power Control in the Distribution Systems

A.S. Altuma; R. Khalid; A.I. Alanssari; A. Hussien; Y.S. Mezaal; K. Al-Majdi; T. Alawsi

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  Insufficient synchronization between the operational efficiency of capacitors and tap-changer transformers in regulating voltage presents a fundamental challenge in distribution networks, which in turn hinders the control performance. This challenge is caused by the inability of these two components ...  Read More

Application of Automatic Control in Power System
A Novel Energy Management System to Optimize the Energy Consumption in a Smart Building

A. Sadratdin; A.A. Sabah; M. Zaidi; K. Raed; K.A. Jamal; H.O. Al-Mansor; F. Khattab

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  Over the last few decades, the majority of industrialized and developed countries have placed a strong emphasis on reducing the amount of wasted energy. In this study, electrical energy consumption is optimized by monitoring power consumption caused by residents' activities at various times of the day ...  Read More

Application of Automatic Control in Power System
Optimizing the Energy Consumption of an Electric Motor System Incorporates Hybrid Electric Energy Generators Using a Genetic Algorithm

А. Sadratdin; W.K. Al-Azzawi; B.M. Ali; A.N. Obeed; N.A. Hussien; A.M. Shareef; Kadhum Al-Majdi; A.S. Ibrahim

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  This study investigates a hybrid electric system that utilizes novel energy sources and is subject to variable production and uncertainty. The study proposes a multi-objective optimization methodology using Genetic Algorithm (GA) to optimize energy source consumption and utilization, accounting for variations ...  Read More

Application of Automatic Control in Power System
Maximizing the Generated Power of Wind Farms by Using Optimization Method

S.A. Abdul-Ameer; A.K.J. Al-Nussairi; R. Khalid; J.K. Abbas; A.H.O. Al-Mansor

Volume 11, Special Issue , March 2023


  In this study, the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) method was employed to optimize the anticipated energy yield of a wind farm. The architecture of a wind farm, including its location, height, and shadow reduction, is determined using the PSO algorithm based on the turbine height and rotor diameter. ...  Read More