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)

Performance Scrutiny of Two Control Schemes Based on DSM and HB in Active Power Filter

R. Kazemzadeh; E. Najafi Aghdam; M. Fallah; Y. Hashemi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , December 2014, , Pages 103-112

  This paper presents a comparative analysis between two current control strategies, constant source power and generalized Fryze current, used in Active Power Filter (APF) applications having three different modulation methods. The Hysteresis Band (HB) and first-order Delta-Sigma Modulation (DSM) as well ...  Read More

Smart Grid
Toward a Smart Distribution System Expansion Planning by Considering Demand Response Resources

Hamidreza Arasteh; Mohammadsadegh Sepasian; Vahid Vahidinasab

Volume 3, Issue 2 , December 2015, , Pages 116-130

  This paper presents a novel concept of "smart distribution system expansion planning (SDEP)" which expands the concept of demand response programs to be dealt with the long term horizon time. The proposed framework, integrates demand response resources (DRRs) as virtual distributed generation (VDG) resources ...  Read More

Power Electronic
A New Structure of Buck-Boost Z-Source Converter Based on Z-H Converter

E. Babaei; T. Ahmadzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 117-131

  In this paper, a new structure for buck-boost Z-source converter based on Z-H topology is proposed. The proposed converter consists of two LC networks similar to the conventional Z-source and Z-H converters. One of the characteristics of the proposed structure is that, without any changing in its’ ...  Read More

Frequency Regulation of a Standalone Interconnected AC Microgrid Using Innovative Multistage TDF(1+FOPI) Controller

H. Shayeghi; A. Rahnama

Volume 12, Issue 2 , April 2024, , Pages 121-133


  This paper's main purpose is to offer an innovative multistage controller for load-frequency regulation of a standalone interconnected microgrid (SMG). A multistage TDF(FOPI+1) controller is designed, with the first stage being a filter built of the tilting and derivative operators. Transferring the ...  Read More

Energy Management
Control and Management of Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems: Review and Comparison of Methods

M. Ahangari Hassas; K. Pourhossein

Volume 5, Issue 2 , December 2017, , Pages 131-138


  Hybrid renewable energy systems (HRES) have been introduced to overcome intermittent nature of single-source renewable energy generation. In order to utilize HRES optimally, two issues must be considered: optimal sizing and optimal operation. The first issue has been considered vastly in several articles ...  Read More

Micro Grid
Resilient Operation Scheduling of Microgrid Using Stochastic Programming Considering Demand Response and Electrical Vehicles

A. Marami Dizaji; M. Saniee; K. Zare

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, , Pages 157-167


  Resilient operation of microgrid is an important concept in modern power system. Its goal is to anticipate and limit the risks, and provide appropriate and continuous services under changing conditions. There are many factors that cause the operation mode of micogrid changes between island and grid-connected ...  Read More

Power market
How Does Large-scale Wind Power Generation Affect Energy and Reserve Prices?

S. M. Zabetian-Hosseini; M. Oloomi Buygi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , December 2018, , Pages 169-182


  Intermittent nature of wind power faced ISO and power producers with new challenges. Wind power uncertainty has increased the required reserve capacity and deployment reserve. Consequently, large-scale wind power generation increases ISO costs and consequently reserve prices. On the other hand, since ...  Read More

Data Mining and SVM Based Fault Diagnostic Analysis in Modern Power System Using Time and Frequency Series Parameters Calculated From Full-Cycle Moving Window

P. Venkata; V. Pandya; A.V. Sant

Volume 12, Issue 3 , August 2024, , Pages 206-214


  This paper proposes a complete diagnostic analysis of faults in a typical modern power system's transmission line using the support vector machine (SVM) with time-series parameters and frequency series parameters as features. The training and testing data of the proposed method are collected by simulating ...  Read More

Power System Stability
A Fast Voltage Collapse Detection and Prevention Based on Wide Area Monitoring and Control

M. Mohammadniaei; F. Namdari; M.R. Shahkarami

Volume 8, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 209-219


  Voltage stability is one of the most important factors in maintaining reliable operation of power systems. When a disturbance occurs in the power system, it usually causes instabilities and sometimes leads to voltage collapse (VC). To avoid such problems, a novel approach called Vector Analysis (VA) ...  Read More

Multi-objective Economic Emission Dispatch Optimization Strategy Considering Battery Energy Storage System in Islanded Microgrid

N. Kumar; S. Dahiya; K.P. Singh Parmar

Volume 12, Issue 4 , December 2024, , Pages 296-311


  Economic dispatch (ED) is one of the key problem in power systems. ED tends to minimize the fuel/operating cost by optimal sizing of conventional generators (CG). Greenhouse/toxic gas emission is one of the major problem associated with the CG. Emission dispatch (EMD) deals with the reduction of greenhouse/toxic ...  Read More

Renewable Energy
Potentiometric of the Renewable Hybrid System for Electrification of Gorgor Station

H. Shayeghi; Y. Hashemi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , February 2020, , Pages 1-14


  In this paper, an optimal design of the renewable combustion plant has been investigated with the aim of ensuring the required load on the Gorgor station. The purpose of this study is to minimize the cost of the proposed hybrid unit during the period of operation of the designed system simultaneously. ...  Read More

Power Electronic
A Developed Structure of Step-Up DC/DC Converter by Using Coupled Inductor and Active Clamped Circuit

E. Babaei; Gh. Mosatafai Baruji; H. Mashinchi Maheri; A. Abbasnezhad

Volume 5, Issue 1 , June 2017, , Pages 31-42


  In this paper, a new structure of step-up dc-dc converter by using coupled inductor and active-clamped circuit is proposed. The proposed converter generates high voltage gain in comparison with the conventional dc-dc converters. Duo to using active-clamped circuit in the proposed topology the voltage ...  Read More

Presenting a New Method Based on Branch Placement for Optimal Placement of Phasor Measurement Units

K. Mazlumi; M. Mohammad Gholiha1; R. Abbasi; F. Mazlumi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Pages 32-39

  In this paper, a new method based on branch placement for the optimal positioning of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) in power systems is proposed. In this method, the PMUs are in type of single-channel and are installed at the beginning of the branches. Therefore, they are able to measure the bus voltages. ...  Read More

Power System Stability Improvement via TCSC Controller Employing a Multi-objective Strength Pareto Evolutionary Algorithm Approach

M. Darabian; S. Jalilzadeh; M. Azari

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2013, , Pages 33-42

  This paper focuses on multi-objective designing of multi-machine Thyristor Controlled Series Compensator (TCSC) using Strength Pareto Evolutionary Algorithm (SPEA). The TCSC parameters designing problem is converted to an optimization problem with the multi-objective function including the desired damping ...  Read More

A New Transformerless DC-DC Converter for Renewable Energy Applications

A. Yaqoub Hamza; F.A. Jumaa

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 35-41


  In this paper, a novel high step-up voltage switching cell formed by four passive elements and three diodes is proposed. The proposed cell can be integrated into a family of boost converters to obtain substantial dc gain as required by an electrical grid supplied such as solar or fuel cell. It is integrated ...  Read More

Resilience-Oriented Operation of Micro-Grids in both Grid-Connected and Isolated Conditions within Sustainable Active Distribution Networks

S. Behzadi; A. Bagheri; A. Rabiee

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, , Pages 38-51


  Due to the increasing occurrence of natural disasters, importance of maintaining sustainable energy for cities and society is felt more than ever. On the other hand, power loss reduction is a challenging issue of active distribution networks (ADNs). Therefore, the distribution network operators (DNOs) ...  Read More

Characterization of Power Transformer Electromagnetic Forces Affected by Winding Faults

V. Behjat; A. Shams; V. Tamjidi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 40-49


  Electromagnetic forces in power transformer windings are produced by interaction between the leakage fluxes and current passing them. Since the leakage flux distribution along the windings height is in two axial and radial directions, so the electromagnetic forces have two components, radial and axial. ...  Read More

Energy Management
Day-Ahead Economic Dispatch of Coupled Desalinated Water and Power Grids with Participation of Compressed Air Energy Storages

F. Jabari; B. Mohammadi ivatloo; M. B. Bannae Sharifian; H. Ghaebi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 40-48


  Nowadays, water and electricity are closely interdependent essential sources in human life that affect socio-economic growth and prosperity. In other words, electricity is a fundamental source to supply a seawater desalination process, while fresh water is used for cooling this power plant. Therefore, ...  Read More

Power Electronic
Multi-Stage DC-AC Converter Based on New DC-DC Converter for Energy Conversion

Mohammadreza Banaei

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2016, , Pages 42-53

  This paper proposes a multi-stage power generation system suitable for renewable energy sources, which is composed of a DC-DC power converter and a three-phase inverter. The DC-DC power converter is a boost converter to convert the output voltage of the DC source into two voltage sources. The DC-DC converter ...  Read More

Power System Operation
An Intelligent Approach Based on Meta-Heuristic Algorithm for Non-Convex Economic Dispatch

R. Sedaghati; F. Namdari

Volume 3, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 47-55

  One of the significant strategies of the power systems is Economic Dispatch (ED) problem, which is defined as the optimal generation of power units to produce energy at the lowest cost by fulfilling the demand within several limits. The undeniable impacts of ramp rate limits, valve loading, prohibited ...  Read More

A Multi-Objective HBMO-Based New FC-MCR Compensator for Damping of Power System Oscillations

R. Ghanizadeh; A. Jahandideh shendi; M. Ebadian; M. Golkar; A. Ajami

Volume 1, Issue 2 , November 2013, , Pages 110-123

  In this paper, a novel compensator based on Magnetically Controlled Reactor with Fixed Capacitor banks (FC-MCR) is introduced and then power system stability in presence of this compensator is studied using an intelligent control method. The problem of robust FC-MCR-based damping controller design is ...  Read More

Reliability Assessment of Distribution Systems in Presence of Microgrids Considering Uncertainty in Generation and Load Demand

M. Allahnoori; Sh. Kazemi; H. Abdi; R. Keyhani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , December 2014, , Pages 113-120

  The microgrid concept provides attractive solutions for reliability enhancement of power distribution systems. Normally, microgrids contain renewable-energy-based Distributed Generation (DG) units, which their output power varies with different environmental conditions. In addition, load demand usually ...  Read More

Distribution Systems
Application of Multi Objective HFAPSO algorithm for Simultaneous Placement of DG, Capacitor and Protective Device in Radial Distribution Network

Hossein Shayeghi; Masoud Alilou

Volume 3, Issue 2 , December 2015, , Pages 131-146

  In this paper, simultaneous placement of distributed generation, capacitor bank and protective devices are utilized to improve the efficiency of the distribution network. The objectives of the problem are reduction of active and reactive power losses, improvement of voltage profile and reliability indices ...  Read More

Power Electronic
Two Inputs Five-Level Quasi-Z-Source Inverter

A. Baghbany Oskouei; M. R. Banaei; M. Sabahi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 132-142

  This paper combines quasi-Z-source into a typical five-level inverter, which includes two dc voltage sources, two quasi-Z-sources and five switching devices. In this structure, the output voltage amplitude is not limited to dc voltage source and it can be increased by quasi-Z-source. Besides, due to ...  Read More

The Comparing Between Genetic Algorithm and Neural Network to Compute of Three-Basic Solar Cell Parameters with Wide Range of Measured Temperature

Z. K. Gurgi; A. I. Ismael; R. A. Mejeed

Volume 12, Issue 2 , April 2024, , Pages 134-141


  Solar cell efficiency considers an important part of the PV system, the parameters (Io, IL, n, Rs, and Rsh) of solar cell is the main part that effected on efficiency. The Matlab simulation program was used to estimate the three parameters' optimization values and evaluated by the Fminsearch method, ...  Read More