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Research paper Long and Short Term Operation
Optimal Short-Term Coordination of Desalination, Hydro and Thermal Units

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

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 141-147


  The fossil fuels consumption is rapidly growing due to increased water and electricity demands. An interconnected water-energy nexus is generally composed of thermal power plants, combined potable water and power (CWP) generation units, and desalination only processes. Hence, participation of hydro power ...  Read More

Research paper Distribution Systems
Multi-objective Grasshopper Optimization Algorithm based Reconfiguration of Distribution Networks

M.A. Tavakoli Ghazi Jahani; P. Nazarian; A. Safari; M.R. Haghifam

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 148-156


  Network reconfiguration is a nonlinear optimization procedure which calculates a radial structure to optimize the power losses and improve the network reliability index while meeting practical constraints. In this paper, a multi-objective framework is proposed for optimal network reconfiguration with ...  Read More

Research paper 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

Research paper Micro Grid
A Repetitive Control- Based Approach for Power Sharing Among Boost Converters in DC Microgrids

M. Zolfaghari; G. B. Gharehpetian; M. Abedi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 168-175


  In this paper a repetitive control (RC) approach to improve current sharing between parallel-connected boost converters in DC microgrids is presented. The impact of changes in line impedance on current sharing is investigated. A repetitive controller is designed and connected in series with current controller ...  Read More

Research paper Renewable Energy
Maximum Power Point Tracker for Photovoltaic Systems Based on Moth-Flame Optimization Considering Partial Shading Conditions

R. Aghaie; M. Farshad

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 176-186


  The performance of photovoltaic (PV) systems is highly dependent on environmental conditions. Due to probable changes in environmental conditions, the real-time control of PV systems is essential for exploiting their maximum possible power. This paper proposes a new method to track the maximum power ...  Read More

Research paper Energy Management
Electrical Load Manageability Factor Analyses by Artificial Neural Network Training

N. Eskandari; S. Jalilzadeh

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 187-195


  On typical medium voltage feeder, Load side management means power energy consumption controlling at connected loads. Each load has various amount of reaction to essential parameters variation that collection of these reactions is mentioned feeder behavior to each parameter variation. Temperature, humidity, ...  Read More

Research paper Power System Stability
The Effect of High Penetration Level of Distributed Generation Sources on Voltage Stability Analysis in Unbalanced Distribution Systems Considering Load Model

M. Kazeminejad; M. Banejad; U. Annakkage; N. Hosseinzadeh

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 196-205


  Static voltage stability is considered as one of the main issues for primary identification before voltage collapsing in distribution systems. Although, the optimum siting of distributed generation resources in distribution electricity network can play a significant role in voltage stability improving ...  Read More

Research paper Flexible AC TransmissionSystems (FACTs) Devices
Analyzing Impacts of FACTS Devices in Dealing with Short-Term and Long-Term Wind Turbine Faults

A. Shahdadi; B. Z-M-Shahrekohne; S. M. Barakati

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 206-215


  More than one hundred countries are using wind energy due to their easy implementation, cheap energy, and high energy efficiency. Implementation of FACTS devices in Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS) has been dramatically improved due to cooperative and accurate performance of FACTS devices. However, ...  Read More

Research paper
Stabilizing Microgrid Frequency by Linear Controller Design to Increase Dynamic Response of Diesel Generator Frequency Control Loop

H. Radmanesh; M. Saeidi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 216-226


  In this paper, a distributed generation including diesel generators, wind turbines, and microturbines are introduced, and their mathematical model is described using the Taylor expansion method. With the goal of computational complexity eliminating, the reduced order model (ROM) of microgrid components ...  Read More

Research paper
Recognition and Location of Power Transformer Turn to Turn Fault by Analysis of Winding Imposed Forces

A. Torkaman; V. Naeini

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 227-234


  Turn to turn fault is one of the major internal failures in the power transformers that if it is not quickly detected, can be extended and led to a complete transformer breakdown. So, the diagnosis and location of the turn to turn fault of the power transformer, as one of the most important equipment ...  Read More

Research paper Micro Grid
An Adaptive Load Voltage Support Control Strategy for Inverter-based Renewable Energy Conversion System

M. Shahparasti; P. Teimourzadeh Baboli

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 235-245


  In this paper, an adaptive control strategy is proposed for the inverters of renewable energy source (RES) to simultaneously control the load voltage, grid current and the amount of instantaneous injected power to the grid in the presence of grid voltage distortions and nonlinearity of load current. ...  Read More

Research paper Distribution Systems
A Customer Oriented Approach for Distribution System Reliability Improvement Using Optimal Distributed Generation and Switch Placement

P. Salyani; J. Salehi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , October 2019, Pages 246-260


  The reliability of distribution networks is inherently low due to their radial nature, consequently distribution companies (DisCos) usually seek to improve the system reliability indices with the minimum possible investment cost. This can be known as system-oriented reliability planning (SORP). However, ...  Read More