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Volume 11 (2023)
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Research paper
Improving the Thermal and Electrical Properties of Transformer Oil Using ‎Hybrid Nanofluid

A.H. Mashhadzadeh; M. Ghanbari; A. Koochaki; M.G. Ahangari

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 175-178


  Improving the insulating and thermal properties of transformer oil is one of the factors in the use of nanoparticles (NPs) in oil. However, the use of NPs may only have a positive effect on some properties of the oil or even have a negative effect on the other properties of the oil. For this reason, ...  Read More

Research paper
A New Fuzzy Direct Power Control of Doubly-Fed Induction Generator in a ‎Wind Power System

A. Hasanzadeh; H. Shayeghi; S.R. Mousavi aghdam

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 179-188


  This paper presents a new fuzzy direct power control of double-fed induction generators (DFIG) in the wind power system. The most important issue in the application of DFIG generators is proper control of the active and reactive powers of these generators, which are generally carried out by vector control ...  Read More

Research paper
Design and Implementation of Multi-Source and Multi-Consumer Energy ‎Sharing System in Collaborative Smart Microgrid Installation

M. Ben Belgacem; B. Gassara; A. Fakhfakh

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 189-199


  Many published studies debated electrical energy management. They mainly investigate the multi-source installation to develop energy efficiency during its different phases: production, distribution, and consumption. Although it is rarely discussed, energy sharing is a critical part of the energy management ...  Read More

Research paper
Seebeck Generators and Their Performance in Generating Electricity

M.A. Qasim; V.I. Velkin; A.K. Hassan

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 200-205


  Nowadays, renewable energy sources are considered better choices in the field of energy generation. It is possible to replace traditional energy sources (i.e., petroleum oil and gases) with more attractive alternatives. This presents several advantages, such as low emissions of greenhouse gases and reduction ...  Read More

Applied paper
Investigating the Practical Applications of the Frequency Response of the ‎Transformers Extracted Using the Lightning Impulse Test Results

H. R. Mirzaei

Volume 10, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 206-213


  The Lightning Impulse (LI) test is performed on newly manufactured power transformers as a routine Factory Acceptance Test (FAT). A well-known Marx Impulse Generator (MIG) is utilized in this test. The setting of the MIG can be changed to obtain standard LI wave shape. Since various power transformers ...  Read More

Research paper
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

Research paper
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

Research paper
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