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Volume 11 (2023)
Volume 10 (2022)
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Volume 8 (2020)
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Volume 1 (2013)
Research paper
Super-Twisting Control for a Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG)-Based Wind Turbine Using a Nonlinear Observer

H. Bahlouli; A. Mansouri; M. Bouhamida

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 1-19


  The high cost and complexity of using sensors for controlling processes have led to the development of observer techniques that aim to estimate system states without the need for sensors. These techniques reduce system complexity and can potentially reduce product and maintenance costs. In this paper, ...  Read More

Research paper
A Modified Switched Capacitor Multilevel Inverter with Symmetric and Asymmetric Extendable Configurations

F. Sedaghati; S. Ebrahimzadeh; H. Dolati; H. Shayeghi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 20-27


  Switched capacitor multilevel inverters with low input DC voltage sources and voltage boost capability are very attractive to producing a high voltage levels in the output. The paper introduces a modified switched capacitor multilevel inverter with voltage boost capability. The suggested topology can ...  Read More

Research paper
Optimal Operation of Microgrids Containing Tidal Barrage with Hydro-Pumps

M.R. Negahdari; A. Ghaedi; M. Nafar; M. Simab

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 28-37


  For providing required load in n coastal and island regions, tidal barrage can be integrated in microgrids. To produce electricity from tides, in tidal barrage, water is moved between sea and reservoir through sluices containing turbines to generate electricity. In operation phase, produced power of ...  Read More

Research paper
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

Research paper Relays & Protection
Empirical Mode Decomposition and Optimization Assisted ANN Based Fault Classification Schemes for Series Capacitor Compensated Transmission Line

O. koduri; R. Ramachandran; M. Saiveerraju

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 52-73


  This paper presents two intelligent classifier schemes for classifying the faults in a series capacitor compensated transmission line (SCCTL). The first proposed intelligent classifier scheme is a particle swarm optimization-assisted artificial neural network (PSO-ANN). The second, proposed one is a ...  Read More

Research paper
Designing a Robust SMC for Voltage and Power Control in Islanded Micro-grid and Simultaneous use of Load Shedding Method

M. Zadehbagheri; M.J. Kiani; S. Khandan

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 74-87


  Nowadays micro-grids (MG) as one of the most important methods used for electric power generation from renewable energy to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and reducing environmental pollution have been considered. Due to the increasing number of distributed generation (DG) sources and MGs in the power ...  Read More

Research paper Energy Management
Traffic Uncertainty Modeling and Energy Management of Smart Distribution Networks with the Presence of Parking Lots

Sh. Shadi; J. Salehi; A. Safari

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 88-98


  Energy management (EM) in smart distribution networks (SDN) is to schedule the power transaction between the SDN and the existing distributed energy resources (DERs) e.g., distributed generations, especially renewable resources and electrical vehicles, from an eco-technical viewpoint. Due to the dual ...  Read More

Research paper
A Resilience-Oriented Graph-Based Method for Restoration of Critical Loads in Distribution Networks Using Microgrids

M. Karimi; M. Eslamian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2025, Pages 99-109


  This paper presents a resilience-based approach for critical load restoration in distribution networks using microgrids during extreme events when the main supply is disrupted. Reconfiguration of the distribution network using graph theory is investigated, for which Dijkstra's algorithm is first used ...  Read More