Power and Energy Systems    (PES 2002)

May 13 – 15, 2002
Marina del Rey, USA
Editor(s): A. A. Edris, G. Karady, D. Koval & K. M. Smedley
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Track Plenary Session FreeSubscription
352-148 Feeding the Grid from Regenerative Sources - The Way to a Sustainable Energy Supply?
W. Leonhard (Germany)
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352-204 Policy Making and Implementation Process: The Case of Intermittent Power
W.W. Clark II and G. Morris (USA)
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352-210 Personal Computer Voltage Susceptibility Characteristics
M. Tahir Siddique, D.O. Koval, and J. Salmon (Canada)
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352-237 Progression of Power Electronics - Its Impact on Energy and Environment
B.K. Bose (USA)
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Track Energy Efficiency and Environmental Effect (PGRES) FreeSubscription
352-066 Analysis of an Electromagnetic Suspension System for Ground Vehicles
S. Mirzaei, S. Mortaza Saghaiannejad, and M. Moallem (Iran)
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352-121 Energy Efficiency and Environmental Emissions Reduction: A Factor Decomposition Analysis
R.M. Shrestha and T.A. Le (Thailand)
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352-129 Defining a Global Energetic Efficiency Indicator for Electrical Energy Consumption in Groundwater Wells
N.J. Saggioro, J.A. Cagnon, and I. Nunes da Silva (Brazil)
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352-137 Long Term Measurement of Occupational and Free Time Exposure to Magnetic Fields in Finland
T. Sauramaki, T. Keikko, S. Kuusiluoma, and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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352-156 The Efficacy of Hydrogen in Direct Contact Seawater Desalination
M. Tekelioglu and B.D. Wood (USA)
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352-157 Second Law Implications for Hydrogen as a Fuel
M. Tekelioglu and B.D. Wood (USA)
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352-171 Clean Energy for Cooling in Warm and Humid Climates
P.D. Dan and R..M. Aynsley (Australia)
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Track Modelling and Control of Power Generation Systems (PGRES) FreeSubscription
352-050 A Parallel Processing Scheme in Power Systems Computation
L. Chen, Y. Tada, and R. Tanabe (Japan)
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352-081 Disturbance Analysis of the Fuel Feed System in Multi-Fuel Combustion
J. Mononen, I. Lerssi, and K. Leppakoski (Finland)
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352-102 Alternating Current Excitation Control of Asynchronized Synchronous Generator based on DSP
L. Heping, C. Xuemei, Z. Qingfeng, W. Mingyu, W. Weijun, and D. Li (PRC)
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352-133 Fuzzy Torque Control for Induction Motor
L. Shan, L. Heping, C. Xuemei, and W. Mingyu (PRC)
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352-141 Improvements in Micro-Controller-Based Super Visioning Systems for Remote Control of Power Plants
G. Capponi, P. Livreri, L. Mulone, and P. Scalia (Italy)
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352-150 Application of Nonlinear Controller in Speed Control of Power Systems
F. Fatehi (USA)
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Track Power Systems Modelling, Planning, and Design (PSPO) FreeSubscription
352-054 Transfer Function Algorithm for Locating Ground Faults on Power Distribution
Z. Wu, X. Yang, Y. Weng, and G. Yi (PRC)
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352-094 Impact of Directly-Connected Generator Design on Balanced Fault Behaviour
J.D.F. McDonald and T.K. Saha (Australia)
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352-095 Modeling and Optimizing Power Busbars taking into Account Magnetics Materials
J.-M. Guichon, E. Clavel, J. Roudet, F. Janet, and V. Mazauric (France)
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352-120 Recent Advances in the Modeling and Analysis of Induction Machines with Non-uniform Air-gap using the Modified Winding Function Theory
S. Nandi (Canada)
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352-145 Location of Eigenvalues Influenced by Different Models of Synchronous Machines
E. Johansson, J. Persson, L. Lindkvist, and L. Söder (Sweden)
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352-180 Direct Current Busing System Design
W.-J. Lee and L.D. Swift (USA)
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352-181 Effects of Generation Scheduling on VAR Planning
S. Suppalertpaisith, S. Premrudeepreechacharn, and T. Thanasaksiri (Thailand)
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352-183 GIS Enhanced Long-Term Planning of MV Distribution Networks
Z. Zmijarevic, S. Krajcar, and D. Skrlec (Croatia)
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352-195 Using UCA Standard to Model Hydroelectric Power Plant Automation System
C.A. Villacorta Cardoso, J.A. Jardini, and L.C. Magrini (Brazil)
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Track Electrical Machines and Fact Devices FreeSubscription
352-041 Phenomena of Forward and Backward Rotation Fields in Respect of Localized Flux Distribution and Core Losses in a Single-phase Induction Motor
H. Heydari and A. Izadian (Iran)
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352-056 Inconsistencies in Electric Motor Certification Requirements
A.L. Gattozzi and R.E. Hebner (USA)
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352-064 Unbalanced Operation of Six Phase Slip Ring Induction Motor-Rotor with Two Phases Open
B. Brahmaiah, P.S. Subramanyam (India), and K. V. Babu (USA)
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352-073 Simultaneous Tuning of a Coordinated Facts Device for Stability Enhancement using a Micro-GA
K. Hongesombut, Y. Mitani, and K. Tsuji (Japan)
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352-088 Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor for Damping Power System Oscillations
J. Matsuki, Y. Hayashi, and S. Hasegawa (Japan)
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352-149 Improvement of Transient Stability in Power Transmission System via TCSC
D. Gu, Y. Wang, and S. Bi (PRC)
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352-190 Chaos in Power Transformers Including the Core Hysteresis
S.H. Fathi, M. Rostami, M. Abedi, and C. Lucas (Iran)
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Track Energy Management and Economic Load Dispatch (PSPO) FreeSubscription
352-080 Modified Hopfield Method to Economic Dispatch of Units with Multiple Fuel Options
P. Somasundaram, S.G. Bharathi Dasan, G. Sadasivam, K. Kuppusamy, and R.P. Kumudini Devi (India)
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352-085 Developing Electricity Bidding Strategies using Evolutionary Algorithms and Game Theory
J. Yin and Y. Li (UK)
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352-115 Energy Management by Internet
C.A. da C. Alves Barbosa, H.N. Baptista Gonçalves, and O.M. de C. Ferreira Soares (Portugal)
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352-132 A Study of Applying Artificial Neural Network on Regional Power Demand Forecasting in Taiwan Area
C.-C. Wang and W.-S. Kao (Taiwan)
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352-211 Southern Africa Power Pool – Its Benefits to the Botswana Power Corporation
G.O. Anderson and L. Chilimanzi (Botswana)
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Track Protection Systems, Insulation, and Grounding FreeSubscription
352-042 Current Evaluation Inside a Power Fuse
J.-M. Guichon, M. Besacier, J.-L. Schanen, E. Clavel, and J.-L. Gelet (France)
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352-077 Electrical Insulation Behaviour Subject to Fast Transients using a Tesla Transformer
T. Sels, J. Karas, J. Lopez-Roldan, J. Declercq, D. Van Dommelen, and R. Belmans (Belgium)
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352-097 Fast Fault Detection for Power Distribution Systems
M. Öhrström and L. Söder (Sweden)
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352-112 Resistance to Ground of Body on Non Homogeneous Soil
R. Tommasini and R. Pertusio (Italy)
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352-131 Analysis on the Forces Generated in Puffer Type Circuit Breaker
S.H. Park, C.Y. Bae, H.K. Kim, K.Y. Park, and H.K. Jung (Korea)
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352-154 Safety Limits for Sinusoidal Waves with Phase Control
R. Tommasini and R. Pertusio (Italy)
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352-167 Numerical Analysis of Cold Flow in Gas Circuit Breaker Considering the Properties of SF6
C.Y. Bae, H.K. Jung, K.Y. Cho, H.K. Kim, and K.Y. Park (Korea)
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352-182 Dimensional Optimisation of Non Ceramic Insulator based on Influence Leakage Current and Tangential Electric Field
I. Garniwa, R. Setiabudy, A. Alfauzi, and A. Dewi (Indonesia)
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352-198 Measurement and Optical Detection of Partial Discharges
M. Muhr, S. Pack, R. Schwarz, and B. Koerbler (Austria)
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352-229 Network Sensitivity Analysis in Insulation Fault Monitoring of Power Transformer
E. Qiang, X. Yang, and Z. Wu (PRC)
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Track Harmonics and Power Quality FreeSubscription
352-053 Optimal Capacitor Placement using Sensitivity Index and Differential Evolution for the Three-Phase Distribution Systems with Harmonic Distortion
Y.-H. Yan, T.-H. Wu, and C.-S. Ho (Taiwan)
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352-105 Power Quality and Reliability Supply Improvement using a Power Conditioning System with Energy Storage Capability
D. Casadei, G. Grandi, and C. Rossi (Italy)
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352-113 Supply Voltage Dip Monitoring with a Sparse Sampling kWh-Meter
P. Koponen, A. Mäkinen, and S. Vehviläinen (Finland)
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352-127 Active Power Filtering using an Optimized Control Algorithm
A. Pigazo, R.I. Diego, and V. Moreno (Spain)
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352-155 Harmonics of Electric and Magnetic Fields in Electric Power System
S. Kuusiluoma, T. Keikko, T. Sauramäki, and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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352-170 Wavelet-based Classification of Power Quality Disturbances using Radial Basis Function Networks
T.A. Hoang and D.T. Nguyen (Australia)
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352-186 A New Transform Method for Modeling Unbalanced Electric Power Systems
R. McCann and M. Daniels (USA)
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352-193 Algorithm Comparison for Robust High Speed Voltage Sags and Swells Detection
C. Yingvivatanapong, W.-J. Lee, S. Oraintara, and D. Johnson (USA)
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352-196 Switching Time Bifurcation Analysis in a TCR, using the Intelligent Resistance Method ( IRM)
M. Rostami, S.H. Fathi, M. Abedi, and C.Lucas (Iran)
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Track Wind, Solar, and Ground Thermal Power Generation FreeSubscription
352-051 Investigation of Faults in an Autonomous Wind-Diesel Hybrid Energy System by Simulation
E.C. Tsimplostephanakis and A.N. Safacas (Greece)
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352-084 An Assessment of the State of Knowledge on Utility Integration of WECS Technologies
Y.I. Sharaf-Eldeen and R.L. Sullivan (USA)
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352-087 PV Pumping and Lighting Combined System
Z. Zhao, J. Liu, S. Meng, and K. Chen (PRC)
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352-110 DC Bus Voltage Control for Renewable Energy Distributed Power Systems
P. Karlsson and J. Svensson (Sweden)
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352-116 Performance Tests of a Prototype Ground Source Heat Engine
J.W. Stevens (USA)
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352-162 Catalytic Reforming-Shift Processors for Hydrogen Generation and Continuous Fuel Cell Operation
Z. Ziaka-Vasileiadou and S. Vasileiadis (USA)
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352-178 Equivalent Circuit Based Algorithm – A New Proposal for Control of Solar Generators
D. Bechler, F. Benecke, and H. Güldner (Germany)
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352-207 Fuel Cells, Their Technology and State of Development
V. Gerez and H. Nehrir (USA)
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352-239 Dynamic Models for Interaction between Wind Turbines and Power Systems
P. Sørensen, A.D. Hansen, F. Blaabjerg, and J. Bech (Denmark)
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Track Power Systems Control and Stability Analysis FreeSubscription
352-071 Critical Cluster Identification using Line Transient Potential Energy and Voltage
K.W. Chan, G.W. Cai, T.S. Chung, and G. Mu (PRC)
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352-079 Coordinated Secondary Voltage Controller using Artificial Neural Networks
P. Somasundaram, R. Manickavasagam, G. Sadasivam, K. Kuppusamy, and R.P. Kumidini Devi (India)
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352-146 Power System Stabilizer based on a Neural Supervisor from a Local Model Network
C. Tavares-Da-Costa, Jr., J.A.L. Barreiros, A.M.D. Ferreira, and W. Barra, Jr. (Brazil)
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352-177 A Methodology for Reactive Power Reserve Management
N.S. Gomes and L.D.B. Terra (Brazil)
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352-197 Model Reference Adaptive Control of Synchronous Machine Speed via Model-updating Concept
K.S. Al-Olimat, A.A.Ghandakly, and A.M. Farhoud (USA)
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Track Inverters/Converters for Power Generation and Quality Control FreeSubscription
352-107 Generalized High-power Current Compensator based on Multilevel Converter
L. Zhou, Q. Yi, X. Zhou, and M. Luo (PRC)
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352-109 Advanced Static Var Generator with One-Cycle Control
L. Zhou, J. Jiang, and L. Zhou (PRC)
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352-124 Potential Applications and Evaluation of AC-AC Converter for Renewable-Energy Conversions
J. Chen, T. Sun, and J. Chang (USA)
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352-125 Application of Power Converters in Distribution Systems: Perspectives and Computational Tools
W. Freitas, E. Asada, and A. Morelato (Brazil)
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352-147 Enhanced Method for Controlling Dependent Integrated PWM Converter-Inverter System
E.H.E. Bayoumi, A. Maamoun (Egypt), O. Pyrhonen (Finland), M.O. Khalil, and A. Mhfouz (Egypt)
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352-191 Operation of Unified Constant-frequency Integration Controlled Three-phase Power Factor Correction in Unbalanced System
T. Jin and K.M. Smedley (USA)
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352-194 High Power Quality Inverter for Renewable Energy Power Generation
Yang Chen and Keyue M. Smedley (USA)
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Track Distributed Power Generation and Energy Storage (PGRES) FreeSubscription
352-068 Temperature Maintenance of the Aluminum Chlorine Battery
C.W. Gullikson (USA)
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352-076 Fast Model for Monitoring of Backup Batteries in Telecommunications Networks
A. Tenno, R. Tenno, and T. Suntio (Finland)
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352-122 Battery Energy Storage for Stand-Alone Micro-Source Distributed Generation Systems
M.S. Illindala and G. Venkataramanan (USA)
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352-201 Development of a Two-stroke Compression Ignited Linear Engine for Electrical Power Generation
S. Taylor and P. Famouri (USA)
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Track Special Session 1: Power System Planning and Market Design in Restructured Energy Systems FreeSubscription
352-240 Design of Incentive Functions for Market Monitoring and Control of Electric Energy Services
A. Keyhani (USA)
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352-241 Interactions and Coordination between Energy and Reserve Markets
S. Hao and D. Shirmohammadi (USA)
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352-242 Generation Reserve Allocation and Pricing
R.W. Ferrero and S.M. Shahidehpour (USA)
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352-243 An Introduction to Planning and Operations in the Restructured Electric Utility Industry
D. Shirmohammadi and E. Vaahedi (USA)
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Track Special Session 2: Control and Design of Power Converters in Distributed Energy Systems FreeSubscription
352-230 Control of Zonal DC Distribution Systems: A Stability Perspective
S.D. Sudhoff, S.F. Glover, S.H. Żak, S.D. Pekarek, E.J. Zivi, D.E. Delisle, and J. Sauer (USA)
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352-233 UPS Overload Protection and Current Control Using Discrete-time Sliding Mode Technique
A. Keyhani and M.N. Marwali (USA)
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352-234 A Hardware Power Electronic-based Distribution and Propulsion Testbed
S. Pekarek, J. Tichenor, B. Dusadeesapaporn, N. Benavides, J. Wooldridge, A. Koenig, S. Brouwer, P. Beccue, S. Sudhoff, B. Kuhn, S. Glover, D. Aliprantis, J. Byoun, C. Kwon, B. Loop, O. Lorrenze, B. Ashton, J. Ciezki, D.E Delisle, and J. Sauer (USA)
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Track Special Session 3: Current and Proposed Army and Department of Defense Distributed Generation Technology Demonstrations FreeSubscription
352-224 Market Barriers and Emerging Opportunities for Distributed Energy Resource Networks
J. Meyer and S. Castelaz (USA)
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352-225 DoD PAFC Fleet Experience of 30 Fuel Cell Generators
N. M. Josefik, M.J. Binder, W.R. Taylor, and F.H. Holcomb (USA)
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352-226 Use of Renewable Energy Technologies at U.S. Army Facilities
R. Ducey (USA)
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352-227 Installation Case Study of DoD Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells at the Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, New York
M. Doud, S. Frost, and John Vogel (USA)
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352-228 Progress of Tubular SOFC Demonstrations
C.A. Forbes (USA)
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Track Papers from Other IASTED Conferences FreeSubscription
328-013 Seasonal Artificial Neural Network Forecasters
O. Alsayegh, B. Alfeeli, and O. Almatar (Kuwait)
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328-142 Seasonal Artificial Neural Network Forecasters
M. Tekelioglu and B.D. Wood (USA)
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This publication covers the following topics: Energy Efficiency and Environmental Effect (PGRES); Modelling and Control of Power Generation Systems (PGRES); Power Systems Modelling, Planning, and Design (PSPO); Electrical Machines and Fact Devices; Energy Management and Economic Load Dispatch (PSPO); Protection Systems, Insulation, and Grounding; Harmonics and Power Quality; Wind, Solar, and Ground Thermal Power Generation; Power Systems Control and Stability Analysis; Inverters/Converters for Power Generation and Quality Control; Distributed Power Generation and Energy Storage (PGRES); Power System Planning and Market Design in Restructured Energy Systems; Control and Design Power Converters in Distributed Energy Systems; and Current and Proposed Army and Department of Defense Distributed Generation Technology Demonstrations.

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