Power and Energy Systems    (PES 2008)

April 16 – 18, 2008
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Editor(s): E. Fuchs
249 pages
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Track Fault Detection, Diagnosis, Protection, and Power Quality FreeSubscription
617-005 Investigation of Leakage Current on High Voltage Polymer (RTV SIR) Coated Insulators
D. Pylarinos, S. Lazarou, G. Marmidis, E. Pyrgioti, and E. Thalassinakis (Greece)
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617-013 Power Transformer Protection using Support Vector Machine Network
Z. Moravej (Iran)
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617-023 An Experimental Evaluation of Short-Time Flicker Index
J.Z. Klepacki, S.B. Tennakoon, and M. Al-Tai (UK)
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617-050 Novel Energy Saving Motor Drive with Minimum Harmonics for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Application
M.H. Jodeyri and S.B. Tennakoon (UK)
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617-055 Experimental Study on Shielding Effect of Trees on Direct Strokes to MV Distribution Lines
O.M. Adebayo and L. Matti (Finland)
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617-060 Power System Smart Control and Verification
S. Bhattacharyya, J. Nutaro, L.E. Miller, T. Kuruganti, and M. Shankar (USA)
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617-085 Harmonics Elimination and VAR Compensation for 3P3W and 3P4W Distribution Systems using Shunt Active Filters
R.D. Patidar, S.P. Singh, and J.D. Sharma (India)
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617-096 Fault Diagnosis on Power Transformers using Non-Electric Method
W. Ma, C. Xie, M. Ao, and F. Cheng (PRC)
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617-800 Development of Customized Low Voltage (LV) Distribution Automation System (DAS) for Effective Fault Operation and Fault Isolation
M.M. Ahmed and W.L. Soo (Malaysia)
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Track Renewable, Distributed, Generation and Power Line FreeSubscription
617-015 A New Approach to the Design of a Small Power Network using a Self Control Re-Usable Energy Source
C.J. Hu and F.S. Barnes (USA)
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617-020 Evaluation and Mitigation of Low Voltage Network Thermal Constraints
L.M. Cipcigan, P.C. Taylor, and P.F. Lyons (UK)
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617-038 Vector Control of an Isolated Doubly Fed Induction Generator for Wind Energy Application
H.M. El-Helw and S.B. Tennakoon (UK)
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617-041 Development of Fuel Cell Simulator
W. Shen (Malaysia)
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617-056 Power Line Communication Denoising with Adaptive Wavelet Filters
E. Sheybani and N. Rashidi (USA)
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617-064 Demonstrative PV Systems for an Isolated System
H.P. Ladner-García and E. O'Neill-Carillo (USA)
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617-065 Study of Vegetable Oils Produced in Bangladesh as Alternative Fuel for Internal Combusiton Engines
J.R. Khan (Banglsdesh, USA) and I. Hossain (Bangladesh)
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617-068 Power Dithering Algorithm to Avoid the Overcoming of the Voltage Limit in Presence of DG on Distribution Networks
V. Calderaro, V. Coppola, V. Galdi, and A. Piccolo (Italy)
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617-090 A Proposed Approach for Small Scale Solar Electricity Generation, Use, and Distribution
W. Brodbeck (USA)
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617-803 Performance Analysis of OFDM and P-Persistent CSMA/CD-based indoor PLC Networks
J. Li and Q.-A. Zeng (USA)
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Track Power System Analysis, Operation, and Control FreeSubscription
617-039 Generation Expansion Effect on the Short Circuit Levels at the Transmission and Distribution Networks of the Libyan Power System
O.S. Alabaidi, S.O. Osman, and E.A. Elshaaleia (Libya)
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617-043 Newton Optimization Method Applied to Unsolvable Load Flow Problems
L.V. Barboza (Brazil)
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617-045 Impact of Large Industrial Customers on Power Quality of HV Transmission Power Grid: A Practical Case Study
K. Ellithy, A. Al-Subaie, A. Al Shafie, and A. Al Obaidly (Qatar)
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617-047 Online Time-Domain Tracking of Low and Medium Voltage Cable Parameters under Intermittent Excitation
J.A. Taylor and S.M. Halpin (USA)
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617-048 On the Current Desomposition based on Instantaneous Apparent Power Vector
M. Popescu, A. Bitoleanu, M. Dobriceanu, and M.A. Popescu (Romania)
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617-061 Intentional Islanding Maintaining Power Systems Operation during Major Emergencies
E.F. Fuchs and F.S. Fuchs (USA)
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617-073 Power Oscillation Damping using UPFC in Automatic Power Flow Control Mode with Constant Power Reference
D. Aravindan, G.S. Ilango, C. Nagamani, and A.V.S.S.R. Sai (India)
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617-081 Using Phase Measurements in Existing State Estimation Programs
G.L. Kusic (USA) and N. Talaat (Egypt)
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617-082 Live Line Measurement to the Inductance Parameters of T-Connection Transmission Lines with Mutual Inductance
Z. Hu, L. Fang, X. Xie, and Y. Fan (PRC)
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617-084 Generation Rescheduling with Dynamic Voltage Stability Consideration
D. Bo, J. Zhang, C.Y. Chung, and L. Jun (PRC)
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617-093 Torque Estimation for a Switched Reluctance Motor using Direct Flux Measurements
R.A. McCann and W. Traore (USA)
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Track Electricity Market FreeSubscription
617-016 Models for Security Investment in Electricity Market
N. Zhang (USA)
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617-040 A Proposal for Reactive Power Pricing for Gencos
G.A. Vaidya, N. Gopalakrishnan, and Y.P. Nerkar (India)
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617-063 Energy Efficiency and Emissions Reductions in Argentina, Peru, Philippines and South Africa
K.H. Tiedemann (Canada)
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617-069 A Multi-Criteria Decision Framework for Optimal Augmentation of Transmission Grid Addressing a Tool for Sensitive Zone Detection in Electricity Market
M.R. Hesamzadeh, N. Hosseinzadeh, and P.J. Wolfs (Australia)
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617-071 Forecasting Market Participant Behavior in Power Market
B. Kashanizadeh, M. Ehsan, and M.F. Firuzabad (Iran)
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617-079 Genetic Algorithm based Economic Load Dispatch with Valve Point Effect
B. Vanaja, S. Hemamalini, and S.P. Simon (India)
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617-087 Improved Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network Input Parameters for Load Forecasting
C. Senabre, S. Valero, M. Ortiz, and A.Gabaldón (Spain)
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617-089 Orchestrating Utility Supply and Demand in Real-Time via the Internet, Home Networks, and Smart Appliances
R.F. Cruickshank III (USA)
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617-091 Cold Load Pick-up Algorithms for Line-Voltage Thermostats in a Winter Climate
C. Le Bel and L. Handfield (Canada)
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617-092 Unit Commitment Scheduling by using the Neural Network-Weighted Frequency Bin Blocks Model based-Next Day Load Forecasting
U.B. Filik and M. Kurban (Turkey)
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617-802 A Performance-based Markov Modelling for Reliability Evaluation of Competitive Electricity Markets
A. Ehsani, A.M. Ranjbar, and M. Fotuhi-Firuzabad (Iran)
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The publication covers the following topics: Electricity Infrastructure & Weather and Reliability (Storm Monitoring, Grid Hardening, Restoration, Blackouts); Renewable Energy and Distributed Systems (Wind, Solar, Geothermal, Biomass, Ocean Energy); Planning, Operations, and Analysis; Regulation, Policy, Economics, Markets, and Risk Analysis; Modelling, Simulation, and Real-Time Applications; Communication and Control; and Nuclear Energy.

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