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RE&PQJ-11 ISSN 2172-038X I RE&PQJ-11 Index

Renewable Energy & Power Quality Journal, Vol.1, No.11, March 2013



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High-resolution CFD modelling of Lillgrund Wind farm
A.C.W. Creech(1), W.-G. Früh(2), E. Maguire(3)
1. Institute of Energy Systems, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh. United Kingdom
2. Institute of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering, School of Physical Sciences and  
    Engineering, Heriot-Watt University. United Kingdom
3. Vattenfall United Kingdom, Research & Development New Renewables. United Kingdom




Cooperative Voltage Control of Distributed Generation and Grid Connected Converter in DC Microgrid
Jong-chan Choi(1), Ho-young Jeong(2), Dong-jun Won(1), Seon-ju Ahn(3), Seung-il Moon(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering, Inha University, Incheon. Korea South 
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University. Korea South
3. Department of Electrical Engineering, Chonnam University, Gwangju. Korea South




A Computational Contribution to Analyse the Connection of Independent Power Producer at the Grid
L. M. Peres(1), M. L. R. Chaves(1), G. C. Guimarães(1), F. A. M. Moura(2)
1. Universidade Federal de Uberlândia – UFU. School of Electrical Engineering. Brazil
2. Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro, Department of Electrical Engineering Uberaba, MG.Brazil




Back-pass non-perforated unglazed solar collector: performance and evaluation
M A Paya-Marin(1), J B P Lim(1), B Sen Gupta(1), R M Lawson(2)

1. School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering Queen's University Belfast. United Kingdom
2. Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey. United Kingdom




Voltage Balance Monitoring Based on Voltage’s Instantaneous Space Phasor Geometrical Loci
Aurelian Crăciunescu(1), Gloria Ciumbulea(1), Cătălina Necula Dumitrică(2), Mihai Predescu(3)
1. Electrical Engineering Faculty,University Politehnica of Bucharest. Romania
2. Universitatea Valahia din Târgoviste, Facultatea de Ingenerie Electrică. Romania
3. Aeolus Energy International SRL. Romania




Experimental Assessment of PV Panels Front Water Cooling Strategy
Loredana Dorobanţu, Mihai Popescu, Claudia Popescu,  Aurelian Crăciunescu
 Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University Politehnica of Bucharest. Romania




Implementation of a controller for a static VAr compensator in large industrial networks
Lj. Spasojević, I. Papič, B. Blažič
 Faculty for Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. Slovenia




Energetic sustainability of the building substitution: the rewards and the facilitations of the Italian Piano Casa
V. Sapienza(1), A. Gagliano(2), R. Chiaramonte(3)
1. Department of Architecture.DARC, University of Catania. Italy
2. DII, University of Catania. Italy  
3 Professional engineer. Catania. Italy




Fluid Structure Interaction of a loaded Darrieus Marine Current Turbine
M. Belhache(1), S. Guillou(1), P. Grangeret(1), A. Santa-Cruz(1), F. Bellanger(2)
1. Laboratoire Universitaire des Sciences Appliquées de Cherbourg. France
2. IUT de Cherbourg-Octeville




Measurement of Power Quality Effects and Energy Efficiency of Various Light Technologies
L. Arsov(1), M. Cundeva-Blajer(1), I. Iljazi(2)
1. Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Skopje. R. Macedonia
2. South Eastern European University-Tetovo. R. Macedonia




Oscillating rotary electrical machine for Stirling cycle heat pump and other devices of renewable energy
S. Kudarauskas(1), J. Ulbikas(2), T. Razvanovičius(1)
1. Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies "ProTech". Vilnius. Lithuania
2. JSC "EuropaParama". Vilnius. Lithuania




Effects of geometries on flow characteristics and reforming performance of a steam-methane reformer
J. S. Lee(1), J. Seo(1), H. Y. Kim(1), S. Park(1) Y.Lee(2)
1. School of Mechanical Engineering, Korea University
2. Energy Efficiency Research Centre, Korea Institute of Energy Research. Korea




Stability Analysis of Distributed Multi-Converter System
M. Zadeh, M. Molinas
Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology-NTNU.Trondheim. Norway




Predictive Maintenance for intensive energy consuming plants, serviced by under-qualified staff. Case study
Dorina Ionescu
Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, University of Johannesburg .South Africa




Content and Properties of Mechanically Sorted Municipal Wastes and Their Suitability for Production of Alternative Fuel
J.Kalnacs(1), D.Arina(2), A.Murashov(1)
1. State Research Institute, Institute of Physical Energetics in Latvia
2. Latvia University of Agriculture. Latvia




Applicability Analysis of Single-Machine Equivalent Method for Modeling Wind Farm Containing Full-Converter Wind Turbine Generators with PMSG
Su Xunwen(1,2), Xu Dianguo(1), Bu Shupo(3), Zheng Shuang(2)
1. School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Harbin Institute of Technology. China
2. School of Electrical and Information Engineering,Heilongjiang Institute of Science and Technology. China
3. Department of electronics and Communication Engineering,Suzhou Institute of Industrial Technology. China




Development of a new mixed 5-level inverter for 3 kW household photovoltaic applications
A. Caldeira, S. Jacques, A. Schellmanns, J.-C. Lebunetel, N. Batut, L. Gonthier
GREMAN – UMR-CNRS 7347, University of Tours. France




The impact of feeders in closed-loop arrangement on harmonic distortion and power losses
K. Deželak(1), M. Rošer(2),R. Škof(2), T. Kastelic(3), G. Štumberger(1)
1. University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Slovenia
2. Elektro Celje d.d. Slovenia
3. Elektro Primorska d.d. Slovenia




Computational Performance Analysis of an Electromagnetic Dynamic Voltage Restorer: Physical Conception and Operational Approaches
T. V. da Silva, F. P. Santilio, L. E. Vasconcelos, J. C. Oliveira
Department of Electrical Engineering, Federal University of Uberlândia. Brazil




Who pays for harmonic network losses caused by PV inverters?
J. Kiss , A. Dán
Department of Electric Power Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Hungary




Analysis of Importance of Components in Power Systems usingTime Sequential Simulation
G. Vancells, S. Herraiz, J. Melendez
eXiT. Control Engineering and Intelligent Systems Research Group. Institute of Informatics and Applications. University of Girona. Spain




Modelling and Design of Indirect Solar Dryers for Batch Drying
L. Blanco-Cano, A. Soria-Verdugo, L.M. García-Gutiérrez, U. Ruiz-Rivas
Department of Thermal and Fluids Engineering. E.P.S., Carlos III University of Madrid. Spain




Rural Smart Grids: planning, operation and control
I. Zubia, I. Arrambide, O.Azurza, P.M. García,  J.J. Ugartemendia
Department of Electrical Engineering. UPV/EHU University of the Basque Country. Donostia-San Sebastián. Spain




A real site application of a diagnose method at Estimating Insulated Cables Degradation using Non Linearity Indicators
L. N. Velasco(1), A. Reis(1), J. C. Oliveira(1), L. C. G. Freitas(1), A. P. Finazzi(2), F. N. Lima(2), H.C. Martins(3), W. J. Araújo(3), J. M. Borges(3)
1. Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU), Faculty of Electrical Engineering – Uberlândia. Brazil
2. Federal University of Mato Grosso (UFMT), Electrical Engineering Department – Cuiabá. Brazil
3. Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais (CEMIG) – Belo Horizonte. Brazil




Medium-voltage distribution feeders in closed-loop arrangement – neutral point grounding
G. Štumberger(1), K. Deželak(1), M. Rošer(2), R. Škof(2),  T. Kastelic(3)
1. University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Slovenia
2. Elektro Celje d.d. Slovenia
3. Elektro Primorska d.d. Nova Gorica. Slovenia




Power Flow Analysis of Distribution Systems with Large-Scale Wind and Conventional Energy Generation
A. González(2), A. Madrazo(1), R. Robles(1), R. Domingo(1), M. Mañana(1), A. Arroyo(1), M.A.Cavia(1)
1. Department of Electrical and Energy Engineering, University of Cantabria, Santander. Spain
2. E.On Distribución, S.L. Santander




Increasing Grid Integration of Wind Energy by using Ampacity Techniques
A. Madrazo(1), A. González(2), R. Martínez(1), M. Mañana(1), E. Hervás(1), A.Arroyo(1), P.B.Castro(1), D. Silió(1)

1. Department of Electrical and Energy Engineering, University of Cantabria, Santande. Spain
2.  E.On Distribución, S.L.Santander. Spain




Mapping of wind climate in urban environment
Péter Kádár
Óbuda University, Department of Power Systems, Budapest. Hungary


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