International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality - ICREPQ




Reliability and predictions of power supplied by wind power plants
Z. Hradílek, T. Šumbera
Department of Electrical Engineering, VŠB- Technical University of Ostrava. Czech Republic







Hybrid single-stage triple pressure level absorption/compression cycle operated by low grade heat sources
M. Jelinek, A. Levy, I. Borde
Mechanical Engineering Department, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Israel






Power quality measurements near DER and disturbing loads
 M. Van Lumig(2), S. Bhattacharyya(1) J.F.G. Cobben(1),W.L. Kling(1)
1. Electrical Power Systems Group, Technical University Eindhoven. The Nederlands
2.Electrical Power Systems, Analysis and Concepts Laborelec NL. The Nederlands






Continuously variable transmission using quadric crank chains and ratchets
Toshihiro Yukawa
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iwate University. Japan








Analysis of behaviour of phase s capacitive tap insulator of interconnection 1, 220 kv, in Jinamar power plant (Island of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain)
José Manuel García Muñoz(1), José Antonio Torres Santana(2), Miguel Martínez Melgarejo(2)
1. Endesa Distribución Eléctrica, S.A. Canary Islands.Spain
2. University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC). Spain






Comparison of different wind farm layouts for a 25 MW project in the south west of Algeria
M. Kesraoui, A. Harfouche, D. Acheli

Laboratoire deRecherche Automatique Appliquée. Faculté des Hydrocarbures et de la Chimie, Université M´Hamed Bougara, Boumerdes. Algerie








Energy efficiency and renewable energy solution in telecommunication
Borislav Odadzic, Boban Panajotovic, Milan Jankovic
Republic Agency for Electronic Communication, Belgrade. Republic of Serbia







Increasing transmission efficiency with advanced  processing
I. Glesk, M. Nazri M. Warip, I. Andonovic
Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde. United Kingdom








A three phase photovoltaic power system connected to the MV network: behaviour during voltage dips
R. Chiumeo, C. Gandolfi
RSE- Ricerca Sul Sistema Energetico, Milano. Italy



Voltage magnitude state estimation  by ANNs with reduction of PMUs
M. Gholami(1), G.B. Gharehpetian(1), B. Fahimi(2), M.J. Sanjari(1)
1. Electrical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran. Iran
2. Electrical Engineering Department, University of Texas at Dallas







Power control strategy for unity power factor
Karel Jezernik
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor. Slovenia








Analysis of the performance of the photovoltaic array through the exergy efficiency
M. Calderón(1), A.J. Calderón(1), A. Ramiro(2), J.F. González(2), I. González(1)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering. E.I.I. Extremadura University. Spain
2. Department of Applied Physics. E.I.I. Extremadura University. Spain








Selective harmonics elimination PWM with self-balancing DC-link capacitors in five-level inverter
K. Imarazene(1), H. Chekireb(2), E.M. Berkouk(2)
1. Laboratoire des Systèmes Electriques et Industriels. U.S.T.H.B University. Algeria
2. Laboratoire de Commande des Processus. Department de Génie Electrique. ENP School. Algeria









Comparative study of NPC and cascaded converters topologies
Mamadou Baldé(1), Mamadou Lamine Doumbia(1), Ahmed Chériti(1), Chellali Benachaiba(2)
1. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Canada
2. Department of Technologies, University Center of Bechar. Algeria








Agricultural by-products and waste biomass energy potential in Latvia 2005-2009
Janis Kalnacs(1), Ruta Bendere(1), Dace Arina(1), Vilis Dubrovskis(2)
1. State Research Institute, Institute of Physical  Energetics, Riga. Latvia
2. Latvia University of Agriculture, Jelgava. Latvia







A comparison of desing methodologies for journal bearings under pulsatile loads
C. Herapath, S.M. Barrans, W. Weston
Department of Engineering and Technology, School of Computing and Engineering. University of Huddersfield. United Kingdom








Performance and efficiency of a biogas CHP system utilizing a stirling engine
Ahmad Pourmovahed, Terance Opperman, Brenda Lemke
Mechanical Engineering Department, Kettering University, Flint, Michigan. U.S.A






Performance and efficiency of a bi-fuel bio methane/gasoline vehicle
Brenda Lemke, Nolan McCann, Ahmad Pourmovahed
Mechanical Engineering Department, Kettering University, Flint, Michigan. U.S.A






Feasibility of wind power generation for the reduction of power costs in residential buildings
Rômulo Monteiro Callado(1,2), João Reinaldo Imbiriba de Rocha Junior(1), Antonio Felisberto P. Amorim(1)
1. Department of Electronic Engineering, Edson Queiroz Foundation. Fortaleza University. Brazil
2. Normatel Engenharia Ltda, Fortaleza. Brazil


Analysis, voltage control and experiments on a self excited induction generator
Birendra Kumar Debta, Kanungo Barada Mohanty
Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela. India


Utilization of synthetically generated hourly wind speed data in the optimization of wind-batteries stand-alone systems
Rodolfo Dufo López, José L. Bernal Agustín, Juan Lujano, José Antonio Domínguez Navarro
Department of Electrical Engineering, Zaragoza University. Spain


Fault simulation environment for power distribution networks with protection operation
J. Faig, J. Meléndez, S. Herraiz
Institut d´Informàtica i Aplicacions (IIiA) University of Girona. Spain


Dynamic interaction of renewable hybrid power plant with grid
Ranjay Das(1), Prabodh Bajpai(1), A.K. Sinha(2)
1. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Don Bosco College of Engineering and Technology, Assam. India
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur West Bengal. India