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IET Renewable Power Generation

Volume 13, Issue 2, 04 February 2019


Volume 13, Issue 2

04 February 2019

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    • Voltage stability improvement of wind power grid-connected system using TCSC-STATCOM control
      Fault diagnosis method for wind turbine rolling bearings based on Hankel tensor decomposition
      Impacts of wind power forecast errors on the real-time balancing need: a Nordic case study
      Comprehensive frequency regulation scheme for permanent magnet synchronous generator-based wind turbine generation system
      Axial-flux permanent-magnet synchronous generator with coreless armature and non-integral coil–pole ratio
      Online blend-type identification during co-firing coal and biomass using SVM and flame emission spectrum in a pilot-scale furnace
      Flexibility of controllable power transformers for managing wind uncertainty using robust adjustable linearised optimal power flow
      MPPT control technique for solar powered direct torque control of induction motor drive with a robust speed and parameters adaptation scheme for water pumping
      Frequency-coupled admittance modelling of grid-connected voltage source converters for the stability evaluation of subsynchronous interaction
      Microgrid operation improvement by adaptive virtual impedance
      Enhancing the reliability of protection scheme for PV integrated microgrid by discriminating between array faults and symmetrical line faults using sparse auto encoder
      Robust H∞ control for stability assessment in grid-connected offshore wind and marine current hybrid system
      Load frequency control of a multi-area system incorporating distributed generation resources, gate controlled series capacitor along with high-voltage direct current link using hybrid ALO-pattern search optimised fractional order controller
    • Design of wide-area POD with resiliency using modified DEA for power systems with high penetration of renewable energy
      Case study of PV output power degradation rates in Oman

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