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J. Beiza, S. H. Hosseinian, B. Vahidi,
Volume 5, Issue 3 (September 2009)

This paper presents a novel approach for fault type estimation in power systems. The Fault type estimation is the first step to estimate instantaneous voltage, voltage sag magnitude and duration in a three-phase system at fault duration. The approach is based on time-domain state estimation where redundant measurements are available. The current based model allows a linear mapping between the measured variable and the states to be estimated. This paper shows a possible for fault instance detection, fault location identification and fault type estimation utilizing residual analysis and topology error processing. The idea is that the fault status does not change measurement matrix dimensions but changes some elements of the measurement matrix. The paper addresses how to rebuilt measurement matrix for each type of faults. The proposed algorithm is shown that the method has high effectiveness and high performance for forecasting fault type and for estimating instantaneous bus voltage. The performance of the novel approach is tested on IEEE 14-bus test system and the results are shown.
S. Razini, M. H. Moradi, S. M. Hosseinian,
Volume 13, Issue 1 (March 2017)

Multi agent systems (MAS) are popularly used in practice, however; a few studies have looked at MAS capabilities from the power engineering perspective. This paper presents the results of an investigation concerning the compatibility of MAS capabilities in different power engineering categories. Five MAS capabilities and seven power system categories are established. A framework for applying MAS in power engineering is developed. A fuzzy inference system is adopted to evaluate the paper proposed framework. Two approaches, namely simulation and real, are considered for different power categories. The paper shows that MAS capabilities are generally compatible with both approaches, although compatibility of MAS with real approach is more significant. The paper concludes that in the near future MAS is anticipated to be a key important tool in the development of intelligent systems and smart grids in power system. This paper contributes to thinking on perspective of MAS in power System.

M. Ghaseminezhad, A. Doroudi, S. H. Hosseinian, A. Jalilian,
Volume 17, Issue 1 (March 2021)

Nowadays study of input voltage quality on induction motors behavior has become a controversial subject due to the wide application of these motors in the industry. The impact of grid voltage fluctuations on the performance of induction motors can be included in this area. The majority of papers devoted to the influence of voltage fluctuations on the induction motors are focusing only on the solving of d-q state equations or steady-state equivalent circuit analysis. In this paper, a new approach to this issue is investigated by field analysis which studies the effects of voltage fluctuations on the magnetic fluxes of induction motors. New analytical expressions to approximate the airgap flux density and the torque under-voltage fluctuation conditions are presented. These characteristics are also calculated directly by the finite-element method considering the magnetic saturation and the harmonic fields. Finally, experimental results on a typical induction motor are employed to validate the accuracy of analytical and simulation results.

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