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H Moradi, V Johari Majd,
Volume 11, Issue 4 (December 2015)
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This paper develops a new method of integral sliding mode control redesign for a class of perturbed nonlinear dissipative switched systems by modifying the dissipativity-based control law that was designed for the unperturbed systems. The nominal model is considered affine with matched and unmatched perturbations. The redesigned control law includes an integral sliding-based control signal such that the system always operates on the sliding mode and the dissipativity of the perturbed switched system is maintained from the initial time of the system operation for the norm bounded perturbations. The proposed techniques eliminates the restrictive design conditions on the derivative of storage functions offered in a recent work. In addition, the global dissipativity of the perturbed system is always maintained if the original unperturbed system is globally dissipative. Depending on the type of stability of the unperturbed system, the designed control law for the perturbed system guarantees robust exponential or asymptotic stability of the closed-loop system. The theoretical results are applied to nonlinear switched systems, and the convergence of the state vectors to the origin is verified by simulation in presence of nonlinear perturbations.

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S. Razini, M. H. Moradi, S. M. Hosseinian,
Volume 13, Issue 1 (March 2017)
Abstract

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.


A. R. Moradi, Y. Alinejad-Beromi, K. Kiani,
Volume 13, Issue 1 (March 2017)
Abstract

Congestion and overloading for lines are the main problems in the exploitation of power grids. The consequences of these problems in deregulated systems can be mentioned as sudden jumps in prices in some parts of the power system, lead to an increase in market power and reduction of competition in it. FACTS devices are efficient, powerful and economical tools in controlling power flows through transmission lines that play a fundamental role in congestion management. However, after removing congestion, power systems due to targeting security restrictions may be managed with a lower voltage or transient stability rather than before removing. Thus, power system stability should be considered within the construction of congestion management. In this paper, a multi-objective structure is presented for congestion management that simultaneously optimizes goals such as total operating cost, voltage and transient security. In order to achieve the desired goals, locating and sizing of series FACTS devices are done with using components of nodal prices and the newly developed grey wolf optimizer (GWO) algorithm, respectively. In order to evaluate reliability of mentioned approaches, a simulation is done on the 39-bus New England network.


V. Abbasi, S. Hemmati, M. Moradi,
Volume 15, Issue 1 (March 2019)
Abstract

Stress grading (SG) layer in cable terminations limits the critical electric field and properties of SG materials are important issues which have to be considered during manufacturing and selecting procedure. In this paper, two different types of (SG) materials are analyzed by both theory and test. According to the applied theory, important parameters as: electrical resistivity, breakdown voltage and thermal conductivity are determined by experiments. Experimental steps are defined in the paper with which theory and experiments are matched together to complete the investigation. The paper discusses electro-thermal breakdown theory and quality of two different SG layers based on the test results. The theory and experimental procedure can be used for prediction of breakdown voltage in cable terminations. The employed method is useful for qualifying the cable terminations by users who want to buy and install heat shrink cable terminations.

F. Amiri, M. H. Moradi,
Volume 17, Issue 4 (December 2021)
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In this paper, a coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on a new robust controller is designed. The proposed controller is used to compensate for frequency deviations related to the power system, to prevent excessive power generation in conventional generators during load disturbances, and to reduce power fluctuations from wind power plants. The new robust controller does not require the measurement of all the power system states and it only uses the output feedback. It also has a higher degree of freedom than the conventional robust controllers (conventional output feedback) and thus it helps improve the system control. The proposed control method is highly robust against load and distributed generation resources (wind turbine) disturbances and it is also robust against the uncertainty of the power system parameters. The proposed method is compared under several scenarios with the coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on Moth Swarm Algorithm-optimized PID controller, the LFC system based on Moth Swarm Algorithm-optimized PID controller with SMES, the coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on Robust Model Predictive Control, and the LFC system based on optimized PID controller without SMES and it puts on satisfactory performance. The simulation was performed in MATLAB.

Milad Babalou, Hossein Torkaman, Edris Pouresmaeil, Nazanin Pourmoradi,
Volume 20, Issue 0 (In Press 2024)
Abstract

In this paper, a dual-active bridge converter based on the utilization of two transformers is presented. The principles of operation, switching strategy, and transmission power characteristics of the proposed converter under normal operation are discussed, comprehensively. Moreover, the RMS current of two transformers with different values of inductances of the inductors that are in series with the transformers; is discussed. The operation of the proposed dual active bridge (DAB) converter under the open-circuit failure of transformers is studied. In addition, the loss distribution of the proposed converter in different powers is investigated. The proposed dual-transformer-based dual-active bridge converter is compared with the presented converters. Finally, the proposed converter with a low-voltage side (VL= 300 V), the switching frequency of power MOSFETs (fs= 50 kHz), and an accurate model of the electric battery at a high-voltage side (VH= 450 V) are simulated to verify the way of charging and discharging the electrical battery with the proposed converter under normal and open-circuit fault of transformers.

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