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C. Lucas, F. Tootoonchian, Z. Nasiri-Gheidari,
Volume 6, Issue 3 (9-2010)
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In this paper a brushless permanent magnet motor is designed considering minimum thrust ripple and maximum thrust density (the ratio of the thrust to permanent magnet volumes). Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is used as optimization method. Finite element analysis (FEA) is carried out base on the optimized and conventional geometric dimensions of the motor. The results of the FEA deal to the significant improvement of the all objective functions.
C. Lucas , Z. Nasiri-Gheidari , F. Tootoonchian,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (12-2010)
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In this paper particle swarm optimization (PSO) is used for a design optimization of a linear permanent magnet synchronous motor (LPMSM) considering ultra low thrust force ripples, low magnet consumption, improved efficiency and thrust. The influence of PM material is discussed, too and the modular poles are proposed to achieve the best characteristic. PM dimensions and material, air gap and motor width are chosen as design variables. Finally 2-D finite element analyses validate the optimization results.
M. Padma Lalitha, V.c Veera Reddy, N. Sivarami Reddy,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (12-2010)
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Distributed Generation (DG) is a promising solution to many power system problems such as voltage regulation, power loss, etc. This paper presents a new methodology using Fuzzy and Artificial Bee Colony algorithm(ABC) for the placement of Distributed Generators(DG) in the radial distribution systems to reduce the real power losses and to improve the voltage profile. A two-stage methodology is used for the optimal DG placement . In the first stage, Fuzzy is used to find the optimal DG locations and in the second stage, ABC algorithm is used to find the size of the DGs corresponding to maximum loss reduction. The ABC algorithm is a new population based meta heuristic approach inspired by intelligent foraging behavior of honeybee swarm. The advantage of ABC algorithm is that it does not require external parameters such as cross over rate and mutation rate as in case of genetic algorithm and differential evolution and it is hard to determine these parameters in prior. The proposed method is tested on standard IEEE 33 bus test system and the results are presented and compared with different approaches available in the literature. The proposed method has outperformed the other methods in terms of the quality of solution and computational efficiency.
A. A. Khodadoost Arani, J. S. Moghani, A. Khoshsaadat, G. B. Gharehpetian,
Volume 12, Issue 2 (6-2016)
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Multilevel voltage source inverters have several advantages compare to traditional voltage source inverter. These inverters reduce cost, get better voltage waveform and decrease Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) by increasing the levels of output voltage. In this paper Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) methods are used to find the switching angles for achieving to the minimum THD for output voltage waveform of the Cascaded H-bridge Multi-Level Inverters (MLI). These methods are used for a 27-level inverter for different modulation indices. Result of two methods is identical and in comparison to other methods have the smallest THD. To verify results of two mentioned methods, a simulation using MATLAB/Simulink software is presented.


A. Dameshghi, M. H. Refan,
Volume 14, Issue 4 (12-2018)
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Wind turbines are very important and strategic instruments in energy markets. Wind power production is unreliable. Wind power is weather dependent and the extreme wind speed changes make difficult to control of grid voltage and reactive power. Based on these reasons, Wind Power Prediction (WPP) is important for real applications. In this paper, a new short-term WPP method based on Support Vector Machine (SVM) is proposed. In contrast to physical approaches based on very complex differential equations, the proposed method is based on data history. Firstly, data preprocessing and normalization is done. Secondly, formulate the prediction as a regression problem. Thirdly, the prediction model is constructed using the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and Least Square Support Vector Machine (LSSVM). In this paper, instead of using the conventional kernels, such as linear kernel, Polynomial and Radial basis function (RBF), the Wavelet (W) transform is used. The PSO-LS-WSVM accuracy has been tested with industrial wind energy data. This method has been compared with other methods and the experimental results based on practical data illustrate that PSO-LS-WSVM proposed method has better responses than other methods. Statistical results indicate that the predicting error of PSO-LS-WSVM is 2.98% for one look-ahead hour.

D. Jamunaa, G. K. Mahanti, F. N. Hasoon,
Volume 16, Issue 2 (6-2020)
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This paper describes the synthesis of digitally excited pencil/flat top dual beams simultaneously in a linear antenna array constructed of isotropic elements. The objective is to generate a pencil/flat top beam pair using the excitations generated by the evolutionary algorithms. Both the beams share common variable discrete amplitude excitations and differ in variable discrete phase excitations. This synthesis is treated as a multi-objective optimization problem and is handled by Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm duly controlling the fitness functions. These functions include many of the radiation pattern parameters like side lobe level, half power beam width and beam width at the side lobe level in both the beams along with the ripple in the flat top band of flat top beam. In addition to it, the dynamic range ratio of the amplitudes excitations is set below a certain level to diminish the mutual coupling effects in the array. Two sets of experiments are conducted and the effectiveness of this algorithm is proved by comparing it with various versions of swarm optimization algorithms.

M. Bigdeli,
Volume 18, Issue 1 (3-2022)
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Moisture in the transformer insulation can shorten its life. There are many methods for detecting humidity in transformer paper insulation. One of the methods used in the factory to evaluate the drying process of transformer insulation and determine its humidity is the frequency response analysis method. In this paper, the desired experiments are performed on different transformers, and after obtaining the results of frequency response measurements, the required features are extracted from them. Then, using the k-means method, these features are placed in three clusters (dry, wet, and excessively wet). The cost function of the k-means method is optimized using the particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm to get a better result. By applying new data from different transformers, the capability of the proposed method in determining the moisture content of the transformer is evaluated. The results obtained from the evaluation of the insulation condition of another group of transformers indicate the high accuracy of the proposed method.

Y. Fattahyan, N. Ramezani, I. Ahmadi,
Volume 18, Issue 3 (9-2022)
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Using doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG) based onshore wind farms in power systems may lead to mal-operation of the second zone (Z2) of distance protection due to the uncertain number of available wind turbines on the one hand and the function of DFIGs control system to maintain the bus voltage on the other hand. In such cases, variable injected current by the wind farm causes distance relay fall in trouble to distinguish whether the fault point is in the Z2 operating area or not. In the current study, an adaptive settings scheme is proposed to determine the Z2 setting value of distance relays for such cases. The proposed method is based on the adaptive approach and the settings group facility of the commercial relays. The proposed method applies the k-means clustering approach to decrease the number of setting values calculated by the adaptive approach to the number of applicable settings group in the distance relay and uses the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) algorithms to achieve the optimum setting values. The high accuracy of the proposed method in comparison with other methods, suggested in the literatures, is shown by applying them to the IEEE 14-bus grid.

Jayati Vaish, Anil Kumar Tiwari, Seethalekshmi K.,
Volume 19, Issue 4 (12-2023)
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In recent years, Microgrids in integration with Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) are playing as one of the key models for resolving the current energy problem by offering sustainable and clean electricity. Selecting the best DER cost and corresponding energy storage size is essential for the reliable, cost-effective, and efficient operation of the electric power system. In this paper, the real-time load data of Bengaluru city (Karnataka, India) for different seasons is taken for optimization of a grid-connected DERs-based Microgrid system. This paper presents an optimal sizing of the battery, minimum operating cost and, reduction in battery charging cost to meet the overall load demand. The optimization and analysis are done using meta-heuristic, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Ensemble Learning-based techniques such as Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Artificial Neural Network (ANN), and Random Forest (RF) model for different seasons i.e., winter, spring & autumn, summer and monsoon considering three different cases. The outcome shows that the ensemble learning-based Random Forest (RF) model gives maximum savings as compared to other optimization techniques.

Priyanka Handa, Balkrishan Jindal ,
Volume 20, Issue 1 (3-2024)
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The potential adverse effects of maize leaf diseases on agricultural productivity highlight the significance of precise disease diagnosis using effective leaf segmentation techniques. In order to improve maize leaf segmentation, especially for maize leaf disease detection, a hybrid optimization method is proposed in this paper. The proposed method provides better segmentation accuracy and outperforms traditional approaches by combining enhanced Particle Swarm Optimisation (PSO) with Firefly algorithm (FFA). Extensive tests on images of maize leaves taken from the Plant Village dataset are used to show the algorithm's superiority. Experimental results show a considerable decrease in Hausdorff distances, indicating better segmentation accuracy than conventional methods. The proposed method also performs better than expected in terms of Jaccard and Dice coefficients, which measure the overlap and similarity between segmented sections. The proposed hybrid optimization method significantly contributes to agricultural research and indicates that the method may be helpful in real scenarios.  The performance of proposed method is compared with existing techniques like K-Mean, OTSU, Canny, FuzzyOTSU, PSO and Firefly. The overall performance of the proposed method is satisfactory.

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