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IDIEEE:8905907Published Date2019-10-11Conference2019 International Conference on Electromechanical and Energy Systems (SIELMEN)
For the symbolic, partial - symbolic and numeric generation of the transfer functions for both single-in-single-out (SISO), respectively multiple-in-multiple-out (MIMO) circuits, the initial version of the Circuit Symbolic Analysis Program (CSAP) program evolved into so-called Transfer Function Symbolic Generation (TFSG) program. Circuits analyzed via CSAP and TFSG may contain linear and nonlinear resistors, inductors, and capacitors, independent voltage, and current sources, all four types o…
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IDIEEE:8905821Published Date2019-10-11Conference2019 International Conference on Electromechanical and Energy Systems (SIELMEN)
The efficient utilization of the magnetostrictive elongation is a critical factor in achieving the highly performant operation of the magnetostrictive motors. There are two main conditions to be fulfilled for the magnetostrictive motor to be optimally designed. The first one requires a unique value for the permanent magnet field intensity and the intensity of the magnetic field at the half of the linear segment of the magnetostrictive characteristic. The second condition requires that the per…
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IDDOI:10.32438/ijet.1419Published Date2019-08-29JournalInternational Journal of Energy Technology, 2019-08-29
Until recently, renewable energy technologies (RETs) have been confronted with a huge up-front cost due to technologies in development. However, massive and global deployment of renewable energy systems has led to significant cost reductions and performance improvements and the hope is to see increasing uptake of RETs by African countries. Cameroon a central African country is heavily reliant on hydropower, which contributes an estimated 60% to the country’s total installed 1,400MW capacity i…
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IDIEEE:8725017Published Date2019-03-30Conference2019 11th International Symposium on Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering (ATEE)
This paper addresses the need to simulate in laboratory, realistic load torque-speed curve profiles encountered in industry. Such an objective matches certain training requirements for students attending technology diploma and/or undergraduate engineering programs. The versatility of the lab equipment allowed the inscription of the motor load curves into the memory of a variable frequency drive converter (VFD, particularly of Allen-Bradley Power Flex70 type) and of a four quadrant drive (4QD,…
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IDIEEE:8724943Published Date2019-03-30Conference2019 11th International Symposium on Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering (ATEE)
Abstract- For electric vehicles (EVs) on the move, the only viable solution of electromagnetic energy charging consists of static and dynamic charging, where Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) offers possibilities that no other technology can match. The main objective of this paper is the analysis of the energy charging technologies for vehicles, using magnetically coupled coils. The main idea of such a system consists of an electrified driveway which offers the vehicles the possibility of moving…
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ID1d678f2fFunding AgencyCanada Foundation for InnovationEffective Date2018-11-20Funding Amount$344,717
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IDIEEE:8551469Published Date2018-10-06Conference2018 International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Electricity (ICATE)
This is a study presenting the impact of the long transmission lines or so-called feeders on the overvoltage distribution across power transformer windings. The overvoltage propagates along the power feeders until reaches a high voltage (HV) winding. The overvoltage is distributed across it. For the purpose of transient overvoltage evaluation, the HV winding model assumes distributed parameters. An equivalent circuit composed from series connected two-port elements substitutes the feeder. Acc…
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IDIEEE:8551481Published Date2018-10-06Conference2018 International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Electricity (ICATE)
In this paper is proposed and analyzed a method for determining the conditions required to obtain an optimal operation of the rotary magnetostrictive motor. The central part of a magnetostrictive device is represented by the actuator. This is an important reason for scientists involved in the field of magnetostrictive devices to pay a special attention to actuators. It is already proven that the electromagnetic torque developed by the rotary magnetostrictive motor is proportional to the frequ…
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IDIEEE:8551459Published Date2018-10-06Conference2018 International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Electricity (ICATE)
This paper presents a method of modeling the synchronous machine subjected to transient regimes. Then, the obtained model is utilized to simulate the dynamic behavior of the high power synchronous generator in conditions of asynchronous operation and for sudden three-phase short circuit occurred at the stator winding terminals. The model is based on Park-Blondel equations expressed in canonical form. The equations are built considering the influence of the induced current into the massive rot…
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