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International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality - ICREPQ

PAPERS ICREPQ'15

 
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205

Distributed Collector System: Modelling, Control and Optimal Performance
A. Alsharkawi, J.A. Rossiter
Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield . United Kingdom

 

 

214

On meteorological forecasts for energy management and large historical data: A first look
Cyril Voyant(1,2), Cédric Join(3,5,6), Michel Fliess(4,5), Marie-Laure Nivet(2), Marc Muselli(2), Christophe Paoli(7)
1. Hôpital de Castelluccio, Unité de Radiothérapie. Ajaccio. France
2. SPE (CNRS, UMR 6134), Università di Corsica Pasquale Paoli. France
3. CRAN (CNRS, UMR 7039), Université de Lorraine, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy.  France
4. LIX (CNRS, UMR 7161), École polytechnique, Palaiseau. France
5. AL.I.E.N. (ALgèbre pour Identification & Estimation Numériques) Nancy. France
6. Projet NON-A, INRIA Lille – Nord-Europe. France
7. Département de Génie Informatique, Université Galatasaray, Istanbul. Turkey

 

 

215

The influence of motor vehicle emissions on air quality in the largest city of the Brazilian Amazon region
Cartaxo, Elizabeth(1), Valois, Ilsa(2), Costa, Márcia(2)
1. Departamento de Engenharia Elétrica-DEL Universidade Federal de Sergipe-UFS, São Cristóvão-SE. Brazil
2. Núcleo Interdisciplinar de Energia e Meio Ambiente-NIEMA . Brazil
    Faculdade de Tecnologia – Universidade Federal do Amazonas-UFAM. Brazil

 

 

220

Fuzzy Logic Based Maximum Power Point Tracking Using Boost Converter for Solar Photovoltaic System in Kuwait
Mohamed A. El-Sayed(1),  Steven Leeb(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering. College of Engineering and Petroleum, Kuwait University. Kuwait
2. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering . MIT, Cambridge, MA.USA

 

 

221

Proposed improvements in wave energy converter of oscillating water column (WEC-OWC)
R. Borrás-Formoso(1), R. Ferreiro-García(1), A. De Miguel-Catoira(2),  F. Miguélez-Pose(3)
1. Department of Industrial Engineering,  E.T.S.N.y M., A Coruña University. Spain
2. Department of Energy and Propulsion,  E.T.S.N.y M., A Coruña University. Spain
3. Department of Phisics, E.T.S.N.y M., A Coruña University. Spain Spain

 

 

223

Development of 8 MVA class Power Stack for Offshore Wind Power Conversion
Jin-Hong Kim(1,2), Joon Sung Park(1), Chung-Yuen Won(2)
1. Intelligent Mechatronics Research Center. Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI). Korea
2. University of Sungkyunkwan. Korea

 

 

224

Modeling and Analysis of Wave Power Generation using Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous Generator
Joon Sung Park(1,3), Jun-Hyuk Choi(1), Gyung-Sun Ham(1), Jong-Su Choi(2), Junbo Yun(3), Ju Lee(3)
1. Intelligent Mechatronics Research Center. Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI). Korea
2. Offshore Plant Research Division.  Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering (KRISO).  Korea
3. Department of Electrical Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul. Korea

 

 

225

A review on the water and energy sectors in Algeria: Current, Forecasts, scenario and sustainability issues
Ait Mimoune Hamiche,  Amine Boudghene Stambouli,  Samir Flazi
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Faculty
University of Sciences and Technology of Oran, USTO-MB. Algeria

 

 

227

VSC- based HVDC System Capability to Ride Through Faults
O. Abarrategui, D.M. Larruskain, I. Zamora, V. Valverde, G. Buigues, A. Iturregi
Department of Electrical Engineering,  EUITMOP, UPV/EHU. Bilbao. Spain

 

 

229

Fast Method to the Unit Scheduling of Power Systems with Renewable Power Sources
G. J. Osório(1), J. M. Lujano-Rojas(1), J. C. O. Matias(1), J. P. S. Catalão(1,2,3)
1. University of Beira Interior. Covilhã.  Portugal,
2. INESC-ID, Lisbon. Portugal,
3. IST, University of Lisbon. Portugal

 

 

230

Contribution of the Losses in the Conductors of an Installation in the Use of Electronic Ballasts in Fluorescent Illumination
J.A. Lobão(1), T. Devezas(2), J.P.S. Catalão(2,3,4)
1 Polytechnic of Guarda. Portugal
2. University of Beira Interior. Covilhã. Portugal
3. INESC-ID, Lisbon. Portugal
4. IST, University of Lisbon. Portugal

 

 

232

Sustainable Energy System of El Hierro Island
R. Godina (1), E. M. G. Rodrigues (1), J. C. O. Matias(1), J. P. S. Catalão(1,2,3)
1. University of Beira Interior. Covilhã.  Portugal,
2. INESC-ID, Lisbon. Portugal,
3. IST, University of Lisbon. Portugal

 

 

233

Utilization of Smart Grid and Renewable Energy toward a Sustainable Future in Saudi Arabia
Alghanim  M.H.(1), Mallick P.K.(2)
1. Energy Systems Engineering, University of Michigan-Dearborn. USA.
2.  Mechanical Engineering , University of Michigan-Dearborn. USA

 

 

235

Use of fractals to improve a proton exchange membrane fuel cell performance
P. Barbieri(1), G. Benetti(1), E. Mathias(1),M. Klein(1), J. Bottim(1), M. M. Forte(2), P. M. Belchor(1,2)
1. ACET, UNOESC, Joaçaba. Brazil
2. LaPol, UFRGS, Porto Alegre. Brazil

 

 

236

Comparative of heat transfer performance between a parallel serpentine-baffle flow field plate and a parallel flow field plate design in a direct ethanol proton exchange membrane fuel cell
G. Benetti(1), P. Barbieri(1), E. Mathias(1), J. Bottim(1) M. Klein(1), M. M. Forte(2), P. M. Belchor(1,2)
1. ACET, UNOESC, Joaçaba. Brazil
2. LaPol, UFRGS,  Porto Alegre. Brazil

237

Probabilistic Evaluation Method of Interconnectable Capacity for Wind Power Generation Using Actual Data
T. Yoshida(1), M. Kato(1), K. Kashima(2)
1. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Denki University. Japan
2. Kyoto University, Yoshida-honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto. Japan

 

 

240

Shunt Active Power Filter with Selective Harmonics Compensation for LV distribution grid
F. Belloni, R. Chiumeo, C. Gandolfi
Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico – RSE s.p.a. Milano. Italy

 

 

243

Application of PI-Notch controller in the control of grid side converter to reduce PCC harmonic current for DFIG wind energy system
Ramon Rodrigues de Souza, Adson Bezerra Moreira, Paulo Sergio Nascimento Filho, Tárcio André dos Santos Barros, Ernesto Ruppert Filho
LEPO/DSE/FEEC/UNICAMP. Brazil

 

 

245

Operation and Protection of Grid Connected Wind Farm
M. M.A. Mahfouz(1,2), Mohamed A. El-Sayed(3)
1. Department of Electrical Power and Machines, Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University, Cairo. Egypt
2. Department of Electrical Power Engineering Technology, Yanbu Industrial College, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
3. Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering and Petroleum, Kuwait University.  Kuwait

 

 

247

Delivering Energy from PEV batteries: V2G, V2B and V2H approaches
J. García-Villalobos, I. Zamora, J.I. San Martín, I. Junquera, P. Eguía
Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Basque Country - UPV/EHU. Bilbao. Spain

 

 

249

Photovoltaic powered irrigation system applied to familiar agriculture
Chilundo, R. J.(1), Carvalho, Paulo C. M.(1), Diniz, M. M. N.(2), Bezerra, A. M. E.(3)
1. Electrical Engineering Department, Federal University of Ceará. Brazil
2. Instituto Joazeiro de Desenvolvimento Sustentável, Fortaleza/CE. Brazil
3. Fitotechny Department , Federal University of Ceará. Brazil

 

 

250

Technical and economic assessment of energy from Tidal Currents
Isabel Páscoa, C. Camus, E. Eusébio
Department of Power Systems Engineering and Automation, I.S.E.L, Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa. Portugal

 

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