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19th International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality - ICREPQ'20

 

 

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200

Review of Latest Developments in PEM Fuel Cell Research with Application to Hydrogen Powered Drones

B.Day,  A. Pourmovahed

Mechanical Engineering, Kettering University Flint, Michigan. U.S.A.

 

 

201

Possible Link Between Climate Change and Extraordinary Wildfires in Australia, the Amazon and Western United States

 M. Brajkovic, T. Carter, C. Cook, A. Pourmovahed

Mechanical Engineering, Kettering University Flint, Michigan. U.S.A.

 

 

202

What Lies Ahead for Energy and Carbon Emissions Post COVID-19

A. Pourmovahed , Z. Veneziano , M. Stewart,  A. K. Thirumal

Mechanical Engineering, Kettering University Flint, Michigan. U.S.A.

 

 

203

Incentives for Renewable Energies in Colombia

F. Villada, J.D. Saldarriaga-Loaiza, J.M. López-Lezama

Department of Electrical Engineering Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin.

Colombia

 

 

205

A Remote Sensing Scheme for Fault Diagnosis to Wind Turbines: An Academic Experimental Set-Up

Leonardo Acho

Department of Mathematics U.P.C., Polytechnic University of Catalunya.

Barcelona.Spain

 

 

207

Energy savings approach to optimal location of EV charging stations in microgrids

Vishnu Suresh, Przemyslaw Janik, Dominika Kaczorowska

Faculty of Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.

Wrocław. Poland

 

 

208

Synthetic Series of Electricity Generation through a Photovoltaic System by using Different Panel Temperature Models

A. H. M. Stach ( 1,2,3), D. P. Neto (1,2,3), M. A. Vidal (2,3),  O. C. N. Souto(2),

S. B. Silva (2), E. G. Domingues (1,2,3)

1. Master’s Program in Sustainable Process Technology

2. Electrical Engineering/Control and Automation Engineering Program NeXT –

    Nucleus of Experimental and Technological Studies

3. Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Goiás. Brazil

 

 

209

Quantification of CO2 emission reductions from energy efficiency actions and solar photovoltaic the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Goiás

A. Vidal (2,3), A. F. Faria(1), A. H. M. Stach (1,2,3), D. P. Neto (1,2,3), L. S.

Pinto (1,2,3), A. G. Pinho (2,3), E. G. Domingues (1,2,3)

1. Master's Program in Technology Sustainable Process

2. Electrical Engineering/Control and Automation Engineering Program

3. NeXT - Nucleus of Experimental and Technological Studies

    Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Goiás. Brazil

 

 

212

Positive effects of the migration from Ka-band satellite to 4G solution for the communication needs of a scattered set of 1 MW solar farms in Poland: a user’s experience

Enrique Tébar (1), Luis Hurtado (2), Witold Bąk (3), Zbigniew Kulesza (3),

Andrzej Napieralski(3)

1. University of Alicante. Spain

2. Vodafone Spain, Madrid. Spain

3. Department of Microelectronics and Computer Science, Lodz University of

    Technology. Poland

 

 

214

A techno-economic analysis of floating photovoltaic systems, for southern European countries

J. Baptista(1,2), P. Vargas(1), J. R. Ferreira(3)

1. Department of Engineering

2. CPES -INESCTEC UTAD Pole University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro.

    Portugal

3. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering FEUP, Porto. Portugal

 

 

215

Particularities of high oxygen content biofuels pyrolysis process

G. Lazaroiu(1), L. Mihaescu(2), E. Pop(2) , R.M. Grigoriu(1), D.A.

Ciupageanu(1), I. Simion(1)

1. Power Engineering Faculty University Politehnica of Bucharest. Romania

2. Mechanics and Mechatrocins Faculty University Politehnica of Bucharest.

   Romania

 

 

216

The Effects of High-Frequency Residual Currents on the Operation of Residual Current Devices

T. M. H. Slangen, B. R. F. Lustenhouwer, V. Ćuk,  J. F. G. Cobben

Department of Electrical Energy Systems Eindhoven University of Technology. The Netherlands

 

 

218

Evaluation of PV microgeneration systems and tariffs management on the energy efficiency of service buildings

J. Baptista(1,2), G. Sequeira(1), E. J. Solteiro Pires(1,2)

1. Department of Engineering

2. INESCTEC UTAD Pole University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro Prados.

    Vila Real. Portugal

 

 

219

Optimal sizing design of a 1.5 MW permanent magnets synchronous generator for an onshore wind conversion system

H. Gallas(1,2), S. Le Ballois(1),  H. Aloui(2), L. Vido(1)

1. SATIE Laboratory, SETE team, CY Cergy Paris University, Cergy-Pontoise.

    France

2. ESSE Laboratory, ISEM team, ENET’COM, Sfax. Tunisia

 

 

220

Optimal Allocation of Multiple Distributed Generations including Uncertainties in Distribution Networks by k-Means Clustering and Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithms

Onur Hakkı Eyüboğlu, Ömer Gül

Department of Electrical Engineering Istanbul Technical University. Turkey

 

 

222

Investigation on Using Low Voltage Automatic Regulation to Minimize the Impacts of Charging Plug-in Electric Vehicles in Distribution Systems

Priscila Costa Nascimento,  Michel Girotto de Oliveira, José Carlos M.

Vieira

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering São Carlos School of

Engineering (EESC) University of São Paulo (USP). Brazil

 

 

223

High energy-efficient electrical drive with multilevel inverter and wide bandgap power semiconductors

R. Mecke

Department of Automation and Computer Sciences Harz University of Applied

Sciences, Wernigerode. Germany

 

 

225

Survey on the Advancements of Dielectric Fluids and Experiment Studies for Distribution Power Transformers

S. Carvalhosa(1), H. Leite (1), F. Branco, Carlos A. Sá(1),  António M.

Moura(1), Ricardo C.Lopes(2), Mário Soares (3)

1.High Voltage Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering FEUP, Porto

   University. Portugal

2. Efacec, Transformers R&D. Portugal

3. Redes Energéticas Nacionais, Asset Managment Department. Portugal

 

 

226

Study the Possibility of Implementing a Solar Chimney Power Plant in Algeria (Case study: Constantine)

S. Djimli(1,2),  A. Chaker(3),  T.E. Boukelia(2,4), A. Ghellab(1,2), A.

Bouraoui(1,2)

1. Laboratory of Applied Energies and Materials, Faculty of Sciences and the

    Technology, University of Jijel. Algeria 

2. Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Sciences and the Technology,

    University of Jijel. Algeria

3. Energy Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Brothers

    Montouri Constantine. Algeria

4. Laboratory of Mechanical and Advanced Materials, Polytechnic School of

    Constantine. Algeria

 

 

227   

Experimental work over borehole filling material to reinforce characterization and model validation of Ground Heat Exchangers

A.J. Extremera-Jiménez(1), D. Eliche-Quesada(2), C. Guitérrez-Montes(1),

F. Cruz-Peragón(1)

1. Department of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, E.P.S. de Jaén, University

of Jaén. Spain

2. Department of Chemical, Environmental and Materials, E.P.S. de Jaén,

    University of Jaén. Spain

 

 

231

The decarbonisation of Galicia using renewable marine energy

L. Castro-Santos(1), A. Filgueira-Vizoso(2)

1. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Enxeñaría Naval e Industrial

Escola Politécnica Superior, Ferrol. Spain

2. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Química, Escola Politécnica

    Superior,Ferrol. Spain

 

 

232

How important are ports for the offshore wind industry?: the case of Spain

 A. Filgueira-Vizoso(1), F. Puime-Guillén(2),  D. Cordal-Iglesias(3), A.I.

García-Diez(4), I. Lamas-Galdo(5), L. Castro-Santos(6)

1. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Química, Escola Politécnica

    Superior, Ferrol. Spain

2. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Empresa, Facultade de

Economía e Empresa, Ferrol. Spain

3. Universidade da Coruña, Escola Politécnica Superior, Ferrol. Spain  

4. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Enxeñaría Naval e Industrial

Escola Politécnica Superior, Ferrol. Spain,

5. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Ciencias da Navegación e

Enxeñaría Mariña, Escola Politécnica Superior, Ferrol. Spain,

6. Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Enxeñaría Naval e Industrial

Escola Politécnica Superior, Ferrol. Spain

 

 

234

Uncertainty analysis for industries investing in energy equipment and renewable energy sources

E. M. Urbano(1), A.D. Gonzalez-Abreu(2) , K. Kampouropoulos(1), L.

Romeral(1)

1. MCIA Research Center, Department of Electronic Engineering Universitat

    Politècnica de Catalunya, Terrassa. Spain

2. HSPdigital CA-Mecatronica Engineering Faculty Autonomous University o

    Queretaro. Mexico

 

 

236

Fast testing platform for the isolation transformer

G. Bucci, F. Ciancetta, A. Fioravanti, E. Fiorucci, S. Mari, A. Prudenzi

Department of Industrial and Information Engineering and Economics University

of L’Aquila. Italy

 

 

239

Three-Phase Transformerless Inverter for Photovoltaic Grid Connected System with Zero Common Mode Noise

K. Karam,  M. Badawi El Najjar,  M. El Hassan

Department of Electrical Engineering University of Balamand Kelhat – Al Kurah.

Lebanon

 

 

240

Design of Power Quality Virtual Lab Toolbox using LabVIEW/Multisim

S. Haidar, E. Moussa, M. El Hassan, M. Badawi El Najjar

Department of Electrical Engineering University of Balamand Kelhat – Al Kurah.

Lebanon

 

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