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

 

 

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282

Software for calculating the optimum tilt angle of PV modules in different latitudes of the Southern hemisphere and solar plant sizing

Matheus M. Cabral,  Sofia. A. Lemes,  Marcelo E. de Oliveira, Paulo H. A.

Silva e Silva, Ghunter P. Viajante

Núcleo de Psquisas em Sistemas de Energia - NuPSE Federal Institute of

Education, Science and Technology of Goiás – IFG. Itumbiara, Goiás. Brazil

 

 

283

Impacts of Photovoltaic Systems on a Brazilian Distribution Feeder using OpenDSS

Eduardo Mateus Costa Santos de Oliveira, Marcelo Escobar de Oliveira,

Luis Gustavo Wesz da Silva

Núcleo de Pesquisas em Sistemas de Energia - NuPSE Federal Institute of

Education, Science and Technology of Goias - IFG .Itumbiara – Goias .Brazil

 

 

284

Power Quality Improvements in Grid-Connected PV System Using Hybrid Technology

Prasad Kumar Bandahalli Mallappa, Herminio Martínez-García, Guillermo

Velasco-Quesada

Department of Electronic Engineering Escola d’Enginyeria de Barcelona Est

(EEBE), Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)-BarcelonaTech. Spain

 

 

286

Modelling of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor and its Control Circuit in Simulink Environment

Mihály Katona, Péter Kiss

Department of Electric Power Engineering Budapest University of Technology

and Economics Budapest. Hungary

 

 

287

Heatsinks to Cool Batteries for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

J. Galvão(1,2), P. Faria,(3,5), A. Mateus(4,5), T. Pereira(4), S. Fernandes(6)

1. Department of Electrical Engineering/ESTG, Polytechnic of Leiria. Portugal

2. R&D Unit, Institute for Systems Engineering and Computers /INESCCoimbra.

    Portugal

3. Departments of Mathematics/ESTG, Polytechnic of Leiria. Portugal

4. Department of Mechanical Engineering/ESTG, Polytechnic of Leiria. Portugal

5. Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development (CDRSP) of the

    Polytechnic of Leiria. Portugal

6. TEKEVER/Autonomous Systems. Portugal

 

 

288

New PV Metrology for performance appraisal of Poly-Silicon PV Modules in Eastern Indian climatic Zone

Debasish Majumdar(1), Sudipta Basu Pal (2), Rajiv Ganguly(1)

1. University of Engineering & Management, Kolkata. India

2. Computer Science Engineering Departments, University of

    Engineering & Management , Kolkata. India

 

 

290

SCADA Data-Driven Wind Turbine Main Bearing Fault Prognosis Based on One-Class Support Vector Machines

A. Insuasty(1), C. Tutivén(2,3,4), Y. Vidal(4,5)

1. Electronic Engineering Faculty of Engineering Universidad de Nariño.

Colombia

2. Mechatronics Engineering Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Production

    Science Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Guayaquil. Ecuador

3. Universidad ECOTEC Guayaquil. Ecuador

4. Control, Modeling, Identification and Applications Department of Mathematics

    Escola d’Enginyeria de Barcelona Est Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya,

    Barcelona. Spain  

5. Institute of Mathematics (IMTech) Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,

    Barcelona. Spain

 

 

291

Neural Network Control of Green Energy Vehicles with Blended Braking Systems

V. Vodovozov(1),  E. Petlenkov(2),  A. Aksjonov(1), Z. Raud(1)

1. Department of Electrical Power Engineering and Mechatronics

2. Department of Computer Systems Tallinn University of Technology. Estonia

 

 

292

A comparative study of model fitting for estimating the overall efficiency of grid-connected photovoltaic inverters

J. Ramos-Teodoro(1) , F. Rodríguez(1) , M. Pérez(2), M. Berenguel(1)

1. Department of Informatics

2. Department of Chemistry and Physics CIESOL-ceiA3, University of Almería.    

    Spain

 

 

293

Understanding Power Quality using IoT-based Smart Analyzers and Advanced Software Tools

A. Alcayde(1), F.G. Montoya(1), F.M. Arrabal-Campos(1),  Jesús

González(2), Andrés Ortiz(3), R. Baños(1)

1. Department of Engineering E.S.I., University of Almería. Spain

2. Department of Computer Architecture and Technology E.T.S.I.I., University of

    Granada. Spain

3. Department of Signal Theory, Networking and Communications, E.T.S.I.T.,

    University of Malaga. Spain

 

 

295

Adaptive Notch Filter based WECS for Unbalance Mitigation

M.K. Abbas, M. Mokhtar, M.I. Marei, A.A.El-Sattar

Department of Electrical Power and Machines. Faculty of Engineering Ain

Shams Universty, Cairo. Egypt

 

 

296

Design Overview of a Toroidal Fast-Field Cycling electromagnet

Joao T. Cunha(1),  Pedro J. Sebastiao(1),  António Roque(2,3),  Vitor Vaz

da Silva(4,5), Duarte M. Sousa(6)

1. CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico , Lisboa. Portugal

2. Department of Electrical Engineering. ESTSetúbal/ Insituto Politécnico de

    Setúbal. Portugal

3. INESC-ID. Portugal

4. ADEETC-ISEL, Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa. Portugal

5. CTS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Portugal

6. DEEC, AC Energia, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa.

Portugal

 

 

297

A Brief Introduction in the Mitigation of Conducted Electromagnetic Interference lssues

M. Buzdugan

Department of Buildings Engineering, Technical University ofCluj-Napoca.

Romania

 

 

298

Study of the second-generation of CdTe and CIGS thin film PV modules under natural sunlight conditions

K. Dyndal, J. Sanetra, K. Marszalek

Institute of Electronics, Faculty ofComputer Science, Electronics and

Telecommunications. AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków.

Poland

 

 

299

Micromorph and polymorphous solar panel in a warm temperature transitional climate - comparison of outdoor performance and simulations

G. Lewhíska, K. Dyndal, J. Sanetra, K.W. Marszalek

AGH University of Science and Technology, Institute of Electronics, Krakow.

Poland

 

 

302

Performance evaluation of high-lift hydrofoils with a flap used in the design of horizontal-axis hydrokinetic turbines

Rubio-Clemente A(1,2), Aguilar J(2), Chica E(2)

1. Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de Medellín. Colombia

2. Grupo de Investigación Energía Alternativa, Facultad de Ingeniería,

Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín. Colombia

 

 

303

Modelling of Stator Coil-To-Ground Faults in lnduction Motor

Stanislav Kocman, Pavel Pecínka

Department of General Electrical Engineering, VŠB-Technical University of

Ostrava Czech Republic

 

 

304

Loss Analysis Due to Influence of Harmonics in a Distribution System

R.M. Soares, M. E. Oliveira, M. A. A. Freitas, G.P. Viajante, E. N. Chaves

Núcleo de Pesquisas em Sistemas de Energia - NUPSE

IFG, Instituto Federal de Goiás. Brazil

 

 

305

Analysis of an automotive thermoelectric generator coupled to an electric exhaust heater to reduce NOx emissions in a Diesel-powered Euro VI Heavy Duty vehicle

A. Massaguer(1), E. Massaguer(1), J. Ximinis(1), T. Pujol(1) M. Comamala(1), L. Montoro, J.R. González, P. Fernández-Yañez(2), O. Armas(2)

1. Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Construction. E.P.S.,

    Universitat de Girona. Spain

2. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Campus de Excelencia Internacional en

    Energía y Medioambiente. Escuela de Ingeniería Industrial y Aeroespacial de

    Toledo. Spain

 

 

307

Unfavourable Reactive Power in a Rolling Mill

Stanislav Nowak, Stanislav Kocman

Department of General Electrical Engineering

VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava. Czech Republic

 

 

308

Application of a central composite face-centered design in the optimization of an Archimedean hydrokinetic turbine

J. Betancour(1), L. Velásquez(1), L.Y. Jaramillo(2), E. Chica(1), A. Rubio-

Clemente(1,2)

1. Grupo de Investigación Energía Alternativa, Facultad de Ingeniería,

Universidad de Antioquia. Colombia

2. Facultad de Ingeniería, Tecnológico de Antioquia-Institución Universitaria

TdeA Medellín. Colombia

 

 

309

The behaviour of a low voltage distribution network with crescent presence of photovoltaic generation and energy storage elements

Rafael Martins Leite, Jonas Villela de Souza, Eduardo Nobuhiro Asada,

Mário Oleskovicz

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Sao Carlos Engineering

School, University of Sao Paulo. Brazil

 

 

310

Reducing the carbon footprint of Whisky production through the use of electricity and heat storage alongside renewable generation

W.-G. Früh(1), Jamie Hillis(2), Sandy Gataora(2), Dawn Maskell(3)

1. Institute of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering, School of

    Engineering & Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton,

Edinburgh, Scotland. United Kingdom

2. Sunamp Ltd

3. International Centre for Brewing & Distilling, School of Engineering & Physical

    Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh. United Kingdom

 

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