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International Conference on Renewable Energies nd Power Quality - ICREPQ

PAPERS-4 ICREPQ'11

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350

On electric vehicle battery charger modeling
L. Sainz(1), J.J. Mesas(1), J. Balcells(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering. E.T.S.E.I.B, Technical University of Catalonia. Spain
2. Department of Electronics Engineering. E.T.S.E.I.T, Technical University of Catalonia. Spain
 

 

 

 

351

Currents´physical components (CPC) concept in wind farm harmonic current studies
L. Sainz(1), J. Cunill Solà(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering. E.T.S.E.I.B, Technical University of Catalonia. Spain
2. Department of Electrical Engineering. E.P.S.E.M, Technical University of Catalonia. Spain   

 

 

 

 

352

Spanish microgrids: current problems and future solutions
G. Fernández(1), M. Trujillo(1), J.F. Sanz(1,2), J. Sallán(1,2)
1. Renewable Energy Integration Group CIRCE Foundation, University of Zaragoza. Spain
2. Electrical Engineering Department , University of Zaragoza. Spain

     
 

353

Grounding system impedance characterization using FEM
José Mª Bueno Barrachina, S. Catalán Izquierdo, César S. Cañas Peñuelas
Institute of Electrical Technology, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Spain
 

 

 

 

354

Visualization of the power waveforms frequency fluctuations with the use of the constant length time window
Jaroslaw Zygarlicki(1), Janusz Mroczka(2)
1.Department of Electrical, Control and Computer Engineering, Opole University of Technology. Poland
2. Electronic and Photonic Metrology, Wroclaw University of Tecnology. Poland

 

 

 

 

355

Short-term hourly load forecasting of a hospital using an artificial neural network
Daniel Moriñigo Sotelo(1), Oscar Duque Pérez(1), Luís Angel García Escudero(2), Miguel Fernández Temprano(2), Pablo Fraile Llorente(1), Manuel V. Riesco Sanz (1), A.L. Zorita Lamadrid(1)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering. University of Valladolid. Spain
2. Department of Statistics and Operational Research. University of Valladolid. Spain             
     
 

356

A photovoltaic power unit providing ancillary services for smart distribution networks
A. Filgueira Vizoso(1), L. Piegari(2), P. Tricoli(3)
1. Industrial Engineering II Department, University of La Coruña, Ferrol. Spain
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano. Italy
3. Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Naples Federico II. Italy   
 

 

 

 

357

Overview of the quality of electricity supply in Spain
R. Muñoz(1), S. Valero(2), D. López(3), C. Senabre(2)
1. Área de Ingeniería Eléctrica, Departamento de Ingeniería de la Construcción y Obras Públicas, University of Alicante. Spain
2. Department of Industrial Systems Engineering. University Miguel Hernández of Elche. Spain
3. Electricidad Alsanbo S.A.
     
 

358

Analysis of a ground-mounted double axis photovoltaic installation in Spain
D. López(1), R. Muñoz(2), S. Valero(3), C. Senabre(3)
1. Electricidad Alsanbo S.A.2. Área de Ingeniería Eléctrica, Departamento de Ingeniería de la Construcción y Obras Públicas, University of Alicante. Spain
3. Department of Industrial Systems Engineering. University Miguel Hernández of Elche. Spain
     
 
359
Advantages and barriers for the development of the use of renewable energy sources in Latvia
P. Shipkovs(1,2), G. Kashkarova(1), K. Lebedeva(1), L. Migla(1,2), J. Shipkovs(1), M. Pankars(2)
1. Institute of Physycal Energetics. Latvia
2. Riga Technical University. Latvia
     
 

360

Latvian experience of energy supply in the environment-friendly buildings in biosfhere reservation
P. P.Shipkovs(1,2), G. Kashkarova(1), L. Migla(1,2),  A. Ikaunieks(2), M. Jirgens(1)
1. Institute of Physycal Energetics. Latvia
2. Riga Technical University. Latvia

     
 

361

Investigation of solar collector´s in Latvian conditions
P. Shipkovs(1,2), G. Kashkarova(1), A. Snegirjovs(1,2), M. Vanags(1), K. Lebedeva(1), J. Shipkovs(1), L. Migla(1,2)
1. Institute of Physycal Energetics. Latvia
2. Riga Technical University. Latvia
     
 

362

Development and characterization of a multi-platform data acquisition system for power quality metrological certification
M. Caciotta, S. Giarnetti, G. Lattanzi Cinquegrani, F. Leccese, D. Trinca   
Department of Electronic Engineering, Roma III University. Italy
 

 

 

 

364

Study on flow characteristic of lubricant in the main Shaft of transmission in commercial vehicle
Ji Hun Yun(1), Jeong Se Suh(2), Chung Seob Yi(2), Chul Ki Song(2), In Guk Jeong (1), Joong Hwan Park(3)
1.Graduate School of Mechanical Engineering, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Gyeongnam. Korea
2. School of Mechanical and Aeroespace Engineering, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Gyeongnam. Korea
3. S&T Dynamics, Seongsan-gu, Changwon, Gyeongnam, Korea
 

 

 

 

366

Computer simulation of power balance of a solar vehicle depending on its parameters and outside factors
G. Frydrychowicz-Jastrzębska(1), E. Pérez Gómez(2)
1. Poznań University of Technology, Institute of Industrial Electrical and Electronical Engineering. Poznań. Poland
2. Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena. Spain
 

 

 

 

367

The effect of spatial orientation of solar energy receiver on the energetic gain
G. Frydrychowicz-Jastrzębska
 Poznań University of Technology, Institute of Industrial Electrical and Electronical Engineering. Poznań. Poland
 

 

 

 

370

Solar radiation increase over a capturing surface considering Rb factor, for Braşov urban area
C. Şerban, L. Coste
Department of Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling,Transilvania University of Braşov. România

 

 

 

 

371

Simulation model in trnsys of a solar house from Braşov, Romania
C. Serban, E. Eftimie, L. Coste
Department of Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling, Transilvania University of Brasov . România
 

 

 

  374 Empirical model for estimating global solar radiation for Braşov urban area
L.Coste, E. Eftimie, C. Şerban
Department of Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling, Transilvania University of Brasov . România
     
  376 A study on the cooling of electronic component by a flat heat pipe
Hamdy Hassan(1), Souad Harmand(2)
1. Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Assuit University.Egypt
2. UVHC, TEMPO-DF2T. France
     
  378 LIFE+ zero Hytechpark: Toward a sustainable building with termal, photovoltaic  and hydrogen technology
Natalia Moreno, Alfonso Arnedo, Jesús Simon, Arturo Cabello
Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon. Spain
     
  379 Hydrogen production for solar energy storage
P. Moldrik, Z. Hradilek
Department of Electrical Power Engineering FEI, VSB- Technical University of Ostrava, Poruba. Czech Republic
     
  380 The application of trust region method to estimate the parameters of photovoltaic modules through the use of single and double exponential models
P. Rodrigues(1), J.R. Camacho(1), F.B. Matos(2)
1. School of Electrical Engineering, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia. Brazil
2. Informatics´Department, Instituto Federal Goiano- Campus Urutaí. Brazil
     
  381 Self-growing colored petri net for offshore wind turbines maintenance systems
M. Pérez, A. Correcher, E. García, F. Morant, E. Quiles
Department of Fault Diagnosis, Industrial Automation Institute (AI2). E.T.S.I.I., Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Spain    
     
  383 Synchronization control of parametric pendulums for wave energy extraction
A.Najdecka, V. Vaziri, M. Wiercigroch
University of Aberdeen, Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, School of Engineering. United Kingdom
     
  387 DC/DC converters as linkages between photovoltaic plants and module integrated multilevel-inverters
G. Mehlmann, F. Schirmer, M. Zeuß, G. Herold
Institute of Electrical Power Systems, University of Erlangen- Nuremberg. Germany
     
  388 Optimal energy storage system control in a smart grid including renewable generation units
A.Andreotti, G. Carpinelli, F. Mottola
Department of Electrical Engineering, University Federico II of Naples. Italy
     
  389 Investigation into harmonics of LVDC power distribution system using EMTDC/PSCAD software
Andrey Lana, Tero Kaipia, Jarmo Partanen
Department of Electrical Engineering.Lappeenranta University of Technology. Finland
     
  390

Ground source heat pump on building acclimatization in Coimbra, Portugal
L. Coelho(1), J. Garcia(1), A. Almeida(2), N. Tavares(1), R. Cerdeira(1), K. Karytsas(3), D. Mendrinos(3), B. Sanner(4), E. Auzenet(5)
1. Polithecnic Institute of Setúbal, Escola Superior de Tecnologia de Setúbal. Portugal
2. Instituto de Sistemas e Robótica, Departamento de Engenharia Electrotécnica- Pólo II Universidade de Coimbra. Portugal
3. Centre for Renewable Energy Sources
4. European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC)
5. CIAT

 

     
  392

Wave energy and supply chain opportunities
A. Álvarez(1), C. Anido(2), S. Martín(1), P.B. González(1)
1. UDC Shipbuilding Department, UDC Marine Innovation Group, E.U.P. A Coruña University. Ferrol. Spain
2. UDC Marine Innovation Group, E.U.P. A Coruña University. Ferrol. Spain

     
  393

Theoretical efficiency of a gear based azimuthal tracked photovoltaic platform
B. Butuc, G. Moldovean, N. Creanga
Department of Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling, Transilvania University of Braşov. Romania

 

     
  394

Wind and weight induced loads on a gear azimuthal photovoltaic platform
B. Butuc, G. Moldovean, R. Velicu
Department of Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling, Transilvania University of Braşov. Romania

     
  395

New efficient filter design for a heat sink
J. Kulanayagam(1), J. H. Hagmann(1), K. F. Hoffmann(2), S. Dickmann(1)
1. Institute for Electrical Engineering
2. Institute for Power Electronics
Helmut-Schmidt-University/ University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg. Germany

 

 

   
     
  396

Interconnection of a photovoltaic generator (PVG) to a main supply: a simulation study
Maamar Taleb
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. University of Bahrain

     
  398

Energy storage technologies for electric applications
J.I. San Martín(1), I. Zamora(2), J.J. San Martín(1), V. Aperribay(1), P. Eguía(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering, University of the Basque Country, Escuela de Ingeniería de Eibar. Spain
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, University of the Basque Country, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Bilbao. Spain

   
     
  399

PEM fuel cells in applications of urban public transport
I.Zamora(1), J.I. San Martín(2), J. García(1), F.J. Asensio(1), O. Oñederra(1), J.J. San Martín(2), V. Aperribay(2)
1.Department of Electrical Engineering, University of the Basque Country, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Bilbao. Spain
2.Department of Electrical Engineering, University of the Basque Country, Escuela de Ingeniería de Eibar. Spain