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Dr Sehraneh Ghaemi, Miss Farnaz Ghanbarpour,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (1-2014)

In this paper, a new approach for controller designing of robust output feedback model reference adaptive control with a function of tracking error for a class of continuous linear systems with multiple uncertain time varying state delays is introduced. Proposed controller is not only robust versus of multiple uncertain time delays and external disturbance with uncertain bound but also improve performance of transient and steady state of closed loop system. The stability of closed loop system and error convergence is shown with an appropriate Lyapunov-Krasovskii function. Simulation results show good performance of proposed controller.
Eng. Mehdi Fallah, Dr. Rasool Kazemzadeh, Dr. Esmaeil Najafi Aghdam,
Volume 3, Issue 1 (9-2015)

Steady-state and transient response of the active power filter based on instantaneous power theory compensation method is dependent on the accurately and quickly extract the DC component of load active power. In this paper, for improving the response of this method, the numerical filter based on recursive least squares with variable forgetting factor in order to separation of DC component of load active power is proposed. Unlike conventional low-pass filters, the feature of designed numerical filter is independent of load harmonic components, quick and precision of the answer. Also, using wavelet transform the performance of active power filter under the non-ideal voltage condition is improved. Finally, the second order delta-sigma modulation is used to generate the switching pulses. Simulation results on MATLAB / SIMULINK software shows that the proposed method is properly.
Mohammad Amin Sobouti, Dr. Davood Azizian, Dr. Mehdi Bigdeli, Prof. Gevork B. Gharehpetian,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (9-2020)

The modeling of high frequency electromagnetic transients and the simulation of the voltage and the current distribution in the multi-winding traction transformer's windings due to these transient waves are very important. In the present article, in addition of presenting finite element models, the coupled field-circuit approach is proposed for the modeling of high frequency electromagnetic transients in a multi-winding traction transformer. The proposed method uses two-dimensional finite element models coupled with an external circuit to model the electromagnetic transient behavior of the multi-winding traction transformer. Afterwards, the results of the presented method have been compared with the results obtained from a complete three-dimensional finite element model as well as the detail model's results and the results are validated. Finally, the validated high-frequency model has been used to study the impulse response of the transformer. As shown, the proposed approach is a simple and fast method, and also has good accuracy in modeling of the impulse voltage distribution in the multi-winding traction transformer's windings.

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سامانه های غیرخطی در مهندسی برق Journal of Nonlinear Systems in Electrical Engineering
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