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  • The STATCOM changes the impedance path and interferes with the OOS relay;
  • The operation modes of STATCOM have almost same effect on the measured impedance;
  • Proposed an analytical approach to correct the impedance deviation caused by the STATCOM;

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  • A novel method is proposed for clustering of GPS GDOP.
  • The TDNN model is applied in the approximation of GPS GDOP.
  • Best subset and optimal group of satellite are chosen for positioning.
  • Actual navigation setup is used to testify the accuracy of the proposed method.

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  • To develop a multi-physics simulation model for multi-layer switched reluctance motor
  • To propose a comprehensive electromagnetic simulation model for this motor
  • To introduce thermal and noise models based on 3D finite element method for this motor    
  • To present a parametric simulation model useful for doing an accurate analysis    

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  • A novel non-communication-based intelligent islanding detection scheme is proposed which is based on an effective simple digital filter being robust to the environmental noises.
  • In the proposed algorithm, the points of the signal (such as voltage, active power, etc.) with an irregularity are highlighted and, then be used for islanding detection.
  • To improve the performance of the proposed scheme, the separability index has been used to select the most valuable features.
  • The proposed scheme is capable of islanding detection in synchronous-based distributed generation systems in situations with the least exchanged power between the DG resources and the distribution system.

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