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    Research on Anti-Fluctuation Control of Winding Tension System Based on Feedforward Compensation

    Yujie Duan1, Jianguo Liang1,*, Jianglin Liu1, Haifeng Gao1, Yinhui Li2, Jinzhu Zhang1, Xinyu Wen3

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.139, No.2, pp. 1239-1261, 2024, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2023.044400

    Abstract In the fiber winding process, strong disturbance, uncertainty, strong coupling, and fiber friction complicate the winding constant tension control. In order to effectively reduce the influence of these problems on the tension output, this paper proposed a tension fluctuation rejection strategy based on feedforward compensation. In addition to the bias harmonic curve of the unknown state, the tension fluctuation also contains the influence of bounded noise. A tension fluctuation observer (TFO) is designed to cancel the uncertain periodic signal, in which the frequency generator is used to estimate the critical parameter information. Then, the fluctuation More >

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    Exploring the Mechanical Properties, Shrinkage and Compensation Mechanism of Cement Stabilized Macadam-Steel Slag from Multiple Perspectives

    Wei Zhang1, Mulian Zheng1,*, Yifeng Li2, Wuxi Zheng3

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.11, No.5, pp. 2513-2529, 2023, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2023.025275

    Abstract Steel slag is characterized by high strength, good wear resistance and micro-expansion. This study aims at exploring the potential of steel slag in cement stabilized aggregates, mainly including mechanical properties, shrinkage and compensation mechanisms. For this purpose, the compressive strength and compressive resilient modulus of cement stabilized aggregates with different steel slag contents (CSMS) were initially investigated. Subsequently, the effects of steel slag and cement on dry shrinkage, temperature shrinkage, and total shrinkage were analyzed through a series of shrinkage test designs. Additionally, in combination with X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Scanning electron microscope (SEM), the… More >

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    A Novel Approach for Improving the PQ in SPIM

    P. Jenitha Deepa*, H. Habeebullah Sait

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.35, No.3, pp. 2703-2715, 2023, DOI:10.32604/iasc.2023.030496

    Abstract Single Phase Induction Motor (SPIM) is widely used in industries at starting stage to provide high starting torque. The objective of the work is to develop a drive for Single Phase Induction Motor that does not use a start or run capacitor. In this work, the researchers present the details about Maximum Power Point Tracking using series-compensated Buck Boost Converter, resonant Direct Current (DC) to Alternate Current (AC) inverter and matrix converter-based drive. The proposed method provides a variable starting torque feature that can be adjusted depending upon machine load to ensure Power Quality (PQ). More >

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    Effect of Load on Transient Performance of Unearthed and Compensated Distribution Networks

    Nehmdoh A. Sabiha*, Hend I. Alkhammash

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.28, No.3, pp. 769-784, 2021, DOI:10.32604/iasc.2021.016752

    Abstract The maximum temperature that cable insulation can withstand determines the maximum load that the cable conductor can carry, which is called cable ampacity. However, a temperature far from this value under normal load conditions affects the transients due to earth faults in the distribution network. Accordingly, error estimation in the fault location occurs, and the smart grids do not accept such errors. Considering heterogenous unearthed and compensated distribution networks, the temperature rise in different underground cables is estimated under different load conditions. These loads are full load, three quarters (3/4) load, one half (1/2) load,… More >

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    Earth Fault Management for Smart Grids Interconnecting Sustainable Wind Generation

    Nagy I. Elkalashy*, Sattam Al Otaibi, Salah K. Elsayed, Yasser Ahmed, Essam Hendawi, Ayman Hoballah

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.28, No.2, pp. 477-491, 2021, DOI:10.32604/iasc.2021.016558

    Abstract In this study, the active traveling-wave fault location function is incorporated into the management of earth faults for smart unearthed and compensated distribution networks associated with distributed renewable generation. Unearthed and compensated networks are implemented mainly to attain service continuity, specifically during earth faults. This advantage is valued for service continuity of grid-interconnected renewable resources. However, overcurrent-based fault indicators are not efficient in indicating the fault path in these distribution networks. Accordingly, in this study, the active traveling-wave fault location is complemented using distributed Rogowski coil-based fault passage indicators. Active traveling waves are injected by… More >

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