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1. Presenting a Practical Way to Preprocess the Raw Data of Smart Meters and Calculate the Load Duration Curve

Hassan Majidi; Mahdi Emadaleslami; Mahmoud-Reza Haghifam

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 45-50

Abstract
  In recent years, due to developments in the electricity industry, the use of smart meters has increased worldwide. Smart meters allow the collection of large amounts of microdata on power consumption. The data collected by smart meters can be used in various cases. Since the load duration curve is of ...  Read More

2. Design and Implementation of Tile-shaped Fault-tolerant XOR/XNOR Gates Based on Intercellular Interactions

Fatemeh Kiayi; Behnaz Gharekhanlou; Alireza Kashaninya

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 51-57

Abstract
  Over the years, the design and implementation of fault-tolerant circuits have been one of the main concerns of the designers of electronic devices. Quantum Dot Cellular Automata (QCA) is a low-power, compact technology that is prone to various defects due to its small size. We can categorize these defects ...  Read More

3. A Machine Learning Approach to Detect Energy Fraud in Smart Distribution Network

Mahdi Emadaleslami; Mahmoud-Reza Haghifam

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 59-66

Abstract
  Electricity utility have long sought to identify and reduce energy fraud as a significant part of non-technical losses (NTL). Generally, to determine customer’s honesty in consumption on-site inspection is vital. Since, inspecting all customers is expensive, utilities look for new ways to reduce ...  Read More

4. Power System Dynamic Stability Improvement Using PSS Equipped with Microcontroller

Azade Abedini; Ghazanfar Shahgholian; Bahador Fani

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 67-76

Abstract
  In assessing the power system, the most important issue is the system behavior when the system is affect‌ed by a disturbance In some plants in case a small event, oscillations are created that are not easily damped and this lack of damping causes the power plant shut down. So, conditions should be ...  Read More

5. An Optimal Routing Protocol Using Multi-Objective Whale Optimization Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks

Seyed Reza Nabavi

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 77-86

Abstract
  Recently, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been used increasingly in military and civilian fields, especially for target tracking and environmental monitoring purposes. The main obstacle in the way of broader use of WSNs is the limited charge of sensors used in these networks. Research has shown ...  Read More

6. Robust type-2 Fuzzy Control for Glucose-Level Regulation in Type-I Diabetic Patients

Razieh Zamani; Mehdi Siahi; Amin Ramezani

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 87-94

Abstract
  In this paper, a Fractional Adaptive Fuzzy Controller is designed for controlling blood glucose levels in Type-I diabetic patients. Type 1 diabetes is a chronic disease. In people with type 1 diabetes, the pancreatic cells that make insulin are destroyed, and the body is unable to make insulin. Unlike ...  Read More

7. Load Balancing Distribution Network Reconfiguration Based on Binary Particle Swarm Optimization

Mostafa Karimi; Mohsen Simab; Mehdi Nafar

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 95-98

Abstract
  A reconfiguration model for the distribution network with the optimization objective of reducing three -phase disequilibrium is suggested in order to cope with an increasingly serious three -phase unbalance in distribution network. Second, the distribution network reconfiguration problem is transformed ...  Read More

8. A Novel Formulation for Optimal Placement of Diesel/Wind/PV in Distribution System by Honey-Bee Mating Optimization Algorithm

Mojtaba Jamiati

Volume 10, Issue 02 , Spring 2021, Pages 99-103

Abstract
  This paper presents an optimization model for the optimal placement of hybrid system of diesel generator, wind turbines and photovoltaic. For this, the proposed objective function has been formulated based on: cost of purchasing equipment, cost of gas split, distance from electrical substation, cost ...  Read More

1. Maximum Power Point Tracking of Wind Energy Conversion System using Fuzzy- Cuckoo Optimization Algorithm Strategy

Mohammad Sarvi; Mohammad Parpaei

Volume 02, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 195-200

Abstract
  Nowadays the position of the renewable energy is so important because of the environment pollution and the limitation of fossil fuels in the world. Energy can be generated more and more by the renewable sources, but the fossil fuels are non-renewable. One of the most important renewable sources is the ...  Read More

2. An Improved MPPT Method of Wind Turbine Based on HCS Method by Using Fuzzy Logic System

Shahram Javadi; Mohammad Hossein Hazin

Volume 03, Issue 01 , Winter 2014, , Pages 29-35

Abstract
  In this paper presents a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) technique based on the Hill Climbing Search (HCS) method and fuzzy logic system for Wind Turbines (WTs) including of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (PMSG) as generator. In the conventional HCS method the step size is constant, therefor ...  Read More

3. Efficient Parameters Selection for CNTFET Modelling Using Artificial Neural Networks

Roya Abdollahzadeh Badelbo; Fardad Farokhi; Alireza Kashaniniya

Volume 02, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 217-222

Abstract
  In this article different types of artificial neural networks (ANN) were used for CNTFET (carbon nanotube transistors) simulation. CNTFET is one of the most likely alternatives to silicon transistors due to its excellent electronic properties. In determining the accurate output drain current of CNTFET, ...  Read More

4. Analysis and Comparison of Load Flow Methods for Distribution Networks Considering Distributed Generation

M Sedghi; M Aliakbar-Golkar

Volume 01, Issue 01 , Winter 2012, , Pages 27-32

Abstract
  Conventional passive distribution networks are changing to modern active distribution networks which are not radial. Conventional load flow methods should be modified for new distribution networks analysis. In modern distribution networks distributed generation (DG) units are embedded with conventional ...  Read More

5. A Comparison between SVC and STATCOM in Flicker Mitigation of Electric Arc Furnace using Practical Recorded Data

Haidar Samet; Mohammad Amin Jarrahi

Volume 03, Issue 04 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 209-214

Abstract
  Electric arc furnace (EAF) is one of the largest loads in electric power systems. It is highly time varying and nonlinear. Its reactive power variations cause voltage fluctuations in nearby system which is known as flicker. On the other hand the nonlinear voltage-current characteristic causes strong ...  Read More

1. Energy Management in Photovoltaic Based Micro-Grid Systems

Mojtaba Jamiati

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 May 2021

Abstract
  Abstract— Using DC micro-grid to connect more efficiently with DC output has increased. The sources are photovoltaic and energy storage systems. The conversion losses of the sources for supplying the loads are reduced compared to the AC micro-grid. This method aims at combining the above methods ...  Read More

2. Design of a Free Model Adaptive-Neural Controller for Level and Temperature Control of Liquid Storage Tanks

Ahmad Fakharian; Mohammad Hosein Ebrahimi Ebrahimi; Mohammad bagher Menhaj; Morteza Nazari Monfared

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  In this paper, an adaptive-neural free model scheme is proposed to control a widely-used nonlinear multivariable industrial system, a quadruple-tank process (QTP). The system consists of four tanks that are arranged in two upper and two lower formations. The main objective is defined as maintaining the ...  Read More

3. Underwater robot trajectory control using nonsingular terminal sliding mode controller

reihaneh kardehi moghaddam; Majid Shamsabadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  Sliding mode control is one of the most effective methods of controlling nonlinear systems with bounded uncertainty. Exponential convergence of tracking error is one of the most important problem of classic sliding mode control. One way to solve this problem is use of terminal sliding mode control. The ...  Read More

4. Two-level Ensemble Deep Learning for Traffic Management using Multiple Vehicle Detection in UAV Images

Zeinab Ghasemi Darehnaei; Seyed Mohammad Jalal Rastegar Fatemi; Seyed Mostafa Mirhassani; Majid Fouladian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  Environmental monitoring via vehicle detecting using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) images is a challenging task, due to small-size, low-resolution, and large-scale variation of the objects. In this paper, a two-level ensemble deep learning (named 2EDL) based on Faster R-CNN (regional-based convolutional ...  Read More

5. Detect and Implement Facial Modes in Image on FPGA using Multilayer Neural Network

Ali Abdolazimi; Amir Sabbagh Molahosseini; Farshid Keynia

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  Face is a unique characteristic of the human. Detecting the state of the human face, due to its difficulty on the one hand and its many useful features on the other hand, is one of the most important issues in the image processing. In this paper, a five-layer perceptron artificial neural network (MLP) ...  Read More

6. Reconfiguration approach for Distribution Network Considering Energy Storage Devices Based on Binary Particle Swarm Optimization

Mostafa Karimi; Mohsen Simab; mehdi nafar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  This paper studies a new method for reconfiguration of the distribution network that considers access to energy storage devices. Initially, a new distribution network reconfiguration model is being created that takes into account access to energy storage devices. This model takes as an objective function ...  Read More

7. Removing High Density Impulse Noise Via a Novel Two Phase Method Using Fuzzy Cellular Automata

Mohammad Mehdi Piroozmandan; Fardad Farokhi; Kaveh Kangarloo; Mohsen Jahanshahi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  In this paper, a novel method named RHDINTPM (Removing High Density Impulse Noise via a Novel Two Phase Method) is proposed for de-noising digital images corrupted by impulse noise. The proposed method is based on cellular automata (CA) and fuzzy cellular automata (FCA). In this method, a given image ...  Read More

8. Transmission Congestion Management Using Crow Search Algorithm

Seyed Erfan Hosseini; Alimorad Khajehzadeh; Mahdiyeh Eslami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  The generation rescheduling is one of the most important methods used in correctional congestion management, which has been the subject of many studies. In the deregulated environment, relieving congestion has a significant impact on the operation and security of the transmission system. Consequently, ...  Read More

9. Application of firefly algorithm in automatic extraction of brain tumor from multi-modality magnetic resonance images

Hayneh Fathi-Sanghari; Neda Behzadfar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  In this paper, an automated method for identifying the overall range of the tumor and extracting the starting point of brain tumors in Magnetic Resonance Imaging is presented. In this study, images of patients with glioblastoma multiforme were used. By first combining the features of the four MRI modalities, ...  Read More

10. Design of Fault-Tolerant XOR/XNOR Gate Using Fault-Tolerant NNI Gate

Fatemeh Kiayi; Behnaz Gharekhanlou; Alireza Kashaninya

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  Today more than ever, we need high-speed circuits with low occupancy and low power as an alternative to CMOS circuits. Therefore, we proposed a new path to build nanoscale circuits such as Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA). This technology is always prone to failure due to its very small size. Therefore, ...  Read More

11. A survey on Blockchain: Challenges, Attacks, Security, and Privacy

Alireza Hedayati; Hourieh Alsadat Hosseini

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 August 2021

Abstract
  Currently, industry and academia have shown much interest in security and privacy protection on the blockchain used in various applications. Attacks like privacy leakage and data loss make conventional methods vulnerable before emerging blockchain technology. Blockchain is a decentralized and tamper-resistant ...  Read More