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International Journal of Smart Electrical Engineering (IJSEE) is an international journal founded at the middle of 2012. This journal is published by the IAU, Central Tehran Branch, and it appears four times a year. All papers published by IJSEE are rigorously peer reviewed, free of charge and open access. IJSEE follows the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted, issued by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) code of conduct for editors. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers.

Research Paper
1. Optimal Capacitor Placement to Improve the Performance of the Electrical Power Distribution System Using Genetic Algorithm

Mohammad Hossein Kafi; Mehdi Mahdavian; Ali Asghar Amini; Ghazanfar Shahgholian; Majid Dehghani

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 111-117

  The purpose using capacitors in distribution networks is to reduce the total losses of the network. Capacitors help regulate the power factor and voltage in the electrical distribution system, and can be controlled remotely, in and out of the system. Capacitor placement depends on the objective function, ...  Read More

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2. Diagnosis of Liver Cancer by Fuzzy Kmeans Clustering Based on Evidence Theory

Babak Fouladi Nia; Abbas Karimi; Faraneh Zarafshan; Manochehr Kazemi

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 119-129


  Liver cancer is one of the most common cancers that causes many deaths every year. In recent years, the risk of men and women getting liver cancer has increased by 40% and 23%, respectively. In order to identify a tumor in the liver, segmentation is performed on CT images. The use of data fusion methods ...  Read More

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3. Bionic Wavelet Transform Entropy in Speaker-Independent and Context-Independent Emotional State Detection from Speech Signal

Mina Kadkhodaei Elyaderani; Hamid Mahmoodian

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 131-136


  The most common way of communication between humans is the use of speech signals, which also includes the person's emotional states. Bionic wavelet transform entropy has been considered in this study for speaker-independent and context-independent emotion detection from speech. Bionic wavelet Transform ...  Read More

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4. A Novel Secure Routing Method based on Hybrid Encryption in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks

Milad Jafari; Mohsen Chekin; Amin Mehranzadeh

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 137-147


  Routing in a wireless sensor network is a very challenging task that allows nodes to be routed to transmit information from source to destination. As a result, optimal energy consumption is an important goal for designing a routing algorithm. In addition, due to the wireless communications and adverse ...  Read More

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5. Two-stage Framework for Microgrids Energy Management Considering Demand Response Program and Compressed Air Energy Storages under Uncertainties

Alireza Azarhooshang; Sasan Pirouzi; Mojtaba Ghadamyari

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 149-162


  This paper presents a two-stage stochastic model for the management of microgrids. In the proposed model, the uncertainties related to the generation output of wind turbines, the consumption load, and the electrical energy price have been taken into account. The presented two-stage problem is modeled ...  Read More

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6. Smart Management of Pollution in Integrated Energy Systems

Gholamreza Sarlak; Javad Olamaei; Mohamad Dosaranian-Moghadam

Volume 11, Issue 03 , September 2022, Pages 162-169


  Today, energy carriers are addressed as one of the main pillars of energy generation due to the increased growth of industries in developed and developing countries. According to the global view, increased consumption of energy carriers has increased the production of greenhouse gases, the global average ...  Read More

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

Roya Abdollahzadeh Badelbo; Fardad Farokhi; Alireza Kashaniniya

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

  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

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

Mohammad Sarvi; Mohammad Parpaei

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

  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

3. 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 , February 2014, , Pages 29-35

  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

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

M Sedghi; M Aliakbar-Golkar

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

  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 , November 2014, , Pages 209-214

  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

Research Paper
1. Simulation of a PV Connected to an Electrical Energy Distribution Network with Internal Current Loop Control and Voltage Regulator

Seyed Mahdi Behinnezhad; Ghazanfar Shahgholian; Bahador Fani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 October 2021

  In this paper, a control method based on internal current control loop and dc link voltage regulator for three-phase photovoltaic (PV) system connected to the distribution network is presented. Current control method, the dynamics of the PV system separate it from the dynamics of the grid and the loads ...  Read More

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2. Construction of Multi-Resolution Wavelet Based Mesh Free Method in Solving Poisson and Imaginary Helmholtz Problem

Mohammad Reza Yousefi; Amin Dehghani; Ali Asghar Amini

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 November 2021

  In this paper, we propose a new multi-resolution wavelet based mesh free method for numerical analysis of electromagnetic field problems. In problems with variable object geometries or mechanical movements, the mesh free methods yield more accurate simulation results compared to the finite element approach ...  Read More

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3. Optimization of captured energy by a point absorber wave energy converter using IPSO

reihaneh kardehi moghaddam; akram sedaghati; morteza anbarsooz

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 February 2022


  Ocean waves have an enormous amount of energy that can be converted into electrical energy using wave energy converters (WECs). Although it is difficult to estimate the amount of wave energy in the oceans and also extracting its power needs special facilities, this resource can provide a large part of ...  Read More

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4. Investigation of Parameters Affecting the Geometry of Red Blood Cell Using Low-Dimension Model in Dissipative Particle Dynamics

somaye Yaghoubi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 February 2022


  Approximately one half of the blood flow is made up of the Red Blood Cells (RBCs). Moreover, the geometry of the RBCs relative to the vessel diameter greatly effect on the physics and dynamics of the blood flow. It means the quantitative understanding through the vessels is important in multifarious ...  Read More

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5. Simulation of Voltage Regulation in The Distribution Network Using Distribution Static Compensator

Pegah Shafaghi; Mehdi Mahdavian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 March 2022


  Power electronic converters such as dynamic voltage restorer (DVR), distribution static compensator (DSTATCOM), and unified power quality conditioner (UPQC) can zero voltage regulation, eliminate harmonics, reactive power compensation and unbalancing on both the source and load side of the system. The ...  Read More

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6. Design and construction of smart solar bicycles by presenting a new transportation architecture model based on renewable energies in the Corona era

meraj rajaee; farima nasiri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 April 2022


  The increasing growth of urbanization and population and consequently the growth of traffic and movement of city residents with motor vehicles in and out of the city, cause many problems including traffic, air pollution, increasing greenhouse gases and environmental damages. This is while many in the ...  Read More

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7. Energetic, economic, and environmental (3E) evaluation of grid-connected wind-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging station: Effect of wind turbine type

iman pishkar; Amin Mirzakhani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 May 2022


  The electric car charging station, which is one of the infrastructure elements used to recharge electric vehicles (EVs), has not been developed in Iran. Therefore, in the present work a hybrid wind turbine-electricity grid system is simulated to supply electricity to an EV charging station in Bandar ...  Read More

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8. Comparison of Local Kernel and Covariance Matrix Descriptors for Spatial-Spectral Classification of Hyperspectral Images

Behnam Asghari Beirami; Mehdi Mokhtarzade

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 May 2022


  Hyperspectral sensors collect information from the earth's surface in the form of images with a large number of electromagnetic bands. Accurate classification of hyperspectral images has been one of the hot topics in remote sensing. Spatial information as a complementary source for spectral information ...  Read More

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9. Management and Environmental Assessment of Simultaneous Production of Solar Electricity and Heat (Case Study: Sar Agha Seyed Rural Health Center)

Mashallah Valikhani Dehaghani; Mohsen Khalili Samani; Daryosh Mohamadi Janaki

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 May 2022


  The impact of administrative processes on energy services is significant. Since electricity is considered the center of development, special attention to rural electricity supply and also solving possible problems of important rural centers in the areas of reliable electricity supply and lighting can ...  Read More

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10. Feasibility of a high efficiency solar air conditioner powered by DC current

Mohammad Kazemi Bidhendi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 May 2022


  The feasibility of direct use of photovoltaic energy to supply cooling demand of a building is investigated at a demonstration site through its design, installation and evaluation. The cooling is accomplished by using a novel method of energy supply, including photovoltaic panels, electrically driven ...  Read More

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