1. Design of a New IPFC-Based Damping Neurocontrol for Enhancing Stability of a Power System Using Particle Swarm Optimization

Ghazanfar Shahgholian; Mehdi Mahdavian; Michael Noorani Kalteh; Mohammadreza Janghorbani

Volume 03, Issue 02 , Spring 2014, , Pages 73-78

  The interline power flow controller (IPFC) is a concept of the FACTS controller for series compensation which can inject a voltage with controllable magnitude and phase angle among multi lines. This paper proposes a novel IPFC-Based Damping Neuro-control scheme using PSO for damping oscil‌la‌t‌i‌o‌ns ...  Read More

2. Congestion Management in Power Systems Via Intelligent Method

S.A Hashemi Zadeh; A.A Gharaveisi; GH Shahgholian

Volume 02, Issue 1 , Winter 2013, , Pages 23-31

  In the deregulated power systems, transmission congestion is one of the significant and main problems of the electrical networks which can cause incremental cost in the energy. This problem has resulted to new challenging issues in different parts of power systems which there was not in the traditional ...  Read More

3. Optimal DG Placement for Power Loss Reduction and Improvement Voltage Profile Using Smart Methods

S.A Hashemi Zadeh; O Zeidabadi Nejad; S hasani; A.A Gharaveisi; GH Shahgholian

Volume 01, Issue 03 , Summer 2012, , Pages 141-147

  Distributed Generations (DGs) are utilized to supply the active and reactive power in the transmission and distribution systems. These types of power sources have many benefits such as power quality enhancement, voltage deviation reduction, power loss reduction, load shedding reduction, reliability improvement, ...  Read More