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Spring 2010

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Journal of Intelligent Procedures in Electrical Technology (JIPET) is an international open access academic journal which gains a foothold in IRAN, Asia and opens to the world. The journal aims at promoting the integration of computer engineering and electrical engineering in any aspect of modern intelligent subjects. The focus is to publish papers on state-of-the-art computer and electrical engineering.
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First Published Year: Spring 2010 

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Mohammad Davoud Saeidi; Majid Moazzami

Volume 14, Issue 56 , March 2024, Pages 1-20

  Electrical load forecasting is the prediction of future demands based on various data and factors containing different consumptions on weekdays, electricity prices and weather conditions that are different for societies and places. Generally, medium-term electrical load forecasting is often used for ...  Read More

Research Article Generation, transmission and distribution
Reactive Power Management in Low Voltage Distribution Networks Using Capability and Oversizing of PV Smart Inverters

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Volume 14, Issue 56 , March 2024, Pages 21-42

  Since integration of solar photovoltaic (PV) sources into the power grid is increasing rapidly in recent years, the capability of photovoltaic source inverters can be an opportunity to improve the technical and economic indicators via reactive power management in low voltage distribution networks grids. ...  Read More

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  In this paper, a dynamic mutant version of the gray wolf optimization algorithm (MGWO) is proposed to solve the economic-environmental dispatch (E-ED) problem of a standard 40-unit power system with two wind farms. Thus, a comprehensive objective function of operating costs is presented, which is a combination ...  Read More

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Provide a Novel Two-Step Approach for Self-Healing Restoration of Smart Distribution Network

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  Self-Healing is the most essential feature for smart distribution network Restoration when a fault occurs. Islanding of the fault zone can be done both offline and online. Using the online islanding method to restoration the service in the fault zone, the boundary of islanding micro-grids and the number ...  Read More

Research Article Adaptive control
Neural adaptive control of an artificial pancreas for people with type 1 diabetes under saturated insulin injection rate

Sadegh Rezaei; Mohsen Parsa

Volume 14, Issue 56 , March 2024, Pages 119-130

  It is essential to control vital variables in patients whose natural control system has been compromised for some reason. One of these vital variables is blood glucose levels. Unfortunately, in people with diabetes (blood sugar), blood glucose levels are not regulated properly. To compensate for this ...  Read More

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Electromechanical Analysis of Coupled Motor-Gearbox Vibrations with Planetary Gears

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  Gearbox and vibrations are two inseparable components of each other. In other words, the nature of the gear meshing in the gearbox has inevitable vibrations due to the impact during the meshing of the teeth. These unavoidable vibrations in some cases cause the gearbox to malfunction, so vibration analyzes ...  Read More

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Delay-Tolerant Routing Optimization Using Simulated Annealing Heuristic Algorithm in Disrupted Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

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Volume 14, Issue 56 , March 2024, Pages 131-150

  Given the importance of reducing data latency in discrete wireless networks in critical situations, we present the combined routing protocol with a storage and forwarding approach in Throw-Box-based network topology concerning aspects such as proper relay prediction and effective buffer management. To ...  Read More

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Design and Implementation of a Local Blockchain-based Peer-to-Peer Energy Exchange Platform

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Volume 5, Issue 20 , March 2015, , Pages 3-14

  A fault tree illustrates the ways through which a system fails. It states different ways in which combination of faulty components result in an undesired event in the system. Being used in phases such as designing and exploiting industrial systems, and the designers able to evaluate the dependability ...  Read More

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  Economic and environmental conditions often make large stations and transmission lines, restrictions are placed. Small and medium-sized production units connected to existing systems as a strategy is in progress. These units are usually near the center of the load placed and distributed generators (DG) ...  Read More

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Volume 7, Issue 27 , October 2016, , Pages 27-40

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A non-isolated high step-up soft-switching converter with coupled-inductor

Jalil Jalili; Sayyed Mohammad Mehdi Mirtalaei; Mohammadreza Mohammadi; Behrooz Majidi

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Joint Optimization of Integrated Energy Systems in the Presence of Renewable Energy Sources, Power-to-Gas Systems and Energy Storage

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A New Topology for Switched Capacitor Multilevel Inverter Based on H-Bridge Submodules

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Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 August 2022

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Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 June 2022

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Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 16 July 2022

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