Advances in Modelling
Series C. Automatic Control (theory and applications)
Editors: Christian Berger Vachon
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|Direct Field-Oriented Control using Fuzzy Logic Type-2 for Induction Motor with Broken Rotor Bars||Pag. 203|
|Belhamdi Saad, Amar.Goléa (Algeria )|
|A Low Noise and Power Efficient 45nm GPDK Technology based Highly Stable Current Balancing Logic (HCBL) and Dynamic Logic Circuits for Mixed Signal Systems||Pag. 213|
|S. Seenuvasamurthi, G. Nagarajan (India )|
|Harmonic Compensation in Five Level NPC Active Filtering: Analysis, Dimensioning and Robust Control Using IT2 FLC||Pag. 227|
|Bellatreche Habiba, Tlemçani Abdelhalim (Algeria )|
|Direct Torque Control of Induction Motor Fed by Three-level Inverter Using Fuzzy Logic||Pag. 248|
|Berrabah Fouad, Chebabhi Ali, Zeghlache Samir, Saad Salah (Algeria )|
|Optimum Fuzzy Logic Control System Design using Cuckoo Search Algorithm for Pitch Control of a Wind Turbine||Pag. 266|
|Piyali Ganguly, Akhtar Kalam, Aladin Zayegh (Australia )|
|Fuzzy Sliding Mode Speed Controller Design of Induction Motor Drives with Broken Bars||Pag. 281|
|Belhamdi Saad, Amar.Goléa (Algeria )|
|Comparative Analysis between the Rotor Flux Oriented Control and Backstepping Control of a Double Star Induction Machine (DSIM) under Open-Phase Fault||Pag. 292|
|N. Layadi, S. Zeghlache, T. Benslimane, F. Berrabah (Algeria )|
|Fault Eccentricity Diagnosis in Variable Speed Induction Motor Drive Using DWT||Pag. 181|
|Rouaibia Reda1, Arbaoui fayçal, Bahi Tahar (Algeria)|
|Parameter Identification for Dynamic Damping System Based on Genetic Algorithm||Pag. 101|
|Yulu Zeng (China) )|
|Artificial Raindrop Algorithm for Optimal Parameter Preference in Digital IIR Filters||Pag. 114|
|Yuansheng Huang, Ying Qiao (China) )|
|Clutch Displacement Servo Control in Gear-Shifting Process of Electric Vehicles Based on Two-speed DCT||Pag. 140|
|Xi Liu, Ren He, Yongdao Song (China) )|
|Process Control Optimization for Hydroelectric Power Based on Neural Network Algorithm||Pag. 156|
|Haoming Xu, Deyi Wang, Jiajun Liu (China) )|
|Pricing Game Analysis of Forest Tourism PPP Project under Price Regulation||Pag. 168|
|Jingyuan Guo, Shunliang Chen, Fu’an Liu, Shejiao Li (China) )|
|Direct field-oriented control using fuzzy logic type -2 for induction motor with broken rotor bars||Pag. 1|
|Belhamdi Saad , Amar.Goléa (Algeria )|
|A low noise and power efficient 45nm GPDK technology based highly stable current balancing logic (HCBL) and dynamic logic circuits for mixed signal systems||Pag. 11|
|S Seenuvasamurthi, G Nagarajan (India )|
|Building and analyzing of an active robot-assisted surgical navigation for cervical vertebra bone grinding in spine surgery||Pag. 25|
|Heqiang Tian, Longxin Ma, Xiaoqing Dang, Jinfeng Zhang, Junlin Ma (China )|
|Singular Value Decomposition aided Robust Cubature Quadrature Kalman Filter in GPS/INS Integrated Navigation System||Pag. 48|
|Wei Zhao, Huiguang Li, Liying Zou (China )|
|Trustworthiness evaluation of component-based software based on level||Pag. 67|
|Junfeng Tian, Zhen Li, Zhuo Chang, Peng Lin (China )|
|Study on the formulation mechanism of blisters in electrochemical hydriding experiment of medium carbon steel through macro-micro simulation||Pag. 86|
|Li Yuan, Du Fengshan, Fan Junkai, Huang Shiguang, Hu Binbin (China )|
|Design optimization of induction motor using hybrid genetic algorithm: "a critical analyze"||Pag. 1|
|S. Chekroun, B. Abdelhadi, A. Benoudjit (Algeria)|
|Comparison of adaptive neuro-fuzzy based PSS and SSSC controllers for enhancing power system oscillation damping||Pag. 24|
|D. Murali (India)|
|Robust H∞ loop shaping controller for load frequency control of an uncertain deregulated power system||Pag. 39|
|Arlene Davidson R, S. Ushakumari (India)|
|Improvement and parameters optimization of washout algorithm in motion simulator||Pag. 60|
|X.T Kong, Y.C Zhu, Y.Q Di, H.H Cui (China)|
|Design and research of double-pump fly ash conveying system||Pag. 74|
|Yanjun Xiao, Huan Yang, Na Zhu, Qianqian Zhang, Zonghua Zhang (China)|
|Kansei evaluation model of tractor shape design based on GA-BP neural network||Pag. 92|
|Huiping Guo, Fuzeng Yang (China)|
|Wind turbine failure risk assessment model based on DBN||Pag. 110|
|Chen Fei, Fu Zhongguang (China)|
|Optimal disturbance rejection via feedforward-PD for bilinear systems with external sinusoid disturbances||Pag. 125|
|Guitao Liu, Mingyue Fu, Houpeng Du (China)|
|Finite-time control of a class of uncertain networked systems with state delay and communication delay||Pag. 1|
|H. Yao, F. Yuan (China)|
|Direct torque control for induction motor with broken bars using Fuzzy Logic Type-2||Pag. 15|
|S. Belhamdi, A.Goléa (Algeria)|
|Diagnosis of turn short circuit fault in PMSM sliding-mode control based on adaptive fuzzy logic-2 speed controller.||Pag. 29|
|A. Bechkaoui, A. Ameur, S. Bouras, K.Ouamrane (Algeria)|
|Solution of multi-objective optimal DG placement problems using swine influenza model based optimization (SIMBO)||Pag. 46|
|S. Sharma, S. Bhattacharjee, A. Bhattacharya (India)|
|Reduced order modelling for linear dynamic systems||Pag. 71|
|J. Singh, K. Chatterjee, CB Vishwakarma (India)|
|A new mean-square stabilization criterion for networked systems with network induced time delay and packet dropout.||Pag. 1-11|
|Yao, H.; Yuan, F.|
|Power system transient stability enhancement with SMES using four quadrant active and reactive power control.||Pag. 12-27|
|Moudjahed, M; Bekki, B.; Boudiaf, M.|
|Static output feedback sliding mode control for nonlinear systems with delay.||Pag. 28-38|
|Yao, H.; Yuan, F.|
|Steady state stability analysis of a CSI fed synchronous motor drive system with damper windings included using ANFIS.||Pag. 39-57|
|Srikant, P.; Jha, M.; Qureshi, M.F.|
|Static output feedback variable structure control for a class of time-delay systems.||Pag. 58-68|
|Tian Y.; Yao, H.; Yuan, F.|
|Intelligent control systems and performance analysis of PMDC motor drives.||Pag. 69-84|
|Titus, S.; Pandiyan, R.|
|Design of genetically tuned interval type-2 fuzzy PID controller for load frequency control (LFC) in the un-regulated power system.||Pag. 85-104|
|Singh, A.; Jha, M.; Qureshi, M.F.|