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Articles by M. Farrokhifar
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Farrokhifar
  M. Farrokhifar , M. Bana Sharifian and R. Esmaeilzadeh
  This research presents an accurate comprehensive cost function for the problem of optimal location of subtransmission substations. Technical constraints and economical parameters are investigated in the modeling. Genetic algorithm is used to optimize the cost function. Coding of decision variables is done in a way that finding the correct solutions is achieved faster. For the first time in this study, free capacity of medium voltage distribution feeders is used for optimal location of subtransmission substations. Also cost of coupling to upward grid in candidate substations with considering different levels of subtransmission voltage is presented. Efficiency of the proposed algorithm is evaluated via several case studies.
  M.B.B. Sharifian , R. Esmaeilzadeh , M. Farrokhifar , J. Faiz , M. Ghadimi and G. Ahrabian
  This research studies the forces on the windings of transformer due to inrush current. These forces are compared with the corresponding forces due to short-circuit of the windings. Two-dimensional finite element computation of a single-phase shell-type transformer is carried out based on the maximum permissible inrush current value where its amplitude is the same as the rated short-circuit current. To verify the computation results, they are compared with those recently obtained using Artificial Neural Network (ANN).
  M.B.B. Sharifian , M. Farrokhifar , R. Esmaeilzadeh , K. Banan Ali-Abasi , A. Ghahramani and E. Amini
  Calculation of Current Transformers (CTs) magnetic and thermal properties are very complex due to the complexity of their construction, different properties of their materials and non-linearity of core B-H curve. Finite Element Methods (FEMs) are very capable and reliable methods for these problems solution, such as Ansys software. In this study Ansys software is applied in analysis of an 800-400/5-5 CT. These analyses consist of 2D static normal, open circuit and short circuit condition of CT. Magnetic and thermal analysis are made and the results will be discussed.
 
 
 
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