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Study on the lightning shielding characteristics of the crossover area of UHV/HV transmission lines

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Energy Reports, Vol 8, Iss , Pp 806-814 (2022)

Abstract:Due to space limitations of transmission corridors, ultrahigh voltage (UHV) lines inevitably cross over other lines. UHV lines in a crossover section have a lightning shielding effect similar to that of a lightning conductor of lower lines. While, whet...

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Analysis and research on vibration characteristics of nuclear centrifugal pumps at low flow rates

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Energy Reports, Vol 8, Iss , Pp 1273-1282 (2022)

Abstract:In order to investigate the vibration characteristics of nuclear centrifugal pumps at low flow rates, the simulation prototype of centrifugal pump was built by mean of ANSYA CFD software, and the mechanism of reverse flow and rotating stall at low flow...

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Analysis for magnetic field disturbance of hybrid DC circuit breaker during breaking

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):High Voltage, Vol 7, Iss 3, Pp 523-535 (2022)

Abstract:Abstract The high current of hybrid DC circuit breaker (HCB) in the process of breaking generates strong transient magnetic field (MF), which may interfere with the normal operation of driver control units (DCUs). Therefore, the analysis for transient ...

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Analysis of LoRaWAN Transactions for TEG-Powered Environment-Monitoring Devices

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Elektronika ir Elektrotechnika, Vol 28, Iss 3, Pp 30-36 (2022)

Abstract:Long-Range (LoRa) transmission technology is potentially a suitable solution in abundant applications such as smart cities, smart industries, smart health, and others, although it is challenging and complex to implement. LoRa is a non-cellular modulati...

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Generalized maximum entropy in electrical energy price modeling for households and non-households in Portugal

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Energy Reports, Vol 8, Iss , Pp 448-453 (2022)

Abstract:In a high tax burden environment related to electricity prices in Portugal, it is needed to establish fiscal and economic-political measures to lower the electrical price weight imposed on both households and non-households. The most effective way is t...

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Understanding citizens’ environmental concern and their pro-environmental behaviours and attitudes and their influence on energy use

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Energy Reports, Vol 8, Iss , Pp 103-109 (2022)

Abstract:The analysis of the prime political ideologies that affect human behaviours and how these make people interact with their habitat is most necessary for policy making. The objective of the present research is to analyse the relationship between an indiv...

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Online graph learning for time‐varying graphs

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Electronics Letters, Vol 58, Iss 16, Pp 623-626 (2022)

Abstract:Abstract In this paper, the is focus on the online graph learning problems in time‐varying environment. Traditional graph learning methods always assume that the underlying graph is static and that enough training data are available. However, in many r...

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Design choices in peer‐to‐peer energy markets with active network management

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):IET Smart Grid, Vol 5, Iss 4, Pp 281-296 (2022)

Abstract:Abstract Due to the growing number of Distributed Energy Resources and new electrical loads at the sectoral contact points, novel organisational forms such as Local Energy Markets arise to deal with increasing complexity in the energy system. However, ...

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A multi‐objective multi‐agent deep reinforcement learning approach to residential appliance scheduling

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):IET Smart Grid, Vol 5, Iss 4, Pp 260-280 (2022)

Abstract:Abstract Residential buildings are large consumers of energy. They contribute significantly to the demand placed on the grid, particularly during hours of peak demand. Demand‐side management is crucial to reducing this demand placed on the grid and inc...

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