Object-oriented programming, C++ and power system simulation - Discussion



EFIE-Tuned Testing Functions for MFIE and CFIE
Karaosmanoglu, Bariscan; Ergül, Özgür Salih (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017-01-01)
A recently developed numerical technique for improving the accuracy of the magnetic-field integral equation and the combined-field integral equation with low-order discretizations using the Rao-Wilton-Glisson functions is demonstrated on iterative solutions of large-scale complex problems, in order to prove the effectiveness of the proposed strategy as an alternative way for accurate and efficient analysis of multifrequency applications.
3D object recognition from range images using transform invariant object representation
AKAGÜNDÜZ, erdem; Ulusoy, İlkay (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2010-10-28)
3D object recognition is performed using a scale and orientation invariant feature extraction method and a scale and orientation invariant topological representation. 3D surfaces are represented by sparse, repeatable, informative and semantically meaningful 3D surface structures, which are called multiscale features. These features are extracted with their scale (metric size and resolution) using the classified scale-space of 3D surface curvatures. Triplets of these features are used to represent the surfac...
Active clamped ZVS forward converter with soft-switched synchronous rectifier for high efficiency, low output voltage applications
Acik, A; Cadirci, I (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2003-03-01)
The analysis, design, and implementation of an active clamped ZVS forward converter equipped with a soft-switched synchronous rectifier (ACFC-SR), proposed for high-efficiency low output voltage DC-DC converter applications, is presented. The converter efficiency is maximised due to soft switching of the main, active clamp, synchronous rectifier, and freewheeling MOSFET switches. The operating principles of the ACFC-SR are analysed in detail, and the converter performance is compared with that of alternativ...
Optimum Nyquist filters with controlled time and frequency characteristics
Tuncer, Temel Engin (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2002-10-10)
A design procedure is presented for pulse shaping filters based on the eigenfilter method. This method presents great flexibility for the control of the tail decay and stopband attenuation of the pulse shaping filters. A variety of optimum filters can be designed which are better than raised cosine filters both in time and frequency.
GOKCEK, C; UNVER, Z (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 1990-03-15)
Citation Formats
A. N. Güven, “Object-oriented programming, C++ and power system simulation - Discussion,” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER SYSTEMS, pp. 213–213, 1996, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/54603.