1. Technical and Economic Analysis of Solar Wind Hybrid Renewable Energy System with Rainwater Collection Feature

Hesam Sanatnama; Nasrin Sabet

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 260-269

Abstract
  In this paper, the technical and economic feasibility of innovative renewable energy systems, solar wind hybrid power generation capability is provided for collecting rainwater. Part of the energy required for tall buildings where the system is installed it provides. The system is compact and can be ...  Read More

2. Protection of Distribution Networks

Hesam Sanatnama; Nasrin Sabet

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 270-279

Abstract
  With the increasing dependence on electrical power generation resources, achieve a good level of reliability, quality and safety, along with cost-efficient day to day for consumers is more important Another necessary thing that should take into consideration the safety of electric power.One of the first ...  Read More

3. Automatic Power Adjustment by Means of Flexible Tools for Controlling the Control Based on the Ratio of the Two Systems in a Stochastic Resonance

Hesam Sanatnama; Nasrin Sabet

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 280-289

Abstract
  In this paper a method for automatic power regulation, with the Elimination of the two-mass system provide winding of volatility has been eaten. Intensification ratio control method is effective in controlling system of two mass. Intensification ratio control method is effective in controlling system ...  Read More

4. Effects of Dispersed Production Sources on Distribution Network

Hesam Sanatnama; Nasrin Sabet

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 290-296

Abstract
  The production of energy is not a new term scattered. The traditional structure of the electric power industry has always been based on the absence of active electrical energy production resources in a distributed network, has been based. By increasing the amount of installed capacity, production and ...  Read More

5. Dispersed Production Sources and its Effectson Distribution Network

Hesam Sanatnama; Nasrin Sabet

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 297-304

Abstract
  Incorporated in electrical systems, electrical energy in the form of large central power stations by takes place. In the early years of the emergence of continuous systems, usually with annual growth of about 6 to 7 percent in electric energy ...  Read More