Special Issue "Experiments/Process/System Modeling/Simulation/Optimization (IC-EPSMSO 2021)"

A special issue of Computation (ISSN 2079-3197). This special issue belongs to the section "Computational Engineering".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2021.

Special Issue Editor

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Dear Colleagues,

The 9th International Conference on Experiments/Process/System Modeling/Simulation/Optimization (9th IC-EpsMsO) will be held in Athens, Greece, from 7 to 10 July 2021, at the Titania Hotel in Central Athens. For more information about the conference, please visit the conference website (http://www.epsmso.gr).

Selected papers presented at the conference and included in the conference proceedings will be considered for inclusion in this Special Issue. The authors of the selected papers will be notified by the Conference Chairman, in due time, to submit their papers to this Special Issue of the journal Computation, at the latest by 30 November 2021, if they so wish. Submitted papers could be extended from their conference size to include new results, if any. All submitted papers will undergo the journal’s standard peer-review procedure. Accepted papers will be published in open access format in Computation and collected together in this Special Issue website. The papers accepted for publication will be published free of charge instead of the 1000 CHF standard Article Processing Charge (APC) for this journal.

Please prepare and format your paper according to the Instructions for Authors using the LaTeX or Microsoft Word template file of the journal (both are available from the Instructions for Authors page). Manuscripts should be submitted online via the susy.mdpi.com editorial system.

Prof. Dr. Demos T. Tsahalis
Guest Editor

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Dynamic Stability Enhancement of a Hybrid Renewable Energy System in Stand-Alone Applications
Computation 2021, 9(2), 14; https://doi.org/10.3390/computation9020014 - 01 Feb 2021
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Renewable energy systems have been extensively developed and they are attractive to become widespread in the future because they can deliver energy at a competitive price and generally do not cause environmental pollution. However, stand-alone energy systems may not be practical for satisfying [...] Read more.
Renewable energy systems have been extensively developed and they are attractive to become widespread in the future because they can deliver energy at a competitive price and generally do not cause environmental pollution. However, stand-alone energy systems may not be practical for satisfying the electric load demands, especially in places having unsteady wind speeds with high unpredictability. Hybrid energy systems seem to be a more economically feasible alternative to satisfy the energy demands of several isolated clients worldwide. The combination of these systems makes it possible to guarantee the power stability, efficiency, and reliability. The aim of this paper is to present a comprehensive analysis and to propose a technical solution to integrate a self-excited induction generator in a low power multisource system. Therefore, to avoid the voltage collapsing and the machine demagnetization, the various parameters have to be identified. This procedure allows for the limitation of a safe operating area where the best stability of the machine can be obtained. Hence, the load variation interval is determined. An improvement of the induction generator stability will be analyzed. Simulation results will be validated through experimental tests. Full article
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