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Adeyanju Bayode Benson
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5, pp 373-377; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.5.1

HatefFirouz Kouhi
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.7.3

Yin Min Tun
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.7.2

Kyi Pyar Zaw, Zin Mar Kyu
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5, pp 480-485; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.8.3

Syed SahalNazli Alhady, W. A. F. W. Othman, Aeizaal Azman Abd Wahab, Por Yin Wong
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5, pp 494-499; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.9.1

Subrina Sultana Noureen, Nimat Shamim, Vishwajit Roy, Stephen B. Bayne
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 4, pp 266-277; doi:10.21276/ijre.2017.4.11.3

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The multifarious improvements in computational and simulation tools have brought tremendous progress in the field of designing, testing and analyzing technologies. In this paper, the technological aspects and the concept of modern real-time digital simulators are presented. The real-time simulator functions in real time, thus it produces continuous output that realistically represents the conditions of a real system. Also, in a real-time simulator the user can test physical devices. Therefore, it is of great importance to understand the features and roles of the advanced simulator technologies. Also, User-friendly system interface, easy application in system design and testing, and most importantly cost effectiveness are the most desire features for implying these simulator into a research. Therefore, this paper summarizes all significant features by considering the above-mentioned facts of some most popular, globally, and commercially available simulator technologies. Real Time Digital Simulators (RTDS), OPAL-RT, Network Torsion Machine Control (NETOMAC), dSPACE, Real-Time solution by MathWorks (xPC target, Real-Time Windows target), Power_system Online_simulation Unveil Your Analysis (POUYA) Simulator and Typhoon HIL Simulator are discussed in this review paper based on the accessibility of information. A summarization of these simulators’ background, hardware, software and communication protocols are presented. Applications of these above-mentioned simulators are also added to understand the potentials of these simulators.
Youssra Riahi, Sara Riahi
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5, pp 524-528; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.9.5

Rajesh Khanna Bhuthukuri, Poonam Upadhyay
International Journal of Research and Engineering, Volume 5, pp 303-310; doi:10.21276/ijre.2018.5.2.1

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This paper presents Virtual flux based and Voltage based control schemes for PWM rectifiers in grid connected distributed generation systems from renewable sources are presented. In particular, the so-called Voltage Oriented Control (VOC), Direct Power Control (DPC), two DPC based techniques to minimize the Common Mode (CM) emissions called DPC-EMC1 and DPC-EMC2 set up by the authors and their versions based on virtual flux. All the described techniques have been implemented using MATLAB/Simulink® (Classic version 8.2 Release name (R2013b)) and compared with each other. Theoretical background with results of simulations is provided. The advantages and disadvantages of the individual control strategies are documented.
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