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TOC Alert for Publication# 41 2016July 28<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>638C14650136<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics]]>638C2C2176<![CDATA[Steady-State Equivalent Circuit of Five-Phase Induction Machines With Different Stator Connections Under Open-Line Conditions]]>m phases under open-line fault conditions is usually carried out based on symmetrical component theory. Hence, the estimation of the machine characteristic curves usually involves complex mathematical calculations and inversion of high-order matrices, which complicates the analysis. Moreover, the effect of the different subspaces’ impedances on the machine performance cannot be easily recognized using this modeling technique. Instead, this paper presents the first attempt to derive a simple equivalent circuit for a five-phase IM under open-line conditions that includes the effect of all subspaces in a single circuit. The derivation is carried out for both star and pentagon connections. The equivalent circuit can be a simple technique to explain the advantages obtained from a pentagon connection compared to the star connection under open-circuit faults. It can also be used to derive a simple expression for torque gain and torque ripple magnitude for different stator connections based on the circuit parameters. The derived equivalent circuits are verified using a 1-kW five-phase prototype machine.]]>63846514662900<![CDATA[Selection Criteria of Multiphase Induction Machines for Speed-Sensorless Drives Based on Rotor Slot Harmonics]]>638466346731449<![CDATA[Design of External Inductor for Improving Performance of Voltage-Controlled DSTATCOM]]>638467446821518<![CDATA[Real-Time Switches Fault Diagnosis Based on Typical Operating Characteristics of Five-Phase Permanent-Magnetic Synchronous Machines]]>638468346942104<![CDATA[Decoupled Control of Modular Multilevel Converter Based on Intermediate Controllable Voltages]]>638469547061650<![CDATA[An Active Cross-Connected Modular Multilevel Converter (AC-MMC) for a Medium-Voltage Motor Drive]]>638470747171972<![CDATA[Novel Consequent-Pole Hybrid Excited Machine With Separated Excitation Stator]]>638471847282571<![CDATA[Rotor Eddy-Current Losses Reduction in an Axial Flux Permanent-Magnet Machine]]>638472947371686<![CDATA[Effects of Rotor Position Error in the Performance of Field-Oriented-Controlled PMSM Drives for Electric Vehicle Traction Applications]]>638473847516760<![CDATA[Multi-Objective Stochastic MPC-Based System Control Architecture for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Buses]]>638475247631983<![CDATA[Derivation of Temperature Distribution of Stator Winding with Transposed Conductors for a Large Air-Cooled Hydrogenerator]]> transposition strands is taken as the research object. Based on the calculation results of the fluid field in radial ventilation groove, boundary conditions of temperature field model are determined and then the calculation model of stator temperature field is analyzed by finite-volume method (FVM) under a rated load condition. The temperature distribution of each transposition strand is obtained, and the numerical results of model with the transposition strand structure and the baseline model without transposition are compared with tested values, respectively.]]>638476447721474<![CDATA[Virtual Signal Injection-Based Direct Flux Vector Control of IPMSM Drives]]>638477347821721<![CDATA[A Dual Three-Level Inverter-Based Open-End Winding Induction Motor Drive With Averaged Zero-Sequence Voltage Elimination and Neutral-Point Voltage Balance]]>638478347952938<![CDATA[A Novel Current-Source Gate Driver for Ultra-Low-Voltage Applications]]>63847964804982<![CDATA[Topology Derivation and Generalized Analysis of Zero-Voltage-Switching Synchronous DC–DC Converters With Coupled Inductors]]>638480548151060<![CDATA[Electronic Ballast Design for UV Lamps Based on UV Dose, Applied to Drinking Water Purifier]]> –240 V), attending the limits imposed by IEC 61000-3-2 Standard, for class-C devices.]]>638481648251531<![CDATA[Boundaries of Subharmonic Oscillations Associated With Filtering Effects of Controllers and Current Sensors in Switched Converters Under CMC]]>638482648372049<![CDATA[An Active Filter Method to Eliminate DC-Side Low-Frequency Power for a Single-Phase Quasi-Z-Source Inverter]]>638483848481190<![CDATA[Experimental Investigation on a Hybrid Series Active Power Compensator to Improve Power Quality of Typical Households]]>638484948596593<![CDATA[Bidirectional Single Power-Conversion DC–AC Converter With Noncomplementary Active-Clamp Circuits]]>638486048671074<![CDATA[High-Efficiency Portable Welding Machine Based on Full-Bridge Converter With ISOP-Connected Single Transformer and Active Snubber]]>638486848773447<![CDATA[Analysis and Implementation of a Nonisolated Bidirectional DC–DC Converter With High Voltage Gain]]>638487848881252<![CDATA[Thermal Stress Analysis and MPPT Optimization of Photovoltaic Systems]]>638488948981431<![CDATA[Design of a Unified Power Controller for Variable-Speed Fixed-Pitch Wind Energy Conversion System]]>a priori knowledge of the aerodynamic characteristics of turbine blades is avoided, but also low torque/power ripple is achieved; for the latter, a new auxiliary passive stall control method is proposed. It temporarily increases the output power to force the turbine to operate in deep stall regime, thus to decrease the captured power of the turbine. The proposed controller is implemented on a digital signal processor. The validity of the proposed method is verified by experimental results done on a 10-kW WECS.]]>638489949081256<![CDATA[Effect of State Feedback Coupling and System Delays on the Transient Performance of Stand-Alone VSI With <italic>LC</italic> Output Filter]]>638490949182697<![CDATA[Optimal Load Sharing of Hydrogen-Based Microgrids With Hybrid Storage Using Model-Predictive Control]]>638491949281298<![CDATA[Dual-Converter-Fed Open-End Transformer Topology With Parallel Converters and Integrated Magnetics]]>638492949411912<![CDATA[DC-Offset Rejection in Phase-Locked Loops: A Novel Approach]]>638494249461060<![CDATA[Magnetic Field Energy Harvesting from AC Lines for Powering Wireless Sensor Nodes in Smart Grids]]>638494749541147<![CDATA[Novel and Fast Maximum Power Point Tracking for Photovoltaic Generation]]>638495549661246<![CDATA[DC-Link Current Ripple Mitigation for Current-Source Grid-Connected Converters Under Unbalanced Grid Conditions]]>LC resonance damping, the hybrid current controller is proposed by combining the closed-loop fundamental current controller under double synchronous frames and the closed-loop high-bandwidth harmonic current controller under stationary frame. The design of the hybrid current controller is analyzed. Finally, the experimental results are shown to verify that the control strategies can mitigate the dc-link current ripple effectively, and also provide good LC resonance damping performance for grid currents.]]>638496749771327<![CDATA[A New Single-Switch Isolated High-Gain Hybrid Boosting Converter]]>638497849882122<![CDATA[Space-Vector-Based Hybrid PWM Strategy for Reduced DC-Link Capacitor Current Stress in the Postfault Grid-Connected Three-Phase Rectifier]]>638498950005868<![CDATA[Dynamic Hybrid Control of a Hexapod Walking Robot: Experimental Verification]]>638500150111599<![CDATA[Real-Time SURF-Based Video Stabilization System for an FPGA-Driven Mobile Robot]]>63850125021986<![CDATA[Kinematic Control of Continuum Manipulators Using a Fuzzy-Model-Based Approach]]>638502250351347<![CDATA[Continuous Finite-Time Higher Order Output Regulators for Systems With Unmatched Unbounded Disturbances]]>continuous finite-time convergent control algorithms driving an output (the highest relative degree state) of an -dimensional integrator to zero for a finite time using a scalar input in the presence of both matched and unmatched unbounded disturbances. No knowledge of all system states is required: only the output should be available for the control design. No knowledge or reconstruction of individual disturbances is assumed as well. This paper concludes with a case study of controlling an industrial benchmark DC motor, whose third-order mathematical model is perturbed by matched and unmatched disturbances.]]>638503650431092<![CDATA[Robust Backstepping Sliding-Mode Control and Observer-Based Fault Estimation for a Quadrotor UAV]]>638504450561320<![CDATA[Wavelet-Based Approach for Online Fuel Cell Remaining Useful Lifetime Prediction]]>638505750682044<![CDATA[A Robust Adaptive Tuned Vibration Absorber Using Semi-Passive Shunt Electronics]]>63850695077907<![CDATA[Environmental Robust Position Control for Compact Solenoid Actuators by Sensorless Simultaneous Estimation of Position and Force]]>638507850861013<![CDATA[Lumped Circuit Model of Conical-Shaped Inductors for Broad-Bandwidth Applications]]>for the first time in the open literature. The model accurately describes the high performance of such inductors, which can be obtained commercially and are widely used by industry for broad-bandwidth applications such as impedance matching, bias choke, and high-frequency voltage regulators. The model provides a relatively simple design tool for such inductors up to the first resonance frequency and gives physical insight about the advantages of such inductors. The model is corroborated with HFSS simulations as well as measurements.]]>63850875090828<![CDATA[A Multicycle Q-Modulation for Dynamic Optimization of Inductive Links]]> , ), and from 23% to 28.2% at (, ) after 11% change in the resonance capacitance, while delivering 168.1 mW to the load (PDL).]]>638509151001186<![CDATA[A Novel NTT-Based Authentication Scheme for 10-GHz Quantum Key Distribution Systems]]>63851015108711<![CDATA[Reinforcement Learning in Energy Trading Game Among Smart Microgrids]]>a priori available and the strategy chosen by each microgrid is private to opponents, even trading partners. This paper proposes a new energy trading framework based on the repeated game that enables each microgrid to individually and randomly choose a strategy with probability to trade the energy in an independent market so as to maximize his/her average revenue. By establishing the relationship between the average utility maximization and the best strategy, two learning-automaton-based algorithms are developed for seeking the Nash equilibria to accommodate the variety of situations. The novelty of the proposed algorithms is related to the incorporation of a normalization procedure into the classical linear reward–inaction scheme to provide a possibility to operate any bounded utility of a stochastic character. Finally, a numerical example is given to demonstrate the effectiveness of the algorithms.]]>638510951191261<![CDATA[<inline-formula> <img src="/images/tex/387.gif" alt="p"> </inline-formula>-Laplacian Regularized Sparse Coding for Human Activity Recognition]]> -Laplacian regularized sparse coding (pLSC). The proposed method exploits -Laplacian regularization to preserve the local geometry. The -Laplacian is a nonlinear generalization of standard graph Laplacian and has tighter isoperimetric inequality. As a result, pLSC provides superior theoretical evidence than standard Laplacian regularized sparse coding with a proper . We also provide a fast iterative shrinkage-thresholding algorithm for the optimization of pLSC. Finally, we input the sparse codes learned by the pLSC algorithm into support vector machines and conduct extensive experiments on the unstructured social activity attribute dataset and human motion database (HMDB51) for human activity recognition. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed pLSC algorithm outperforms the manifold regularized sparse coding algorithms including the standard Laplacian regularized sparse coding algorithm with a proper .]]>63851205129674<![CDATA[Predictive Control in Power Converters and Electrical Drives—Part III]]>63851305132258<![CDATA[Real-Time Multi-Rate Predictive Cascade Speed Control of Synchronous Machines in Automotive Electrical Traction Drives]]>638513351421478<![CDATA[Validation of a Modified Direct-Self-Control Strategy for PMSM in Railway-Traction Applications]]>638514351556255<![CDATA[PMSM Model Predictive Control With Field-Weakening Implementation]]>638515651661425<![CDATA[Development of a Constant Switching Frequency Deadbeat Predictive Control Technique for Field-Oriented Synchronous Permanent-Magnet Motor Drive]]>63851675175755<![CDATA[Hierarchical Scaled-States Direct Predictive Control of Synchronous Reluctance Motor Drives]]>638517651851278<![CDATA[Low-Complexity Model Predictive Direct Power Control for DFIG Under Both Balanced and Unbalanced Grid Conditions]]>638518651962444<![CDATA[An Improved Model Predictive Control Scheme for the PWM Rectifier-Inverter System Based on Power-Balancing Mechanism]]>638519752081756<![CDATA[Prediction of the Average Value of State Variables for Modulated Power Converters Considering the Modulation and Measuring Method]]>638520952201407<![CDATA[A Novel Predictive Direct Torque Controller for Induction Motor Drives]]>638522152301342<![CDATA[Fast Model Predictive Control for Multilevel Cascaded H-Bridge STATCOM With Polynomial Computation Time]]>638523152431700<![CDATA[Predictive Harmonic Control and Its Optimal Digital Implementation for MMC-Based Active Power Filter]]>638524452542380<![CDATA[Model Predictive Control for Three-Level Four-Leg Flying Capacitor Converter Operating as Shunt Active Power Filter]]>638525552622806<![CDATA[Heuristic Model Predictive Modulation for High-Power Cascaded Multilevel Converters]]>638526352755398<![CDATA[Predictive Direct Angle Control of Induction Motor]]>638527652842005<![CDATA[A Predictive Capacitor Voltage Control of a Hybrid Cascaded Multilevel Inverter With a Single DC-Link and Reduced Common-Mode Voltage Operation]]> ) and reduced CMV switching frequency using the new space-vector pulsewidth modulation (SVPWM) presented herein. As a result, the linear modulation range is increased to 96% as compared to 86% for zero CMV operation. Simulation and experimental results are presented for the inverter topology for various steady state and transient operating conditions by running an induction motor drive with open loop control scheme.]]>638528552923605<![CDATA[Direct Model-Predictive Control With Variable Commutation Instant: Application to a Parallel Multicell Converter]]>638529353001205<![CDATA[A Voltage-Level-Based Model Predictive Control of Modular Multilevel Converter]]>638530153121965<![CDATA[IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Information]]>638C3C348<![CDATA[Information for Authors]]>638C4C457