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TOC Alert for Publication# 60 2016August 29<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>313C1C4157<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion publication information]]>313C2C257<![CDATA[Implementation and Stability Study of Dynamic Droop in Islanded Microgrids]]>3138218321133<![CDATA[Coordinated Microgrid Frequency Regulation Based on DFIG Variable Coefficient Using Virtual Inertia and Primary Frequency Control]]>3138338452121<![CDATA[New Flying-Capacitor-Based Multilevel Converter With Optimized Number of Switches and Capacitors for Renewable Energy Integration]]>3138468592575<![CDATA[A Nine-Phase 18-Slot 14-Pole Interior Permanent Magnet Machine With Low Space Harmonics for Electric Vehicle Applications]]>3138608711709<![CDATA[Using Multiple Reference Frame Theory for Considering Harmonics in Average-Value Modeling of Diode Rectifiers]]>3138728811119<![CDATA[Game-Theoretic Control of Active Loads in DC Microgrids]]>3138828951307<![CDATA[Design of a High-Performance Multi-Air Gap Linear Actuator for Aeronautical Applications]]>3).]]>3138969051441<![CDATA[Variable Frequency Transformer Configuration for Decoupled Active-Reactive Powers Transfer Control]]>3139069141334<![CDATA[Analysis and Improvement of a Hybrid Permanent-Magnet Memory Motor]]>q-axis current may cause irreversible demagnetization in the LCF magnets, especially in the AlNiCo magnets. To solve the problems, an improved rotor topology with magnetic barriers is designed and considering that the demagnetization curve of ferrite magnets is mostly linear, ferrite magnets are used as the LCF magnets in the improved motor. Performance of the improved motor is analyzed and compared with that of the original configuration. Simulation results show that the positive magnetization characteristic of the ferrite magnets is significantly improved and the irreversible demagnetization in the ferrite magnets is avoided under load conditions. A prototype is fabricated and tested, verifying the analysis results.]]>313915923761<![CDATA[On the Accuracy of Fault Detection and Separation in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines Using MCSA/MVSA and LDA]]>3139249342156<![CDATA[Principles of Stator DC Winding Excited Vernier Reluctance Machines]]>3139359461754<![CDATA[Optimal, Combined Speed, and Direct Thrust Control of Linear Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors]]>313947958853<![CDATA[Maximum Reachable Torque, Power and Speed for Five-Phase SPM Machine With Low Armature Reaction]]>dq-axis subspaces) that represent the real five-phase machine is thus calculated for any mechanical speed. For an inverter and a dc voltage sized with only considering the first harmonic of back EMF and current, the problem is solved with changing the virtual machine back EMFs and inductances ratios. With the introduction of the maximum torque/speed point, maximum power/speed point, and maximum reachable speed, it can be shown that, if the inductance ratio is large enough for given Volt–Ampere rating, the machine can produce higher torque without reducing its speed range, thus meaning that the capability of the inverter to work is improved with the use of the third harmonic. This property is all the truer as the base armature reaction is large. A particular five-phase machine is sized and numerically analyzed to check this property.]]>3139599691965<![CDATA[Power Oscillations Damping in DC Microgrids]]>3139709801898<![CDATA[Three-Dimensional Modelling of Demagnetization and Utilization of Poorer Magnet Materials for EV/HEV Applications]]>3139819921246<![CDATA[A New Sensorless Speed Control Scheme for Doubly Fed Reluctance Generators]]>31399310012067<![CDATA[A New Islanding Detection Scheme for Multiple Inverter-Based DG Systems]]>313100210112076<![CDATA[Comparison of Induction and Synchronous Reluctance Machine Based Actuators for Elevated Temperature Environments]]>313101210221416<![CDATA[Power Synchronization Control for Grid-Connected Current-Source Inverter-Based Photovoltaic Systems]]>313102310361483<![CDATA[An Enhanced Power Sharing Scheme for Voltage Unbalance and Harmonics Compensation in an Islanded AC Microgrid]]>313103710502362<![CDATA[Comparison Between Centralized and Decentralized Storage Energy Management for Direct Wave Energy Converter Farm]]>313105110581153<![CDATA[Full Predictive Cascaded Speed and Current Control of an Induction Machine]]>313105910671190<![CDATA[Stable Short-Term Frequency Support Using Adaptive Gains for a DFIG-Based Wind Power Plant]]>313106810791638<![CDATA[DC Bus Voltage Pulsation Suppression of the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator With Asymmetries Accounting for Torque Ripple]]>313108010891739<![CDATA[Effectiveness of Terminal Voltage Distortion Minimization Methods in Fractional Slot Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Machines Considering Local Magnetic Saturation]]>313109010992591<![CDATA[2-D Analytical Model for External Rotor Brushless PM Machines]]>313110011091033<![CDATA[Thermal Management of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle in Cold Weather]]>31311101120976<![CDATA[Modeling and Analysis of a Transverse-Flux Flux-Reversal Motor]]>313112111311019<![CDATA[Design and Analysis of a Brushless Doubly-Fed Induction Machine With Dual-Stator Structure]]>313113211413285<![CDATA[Multirate EMTP-Type Induction Machine Models]]>313114211521038<![CDATA[A Novel Methodology for Optimal Design of Fractional Slot With Concentrated Windings]]>n slots/10 × n poles combination ( n is an integer number). The electromagnetic performances of the optimized winding are investigated and compared with conventional winding topology. It is found that the proposed approach allows the emergence of new windings with higher performances.]]>31311531160629<![CDATA[Reduction of On-Load Terminal Voltage Distortion in Fractional Slot Interior Permanent Magnet Machines]]>313116111693018<![CDATA[Field Validation of IEC 61400-27-1 Wind Generation Type 3 Model With Plant Power Factor Controller]]>313117011781477<![CDATA[Wide Speed Range Operation of Non-Salient PM Machines]]>d-axis current to maximize the speed range of the machine. The machine is operated with two inverters to control the current in the machine winding over the entire speed range. A dq model for the machine is also presented. Analytical, simulated, and experimental results are provided to validate the proposed machine drive system.]]>313117911912385<![CDATA[Investigation of Voltage Distortion in Fractional Slot Interior Permanent Magnet Machines Having Different Slot and Pole Number Combinations]]>N_{s} and rotor pole 2p combinations. The 12-slot/10-pole machine is first employed to show the voltage distortion phenomenon. Using the frozen permeability method, the mechanism is then investigated, which reveals that the variation of armature flux paths due to rotor saliency is the origin of such phenomenon, especially when the current advancing angle approaches 90°. Further, the terminal voltage distortion of the six machines are compared, i.e., (9-slot/8-pole, 9-slot/10-pole), (12-slot/10-pole, 12-slot/14-pole), (12-slot/8-pole), 3/4 (12-slot/16-pole), which shows that the machines with suffer more severe voltage distortion than their counterparts with . In addition, considering the inevitable machine saturation, a design trade-off is proposed by selecting proper combinations to minimize the influence. Finally, prototypes are fabricated and tested to validate the analyses.]]>313119212012491<![CDATA[Indirect Torque and Stator Reactive Power Control of Doubly Fed Induction Machine Connected to Unbalanced Power Network]]>313120212112447<![CDATA[Novel Parallel Hybrid Excited Machines With Separate Stators]]>313121212202141<![CDATA[A New Stray-Load Loss Formula for Small and Medium-Sized Induction Motors]]>313122112271836<![CDATA[Correction to “A PQ Model for Asynchronous Machines Based on Rotor Voltage Calculation”]]>3131228122893<![CDATA[IEEE Power Engineering Society information for authors]]>313C3C353