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TOC Alert for Publication# 60 2018March 15<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>331C1C4125<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion publication information]]>331C2C258<![CDATA[Coordinated Control Strategies for Fuel Cell Power Plant in a Microgrid]]>331192041<![CDATA[Sizing of IPM Generator for a Single Point Absorber Type Wave Energy Converter]]>$2.5%$ efficiency increase, which means an increment of approximately 1000 € in the investment cost. Despite the higher investment cost, the LCC of the WEC generator decreases from 8070 € to 6450 €, due to the lower losses.]]>33110191811<![CDATA[High-Precision Parameter Identification of High-Speed Magnetic Suspension Motor]]>33120314361<![CDATA[Analytical Algorithm of Calculating Circulating Currents Between the Strands of Stator Winding Bars of Large Turbo-Generators Considering the Air Gap Magnetic Field Entering Stator Slots]]>33132391880<![CDATA[Design and Performance of a Segmented Stator Permanent Magnet Alternator for Aerospace]]>33140481117<![CDATA[Torsional Shear Stress Minimization Techniques and Implications on Electromagnetic Performance of Flux-Modulated Double Rotors]]>$61.7%$ to $87.2%$ at the cost of $2.6%$ to $3.2%$ lower pull-out torque. Possible shear stress reduction with the design of bridged modulators is investigated. Increase in pole number is shown to increase localized stress levels in bridged modulators. Electromagnetic simulations show that for a given FMDR specification, the highest pull-out torque is at an optimal pole number. The tradeoff between FMDR weight, losses, and shear stress are discussed. A scaled-size prototype FMDR with a bridged modulator is constructed. The FMDR is tested and is shown to achieve comparable results with the FE simulations. At field intensity levels above 600 kA/m in the periphery, the FMDR achieves reduced pull-out torque $28.7%$ lower in comparison with three-dimensional simulations. The losses at different load levels of the FMDR are also compared with experimental and FE simulation result and are shown to confirm the FE simulation results.]]>33149581490<![CDATA[Testing of Active Rectification Topologies on a Six-Phase Rotating Brushless Outer Pole PM Exciter]]>33159672496<![CDATA[Slotting Saliency Extraction For Sensorless Torque Control of Standard Induction Machines]]>33168774960<![CDATA[Optimal Winding Configuration of Bearingless Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Motor With Stacked Structure]]>33178861286<![CDATA[Fault-Tolerant Sensorless Control of a Five-Phase FTFSCW-IPM Motor Based on a Wide-Speed Strong-Robustness Sliding Mode Observer]]>33187953602<![CDATA[A Functional Observer Based Dynamic State Estimation Technique for Grid Connected Solid Oxide Fuel Cells]]>331961051739<![CDATA[A New Detection Coil Capable of Performing Online Diagnosis of Excitation Winding Short-Circuits in Steam-Turbine Generators]]>3311061151415<![CDATA[VSC-Based Active Synchronizer for Generators]]>3311161251722<![CDATA[Principle and Stability Analysis of an Improved Self-Sensing Control Strategy for Surface-Mounted PMSM Drives Using Second-Order Generalized Integrators]]>d–q axes current regulators are studied. The system stabilities of the proposed and existing HF pulsating current injection-based self-sensing control strategies are comparatively analyzed considering the current control error and some other aspects. The experimental results demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed strategy by a surface-mounted PMSM vector controlled system.]]>3311261361521<![CDATA[Field Validation of a Standard Type 3 Wind Turbine Model for Power System Stability, According to the Requirements Imposed by IEC 61400-27-1]]>Gamesa . Furthermore, the validation guidelines recently issued by IEC 61400-27-1 have been implemented, and the most important validation errors have been analyzed.]]>3311371451149<![CDATA[Advanced Dynamic Modeling of Three-Phase Mutually Coupled Switched Reluctance Machine]]>$dq$ reference system that can consider saturation, cross-coupling, and spatial harmonics. Different topologies and their operating principles are investigated and an idealized $dq$-model considering the inductance harmonics is derived. A dynamic model is built based on flux-current lookup tables (LUTs) obtained from finite element analysis (FEA). A simplified method to inverse the two-dimensional LUTs is proposed. A fast computation approach is used to reduce the number of FEA simulations and calculation time to obtain the LUTs. Motor dynamic performances at different speeds are simulated by using the proposed dynamic model and the results are investigated and verified by FEA. The motor dynamic behavior can be accurately obtained in a short simulation time by using the proposed approach. Experiments are carried out on a 12/8 MCSRM, showing good accuracy of the proposed model.]]>3311461542199<![CDATA[State-Space Modeling, Analysis, and Distributed Secondary Frequency Control of Isolated Microgrids]]>3311551651720<![CDATA[Effects of Winding Connection on Performance of a Six-Phase Switched Reluctance Machine]]>3311661783311<![CDATA[Robust Predictive Control for Direct-Driven Surface-Mounted Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Generators Without Mechanical Sensors]]>3311791893346<![CDATA[Interturn Short Fault Diagnosis in a PMSM by Voltage and Current Residual Analysis With the Faulty Winding Model]]>3311901981312<![CDATA[Electromagnetic Performance Analysis of Interior PM Machines for Electric Vehicle Applications]]>d- and q-axis inductances, saliency ratio, and iron loss of three machines are analyzed and compared. It is demonstrated that the ∇ shape IPM machines have the highest average torque, and the torque ripples of the V shape and ∇ shape machines are almost the same. The ∇ + U shape IPM machine has the lowest torque ripple and iron loss with only a little reduction of average torque. Finally, the ∇ + U shape IPM machine is prototyped to verify the results of the FE analysis.]]>3311992081644<![CDATA[Stalling-Free Control Strategies for Oscillating-Water-Column-Based Wave Power Generation Plants]]>3312092222016<![CDATA[An Optimum Design for a DC-Based DFIG System by Regulating Gearbox Ratio]]>331223231892<![CDATA[High-Order Sliding Mode Observer Based OER Control for PEM Fuel Cell Air-Feed System]]>3312322441240<![CDATA[Additional Losses of Electrical Machines Under Torsional Vibration]]>3312452511030<![CDATA[Analytical Prediction of No-Load Stator Iron Losses in Spoke-Type Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines]]>3312522591118<![CDATA[Stable and Optimal Load Sharing of Multiple PMSGs in an Islanded DC Microgrid]]>3312602711644<![CDATA[Vibroacoustic Characterization of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Powertrain for Electric Vehicles]]>3312722802206<![CDATA[Computational-Time Reduction of Fourier-Based Analytical Models]]>3312812891310<![CDATA[Design Optimization With Multiphysics Analysis on External Rotor Permanent Magnet-Assisted Synchronous Reluctance Motors]]>3312902981048<![CDATA[Analysis of Stator Internal Phase-to-Phase Short Circuit in the 12-Phase Synchronous Generator With Rectifier-Load System]]>3312993112082<![CDATA[Domain of Stability Characterization for Hybrid Microgrids Considering Different Power Sharing Conditions]]>3313123231861<![CDATA[Experimental Evaluation for Core Loss Reduction of a Consequent-Pole Bearingless Disk Motor Using Soft Magnetic Composites]]>3313243322757<![CDATA[Torque Ripple Reduction of IPMSM Applying Asymmetric Rotor Shape Under Certain Load Condition]]>3313333401020<![CDATA[Generalized Parametric Average-Value Model of Line-Commutated Rectifiers Considering AC Harmonics With Variable Frequency Operation]]>3313413533061<![CDATA[Novel Rotor Design for Single-Phase Flux Switching Motor]]>3313543611292<![CDATA[Magnetic-Coupling Characteristics Investigation of a Dual-Rotor Fault-Tolerant PMSM]]>3313623722598<![CDATA[Analytical 2-D Model of Slotted Brushless Machines With Cubic Spoke-Type Permanent Magnets]]>3313733821178<![CDATA[Combined Star-Delta Winding Analysis]]>3313833941173<![CDATA[Direct Power Control of DFIG System Without Phase-Locked Loop Under Unbalanced and Harmonically Distorted Voltage]]>3313954051751<![CDATA[Design of Computational Experiment for Performance Optimization of a Switched Reluctance Generator in Wind Systems]]>3314064192640<![CDATA[Design and Development of Low Torque Ripple Variable-Speed Drive System With Six-Phase Switched Reluctance Motors]]>3314204293154<![CDATA[Dynamic Performance of Pumping Mode of 250 MW Variable Speed Hydro-Generating Unit Subjected to Power and Control Circuit Faults]]>3314304411918<![CDATA[A Quadratic-Programming Approach to the Design Optimization of Fractional-Slot Concentrated Windings for Surface Permanent-Magnet Machines]]>331442452884<![CDATA[Erratum to "Mitigation of Turn-to-Turn Faults in Fault Tolerant Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors" [Jun 15 465-475]]]>33145345322<![CDATA[Introducing the IEEE PES Resource Center]]>331454454494<![CDATA[Scholarship Plus Initiative]]>331455455632<![CDATA[Introducing IEEE Collabratec]]>3314564561855<![CDATA[IEEE Power Engineering Society information for authors]]>331C3C353