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S. Islam – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Harmonic mitigation in wind turbine energy conversion systems
    2006 37th IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2006
    Co-Authors: F. Dos S Reis, S. Islam, F. D. Adegas, R. Tonkoski

    Abstract:

    Permanent magnet synchronous generators (PMSG applied to wind energy conversion system (WECS) using Variable speed operation is being used more frequently i wind turbine Application. Variable speed systems have several advantages over the traditional method of operating win turbines, such as the reduction of mechanical stress and a increase in energy capture. To allow the Variable speed operation of the PMSG WECS a conventional three-phase bridge rectifier (BR) with a bulky capacitor associated with voltage source current controlled inverter (VS-CCI) is used This simple scheme introduces a high intensity low frequency current harmonic content into the PMSG and consequently increases the total loses in it. Subsequently, decreases the power capability of the system. This paper presents comparative simulation study between three different approaches applied to harmonic mitigation in PMSG WECS The studied techniques are: a) harmonic trap filters (HTF), b single-switch three-phase boost rectifier (PFC) and c) a three phase boost type PWM rectifier (PWMREC).

  • Effect of loss modeling on optimum operation of wind turbine energy conversion systems
    2005 International Power Engineering Conference, 2005
    Co-Authors: S. Islam

    Abstract:

    Permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) wind energy converters system (WECS) with Variable speed operation is being used more frequently in the wind turbine Application. Variable speed systems have several advantages over the traditional method of operating wind turbines, such as the reduction of mechanical stress and increase in energy capture. To fully exploit the last mentioned advantage, this paper proposes a simple new sensor-less maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control scheme for PMSG WECS and show the optimum operating points of the PMSG for true maximum output power is not necessarily operating at maximum power coefficient (Cp) value. This is to propose a controller with minimal losses as well as optimum power extraction

  • 86. Optimum Operation of Wind Turbine Energy Conversion System on Effect of Loss Modelling on the Permanent Magnet Generators
    Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, 2004
    Co-Authors: S. Islam

    Abstract:

    Permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) wind energy converters system (WECS) with Variable speed operation is being used more frequently in the wind turbine Application. Variable speed systems have several advantages over the traditional method of operating wind turbines, such as the reduction of mechanical stress and increase in energy capture. To fully exploit the last mentioned advantage; this paper proposes a simple new sensor-less maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control scheme far PMSG WECS and show the optimum operating points of the PMSG for true maximum output power is not necessarily operating at maximum power coefficient (Cp) value. This is to propose a controller with minimal losses as well as optimum power extraction.

Maria Erlinda M. Mutuc – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Impact Assessment of Bt Corn Adoption in the Philippines
    Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2012
    Co-Authors: Maria Erlinda M. Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, Jose M. Yorobe

    Abstract:

    This article examines the impact of Bt corn adoption in the Philippines using an econometric approach that addresses simultaneity, selection, and censoring problems. Although previous literature emphasizes the importance of simultaneity and selection problems, this is the first study that addresses the issue of censoring in estimating the effects of Bt corn adoption at the farm in a developing country context. We show that Bt corn adoption provides modest but statistically significant increases in farm yields and profits. Furthermore, our results provide some evidence of inference errors that can potentially arise when censoring in the pesticide Application Variable is ignored in the estimation procedures.

  • Farm Level Impacts of Bt Corn Adoption in a Developing Country: Evidence from the Philippines
    , 2007
    Co-Authors: Maria Erlinda M. Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, M.

    Abstract:

    This article examines the ex post farm-level impacts of Bt corn adoption in the Philippines. Using an econometric approach that addresses simultaneity, selection, and censoring problems, we show that Bt corn adoption provides modest but statistically significant increases in farm-level yields and profits. Furthermore, our results suggest that farm-level yield and profit impacts of Bt corn adoption are underestimated when censoring in the pesticide Application Variable is not considered in the estimation procedures. Previous literature have emphasized the importance of simultaneity and selection problems but this is the first study that have raised the issue of censoring problems in estimating the farm-level effects of Bt corn adoption.

M. – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Farm Level Impacts of Bt Corn Adoption in a Developing Country: Evidence from the Philippines
    , 2007
    Co-Authors: Maria Erlinda M. Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, M.

    Abstract:

    This article examines the ex post farm-level impacts of Bt corn adoption in the Philippines. Using an econometric approach that addresses simultaneity, selection, and censoring problems, we show that Bt corn adoption provides modest but statistically significant increases in farm-level yields and profits. Furthermore, our results suggest that farm-level yield and profit impacts of Bt corn adoption are underestimated when censoring in the pesticide Application Variable is not considered in the estimation procedures. Previous literature have emphasized the importance of simultaneity and selection problems but this is the first study that have raised the issue of censoring problems in estimating the farm-level effects of Bt corn adoption.