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Call number:TK3001.K56 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Power system stability.
Author(s): Edward Wilson Kimbark 1902-
Publisher:Dover Publications, New York
Keywords: Electric power system stability.
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Title:Nonlinear Power Flow Control Design [electronic resource] : Utilizing Exergy, Entropy, Static and Dynamic Stability, and Lyapunov Analysis
Author(s): Rush D Robinett III
David G Wilson
Publisher:London : Springer London
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Note:Nonlinear Powerflow Control Design presents an innovative control system design process motivated by renewable energy electric grid integration problems. The concepts developed result from the convergence of three research anddevelopment goals: to c reate a unifying metric to compare the value of different energy sources coal-burning power plant, wind turbines, solar photovoltaics, etc. to be integrated into the electric power grid and to replacethe typical metric of costs/profit to develop a new nonlinear control tool that applies power flow control, thermodynamics, and complex adaptive systems theory to the energy grid in a consistent way and to apply collectiverobotics theories to the creation of high-performance teams of people and key indivi duals in order to account for human factors in controlling and selling power into a distributed, decentralized electric power grid. All three of thesegoals have important concepts in common: exergy flow, limit cycles, and balance between competing power f lows. In place of the typical zero-sum, stability vs. performance, linear controller design process, the authors propose a uniqueset of criteria to design controllers for a class of nonlinear systems with respect to both performance and stability, and sea mlessly integrating information theoretic concepts. A combination of thermodynamics with Hamiltonian systemsprovides the theoretical foundation which is then realized in a series of connected case studies. It allows the process of control design to be vie wed as a power flow control problem, balancing the power flowing into a system againstthat being dissipated within it and dependent on the power being stored in it an interplay between kinetic and potential energies. Highlights of several of the case stu dies feature current renewable energy problems such as thefuture of electric power grid control, wind turbine load alleviation, and novel control designs for micro-grids that incorpo
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Contents:Part I: Theory
Advanced Control Design
Part II: Applications: Case Studies
Case Study 1: Control Design Issues
Case Study2: Collective Plume Tracing: A Minimal Information Approach to Collective Control
Case Study 3: Nonlinear Aeroelasticity
Case Study 4: Fundamental Power Engineering
Case Study#5: Renewable Energy Microgrid Design
Case Study 6: Robotic Manipulator Design and Control
Case Study 7: Satellite Rendezvous and Docking Control
Case Study 8: Other
Part III: Advanced Topics
Sustainability o
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Series:Understanding Complex Systems, 1860-0832
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Engineering , Telecommunication , Production of electric energy or power , Renewable energy sources
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Call number:SPRINGER-1994-9783709193525:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Few-Body Problems in Physics ’93 Proceedings of the XIVth European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 23–27, 1993
Size:1 online resource (486 p.)
Contents:Session 1 -- Baryon-baryon interactions -- Precise measurements of spin observables in nucleon-nucleon scattering -- Session 2 -- Production of antihyperon-hyperon pairs at LEAR -- Antiproton-proton partial-wave analysis below 925
MeV/c -- Session 3 -- Spin observables and annihilation in antiproton-proton reactions -- The nucleon-nucleon interaction and violation of fundamental symmetries -- Status of the Virginia Tech Partial-Wave Analyses -- Session 4 --
Periodic orbits and recurrences: an introduction and review -- Nuclear aspects of few-baryon physics -- Session 5 -- Electromagnetic form factors of two-nucleon and three-nucleon bound states -- Electron scattering with polarized 3He
targets -- Reactions of polarised electrons on D and 3He -- Session 6 -- Electron scattering from polarised deuterium at VEPP-3 -- Results of (e,e’x) studies on 4He -- Separation of electromagnetic response functions of few-body nuclei
in (e,e’p) reactions -- Session 7 -- A Simultaneous measurement of the (?,n) and (?,p) reactions in 4He -- Electrodisintegration of the deuteron -- Exclusive electron scattering from deuterium at high Q2 -- Session 8 -- Recent advances
in the quantum theory of chemical reaction rates 2 -- Proton-deuteron break-up including Coulomb effects -- Session 9 -- Structure and fragmentation of few-body atomic systems -- Recent developments on the four-nucleon frontier --
Photo-induced reactions on 4He -- Session 10 -- Nuclear transitions in muonic molecules -- Theory of formation and decay of metastable states of hadronic helium atoms -- Signature of a narrow ?NN-resonance in the energy dependence of
the pionic double charge exchange -- Exotic dibaryons correlated with experiment -- Alpha-particle binding energies for realistic nucleon-nucleon interactions -- Session 11 -- Recent results from the nucleon-nucleon program at SATURNE
II -- Measurement of the np?pp?- at 443 MeV -- A gauge invariant unitary theory for pion photoproduction -- The ?d??r0d and ?d?pn reactions in the ?-resonance region -- Final-state interaction effects in the coupled-channel NN-N?
approach of the ?NN System -- Session 12 -- Cross section and analyzing power A y in the proton induced deuteron breakup reaction at 65 MeV -- Meson production near threshold via the reaction p+d?3He+X -- Influence of isobars on
deuteron electric stucture function A(q2) -- Tensor and vector analyzing powers in the reaction 2H(e,e’p) -- Outgoing nucleon polarization in exclusive deuteron electrodisintegration -- Trinucleon threshold electrodisintegration --
Session 13 -- Solving Faddeev equations in the interaction domain -- Cluster-dynamical treatment of three-nucleon forces -- Variational calculations for scattering states in few-nucleon systems -- Relativistic meson spectroscopy in
momentum space -- Relativistic two-body bound-state calculations beyond the ladder approximation -- A relativistic constituent quark model -- Session 14 -- Convolution approach to the ?NN system -- Pionic hydrogen and the low energy
?N-interaction -- The E2/M1 mixing ratio in the excitation of the ? from polarized photo-reactions -- Session 15 -- Pion photoproduction on the nucleon and light nuclei -- Pion absorption in tritium and helium -- Session 16 -- Monte
Carlo studies of light nuclei: structure and response -- Numerical methods in configuration-space A=3,4 bound-state and scattering calculations -- Hyperspherical approach to ultra-precise nonvariational calculations in the few-body
problem -- Session 17 -- The role of two-body interactions in the description of few and many-nucleon systems -- Stability of Hierarchical Triple Stars -- Session 18 -- Relativistic quasipotential approaches and electromagnetic form
factors of the deuteron -- Relativistic effects in $$q\bar q$$ systems -- Charmonium spectroscopy with antiprotons -- Session 19 -- Quarks in few hadron systems -- Pions and neutrinos as probes of the nucleon and nuclear few-body
systems -- Session 20 -- Spin-structure function of the neutron (3He): SLAC results -- The spin-dependent structure function of the deuteron -- Inclusive quasielastic and deep inelastic scattering of polarized electrons by polarized
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Series:Few-Body Systems, Supplementum: 7
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9781461204435:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Modeling, Estimation and Control of Systems with Uncertainty Proceedings of a Conference held in Sopron, Hungary, September 1990
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Contents:Feedback Controls for Uncertain Systems -- Inner-unstable Factorization of Stable Rational Transfer Functions -- Some Remarks on Multivariable Adaptive Control with Least Squares Parameter Estimates -- Stable, Unstable and Center
Manifolds for Fast Filtering Algorithms -- Stabilization of Uncertain Linear Systems -- Identification of Linear Systems From Noisy Data -- Adaptive Control of a Partially Observable Stochastic System -- Characterization and
Classification of Gaussian Second Order Reciprocal Processes -- On Balancing and Hankel Operators -- System Identification from an Arbitrary Observed Impulse Response -- Assessing Model Quality from Data -- Stable Graphs of
Multi-functions in Conflict Controlled Systems -- On Optimal Control of Singularly Perturbed Stochastic Differential Equations -- Describing Uncertainty in Dynamical Systems by Uncertain Restrictions -- Controller and Observer Design
for Cubic Systems -- On the Separation Principle in Guaranteed Control -- Robust Stability of Linear Dynamic Systems -- The Problem of Control Synthesis for Uncertain Systems: Ellipsoidal Techniques -- Aircraft Control for Flight in an
Uncertain Environment: Takeoff in Windshear -- Analysis of Infinite Dimensional Dynamic Systems with Nonlinear Observation Over a Finite Field -- Limit Behaviour of Attainable and Superattainable Sets -- On Free Energy, Stochastic
Control and Schrödinger Processes -- The Properties of Continuity and Differentiation of Solution Sets of Lischetzean Differential Inclusions -- Target Problems and Viability Kernels -- Nearly Optimal Controls for Partially Observable
Problems with the Average Cost Criterion -- On Discontinuous Optimal Control -- RELGAS -- On Construction of Asymptotically Optimal Strategies in Estimation Problem for Controlled Systems -- A Model for Pricing Interruptible Electric
Power Service -- For Which Control Objectives Tuning Hold? -- Approximate Modeling by Means of Orthonormal Functions
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Series:Progress in Systems and Control Theory : 10
Keywords: Science , Science, general , Science, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-1988-9781461310198:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Dynamics of Ordering Processes in Condensed Matter
Size:1 online resource (574 p.)
Contents:Introductory Remarks -- A Historical Perspective Dedicated to John E. Hilliard -- I - Theoretical -- Al. Atom Migration Dynamics in Crystals -- A2. Thermodynamic Formalism for a Critical Nucleus in Condensation from Vapor -- A3.
Scaling and CAM Theory in Far-From-Equilibrium Systems -- A4. The Crystal Growth Kinetics in The Cluster Approximation -- Bl. Some Problems Related to Scaling in Systems Undergoing Phase Separations -- B2. Growth Kinetics Problems and
The Renormalization Group -- B3. Growth Process of Order Parameter Block Spin Analysis -- B4. Statistical Physics Theory of Ostwald Ripening -- CI. On Volume Phase Transition in Gels -- C2. Morphology Dynamics of Polymer Blends and
Block Copolymer Melts -- Dl. Towards a Theory of Interfacial Pattern Formation -- D2. Pattern Formation of Snow Crystals Simulation of Development of Facets by Means of Boundary Element Method -- II - Numerical Simulation -- El.
Numerical Simulation Studies of The Kinetics of First Order Phase Transitions -- E2. Monte Carlo Simulation of Modulated Phases -- E3. Vertex Dynamics of Two Dimensional Domain Growth -- E4. Ordering Process in a Quenched Tricritical
System -- E5. Temperature-Dependence and Crossover Effects in Domain-Growth Kinetics -- E6. Order-Disorder Transitions in Hexagonal Binary Alloys A Monte Carlo Analysis -- E7. PC-Visualization of Phase Transitions in Alloys Kinetics of
Ordering with Phase Separation -- Fl. Transient Reversible Growth and Percolation During Phase Separation -- F2. Statistics of Random Pattern Curvature, Percolation and Others -- Gl. Molecular Dynamics of Vortex-Points in The Growth
Process of a Quenched Complex Field -- G2. Lattice Simulation of Interface Dynamics in Eutectic Solidification -- III - Experimental: Solid -- HI. Phase Decomposition in Al-Zn Alloys -- H2. Experimental Studies of Ordering and
Decomposition Processes in Alloys -- H3. Microstructural Patterns and Kinetics of Phase Separation in Binary and Ternary Metallic Systems -- H4• Kinetics of Phase Separation Along Stable Trajectories -- H5. Effect of Spatial
Correlation of Particles on Ostwald Ripening -- H6. The Kinetics of Spinodal Decomposition in Mn67Cu33 -- H7. Dynamical Scaling in a Ni-Si Alloy Undergoing Phase Separation -- H8. Volume Fraction Dependence of the Structure Function in
Binary Systems undergoing Phase Separation -- H9. Kinetics of Ordering and Cluster Stability: Non Diffusive Transformation in a Glassy Crystal -- I1. Cluster Shape Changes During Low Temperature Annealing -- I2. Dynamical Structure
Change During Reversion in Al-Zn Alloys -- I3. The Very Early Stage of Phase Separation Process in Al-Li Alloys Studied by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering -- Jl. Precipitate Coarsening Under the Influence of Elastic Energy in Ni-base
Alloys -- Kl. Oscillatory Behavior of Solute Concentration During Precipitation in an Al-1.14 at % Si Alloy Under the Influence of Electric Current -- LI. Antiphase Boundary Migration and Domain Coarsening in Bulk and Thin-foil Fe-Al
Specimens -- L2. The Remarkable Incubation Time on the Order-Disorder Phase Transition of Mg3In -- L3. Dynamics of Ordering with Phase Separation in Iron-Silicon Alloys -- L4. Dynamical Scaling in The Kinetics of Phase Separation and
Order-Disorder Transition -- L5. Time Resolved X-Ray Scattering Study of the Ordering Kinetics in Thin Films of Cu3Au -- L6. Quenching and the Ordering Process of Dipole Moments in K2Ba(No2)4 -- L7. Soft Acoustic Modes and The Forming
Process of the Ferroelastic Domains in KD3(SeO3)2 -- L8. Glass Like Nature of Magnetic Ordering in MCl2 -GICs -- L9. Time Evolution of the Misfit Parameter in K2ZnCl4 -- IV - Experimental: Fluid -- Ml. Phase Separation in Porous Media
-- M2. Phase Separation in Fluids in the Absence of Gravity Effects -- M3. Growth of a Droplet Pattern (Breath Figures) on a Surface -- M4. Dynamics of Interfaces and Self-Similarity -- Nl. Ordering Dynamics of Polymer Mixtures at
Phase Transition -- N2. Dynamics of Concentration Fluctuation on Both Sides of Phase Boundary -- N3. Small Angle Scattering Experiments of Neutrons for the Polymer Blend PVME/d-PS -- N4. Mechanism and Kinetics of Phase Separation of a
Semi-rigid and Flexible Polymer Mixture -- N5. Transition of Linear Polymer Dimension From Theta to Collapsed Regime -- N6. Dynamics of Phase Transition in Polymer Gels: Studies of Spinodal Decomposition and Pattern Formation -- V —
Other Topics : Theoretical -- O1. Stochastic Approach to the Dynamics of Patterns in Condenced Matter by Scaling Expansion Method -- O2. Pattern Formation in Migration Processes -- O3. Dynamics of Interface Described by Generalized
Random Walks -- PI. Patterns in the Protein Motions Through The Biomembrane -- Ql. ASgigzree gDaitsitorni buStyisotne m With a Source Prefers a Power Law -- Q2. One-Dimensional Aggregation of Anisotropic Particles in an External Field
-- VI — Other Topics : Experimental -- Rl. Incommensurate-Commensurate Transition in the Long Period Superlattice in Ag-Mg Alloys -- R2. TEM Observation of Pattern Formation in the Incommensurate Phase of Quartz -- R3.
Incommensurate-Commensurate Transition in 2H-TaSe2 -- SI. Ultrasonic Studies on Pseudo-Critical Dynamics and Pseudo-Dynamical Scaling -- Tl. Neutron and X-ray Studies on Time Evolution of the Ordered Multi-Lamellar Phase in Aqueous
Solution of Dipalmitoyl-Phosphatidylcholine -- Ul. Neutron Study on Growth Process of Oxygen Precipitates in Czochralski-Grown Silicon Crystals -- Concluding Remarks -- Symposium Participants -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Materials science , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
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