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Stefan cel Mare
University of Suceava
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science
13, Universitatii Street
Suceava - 720229

Print ISSN: 1582-7445
Online ISSN: 1844-7600
WorldCat: 643243560
doi: 10.4316/AECE


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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 4
... 66-75, 2005. REFERENCES [20] Z.P. Wang, Y.G. Zhang, J.F. Zhang, and J. Ma, "Recent research process in fault analysis of complex electric power systems," [1] I.A. Letia and A. Marginean, "Client provider collaboration for Advances in Electrical and Computer ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 4
... by the target cell libraries width(ns) 0.215 0.219 0.206 0.074 m0 m1 Fault type '0' '0' '0' '0' and the types of logic ... denote a region of the driving power for the individual logic gate. The propagation faulty site (typically, the drain area of the MOSFET) of gate delay ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 3
... in Table I, are considered. There are no faults during the operating. Figure 5. Phase portrait ... Microgrid and its basic equations are Besides that, a fault of an inverter does not cause a collapse described ... . The model includes the most Stability Characterization Subsequent to Fault-Triggered Islanding important dynamics. The no-linear model can find ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 3
... with less or even no need for the consideration of speech envelope is extracted to estimate a coarse time delay its geometry and location information; it has a certain fault first, and then the accurate time delay is searched for within tolerance, i.e. the failure of the individual microphone will a certain range near the coarse ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 3
... identify massive simulation experiments have fully proven that the system faults. fault identification can be performed successfully by Index ... Computer Engineering Volume 13, Number 3, 2013 New Fault Discrimination under the Influence of Rayleigh Noise Yagang ZHANG ... and seeking after for the uniform laws of category and non-fault category will be explored. In the electrical quantities ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 3
... in the Linux kernel is Scheduler (CFS) [18-19]. The general Linux kernel as its an integer number between 0 to 139. The priority number default scheduler employs this scheduler. Thus, it is also from 0 to 99 are reserved for real-time class tasks. Tasks used in OSs for PCs and even ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 2
... can substitute another consideration of the abnormal comportments and the faults failed equipment or element, one can speak about ... uses converters must be realized by using high reliability the fault tree method. Based on the symptoms observed in ... ", Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering Topology With Fault-Tolerant Ability", IEEE Trans. Power Volume 12 ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 2
... of cryptographic algorithms [17]. Further then the transmitter can send up to 50 blocks per second. on, some solutions incorporate a very complicated With a default block size of 512 bytes, the transfer rate is authentication system that uses a time synchronization bounded to 25 kB/s [1 ][ 10] ...
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Year: 2013, Volume: 13, Number: 1
... . However, the weak at this situation. Therefore small error in the difference between the results begins to increase along with calibration of the torque transducer can cause faulty in the the increase of the current value. In FE simulations, B-H measurements, especially at low torque conditions. 79 Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering ...
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Year: 2012, Volume: 12, Number: 4
... many times assumed in three-phase power systems. In tested during the cold war, they can estimate a parameter of reality, most voltage dips occur due to unbalanced faults, interest one-step-ahead based on the previously observed which introduce different values of voltage for each phase values. Two filters are implemented. Their performance is and phase ...
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