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AUPEC 2011:

Integrating Renewables into the Grid 25
-
28 Sept


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AUPEC 2011

A
ustralasian
U
niversities
P
ower
E
ngineering
C
onference

Integrating Renewables into the
G
rid 25
-
28 Sept






Theme

A recent challenge to energy delivery has been the growth of renewable in the grid. Wind is
creating issues with scheduling of

conventional plant, photovoltaic installations are
increasing at a great rate and many distribution utilities are having overvoltage problems.
Addressing the security and reliability of the grid while decreasing the CO
2

impact will be a
challenge over the

next few years.


Hosted by the Power Engineering Group at QUT

ISBN
:
978
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1
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921897
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07
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Supported by





SPONSORED BY







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28 Sept


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Message from the Chair


On behalf of the organizing committee, I would like to welcome you all to
Brisbane
.

Brisbane

is a
subtropical
city starting to experience the effects of distribution peak load growth problems and issues with PV systems in
the grid.


It is a great pleasure to host AUPEC'
11
. This has become
a respected

annual

conference in electrical power
engineering i
n Australia, New Zealand and South
-
East

Asia. It is technically sponsored by the Australasian
Committee for Power Engineering

(ACPE). This year we are celebrating the
21st

meeting of AUPEC, which
brings

together both university and industry researchers and

experts in power engineering

while offering a
platform for presentation of original research and educational

development.


The theme of this year's conference is "
Integrating Renewables into the
G
rid

", which is dedicated
to educate and inspire participan
ts to make meaningful

contributions to society by becoming more familiar with
sustainable energy

technologies and systems which is clearly one of the major driving forces in power

engineering. In addition, I believe this conference also serves and directly

addresses

one of the challenging
needs of industry, engineering workforce shortages.


All the presented papers will be made available in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. In

addition, all eligible
papers will be evaluated for the best student papers based
on the

paper reviews and the student presentation.

The
conference will feature
a
internation
ally
-
recognized keynote speaker

in the area of

power engineering

in Power
Dynamics.



Finally, I would like to acknowledge the support provided by the
staff of BEE
Faculty and
sponsorship by the
Australian

Power Institute (API). The conference was also co
-
sponsored by the IEEE
Qld

Chapter

and by
James
Cook University.


My special thanks go to the committee members and

the support team who provided tremendous
help. I

hope
that you will have a chance to make memorable contacts during your time in

Brisbane

and will make time to see
the
South East Qld

region, where you will find long/lovely

beaches and an incredible range of foods and wine
combined
.





Gerard Ledwich

AUPEC20
11

Organising Chair



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Integrating Renewables into the Grid 25
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Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC) 2011

Organising Committee

General Chair

Prof. Gerard Ledwich,

Queensland University of Technology

Technical Chair

Prof Arin
dam

Ghosh,
Queensland University of Technology

Committee

1.

Prof Tapan Saha ,
University of
Queensland

2.

Dr Amanullah Thang Oo,
Central Queensland University

3.

Dr Ahmad Zahedi,
James Cook University


List of reviewers

1.

A. Ghosh,
Queensland University of Technology

2.

G. Ledwich,
Queensland University of Technology

3.

F. Zare,
Queensland University of Technology

4.

E. Palmer,
Queensland University of Technology

5.

L. Perera,
Queensland University of Technology

6.

D. Jayalath,
Queensland University of Technology

7.

S. Nielsen,
Queensland University of Technology

8.

F. Shahnia,
Queensla
nd University of Technology

9.

I. Ziari,
Queensland University of Technology

10.

M. Dewedasa,
Queensland University of Technology

11.

A. Vahidnia,
Queensland University of Technology

12.

T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland

13.

N. Mithulananthan,
University of Queensland

14.

M.
J. Hossain,
University of Queensland

15.

C. Ekanayake,
University of Queensland

16.

O. Krause,
University of Queensland

17.

R. Bansal,
University of Queensland

18.

A. Zahedi
, James Cook University

19.

A. M. T. Oo,
Central Queensland University

20.

M. F. Islam,
Central Queensland
University

21.

G. Holmes,
RMIT University

22.

H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy

23.

K. Muttaqi,
University of Wollongong

24.

L. Meegahapola,
University of Wollongong

25.

M. Negnevitsky,
University of Tasmania

26.

P. Wolfs,
Curtin
University

27.

S. Islam,
Curtin University

28.

M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin University

29.

D. Jayaweera,
Curtin University

30.

R. Zivanovic,
University of Adelaide

31.

T. T. Lie,
Auckland University Technology, New Zealand

32.

R. Rayudu,
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

33.

S. H. Chowdhury,
IUT, Dhaka, Bangladesh

34.

A. Nami,
ABB Corporate Research, Sweden

35.

R. Majumder,
ABB Corporate Research, Sweden

36.

A. Jindal,
Electranix Corporation, Manitoba, Canada

37.

R. Gupta,
MNIT, Allahabad, India

38.

D. Chatterjee,
IIT Kharagpur, India

39.

J. Adabi,
U
niversity of Mazandran, Iran

40.

R. Aghazadeh,
Bechtel Corporation, Brisbane

41.

S. Chakrabarti,
IIT Kanpur, India



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Integrating Renewables into the Grid 25
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28 Sept


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Welcome
Reception

Venue

OJW room, Level 12,

S block
Gardens Point Campus

QUT

(17:00
-
20:00 on Sunday 25
th

September, 2011)



Conference Location:

The conference is held at

Level 4,

S block of QUT Gardens point
campus
.

Dinner Cruise:

The dinner cruise is organised on Tuesday night.
C
ruise boaring time is between
7 and 7:30 pm returning at 9:30 pm. More information about the cruise can be obtained at the
http://www.kookaburrariverqueens.com/regularcruises
.
The directio
ns to the cruise from Conference
location (S block QUT) can be located at

google map link
.

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Integrating Renewables into the Grid 25
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28 Sept


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Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC)
2011

Advance Program





Monday 26 Sept, 2011

Tuesday 27 Sept, 2011

Wednesday 28 Sept, 2011

09:00
-
09:30

Conference Opening (S
-
410)

Technical Sessions

Technical Sessions

9:30
-
10:30

Keynote Speech (S
-
410); Prof. O. P. Malik,
University of Calgary: Canada Smart Grid


Past, Present and Future

T
-
1 (S
-
408): Distribution Systems
-
2

W
-
1 (S
-
408):
Distributed Generation

T
-
2 (S
-
409): Electricity Markets

W
-
2 (S
-
409): Power Electronics

T
-
3 (S
-
413): Power Systems
Computation



10:30
-
11:00

Morning Tea

11:00
-
12:30

Technical Sessions

Technical Sessions

Technical Sessions

M
-
1 (S
-
408) :
Distribution System Planning

T
-
4 (S
-
408): Transmission Systems
-
2

W
-
3 (S
-
408): Transmission Systems
-
3

M
-
2 (S
-
409): Wind/Hydro
-
1

T
-
5 (S
-
409): Microgrids

W
-
4 (S
-
409): Distribution Systems
-
3

M
-
3 (S
-
413): Transmission Systems
-
1

T
-
6 (S
-
413): Wind/Hydro
-
2



12:30
-
13:30

Lunch

13:30
-
15:00

Technical Sessions

Industry Forum (Room S
-
410)

API Forum (Room S
-
410)

M
-
4 (S
-
408): Plug
-
in Electric Vehicles

M
-
5 (S
-
409): High Voltage

M
-
6 (S
-
413): Power System Protection

15:00
-
15:30

Afternoon Tea

Awards and
Conference Closing
(Room S
-
410)

15:30
-
17:00

Technical Sessions



M
-
7 (S
-
408): Distribution Systems
-
1





M
-
8 (S
-
409): Power Quality





19:00
-
22:00



Conference Dinner


Kookaburra
Queen, Brisbane River Cruise








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Integrating Renewables into the Grid 25
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28 Sept


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Technical Sessions


M1:
Distribution Systems Planning
-
1


Session Chair: Dr. Ghavameddin Nourbakhsh, Queensland University of Technology

1.

Loss reduction of power distribution network using optimum size of distributed generation
, A. Anwar
and H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #2

2.

Static and dynamic var

planning to support widespread penetration of distributed generation in
distribution system
, T. Aziz, T. K. Saha, and N. Mithulananthan,
University of Queensland
. #4

3.

Optimal control of distributed gen
erators and capacitors by hybrid DPSO
, I. Ziari, G. Ledwich, A.
Ghosh,
Queensland University of Technology

and G. Platt,
CSIRO
. #5

4.

Novel mixed
-
integer method to optimize distributed generation mix in pr
imary distribution systems
, R.
W. Chang, N. Mithulananthan, and T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland
. #6

M2: Wind/Hydro
-
1


Session Chair: Dr. Sumedha Rajakaruna, Curtin University

1.

Identification of coherent generator groups in power system networks with windfarms
, P. K. Naik, W.
A. Qureshi and N. C. Nair,
University of Auckland
. #39

2.

Frequency dynamics during high CCGT and wind pe
netrations
, L. Meegahapola and D. Flynn,
University of Wollongong
. #41

3.

Studies about the low voltage ride through capabilities of variable
-
speed motor
-
generators of pumped
storage hydro power plants
, E.

Schmidt, J. Ertl, A. Preiss, R. Zensch, R. Schurhuber and J. Hell,
Vienna
University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
. #70

4.

Impacts of DFIG wind turbines on transient stability of power systems
-

a review
, M. A. Chowdhury,
N. Hosseinzadeh, W. Shen, H. R. Pota and T. A. Choudhury,
Swinburne University of Technology
. #42

M3: Transmission Systems
-
1


Session Chair: Dr. Yateendra Mishra, Queensland University of Technology

1.

Application of TCSC to improve total transmission capacity in deregulated power systems
, S.
Hajforoosh, S. M. H. Nabavi,
Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran

and M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin
University
. #27

2.

Automatic under
-
frequency load shedding: systematic review and future potential for New Zealand
power system
, K. U. Mollah, M. Bahadornejad and N. C. Nair,
University of Auckland
. #38

3.

Active and reactive power rescheduling for congestion management using particle swarm optimization
,
S. K. Joshi and K. S. Pandya,
MS University, Baroda, India
. #34

4.

A hi
erarchical analysis of phasor measurement unit placement optimization in transmission network
, J.
Zhong and K. L. Wong,
RMIT University
. #50

M4: Plug
-
in Electric Vehicles


Session Chair: Prof. Satish K. Joshi, MS University, Baroda, India

1.

A modified method for the sizing of the plug
-
in hybrid electric vehicle propulsion devices
, S.
Overington and S. Rajakaruna,
Curtin University
. #65

2.

Impact of plug
-
in hybrid electric vehicles and their optimal deployment in smart grids
, S. Pandyal,
University of Waterloo, Canada

and S. Dahal,
University of Queensland
. #67

3.

V2G technology for designin
g active filter system to improve wind power quality
, F. R. Islam, H. R.
Pota and M. S. Ali,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #85

4.

Optimum demand side response of smart
grid with renewable energy source and electrical vehicles
, M.
Marwan,
Queensland University of Technology
, and F. Kamel,
University of Southern Queensland
. #64

M5: High Voltage


Session Chair: Prof. Syed Islam, Curtin University

1.

Machine learning techniques for power transformer insulation diagnosis
, H. Ma, T. K. Saha and C.
Ekanayake,
University of Queensland
. #15

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2.

A circuit
-
br
eaker restrike diagnostic algorithm using ATP and wavelet transforms
, S. Kam, S. Nielsen
and G. Ledwich,
Queensland University of Technology
. #16

3.

Evaluating the accuracy of different DGA techniques for
improving the transformer oil quality
interpretation
, A. D. Ashkezari, T. K.Saha, C. Ekanayake and H. Ma,
University of Queensland
. #17

4.

Transformer diagnostics using dissolved gas analysis and polarisat
ion and depolarisation current
measurements
-

a case study
, R. B. Jadav, T. K. Saha and C. Ekanayake,
University of Queensland
. #18

M6: Power System Protection


Session Chair:
Prof. Erich Schmidt, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

1.

A transient based protection scheme for distribution networks including distributed generators
, S. M.
Tayebi and A. Kazemi,
Iran University of Science and Technology
. #7

2.

Impact of harmonics on the performance of over
-
current relays
, H. Tin, A. Abu
-
Siada and M. S.
Masoum,
Curtin University
. #30

3.

Impact of propagation
of fault signals on industrial diagnosis using current signature analysis
, A.
Gheitasi, A. Al
-
Anbuky and T. T. Lie,
Auckland University of Technology
. #31

4.

Protection Coordination Issues With DFIG Wind G
eneration on Weak Networks: Preliminary Issues
,
R. Rossi,
Rossi and Associates

and M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin University
. #95

M7: Distribution Systems
-
1


Session Chair: Prof. Michael Negnevitsky, University of Tasmania

1.

Identification of critical parameters for distribution networks with DFIG and dynamic loads
, M. S. Ali,
H. R. Pota, M. A. Mahmud,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy

and
M. J
. Hossain,
University of Queensland
. #9

2.

Voltage unbalance sensitivity analysis of plug
-
in electric vehicles in distribution networks
, F. Shahnia,
A. Ghosh, G. Ledwich and F. Zare,
Queensland University
of Technology
. #60

3.

Impacts of wind and solar integrations on the dynamic operation of distribution systems
, M. J. Hossain,
T. K. Saha and N. Mithulananthan,
University of Queensland
. #62

4.

Impact of photovoltaic power fluctuations by moving clouds on network voltage: a case study of an
urban network
, R. Yan, S. Roediger and T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland
. #63

M8: Power Quality


Session Chair:
Prof. Gerard Ledwich, Queensland University of Technology

1.

New combined hybrid active filter for twelve pulse converter operating under asymmetrical operation
,
P. S. Modi and S.K. Joshi,
MS University, B
aroda, India
. #24

2.

Harmonic filter design to mitigate two resonant points in a distribution network
, S. J. Bester and G.
Atkinson
-
Hope,
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa
. #
26

3.

Distortions in three
-
phase transformer magnetizing currents with nonsinusoidal conditions considering
magnetic hysteresis and leg
-
flux coupling effects
, P. S. Moses and M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin
University
. #32

4.

The use of voltage regulators in power systems with arc
-
suppression coils
, R. Burgess and A. Ahfock,
University of Southern Queensland
. #37

T1: Distribution Systems
-
2


Session Chair:
A/Prof. Ahmad Zahedi, James Cook University

1.

An improved genetic algorithm and graph theory based method for optimal sectionalizer switch
placement in distribution networks with DG
, A. Vahidnia, G. Ledwi
ch, A. Ghosh and E. Palmer,
Queensland University of Technology
. #8

2.

A Fourier series based approach to the periodic optimisation of finely dispersed battery storage
,
P.
Wolfs, N. Jayasekera and S.
Subawickrama,
Curtin University
. #12

3.

Community electricity storage and capacitor allocation in distribution systems
, D. Q. Huang and N.
Mithulananthan,
University of Queensland
. #90

4.

Investigating the transient responses of fully rated converter
-
based wind turbines
, H. T. Mokui, M.
Mohseni, and M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin University
. #46

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T2: Electricity Markets


Session Chair: Prof. Gerard Ledwich,
Queensland University of Technology

1.

Modelling uncertainty in renewable generation entry to deregulated electricity market
, K. N. Hasan, T.
K. Saha and M. Eghbal,
University of Queensland
. #88

2.

Financial withheld
-
based market power within congested power system
, M. B. Nappu and T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland
. #20

3.

Energy efficiency and market
forces in the New Zealand electricity market
, D. Nutt and T. T. Lie,
Auckland University of Technology
. #21

4.

Customer recognition
-
based demand response implementation by an electricity retailer
, N. Mahmo
udi
-
Kohan, M. Eghbal,
University of Queensland

and M. P. Moghaddam,
Tarbiat Modares University,
Tehran, Iran
. #66

T3: Power Systems Computation


Session Chair: Prof. O. P. Malik, University of Calgary, Canada

1.

Complex network framework based dependency matrix of electric power grid
, A. B. M. Nasiruzzaman,
H. R. Pota and F. R. Islam,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #86

2.

A Comparative analysis of optimal power flow techniques based on equivalent current injection with
conventional optimal power flow method
, S. K. Joshi,
MS University, Baroda, India
, and G. H.
Chitaliya,
G
ujarat Plug
-
In Devices Pvt. Ltd; Vadodara, India
. #43

3.

Probabilistic calculus in power system analysis and design
, O. Krause,
University of Queensland
, J.
Schwippe,
TU Dortmund University, Germany

and M.

Eghbal,
University of Queensland
. #74

4.

Preliminary Statistical Study of Low Voltage Distribution Feeders under a Representative HV Network
in Western Australia
, Y. Li, P. Wolfs,
Curtin University
. #75

T
4: Transmission Systems
-
2


Session Chair: Dr. Mithulan Nadarajah, University of Queensland

1.

Application of a STATCOM for damping subsynchronous oscillations and transient stability
improvement
, A. F.
Abdou,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
, A.
Abu
-
Siada,
Curtin University

and H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence
Force Academy
. #33

2.

Assessing

sampling for Prony analysis and Kalman filter in monitoring electromechanical oscillations
,
Q. Ao, J.C.
-
H. Peng, and N. C. Nair,
University of Auckland
. #40

3.

Zero dynamic excitation controller design fo
r power system with dynamic load
, M. A. Mahmud,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
, M. J. Hossain,
University of
Queensland

and H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #48

4.

Generalized Lyapunov function for stability analysis of interconnected power systems
, M. A. Mahmud,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
, M. J. Hossain,
University of
Queensland
, H. R.
Pota and M. S. Ali,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force
Academy
. #49

T5: Microgrids


Session Chair: Dr. Lasantha Perera, Queensland University of Technology

1.

Protection of microgrid
s using differential relays
, M. Dewadasa, A. Ghosh and G. Ledwich,
Queensland University of Technology
. #76

2.

Distributed energy resources (DER) object modelling with IEC 61850
-
7
-
420
, T. S. Ustun, C.
Ozansoy
and A. Zayegh,
Victoria University
. #3

3.

Distributed renewables and battery storage for the support of the edge of the rural grid
, P. Wolfs,
Curtin University
, C. Gunathilake,
Longmont Engineering
, P. Martino and I. Khanna,
Western Power
.
#55

4.

Renewable energy micro
-
grid power system for isolated communities
, S. Tucker and M. Negnevitsky,
University of Tasmania
. #58


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T6: Wind/Hydro
-
2


Session
Chair: Prof. Tapan Saha, University of Queensland

1.

A case
-
based reasoning approach for dynamic security assessment of power systems with large
penetration of wind power
, R. Tiako, D. Jayaweera and S. Isl
am,
Curtin University
. #56

2.

LMP estimation considering the uncertainty of wind power
, Y. Dai, J. Huang, K. Meng, Y. Xue,
Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
, Z. Y. Dong,
Hong Kong Polytec
hnic University,
Kowloon, Hong Kong

and G. Ledwich,
Queensland University of Technology
. #78

3.

Developing a linear model for estimating the capacity factor of wind turbines
, A. Zahedi,
James Cook
Universi
ty
. #80

4.

Impact of high level of renewable energy penetration of inter
-
area oscillation
, M. H. Nguyen, T. K.
Saha and M. Eghbal,
University of Queensland
. #57

W1: Distributed Generation


Session Chair:
Dr. Dilan Jayaweera, Curtin University

5.

Effects of load modelling in power distribution system with distributed wind generation
, N. K. Roy,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Acade
my
, M. J. Hossain,
University of
Queensland

and H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #10

6.

Load curtailment strategy in distribution network with dispersed genera
tions
, A. Arief, M. B. Nappu,
University of Queensland
, Z. Y. Dong,
University of Newcastle

and M. Arief,
University of
Queensland
. #11

7.

Impact of composite loads on dynamic loadability

of emerging distribution systems
, S. Dahal, N.
Mithulananthan and T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland
. #72

8.

Support vector machine model based model predictive control for PEMFC
, J. Lu and A. Zahedi,
J
ames
Cook University
. #22

W2: Power Electronics


Session Chair: A/Prof. Firuz Zare, Queensland University of Technology

1.

Improved predictive direct power control
, M. Mesbah
, M. A. S. Masoum and Syed Islam,
Curtin
University
. #84

2.

Carrier based PWM technique with over modulation strategies for a three
-
to
-
seven phase matrix
converter
, S. M. Ahmed,
Texas A&M University at Qat
ar, Doha
, Qatar, M. Saleh,
Victoria University
,
A. Iqbal, H. Abu
-
Rub,
Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar

and A. Kalam,
Victoria
University
. #89

3.

Generator


battery hybrid power system using diag
onal recurrent neural network,

M. Ashari, D. K.
Setiawan and Soedibyo,
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya, Indonesia
. #92

4.

Framework for sensitivity analysis of industry algorithms for s
ensorless PMSM drives
, B. Saunders, G.
Heins and F. De Boer,
Charles Darwin University
. #77

W3: Transmission Systems
-
3


Session Chair: Prof. Arindam Ghosh, Queensland University of Technology

1.

Wide
-
area
signal selection for power system damping controller
, N. Modi,
University of Queensland
,
M. Lloyd,
Origin Energy

and T. K. Saha,
University of Queensland
. #36

2.

Under voltage load shedding utilizing traje
ctory sensitivity to enhance voltage stability
, A. Arief, M. B.
Nappu, M. Gallagher,
University of Queensland

and Z. Y. Dong,
University of Newcastle
, #51

3.

A comparison of ultracapacitor, BESS and shunt
capacitor on oscillation damping of power system
with large
-
scale PV plants
, R. Shah and N. Mithulananthan,
University of Queensland
. #53

4.

SSR risk alleviation in dual
-
rotor wind turbine by employing gen
etic solutions
, E. M. Farahani, N.
Hosseinzadeh and M. Ektesabi,
Swinburne University of Technology
. #44

W4: Distribution Systems
-
3


Session Chair: Prof. Peter Wolfs, Curtin University

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1.

Distributed
DSTATCOMs for distribution line enhancement
, L. Perera, G. Ledwich and A. Ghosh,
Queensland University of Technology
. #68

2.

Voltage stability analysis with optimum size and location based synchronous mach
ine DG
, A. Anwar,
N. K. Roy, and H. R. Pota,
University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
. #45

3.

Analysis and comparison of bus ranking indices for balanced and unbalanced three
-
phase

distribution
networks
, P. Juanuwattanakul and M. A. S. Masoum,
Curtin University
. #47

4.

Security of supply with dispersed integration of wind power in distribution networks
, D. Jayaweera, R.
C. Wee and S
. Islam,
Curtin University
. #54




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List of Authors

Authors

Paper Numbers

A Zahedi

080













A. Abu
-
Siada

030

033












A. Ahfock

037













A. B. M. Nasiruzzaman

086













A. F. Abdou

033













A. Ghosh

005

008

060

068

076









Adnan Al
-
Anbuky

031













Adnan Anwar

002

045












Ahad Kazemi

007













Ahmad Zahedi

022













Akhtar Kalam

089













Aladin Zayegh

003













Alexander Preiss

070













Ali. S. Masoum

032













Alireza Gheitasi

031













Arash
Vahidnia

008













Ardiaty Arief

011

051












Ashari

092













Atefeh Dehghani Ashkezari

017













Atif Iqbal

089













Ben Saunders

077













Cagil Ozansoy

003













Chandima Ekanayake

015

017

018











Chathura Gunathilake

055













D. Jayaweera & S. Islam

056













Damian Flynn

041













David Nutt

021













Dilan Jayaweera

054













DQ
Huang

090













E. M. Farahani

044













Edward Palmer

008













Erich
Schmidt

070













F. R. Islam

085













Farhad Shahnia

060













Firuz
Zare

060













Fouad Kamel

064













Friso De Boer

077













G.
Atkinson
-
Hope

026













G. H. Chitaliya

043













G. Ledwich

005

008

016

060

068

076

078







G. Platt

005













Greg Heins

077













H. R. Pota

002

009

010

033

042

045

048

049

085

086




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Hasmina Tari Mokui

046













Hillary Tin

030













Hui Ma

015

017












I. Ziari

005













Ishaan Khanna

055













J. Huang

078













J. Schwippe

074













J.C.
-
H. Peng

040













Jiangxia Zhong

050













Johann Ertl

070













Johann Hell

070













Jun Lu

022













K. L. Wong

050













K. Meng

078













K. N. Hassan

088













K.S. Pandya

034













Kaium Uz
-
zaman Mollah

038













Kazi Nazmul Hasan

088













Lasantha Meegahapola

041













Lasantha Perera

068













M. A. Chowdhury

042













M. A. Mahmud

009

048

049











M. Ektesabi

044













M. J. Hossain

009

010

048

049

062









M. S. Ali

009

085












M. S. Masoum

030













M. Saleh

089













Mai H. Nguyen

057













Manjula Dewadasa

076













Mansour Mohseni

046













Marcus Gallagher

051













Marwan
Marwan

064













Mehdi Eghbal

088

057

066

074










Michael Lloyd

036













Michael Negnevitsky

058













Mohammad A. S. Masoum

027

032

046

047

084









Mohsen Mesbah

084













Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam

066













Momen Bahadornejad

038













Muhammad Arief

011













Muhammad Bachtiar Nappu

011

020

051











N. Hosseinzadeh

042













N. K. Roy

010

045












N. Mithulan

088

090












N. Mithulananthan

004

006

053

062

072









N.Hosseinzadeh

044













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Nadali Mahmoudi
-
Kohan

066













Nadeeshani Jayasekera

012













Nilesh Modi

036













Nirmal
-
Kumar C Nair

038

039

040










Olave

Krause

074













P. Juanuwattanakul

047













Paul S. Moses

032













Peter Martino

055













Peter Wolfs

012

055

075











Pramod S Modi

024













Prem K Naik

039












Qian Ao

040













R. Burgess

037













R. C. Bansal

020

053

090











R. Tiako

056













R. W. Chang

006













Raj B. Jadav

018













Rakibuzzaman Shah

053













Raymond C. Wee

054













Robert Schurhuber

070













Roman Zensch

070













Ruifeng Yan

063













S. Dahal

072













S. J. Bester

026













S. K. Joshi

024

034

043











S. Milad Tayebi

007













Samuel Tucker

058













Setiawan

092













Seyed M.H Nabavi

027













Shane Overington

065













Shawn Nielsen

016













Shui
-
cheong

Kam

016













Sk. Moin Ahmed

089












Somayeh Hajforoosh

027













Stephanie Roediger

063













Sudarshan Dahal

067













Sumedha
Rajakaruna

065













Sumit Paudyal

067













Suresh Subawickrama

012













Syed Islam

054

084












T. A. Choudhury

042













T. K. Saha

004

006

015

017

018

088

020

036

057

062

063

072

088

Taha Selim Ustun

003













Tareq Aziz

004













Tek Tjing Lie

021

031












W. Shen

042













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Waqar A Qureshi

039













Y. Dai

078













Y. Xue

078













Yingliang Li

075













Z. Y. Dong

011

051

078