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Ijumba N, Abungu NO. "Power factor correction and energy cost savings.". In: The 4TH IEEE Africon Conference in Africa ( South African Universities Power Engineering Conference. IEEE Africon Conference in Africa ( South African Universities Power Engineering Conference); 1994. Abstract

In this paper a hybrid numerical technique is presented, suitable for analyzing transmission properties of an arbitrarily shaped slot in a thick conducting plane. The slot is  excited by an electromagnetic source of arbitrary orientation. The analysis of the problem is based on the "generalized network formulation" for aperture problems. The problem is solved using the method of moments(MOM) and the finite element method(FEM) in a hybrid format. The finite element method is applicable to inhomogeneously filled slots of arbitrary shape while the method of moments is used for solving the electromagnetic fields in unbounded regions of the slot. The cavity region has been subdivided into tetrahedral elements resulting in triangular elements on the surfaces of the apertures.  Validation results for rectangular slots are presented. Close agreement between our data and published results is observed.  Thereafter, new data has been generated for cross-shaped, H-shaped and circular apertures.

Ijumba, N; Abungu NO. "Power Factor Correction And Energy Cost Savings.". 1994.
Moses MP, Abungu NO. "Power Loss Reduction in the Active Distribution Network by Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) Placement and Sizing Using Ordinary Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and an Hybrid of Genetic Algorithm (GA) and PSO (HGAPSO)." International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering. 2013;3(7):26-36. Abstractijetae_0713_06.pdfClick here to read more...

Due to the increased importance of DFIGs in optimization of real and reactive power losses and the maintenance of voltage profile, the general methods of DG placement and sizing in the existing literature cannot be of practical importance in DFIG .In this paper a pure PSO method used in general DG is compared with a HGAPSO in the siting and sizing of DFIG with the objective of minimizing power losses .The corresponding Combined participation factors are assigned using the DFIG Domain Distributed Slack Bus Model and a comparison made on the two schemes of loss minimization. The obtained results for the real and reactive power losses and voltage voltage profile illustrate the DFIG need in the modern power system.

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