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Selected Table of Contents. SISO Extended Predictive Control – Formulation and Robust Analysis (M. Abu-Ayyad, R. Dubay. An Approach to Optimal Dispatch of Bilateral Electricity Contracts Regarding Voltage Stability (B. Mozafari et al.). Estimation of Moisture Content in Coal in Coal Mills (P.F. Odgaard, B. Mataji). Discrete-Time Model Reference Adaptive Regulation of Nodal Voltage Amplitude in Power Systems (G. Fusco, M. Russo). Determination of Transmission Transfer Capability with Security and Voltage Stability (D. Hur, H.J. Lee). Stability Analysis of an Islanded Generator (P. Lilje, A. Petroianu). Service Restoration Considering Load Balancing in Distribution (S.Y. Choi et al.). Real-Time Volt/VAR Control in a Distribution System using Multi-Stage Method (J.Y. Park, J.K. Park). Parameters of the Bilinear Transform (K.A. Folly, K. Mocwane). Low Load Model of a Once-Through Boiler with Recirculation (K. Trangbaek). MGP: A Tool for Wide Range Temperature Modeling (A.F. Kuri-Morales, L.V. Seisdedos). Simulation as a Tool for Process Design and Disturbance Analysis in Industrial Power Plants (Y. Majanne). Operator Guidance Simulator, A New Power Plant Training Tool Concept (U. Tomschi et al.). Adaptive Governor Control and Load Shedding Scheme for an Incinerator Plant (Y.D. Lee et al.).
Control plays a very important role in all aspects of power plants and power systems. The papers included in the 2006 Proceedings are by authors from a large number of countries around the world. They encompass a wide spectrum of topics in the control of practically every aspect of power plants and power systems.
For researchers and practitioners in both academia and industry working within the fields of power plants and/or power networks
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