POWERCON


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POWERCONInternational Conference on Power System Technology
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V Garcia, "A numerical method for finding spanning trees in power system state estimation," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Power System Technology (PowerCon '06), pp.
Kang, "Novel pilot protection scheme for transmission line with TCSC and TCR," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Power System Technology: Technological Innovations Making Power Grid Smarter (POWERCON '10), October 2010.
Tao, "Study on security of wireless sensor networks in smart grid," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Power System Technology (POWERCON '10), October 2010.
Tippayachai, "Power system stabilizer tuning based on multiobjective design using hierarchical and parallel micro genetic algorithm," POWERCON 2004--International Conference on Power System Technology, 402-407, Singapore, 2004.
A New Control Strategy for Unified Power Quality Conditioner (UPQC) in Distribution Systems, in: IEEE International Conference on Power System Technology (POWERCON 2006), Chongqing, China, October 22-26: 1-5.
At the mosque, structural Powercon connectors are only being deployed, as the electrical connections here do not fall under the ambit of the precaster, while at the imminent villa development, both Enercon and Aquacon connectors will be deployed.
International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON, ISBN 0-7803-8610-8, 350-355 (New York-2004).
It has PowerCon connectors both in and out to allow quick interconnection.
To illustrate, Powercon (one of the participating companies in our research--all names disguised) found that it had to eliminate value leakage from a key electronics category.
Argosy is also featuring its latest 14-way mains distribution units, which incorporate Neutrik powerCON inlets by configuring the outputs in two banks of seven.
Powercon switchgear steps the power up to the requirements of the grid and Choptank Electric Cooperative, a member-owned electric utility serving more than 51,000 customers on Maryland's Eastern Shore.