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# Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University

Education•Tabriz, Iran•

About: Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University is a education organization based out in Tabriz, Iran. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Graphene & Nanocomposite. The organization has 1477 authors who have published 3186 publications receiving 30278 citations. The organization is also known as: Azarbaijan University.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a new fractional model for human liver involving Caputo-Fabrizio derivative with the exponential kernel was proposed, and the existence of a unique solution was explored by using the Picard-Lindelof approach and the fixed-point theory.

Abstract: In this research, we aim to propose a new fractional model for human liver involving Caputo–Fabrizio derivative with the exponential kernel. Concerning the new model, the existence of a unique solution is explored by using the Picard–Lindelof approach and the fixed-point theory. In addition, the mathematical model is implemented by the homotopy analysis transform method whose convergence is also investigated. Eventually, numerical experiments are carried out to better illustrate the results. Comparative results with the real clinical data indicate the superiority of the new fractional model over the pre-existent integer-order model with ordinary time-derivatives.

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TL;DR: In this article, a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of the microstructural evolution during FSW/P has been developed, including the mechanisms underlying the development of grain structures and textures, phases, phase transformations and precipitation.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a novel high step-up dc/dc converter is presented for renewable energy applications, which consists of a coupled inductor and two voltage multiplier cells, in order to obtain high step up voltage gain.

Abstract: In this paper, a novel high step-up dc/dc converter is presented for renewable energy applications. The suggested structure consists of a coupled inductor and two voltage multiplier cells, in order to obtain high step-up voltage gain. In addition, two capacitors are charged during the switch-off period, using the energy stored in the coupled inductor which increases the voltage transfer gain. The energy stored in the leakage inductance is recycled with the use of a passive clamp circuit. The voltage stress on the main power switch is also reduced in the proposed topology. Therefore, a main power switch with low resistance $R_{{\rm DS} ({\rm ON})}$ can be used to reduce the conduction losses. The operation principle and the steady-state analyses are discussed thoroughly. To verify the performance of the presented converter, a 300-W laboratory prototype circuit is implemented. The results validate the theoretical analyses and the practicability of the presented high step-up converter.

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TL;DR: Results show that it is possible to regulate the power demand and power transaction between each MGs and the main grid and it is indicated that the power sharing between MGs with main grid can reduce the total operation cost of the future distribution network.

Abstract: In this paper, future distribution network operation is discussed under assumption of multimicrogrids (MMGs) concept. The economic operation of MMGs is formulated as an optimization problem. A stochastically and probabilistic modeling of both small-scale energy resources (SSERs) and load demand at each microgrids (MGs) is done to determine the optimal economic operation of each MGs with minimum cost based on the power transaction between the MGs and main grids. The balance between the total power generation in each MGs and the load demand is determined regarding the sold or purchase power either by MG or by main grid. Based on the results, the mean, standard deviation, and probability density function of each generated power with SSERs is determined considering optimization constraints. A statistical analysis for generated power and costs is given. The power interchange between MGs is considered. The particle swarm optimization is applied to minimize the cost function as an optimization algorithm. Results show that it is possible to regulate the power demand and power transaction between each MGs and the main grid. Moreover, it is indicated that the power sharing between MGs with main grid can reduce the total operation cost of the future distribution network.

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TL;DR: The developed biosensor responds efficiently to glucose presence over the concentration range 5-1270 μM with the detection limit 1.73 μM (S/N=3) and sensitivity 0.085 μA μM(-1) cm(-2), attributed to the large surface-to-volume ratio, excellent biocompatibility of GQD, porosity of G QD|CCE, and the abundance of hydrophilic edges as well as hydrophobic plane in

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Name | H-index | Papers | Citations |
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Sotiris K. Ntouyas | 41 | 366 | 7112 |

Mohammad Hossein Pournaghi-Azar | 34 | 91 | 2997 |

Shahram Rezapour | 32 | 158 | 3612 |

Biuck Habibi | 27 | 85 | 2093 |

Yaghoub Mansourpanah | 26 | 67 | 2813 |

Akbar Heidarzadeh | 26 | 69 | 1777 |

Hamid Ahmadi | 24 | 88 | 1194 |

Mehrdad Mahkam | 24 | 82 | 1263 |

Zolfaghar Rezvani | 24 | 72 | 1519 |

Mahdie Safarpour | 23 | 39 | 2306 |

Farhad Darabi | 23 | 168 | 1901 |

M. Akbari-Moghanjoughi | 22 | 113 | 1413 |

Shahin Ahmadian | 22 | 101 | 1705 |

Vahid Karimipour | 22 | 126 | 1870 |

Hossein Abdolmohammad-Zadeh | 22 | 63 | 1402 |