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JournalISSN: 2149-5262

International journal of engineering technologies 

International Journal of Engineering Technologies
About: International journal of engineering technologies is an academic journal published by International Journal of Engineering Technologies. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Reliability engineering & Computer science. It has an ISSN identifier of 2149-5262. It is also open access. Over the lifetime, 13 publications have been published receiving 4 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors propose a method to solve the problem of the problem: the one-dimensional graph of the two-dimensional distribution of the probability of a single node in a graph.
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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors proposed a method to solve the problem of the problem: the one-dimensional graph of the two-dimensional space of a single point of interest (e.g.
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TL;DR: A significant reduction of computation time has been reported by improved PSO in terms of THD in grid forming operation of dual active bridge series resonant converter (DABSRC) topology, in term of total harmonic distortion (THD).
Abstract: Nowadays, it is becoming more remarkable for bidirectional power conversion from battery energy sources. These structures can be used for three-phase loads and they also have a common application in Micro-grid systems. This paper is mainly focused on parameter optimization of the system by using improved particle swarm optimization (PSO) in grid forming operation of dual active bridge series resonant converter (DABSRC) topology, in term of total harmonic distortion (THD). Fractional order proportional integral (FOPI) controller is used to simulate DABSRC regarding to THD factor in this system. The results are also compared to genetic algorithm (GA) and conventional PSO. While all algorithms achieved the same optimum control parameters, a significant reduction of computation time has been reported by improved PSO in terms of THD.

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors examine the existing daylighting design tools while proposing a roadmap for how to use emerging metrics over solar house design, and provide a roadmap of validity of emerging daylighting metrics, demonstration of the daylighting performance of built-up solar houses, and daylighting guideline for design parameters with recent technology on new solar houses.
Abstract: Solar decathlon is held biannually, and participant universities have a unique chance to locate solar houses on campus as a living lab after the contest. A variety of performance criteria are evaluated during the contest and daylighting is one among them. Complicated analysis tools, design solutions, and their effectiveness are major challenges during the design development of new solar houses. This challenge definition leads to developing a daylighting guideline for new solar house design. To provide a roadmap of validity of emerging daylighting metrics, demonstration of the daylighting performance of built-up solar houses, and daylighting guideline for design parameters with recent technology on new solar house design are the specific objectives of this study. The manuscript aims to examine the existing daylighting design tools while proposing a roadmap for how to use emerging metrics over solar house design. Three solar decathlon entries of Missouri University of Science and Technology are selected for post-occupancy evaluation to verify selected design tools. After analyze method, tools and final products are introduced which can be used on case studies, impact on research and education is discussed in the paper. Experiential method proposal for daylighting design have three phases and these are; the daylight metrics, the daylight performance and impact on research and education. It would be beneficial in the future to have this as a design guide, especially for any residential buildings rather than just solar houses.
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TL;DR: In this article , the impact of athletics on older is investigated in a study based on rigid body movements and free-body diagrams, a numerical model is built for each position in the yoga exercises, which is used to calculate the forces and moments that different joints experience.
Abstract: Daily Yoga activities are part of a ten-posture series with linked relaxation and aerobic exercise, resulting in a balancing of flexibility and extensions. Because this series is often repeated and advocated by several yoga professionals, structural modeling to justify its purported health advantages is needed. Older is recommended to do more workouts to maintain activity, given the increasing pressures in societal, economical, and health issues as a result of the elderly society. They are, regrettably, unable to do so due to a variety of physical and psychological obstacles. The whole body form changes significantly as people get older, and sag. One of the most important variables in regaining their drive and comfort throughout social activities might be the layout of their apparel. The impact of athletics on older is investigated in this study. Depending on rigid body movements and free-body diagrams, a numerical model is built for each position in the yoga exercises. The idea of static equilibrium is used to calculate the forces and moments that different joints experience. The model given in this study was developed under a variety of assumptions. But what is discovered in practice is that the knees carry the maximum joint action while the ankle and wrist are discovered to play a major part in transferring the ground response forces throughout yoga. Thus, it would imply that the model is a good tool for forecasting the forces and durations that happen not just during the yoga positions but also during other situations.
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