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Generation of Non-Gaussian Wide-Sense Stationary Random Processes with Desired PSDs and PDFs  [PDF]
Milad Johnny
Journal of Signal and Information Processing (JSIP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsip.2012.34056
Abstract: This paper describes a new method to generate discrete signals with arbitrary power spectral density (PSD) and first order probability density function (PDF) without any limitation on PDFs and PSDs. The first approximation has been achieved by using a nonlinear transform function. At the second stage the desired PDF was approximated by a number of symmetric PDFs with defined variance. Each one provides a part of energy from total signal with different ratios of remained desired PSD. These symmetric PDFs defined by sinusoidal components with random amplitude, frequency and phase variables. Both analytic results and examples are included. The proposed scheme has been proved to be useful in simulations involving non-Gaussian processes with specific PSDs and PDFs.
Control and Implementation of Single-Inverter Microgrid  [PDF]
Mehdi Moradian, Milad Moradian
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy (SGRE) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/sgre.2019.102003
Abstract: In this paper, simulation and implementation way for practical control of Single Inverter Microgrid (SIMG) is presented. This system is equipped by solar system, wind energy conversion system (WECS), and microturbine system. Each DG’s has controlled independently. This is a kind of decentralize control because each DG’s has difference controller. Control of Microgrid (MG) during both grid tie and islanding modes is presented. Solar system and WECS are modeled based on santerno products. This system is compared with three inverter MGs with Centralize control strategy. Controlled signals show that SIMG is more reliable and economical. THD is improved and strategy is simplified for SIMG.
Modeling the Pressure Distribution and the Changes of Water Level around the Offshore Platforms Exposed to Waves, Using the Numerical Model of Flow 3D  [PDF]
Milad Rashidinasab, Mehdi Behdarvandi Askar
Computational Water, Energy, and Environmental Engineering (CWEEE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/cweee.2017.61008
Abstract: The humans’ need to use the oceans for exploration and extraction of oil has led to the development of engineering science in the field of offshore structures. Since it’s important to examine the offshore structures from different aspects and perspectives, we would have to evaluate many different parameters about them. So categorizing these parameters can help to perform their related analysis with more accuracy and more details. Due to the efficient force it exerts on the structure, the pressure distribution around every marine or hydraulic structure has a significant importance, and it even accounts for one of the dominant issues in designing and building of such structures. In the present study, an oil platform located in Phase 15 of South Pars oil fields, located in the Persian Gulf waters, has been analyzed using the FLOW 3D software. The outputs indicate that the pressure of water is distributed almost hydrostatically with the depth, and its maximum reaches 0.6 MPa at the bottom.
A Novel Small Ultra-Wideband Bandpass Filter Including Narrow Notched Band Utilizing Folded-T-Shaped Stepped Impedance Resonator (Sir)
Milad Mirzaee
PIER C , 2011, DOI: 10.2528/PIERC11040811
Abstract: A compact microstrip ultra-wideband (UWB) bandpass filter (BPF) including a narrow notched band within the UWB passband is proposed. The proposed filter is constructed by combination of two highly compact wideband bandpass filters (BPFs) with different physical dimensions which are designed on the basis of a folded-T-shaped stepped impedance resonator (SIR) and parallel-coupling feed structure. The wideband BPFs can be designed separately, and the design procedure is described. The narrow notched band with 3.8% 3 dB fractional bandwidth (FBW) from 5.15 to 5.35 GHz (IEEE 802.11a lower band) is created in order to eliminate interference from wireless local area network (WLAN) with the determined UWB passband. The center frequency and bandwidth of the notched band can be controlled by tuning the structural parameters. The full-wave EM simulated and measured results are in good agreement, showing that the proposed filter possesses good characteristics including wide passband, high selectivity, low insertion loss, large notch deep and sharp rejection.
Interview: Rita Colwell
Milad Alucozai
JPUR : Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research , 2012,
Abstract: Dr. Rita Colwell is a renowned microbiologist and infectious disease expert as well as a Purdue Alumna. She served as the 11th director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) from 1998 to 2004. Currently, she serves as the President and CEO of CosmosID and is a Distinguished Professor at both the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.
Coinductive Formal Reasoning in Exact Real Arithmetic
Milad Niqui
Computer Science , 2008, DOI: 10.2168/LMCS-4(3:6)2008
Abstract: In this article we present a method for formally proving the correctness of the lazy algorithms for computing homographic and quadratic transformations -- of which field operations are special cases-- on a representation of real numbers by coinductive streams. The algorithms work on coinductive stream of M\"{o}bius maps and form the basis of the Edalat--Potts exact real arithmetic. We use the machinery of the Coq proof assistant for the coinductive types to present the formalisation. The formalised algorithms are only partially productive, i.e., they do not output provably infinite streams for all possible inputs. We show how to deal with this partiality in the presence of syntactic restrictions posed by the constructive type theory of Coq. Furthermore we show that the type theoretic techniques that we develop are compatible with the semantics of the algorithms as continuous maps on real numbers. The resulting Coq formalisation is available for public download.
Nuclear Model Calculations on the Production of Auger Emitter 165Er for Targeted Radionuclide Therapy  [PDF]
Mahdi Sadeghi, Milad Enferadi, Claudio Tenreiro
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2010.14033
Abstract: Auger electron emitting radionuclides have potential for the therapy of small-size cancers because of their high level of cytotoxicity, low-energy, high linear energy transfer, and short range biologic effectiveness. Auger emitter 165Er (T1/2 = 10.3 h, IEC = 100%) is a potent nuclide for targeted radionuclide therapy. 165Er excitation function via 165Ho(p,n)165Er, 165Ho(d,2n)165Er, 166Er(p,2n)165Tm→165Er, 166Er(d,3n)165Tm→165Er, natEr(p,xn)165Tm→165Er and 164Er(d,n)165Tm→165Er reactions were calculated by ALICE/91, ALICE/ASH (GDH Model & Hybrid Model) and TALYS-1.2 (Equilibrium & Pre-Equilibrium) codes and compared to existing data. Requisite for optimal thicknesses of targets were obtained by SRIM code for each reaction.
Design a Collector with More Reliability against Defects during Manufacturing in Nanometer Technology, QCA  [PDF]
Milad Sang Sefidi, Dariush Abedi, Mehdi Moradian
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2013.66038

Nowadays Quantum Cellular Automata (QCA) as the leading technology in design of microelectronic systems has been raised. With respect to high velocity and density in low power and also simple concepts, this technology is a viable alternative to CMOS technology. In collector design, the primary component of each processor is very important. Due to the small elements in this technology, failure rate in manufacturing process technology is very high. In the other hand, the simulation shows that the intersection point of two wires is one of the critical points in QCA circuits. This means that defects in the manufacturing process around these points can cause malfunction in the circuit performance. In this paper, a collector in cross sections of wire in his new method used higher reliability against defects during manufacturing has been developed. QCA Designer software is used to simulate the case study system.

Multi Objective Load Shedding Framework  [PDF]
Atieh Delavari, Milad Nemati, Mohammad H. Moradi
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy (SGRE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/sgre.2015.68022
Abstract: In this paper, a multi-objective load shedding framework on the power system is presented. The frame work is useable in any kind of smart power systems; the word of smart here refers to the availability of data transmission infrastructure (like PLC or power line carrier) in the system, in order to carry the system data to the load shedding framework. This is an open framework that means it can optimize load shedding problem by considering unlimited number of objective functions, in other word, the number of objectives can be as much as the operator decides, finally in the end of frame work just one matrix breaker state is chosen in a way of having the most compatibility with the operator ideas which are determined by objectives importance percentage which are one input groups of the framework. A two-stage methodology is used for the optimal load shedding problem. In the first stage, Discrete Multi-objective Particle Swarm Optimization method is used to find a collection of the best states of load shedding (Pareto front). In the second stage, the fuzzy logic is used as a Pareto front inference engine. Fuzzy selection algorithm (FSA) is designed in a way that it can infer according to the operator’s opinion without the expert interference that means rule base is formed automatically by fuzzy algorithm. FSA is consisted of two parts. Membership functions and rules base are formed automatically in the first part, the former in accordance with the costs of Pareto front particles and the latter in correspondence with importance percentage of objectives which are entered to FSA by operator; in other word, decision matrix is formed automatically in the algorithm according to the cost of Pareto front particles and importance percentage of objectives. In the Second part, Mamdani inference engine scrutinizes the Pareto front particles by the use of formed membership functions and rules base to know if they are compatible to operator’s opinion or not. Getting this approach, cost functions of each particle are considered as the inputs of (FSA), then a fuzzy combined fitness (FCF) is allocated to each Pareto front particle by Mamdani inference engine. In other word, FCF shows how much the particle is compatible to the operator’s opinion. Finding minimum FCF, final inference is done. The proposed method is tested on 30-bus, and 118-bus IEEE systems by considering two or three objective functions and the results are presented.
Lead and Copper Mineral Prospectivity Mapping in Kalatereshm Area, Based on Exploratory Data Sets Using AHP-Index Overlay Modeling in GIS (Semnan Province, North of Iran)  [PDF]
Seyed Milad Ahmadi, Alireza Jafarirad, Nima Nezafati
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2015.76055
Abstract: The Kalatereshm is an area in north of Iran which covers some part of Torud magmatic belt. The area of this belt is about 2000 square kilometers and most of the mines in this particular area are of Copper, lead and Zinc. The Synthesis process is done by the Analysis Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Index Overlay (IO) methods. Of previous studies on the area, various companies providing Geological maps and in particular the company of Jiangxi providing its own geochemical maps can be mentioned. The reasons for doing this research and its innovation in Kalatereshm’s sheet can be justified as to be valuable and the fact that we would be able to save in time and cost by doing so. Previous case studies on this particular region lacked the necessary use of an advanced software and method. The informational layers included geochemical layers (the second and first ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), geology layer (the fourth and second ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighing based on AHP method), fault layer (the first and fourth ratings were given to Copper and Lead respectively by weighting based on AHP method), satellite imagery layer (the third rating was given to both Copper and Lead by weighting based on AHP method) and the more applicable areas for field exploration and detailed procedures of exploration had been determined (the mentioned ratings were delineated by each element’s respective weight in each layer and their importance in the Synthesis of informational layers).
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