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Co-authorship Credit Allocation Methods in the Assessment of Citation Impact of Chemistry Faculty

  • Lee, Jongwook;Yang, Kiduk
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.49 no.3
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    • pp.273-289
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    • 2015
  • This study examined changes in citation index scores and rankings of thirty-five chemistry faculty members at Seoul National University using different co-authorship credit allocation models. Using 1,436 Web of Science papers published between 2007 and 2013, we applied the inflated, fractional, harmonic, network-based allocation, and harmonic+ models to calculate faculty's h-, R-, and normalization of h- and R- index scores and rankings. The harmonic+ model, which is based on our belief that contribution of primary authors should be the same regardless of collaboration, is designed to minimize the penalty for research collaboration imposed by harmonic and NBA models by boosting the contribution of collaborating primary authors to be on the equal footing with single authors. Although citation rankings by different models are correlated with each other within the same type of citation indicator, rankings of many faculty members changed across models, suggesting the importance of an accurate and relevant authorship credit allocation model in the citation assessment of researchers. The study also found that authorship patterns in conjunction with citation counts are important factors for robust authorship models such as harmonic and NBA, and harmonic+ model may be beneficial for collaborating primary authors. Future research that reexamines the models with updated empirical data would provide further insights into the robustness of the models.

MULTI-HARMONIC MODELS FOR BUBBLE EVOLUTION IN THE RAYLEIGH-TAYLOR INSTABILITY

  • Choi, Sujin;Sohn, Sung-Ik
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.54 no.2
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    • pp.663-673
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    • 2017
  • We consider the multi-harmonic model for the bubble evolution in the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in two and three dimensions. We extend the multi-harmonic model in two dimensions to a high-order and present a new class of steady-state solutions of the bubble motion. The growth rate of the bubble is expressed by a continuous family of two free parameters. The critical point in the family of solutions is identified as a saddle point and is chosen as the physically significant solution. We also present the multi-harmonic model in the cylindrical geometry and find the steady-state solution of the axisymmetric bubble. Validity and limitation of the model are also discussed.

Influence of Different Frequency Harmonic Generated by Rectifier on High-speed Permanent Magnet Generator

  • Qiu, Hongbo;Wei, Yanqi;Yang, Cunxiang;Fan, Xiaobin
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.1956-1964
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    • 2018
  • Since the stator winding of High-Speed Permanent Magnet Generator (HSPMG) has few winding turns and low inductance value, it is more prone to be influenced by harmonic current. Moreover, the operation efficiency and the torque stability of HSPMG will be greatly influenced by harmonic current. Taking a 117 kW, 60 000 rpm HSPMG as an example, in order to analyze the effects of harmonic current on HSPMG in this paper, the 2-D finite element electromagnetic field model of the generator was established and the correctness of the model was verified by testing the generator prototype. Based on the model, the losses and torque of the generator under different frequency harmonic current were studied. The change rules of the losses and torque were found out. Based on the analysis of the influence of the harmonic phase angle on torque ripple, it is found that the torque ripple could be weakened through changing the harmonic phase angle. Through the analysis of eddy current density in rotor, the change mechanism of the rotor eddy current loss was revealed. These conclusions can contribute to reduce harmonic loss, prevent demagnetization fault and optimize torque ripple of HSPMG used in distributed power supply system.

Harmonic Current Compensation Using Active Power Filter Based on Model Predictive Control Technology

  • Adam, Misbawu;Chen, Yuepeng;Deng, Xiangtian
    • Journal of Power Electronics
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.1889-1900
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    • 2018
  • Harmonic current mitigation is vital in power distribution networks owing to the inflow of nonlinear loads, distributed generation, and renewable energy sources. The active power filter (APF) is the current electrical equipment that can dynamically compensate for harmonic distortion and eliminate asymmetrical loads. The compensation performance of an APF largely depends on the control strategy applied to the voltage source inverter (VSI). Model predictive control (MPC) has been demonstrated to be one of the effective control approaches to providing fast dynamic responses. This approach covers different types of power converters due to its several advantages, such as flexible control scheme and simple inclusion of nonlinearities and constraints within the controller design. In this study, a finite control set-MPC technique is proposed for the control of VSIs. Unlike conventional control methods, the proposed technique uses a discrete time model of the shunt APF to predict the future behavior of harmonic currents and determine the cost function so as to optimize current errors through the selection of appropriate switching states. The viability of this strategy in terms of harmonic mitigation is verified in MATLAB/Simulink. Experimental results show that MPC performs well in terms of reduced total harmonic distortion and is effective in APFs.

Study of viscoelastic model for harmonic waves in non-homogeneous viscoelastic filaments

  • Kakar, Rajneesh;Kaur, Kanwaljeet;Gupta, Kishan Chand
    • Interaction and multiscale mechanics
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.31-50
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    • 2013
  • A five parameter viscoelastic model is developed to study harmonic waves propagating in the non-homogeneous viscoelastic filaments of varying density. The constitutive relation for five parameter model is first developed and then it is applied for harmonic waves in the specimen. In this study, it is assumed that density, rigidity and viscosity of the specimen i.e., rod are space dependent. The specimen is non-homogeneous, initially unstressed and at rest. The method of non-linear partial differential equation has been used for finding the dispersion equation of harmonic waves in the rods. A simple method is presented for reflections at the free end of the finite non-homogeneous viscoelastic rods. The harmonic wave propagation in viscoelastic rod is also presented numerically with MATLAB.

Adaptive Reconstruction of Multi-periodic Harmonic Time Series with Only Negative Errors: Simulation Study

  • Lee, Sang-Hoon
    • Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
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    • v.26 no.6
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    • pp.721-730
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    • 2010
  • In satellite remote sensing, irregular temporal sampling is a common feature of geophysical and biological process on the earth's surface. Lee (2008) proposed a feed-back system using a harmonic model of single period to adaptively reconstruct observation image series contaminated by noises resulted from mechanical problems or environmental conditions. However, the simple sinusoidal model of single period may not be appropriate for temporal physical processes of land surface. A complex model of multiple periods would be more proper to represent inter-annual and inner-annual variations of surface parameters. This study extended to use a multi-periodic harmonic model, which is expressed as the sum of a series of sine waves, for the adaptive system. For the system assessment, simulation data were generated from a model of negative errors, based on the fact that the observation is mainly suppressed by bad weather. The experimental results of this simulation study show the potentiality of the proposed system for real-time monitoring on the image series observed by imperfect sensing technology from the environment which are frequently influenced by bad weather.

Application of Multi-periodic Harmonic Model for Classification of Multi-temporal Satellite Data: MODIS and GOCI Imagery

  • Jung, Myunghee;Lee, Sang-Hoon
    • Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
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    • v.35 no.4
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    • pp.573-587
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    • 2019
  • A multi-temporal approach using remotely sensed time series data obtained over multiple years is a very useful method for monitoring land covers and land-cover changes. While spectral-based methods at any particular time limits the application utility due to instability of the quality of data obtained at that time, the approach based on the temporal profile can produce more accurate results since data is analyzed from a long-term perspective rather than on one point in time. In this study, a multi-temporal approach applying a multi-periodic harmonic model is proposed for classification of remotely sensed data. A harmonic model characterizes the seasonal variation of a time series by four parameters: average level, frequency, phase, and amplitude. The availability of high-quality data is very important for multi-temporal analysis.An satellite image usually have many unobserved data and bad-quality data due to the influence of observation environment and sensing system, which impede the analysis and might possibly produce inaccurate results. Harmonic analysis is also very useful for real-time data reconstruction. Multi-periodic harmonic model is applied to the reconstructed data to classify land covers and monitor land-cover change by tracking the temporal profiles. The proposed method is tested with the MODIS and GOCI NDVI time series over the Korean Peninsula for 5 years from 2012 to 2016. The results show that the multi-periodic harmonic model has a great potential for classification of land-cover types and monitoring of land-cover changes through characterizing annual temporal dynamics.

A Study on Harmonic Elimination of FC-TCR in Power System (전력계통에 있어서 FC - TCR 장치의 고조파 제어에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Joon-Hyun;Kim, Young-Man;Lee, Seung-Joo
    • Proceedings of the KIEE Conference
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    • pp.127-130
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    • 1988
  • This paper describes digital simulation of harmonic elimination in the FC-TCR. (Fixed Capacitor and Thyristor Controlled Reactor) A model at harmonic frequency is developed for a STATIC VAR compansator. The model is shown to be useful in predicting resonance condition. A new variable filter is used for synthesized harmonic elimination.

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Source Model for Harmonic Interaction Analysis between Renewable Energy Generators and Power Distribution System (계통 고조파와 분산형 전원의 상호작용 평가를 위한 고조파 모델에 관한 연구)

  • Cho, Sung-Min;Shin, Hee-Sang;Moon, Won-Sik;Kim, Jae-Chul
    • The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
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    • v.60 no.4
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    • pp.733-738
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    • 2011
  • As increase of nonlinear loads and renewable energy generators (REGs) being connected to power distribution system via inverters, the concern on harmonic problems have increased. Recently, the harmonics evaluation method considering TDD (Total Demand Distortion) is used to analyze the effect of harmonics from inverters on power distribution quality. Harmonic current sources are typically used for simulation of nonlinear load. Most inverter type for REGs is voltage source inverter (VSI). So, harmonic voltage sources are more suitable to analyze impact of renewable energy generator on harmonics problem in power distribution system. In this paper, we presented the circuit model to analyze interaction between harmonics from nonlinear load and REGs. We verified that the harmonic analysis using the proposed circuit model is more appropriate than the harmonics evaluation method considering TDD through case study using PSCAD/EMTDC.

Harmonic Analysis on the Korean AC Railway System

  • Lee, Han-Min;Kim, Gil-Dong;Oh, Kwang-Hae;Jang, Gil-Soo;Kwon, Sae-Hyuk
    • KIEE International Transactions on Power Engineering
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    • v.5A no.3
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    • pp.235-243
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    • 2005
  • Line constants of the catenary system are estimated. The harmonic current that the Korean Train Express (KTX) injects into the catenary is measured to precisely analyze the harmonic effects. The Korean high-speed railway system is modeled by estimated and measured results. The system model is applied for predicting the harmonic effects. The simulation results from the system model are compared to field test data concerning the total harmonic distortion (THD). The reliability of the system model is verified.