Imen Abdennadher

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Linear machines are currently considered as viable candidates for direct-drive wave and free-piston energy converters. This paper is devoted to an approach based on a magnetic equivalent circuit (MEC), which is also called lumped circuit, dedicated to the modeling and sizing of a tubular linear permanent-magnet synchronous machine (T-LPMSM). The proposed(More)
Several research projects whose topics are related to Smart Buildings and energy consumption management were conducted these last years. Energy-unaware behavior can decrease one-third from a building's designed energy performance. Designing Smart Buildings applications is a challenge since these applications must ensure a trade-off between energy(More)
Adapting systems to the changes of their ubiquitous environments is a complex task. The autonomic computing was proposed as a solution to tackle this complexity. It brings a system with self-management capabilities to dynamically adapt itself to context. We are interested in the architectural adaptation approaches of autonomic applications which follow the(More)
The autonomic computing paradigm arises to tackle the complexity of today's dynamic heterogeneous and ubiquitous systems. The architecture of autonomic systems based on the MAPE-K loop dynamically adapts itself when the context changes. However, decisions within phases of the MAPE-K loop must be taken and therefore fit a suitable architecture. Ongoing(More)
This paper deals with the torque production capabilities of fractional-slot permanent-magnet synchronous machines (FSPMSMs) under open-circuit faulty conditions. The developed approach considers a class of FSPMSMs where an armature is inserted in double-layer slots and is arranged by connecting in parallel the coils or suitable combinations of coils of each(More)
This paper investigates the no-load and the on-load behavior of a fractional-slot tubular-linear permanent magnet synchronous machine (T-LPMSM). The study is initiated by the selection of the machine slot-pole combination. To do so, a formulation of the air gap flux density, based on the solution of the magnetic potential vector equation in the air gap and(More)
Smart Buildings have been the subject of research for more than two decades. The different perspectives range from monitoring and controlling energy consumption. Indeed, energy efficiency is considered as one of the promising fields of applications of the Internet of Things. Since Smart Buildings are an important part of the smart grid, their energy(More)
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