Mahdi Taghikhani

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In this study, alginate microspheres containing BCG were prepared at a diameter of approximately 10 microm by emulsification-internal gelation of an alginate-BCG solution dispersed in olive oil using a high rate speed stirrer. The stability of BCG was assayed at 4 degrees C showing that the encapsulated BCG was more stable than free BCG at least for 5(More)
Optimal placement and sizing of DG in distribution network is an optimization problem with continuous and discrete variables. Many researchers have used evolutionary methods for finding the optimal DG placement. This paper proposes a shuffled frog leaping algorithm (SFLA) for optimal placement and sizing of distributed generation (DG) in radial distribution(More)
Optimal placement and sizing of DG in distribution network is an optimization problem with continuous and discrete variables. Many researchers have used evolutionary methods for finding the optimal DG placement and sizing. This paper proposes a hybrid algorithm PSO&HBMO for optimal placement and sizing of distributed generation (DG) in radial distribution(More)
The hydrogen abstraction reaction of the OH radical with CH(2)FCH(2)F (HFC-152) is studied theoretically over the 150-3000 K temperature range. In this study, the two most recently developed hybrid density functional theories, namely, BB1K and MPWB1K, are applied, and their efficiency in reaction dynamics calculation is discussed. The BB1K/6-31+G(d,p)(More)
The power industry experiences revolution known as "Power Industry Structure Renewal" mainly due to increasing progresses in science and technology which will result in a gradual change in methods of communication with energy tools. Part of the revolution is the application of small generation units in power generation; units with lower generation volume(More)
The hydrogen abstraction reaction of the OH radical with CH(3)CHF(2) (HFC152-a) has been studied theoretically over a wide temperature range, 200-3000 K. Two different reactive sites of the molecule, CH(3) and CHF(2) groups have been investigated precisely, and results confirm that CHF(2) position of the molecule is a highly reactive site. In this study,(More)
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