Shalom Zelingher

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Increased use of demanding network applications, as well as the increase of unwanted network traffic in the form of DDoS attacks, are putting new pressures on service providers to meet the expectations of customers in terms of network availability and performance. Providers are expected to deal with potential problems in near real-time fashion. Further,(More)
State estimation has been introduced to power systems and implemented in the 60s, using a single frequency, balanced and symmetric power system model under steady state conditions. This implementation is still prevalent today. The single frequency, balanced and symmetric system assumptions have simplified the implementation but have generated practical(More)
ISSN 0895-0156/02/$17.00©2002 IEEE Amajor component of any power system simulation model is the generating plant, which comprises three major subcomponents of interest: the generator, excitation system, and the turbine/governor. Accuracy of representation is dependent both on the structure of the component models and the parameter values used within those(More)
Current technology advances in hydro plant condition monitoring are employing an increasing number of on-line sensors to automatically monitor the status and performance of the complex systems required for power generation. Cost effective online monitoring instruments already exist to continuously monitor the unit partial discharge (PD), vibration, and(More)
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