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Current Issue [Vol. 07, No. 03] [March 2021]


Paper Title :: An Analysis of the Relationship between Maximum Daily Temperatures and Maximum Ozone Concentrations in México City 2010 - 2020. A Bivariate Approach
Author Name :: M. Sc. Zenteno Jiménez José Roberto
Country :: Mexico
Page Number :: 01-17
The following article deals with the analysis of the daily Maximum Temperatures of Mexico City and its relationship with the Maximum Ozone Concentrations in México City itself, based on its Bivariate behavior and a Gaussian mixing analysis to see the corresponding variability between both. events.
Key Words: Bivariate Distribution Function, Covariance Matrix, Gaussian Distribution Function and Stochastic Gaussian Mixture.
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Paper Title :: Investigation of the Nigerian Power Network with Solar Photovoltaic System
Author Name :: Fasina Emmanuel Taiwo
Country :: Nigeria
Page Number :: 18-26
The demand for electric power is growing at a rapid rates in Nigeria, and the available conventional generation is not sufficient to meet this rising demand. Therefore, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are been considered as alternative source of power generation. This paper presents a case study investigating the effect of solar PV on the Nigerian power system using power flow analysis method. Various solar PV penetration levels are connected to the network and the power flow results are presented. The results showed that before application of solar PV, there is under voltage in some of the buses of the system but were improved to safe operation values with the application of PV system. Also, the total system power loss was reduced by 19.26%. In this way, the power system becomes more secured and reliable.
Key Words: Network losses, Power flow, Renewable generation, Solar photovoltaic, Voltage profile
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