DC Power Bibliography

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Kakigano H, Miura Y, Ise T.  2010.  Low-Voltage Bipolar-Type DC Microgrid for Super High Quality Distribution. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. 25:3066–3075.
Kakigano H, Miura Y, Ise T.  2010.  {Low-Voltage Bipolar-Type DC Microgrid for Super High Quality Distribution}. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. 25:3066–3075.
Kakigano H, Hashimoto T, Matsumura Y, Kurotani T, Iwamoto W, Miura Y, Ise T, Momose T, Hayakawa H.  2010.  {Fundamental characteristics of laboratory scale model DC microgrid to exchange electric power from distributed generators installed in residential houses}. Electrical Engineering in Japan (English translation of Denki Gakkai Ronbunshi). 172:28–41.
Kakigano H, Miura Y, Ise T, Momose T, Hayakawa H.  2008.  Fundamental characteristics of DC microgrid for residential houses with cogeneration system in each house. IEEE Power and Energy Society 2008 General Meeting: Conversion and Delivery of Electrical Energy in the 21st Century, PES. :1–8.
Kakigano H, Hiraiwa T, Fujiwara H, Miura Y, Ise T.  2012.  An analysis method of a DC microgrid using hardware-in-the-loop simulation. Control and Modeling for Power Electronics (COMPEL), 2012 IEEE 13th Workshop on. :1–6.
Kabeel A.E., Arunkumar T., Denkenberger D.C., Sathyamurthy R.  2017.  {Performance enhancement of solar still through efficient heat exchange mechanism – A review}. Applied Thermal Engineering. 114:815–836.
Kabeel A.E., Omara Z.M., Essa F.A., Abdullah A.S..  2016.  {Solar still with condenser – A detailed review}. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 59:839–857.
Kabeel A.E., Hamed MH, Omara Z.M., Kandeal A.W..  2016.  {Solar air heaters: Design configurations, improvement methods and applications – A detailed review}. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
Kabeel A.E., Arunkumar T., Denkenberger D.C., Sathyamurthy R.  2017.  {Performance enhancement of solar still through efficient heat exchange mechanism – A review}. Applied Thermal Engineering. 114:815–836.
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Justo JJohn, Mwasilu F, Lee J, Jung J-W.  2013.  {AC-microgrids versus DC-microgrids with distributed energy resources: A review}. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 24:387–405.
Justo JJohn, Mwasilu F, Lee J, Jung J-W.  2013.  AC-microgrids versus DC-microgrids with distributed energy resources: A review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 24:387–405.
Justo JJohn, Mwasilu F, Lee J, Jung JWoo.  2013.  AC-microgrids versus DC-microgrids with distributed energy resources: A review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 24:387–405.
Jovcic D, van Hertem D, Linden K, Taisne J-P, Grieshaber W.  2011.  Feasibility of DC transmission networks. 2011 2nd IEEE PES International Conference and Exhibition on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies. :1–8.
Jovcic D.  2009.  Bidirectional, high-power DC transformer. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. 24:2276–2283.
Jovcic D.  2009.  {Bidirectional, high-power DC transformer}. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. 24:2276–2283.
Jovcic D, van Hertem D, Linden K, Taisne J-P, Grieshaber W.  2011.  {Feasibility of DC transmission networks}. 2011 2nd IEEE PES International Conference and Exhibition on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies. :1–8.
Jones K.  2013.  AC versus DC Power Distribution in the Data Center.
Jones K.  2013.  {AC versus DC Power Distribution in the Data Center}.
Jones DNelson.  2014.  Pittsburgh-region’s interest in solar energy is bright | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Jones DNelson.  2016.  {Aquaponics lab debuts Downtown as urban farming project | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette}. Post-Gazette.
Jones DNelson.  2016.  {Millvale, Etna: Rediscovered river towns}. Post-Gazette.
Jones DNelson.  2014.  {Pittsburgh-region's interest in solar energy is bright | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette}. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Jones DNelson.  2016.  {Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Homewood greenhouse powered by sun-sourced DC current | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette}. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Johnson S.  2015.  {Inside (literally) wind turbines meant to work at the South Pole—and Mars | Ars Technica}. Ars Technica.
Johnson S.  2015.  {Inside (literally) wind turbines meant to work at the South Pole—and Mars | Ars Technica}. Ars Technica.

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