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Sara Armstrong
Sara Armstrong
Electrical Research Fellow, University College Cork
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A thermal model for photovoltaic panels under varying atmospheric conditions
S Armstrong, WG Hurley
Applied thermal engineering 30 (11-12), 1488-1495, 2010
7402010
A stand-alone photovoltaic supercapacitor battery hybrid energy storage system
ME Glavin, PKW Chan, S Armstrong, WG Hurley
2008 13th International power electronics and motion control conference …, 2008
4032008
A new methodology to optimise solar energy extraction under cloudy conditions
S Armstrong, WG Hurley
Renewable energy 35 (4), 780-787, 2010
1782010
Comparison of battery charging algorithms for stand alone photovoltaic systems
S Armstrong, ME Glavin, WG Hurley
2008 IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 1469-1475, 2008
1012008
Investigating the effectiveness of maximum power point tracking for a solar system
S Armstrong, WG Hurley
2005 IEEE 36th Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 204-209, 2005
592005
Developing smartphone applications for people with Alzheimer's disease
N Armstrong, CD Nugent, G Moore, DD Finlay
Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Information …, 2010
542010
Self-regulating maximum power point tracking for solar energy systems
S Armstrong, WG Hurley
39th International Universities Power Engineering Conference, 2004. UPEC …, 2004
542004
Assessing the impact of the grid-connected pacific marine energy center wave farm
S Armstrong, E Cotilla-Sanchez, T Kovaltchouk
IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics 3 (4 …, 2015
372015
Investigation of the harmonic response of a photovoltaic system with a solar emulator
S Armstrong, CK Lee, WG Hurley
2005 European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications, 8 pp.-P. 8, 2005
352005
Wave farm flicker severity: Comparative analysis and solutions
T Kovaltchouk, S Armstrong, A Blavette, HB Ahmed, B Multon
Renewable Energy 91, 32-39, 2016
262016
Feasibility and patient perceptions of video declarations regarding end-of-life decisions by hospitalized patients
LM Quintiliani, JE Murphy, P Buitron de la Vega, KR Waite, SE Armstrong, ...
Journal of palliative medicine 21 (6), 766-772, 2018
202018
Survey on demand side sensitivity to power quality in Ireland
JA Rea, J Herring, M Sopoćko, P Dempsey, S Armstrong
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 83, 495-504, 2016
132016
Effect of wave farm aggregation on power system stability
S Armstrong, D Mollaghan, R Alcorn
2014 IEEE 5th International Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed …, 2014
122014
Optimal power aggregation methods for marine renewable energy converters; a combined economic and reliability approach
LM Macadré, F McAuliffe, O Keysan, M Donovan, S Armstrong, J Murphy, ...
Proceedings of the 11th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC …, 2015
72015
Lessons learned using electrical research test infrastructures to address the electrical challenges faced by ocean energy developers
S Armstrong, J Rea, FX Faÿ, E Robles
International Journal of Marine Energy 12, 46-62, 2015
62015
An initialisation methodology for ocean energy converter dynamic models in power system simulation tools
S Armstrong, D Mollaghan, A Blavette, D O'Sullivan
2012 47th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2012
22012
Electrical Design Considerations for Islanded Power Platform for Wave Energy Test Sites
J Rea, DB Murray, K Leyne, S Armstrong
the Proc. of the 11th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, 2015
12015
SEAGRID: A New Dynamic Modelling Tool for Power System Analysis of Ocean Energy Devices
D Mollaghan, S Armstrong, A Blavette, R Alcorn
4th International Conference on Ocean Energy, 2012
12012
FEASIBILITY AND PATIENT PERCEPTIONS OF VIDEO DECLARATIONS REGARDING END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS BY HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
LM Quintiliani, J Murphy, PB de la Vega, KR Waite, SE Armstrong, ...
ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 51, S1504-S1505, 2017
2017
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