Pedro J. Cabrera Santana
Pedro J. Cabrera Santana
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Campus de Tafira s/n
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A review of measure-correlate-predict (MCP) methods used to estimate long-term wind characteristics at a target site
JA Carta, S Velázquez, P Cabrera
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 27, 362-400, 2013
Smart renewable energy penetration strategies on islands: The case of Gran Canaria
P Cabrera, H Lund, JA Carta
Energy 162, 421-443, 2018
Preliminary experimental analysis of a small-scale prototype SWRO desalination plant, designed for continuous adjustment of its energy consumption to the widely varying power …
JA Carta, J González, P Cabrera, VJ Subiela
Applied Energy 137, 222-239, 2015
Artificial neural networks applied to manage the variable operation of a simple seawater reverse osmosis plant
P Cabrera, JA Carta, J González, G Melián
Desalination 416, 140-156, 2017
Wind-driven SWRO desalination prototype with and without batteries: A performance simulation using machine learning models
P Cabrera, JA Carta, J González, G Melián
Desalination 435, 77-96, 2018
Large-scale optimal integration of wind and solar photovoltaic power in water-energy systems on islands
P Cabrera, JA Carta, H Lund, JZ Thellufsen
Energy Conversion and Management 235, 113982, 2021
Comparison of feature selection methods using ANNs in MCP-wind speed methods. A case study
JA Carta, P Cabrera, JM Matías, F Castellano
Applied Energy 158, 490-507, 2015
The MATLAB Toolbox for EnergyPLAN: A tool to extend energy planning studies
P Cabrera, H Lund, J Zinck Thellufsen, P Sorknæs
Science of Computer Programming, 2020
Towards robust investment decisions and policies in integrated energy systems planning: Evaluating trade-offs and risk hedging strategies for remote communities
MR Quitoras, P Cabrera, PE Campana, P Rowley, C Crawford
Energy Conversion and Management 229, 113748, 2021
Feasibility analysis of wind and solar powered desalination plants: An application to islands
D Borge-Diez, FJ García-Moya, P Cabrera-Santana, E Rosales-Asensio
Science of the Total Environment 764, 142878, 2021
Optimal sizing of stand-alone wind-powered seawater reverse osmosis plants without use of massive energy storage
JA Carta, P Cabrera
Applied Energy 304, 2021
Wind energy powered desalination systems
J González, P Cabrera, JA Carta
Desalination: Water from Water, 567-646, 2019
Design and performance simulation comparison of a wave energy-powered and wind-powered modular desalination system
P Cabrera, M Folley, JA Carta
Desalination 514, 115173, 2021
Wind technology design and reverse osmosis systems for off-grid and grid-connected applications
E Tzen, K Rossis, J González, P Cabrera, B Peñate, V Subiela
Renewable Energy Technologies for Water Desalination, 2017
Reduced desalination carbon footprint on islands with weak electricity grids. The case of Gran Canaria
P Cabrera, JA Carta, C Matos, E Rosales-Asensio, H Lund
Applied Energy 358, 122564, 2024
A New Control Algorithm to Increase the Stability of Wind–Hydro Power Plants in Isolated Systems: El Hierro as a Case Study
A Marrero, J González, JA Carta, P Cabrera
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 11 (2), 2023
Non-linear regression modelling to estimate the global warming potential of a newspaper
A Lozano, P Cabrera, AM Blanco-Marigorta
Entropy 22 (5), 590, 2020
Computational Intelligence in the Desalination Industry
P Cabrera, JA Carta
Computational Intelligence and Optimization Methods for Control Engineering …, 2019
Smart energy system approach validated by electrical analysis for electric vehicle integration in islands
A Jiménez, P Cabrera, JF Medina, PA Østergaard, H Lund
Energy Conversion and Management 302, 118121, 2024
Experimental analysis of the minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis technique applied with non-locking screws and screw locking elements
A Yánez, A Cuadrado, PJ Cabrera, Ó Martel, G Garcés
Medical Engineering & Physics, 2014
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