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Roscoe, Andrew and Jackson, Gordon and Elders, Ian and McCarthy, J. and Burt, Graeme; (2012) Demonstration of sustained and useful converter responses during balanced and unbalanced faults in microgrids. In: Electrical systems for aircraft, railway and ship propulsion (ESARS), 2012. Proceedings. IEEE, GBR. ISBN 9781467313704

Aitken, Colin and Berger, Charles E. H. and Buckleton, John S. and Champod, Christophe and Curran, James and Dawid, A. P. and Evett, Ian W. and Gill, Peter and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Joaquin and Jackson, Graham and Kloosterman, Ate and Lovelock, Tina and Lucy, David and Margot, Pierre and McKenna, Louise and Meuwly, Didier and Neumann, Cedric and Daeid, Niamh Nic and Nordgaard, Anders and Puch-Solis, Roberto and Rasmusson, Birgitta and Redmayne, Mike and Roberts, Paul and Robertson, Bernard and Roux, Claude and Sjerps, Marjan J. and Taroni, Franco and Tjin-A-Tsoi, Tjark and Vignaux, G. A. and Willis, Sheila M. and Zadora, Grzegorz (2011) Expressing evaluative opinions : a position statement. Science and Justice, 51 (1). pp. 1-2. ISSN 1355-0306

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