Mehdi Ehsan

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—This paper presents the application of Information Gap Decision Theory (IGDT) to help the Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) in choosing the supplying resources for meeting the demand of their customers. The three main energy resources are pool market, Distributed Generations (DGs) and the bilateral contracts. In deregulated environment, the DNO is(More)
This paper attempted to control a hybrid DC microgrid in islanded operation mode using decentralized power management strategies. Proposed adaptive I/V characteristic for hybrid photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage system (BESS) and wind turbine generator (WTG) adapts the distributed energy resources (DER) behavior independently in accordance with(More)
We propose novel techniques to find the optimal location, size, and power factor of distributed generation (DG) to achieve the maximum loss reduction for distribution networks. Determining the optimal DG location and size is achieved simultaneously using the energy loss curves technique for a pre-selected power factor that gives the best DG operation. Based(More)
—There are a lot of parameters which are decisive in distribution loss management, such as demand value, energy price, etc. In this paper the cause-and-effect relationships among some of these variables are clearly described. The study demonstrates how a variable in the model will change, if an alteration in one of the other variables occurs. The power(More)
This paper presents a new method named " Life cycle model " for optimal placement of Distributed Generators in a distribution network. The impact of DG at the distribution level is investigated with an emphasis on active power losses and allocation for minimizing the cost of losses and capacity investment costs simultaneously. An application of the proposed(More)
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