Mehrdad Setayesh Nazar
Mehrdad Setayesh Nazar
Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Shahid Beheshti University
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Multiobjective electric distribution system expansion planning using hybrid energy hub concept
MS Nazar, MR Haghifam
Electric Power Systems Research 79 (6), 899-911, 2009
Arbitrage strategy of virtual power plants in energy, spinning reserve and reactive power markets
H Nezamabadi, MS Nazar
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 10 (3), 750-763, 2016
Optimal day ahead scheduling of combined heat and power units with electrical and thermal storage considering security constraint of power system
M Kia, MS Nazar, MS Sepasian, A Heidari, P Siano
Energy 120, 241-252, 2017
Optimal scheduling of distribution systems considering multiple downward energy hubs and demand response programs
A Bostan, MS Nazar, M Shafie-Khah, JPS Catal„o
Energy 190, 116349, 2020
Microgrid architectures, control and protection methods
NM Tabatabaei, E Kabalci, N Bizon
Springer 468, pp. 491-508, 2019
Distributed energy resource and network expansion planning of a CCHP based active microgrid considering demand response programs
F Varasteh, MS Nazar, A Heidari, M Shafie-khah, JPS Catal„o
Energy 172, 79-105, 2019
Hybrid model using three-stage algorithm for simultaneous load and price forecasting
MS Nazar, AE Fard, A Heidari, M Shafie-khah, JPS Catal„o
Electric Power Systems Research 165, 214-228, 2018
Electric distribution network planning
F Shahnia, A Arefi, G Ledwich
Electric distribution network planning 400, pp. 115-142, 2018
Probabilistic voltage stability assessment of distribution networks with wind generation using combined cumulants and maximum entropy method
MT Kenari, MS Sepasian, MS Nazar
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 95, 96-107, 2018
Power Systems Resilience
NM Tabatabaei, SN Ravadanegh, N Bizon
Switzerland: Springer 456, pp. 193-222, 2018
An efficient linear model for optimal day ahead scheduling of CHP units in active distribution networks considering load commitment programs
M Kia, MS Nazar, MS Sepasian, A Heidari, P Siano
Energy 139, 798-817, 2017
A scenario driven multiobjective primary–secondary distribution system expansion planning algorithm in the presence of wholesale–retail market
MS Nazar, MR Haghifam, M Nažar
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 40 (1), 29-45, 2012
Combined cumulants and Laplace transform method for probabilistic load flow analysis
M Tourandaz Kenari, MS Sepasian, MS Nazar, HA Mohammadpour
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 11 (14), 3548-3556, 2017
Optimal resilient operation of multi-carrier energy systems in electricity markets considering distributed energy resource aggregators
H Zakernezhad, MS Nazar, M Shafie-khah, JPS Catal„o
Applied Energy 299, 117271, 2021
Combined heat and power units and network expansion planning considering distributed energy resources and demand response programs
S Qaeini, MS Nazar, F Varasteh, M Shafie-khah, JPS Catal„o
Energy conversion and management 211, 112776, 2020
Capacity withholding analysis in transmission-constrained electricity markets
S Salarkheili, MS Nazar
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution, 1-9, 2015
Hierarchical framework for optimal operation of multiple microgrids considering demand response programs
MS Misaghian, M Saffari, M Kia, MS Nazar, A Heidari, M Shafie-khah, ...
Electric power systems research 165, 199-213, 2018
Participation of virtual power plants in energy market with optimal bidding based on Nash-SFE equilibrium strategy and considering interruptible load
H Nezamabadi, P Nezamabadi, MS Nazar, GB Gharehpetian
The 3rd Conference on Thermal Power Plants, 1-6, 2011
Multi-level optimization framework for resilient distribution system expansion planning with distributed energy resources
H Zakernezhad, MS Nazar, M Shafie-khah, JPS Catalao
Energy 214, 118807, 2021
Hosting Capacity for Smart Power Grids
AF Zobaa, SHEA Aleem, SM Ismael, PF Ribeiro
Hosting, pp. 121-148, 2020
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