Daniel (Mehdi) Eghbal
Daniel (Mehdi) Eghbal
Adjunct Research Fellow, The University of Queensland; Future Network Strategy Engineer, Energex
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FACTS devices allocation with control coordination considering congestion relief and voltage stability
RS Wibowo, N Yorino, M Eghbal, Y Zoka, Y Sasaki
IEEE transactions on power systems 26 (4), 2302-2310, 2011
1482011
Customer behavior based demand response model
PT Baboli, M Eghbal, MP Moghaddam, H Aalami
2012 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 1-7, 2012
652012
Modelling demand response aggregator behavior in wind power offering strategies
N Mahmoudi, TK Saha, M Eghbal
Applied energy 133, 347-355, 2014
592014
Present status and future trends in enabling demand response programs
PT Baboli, MP Moghaddam, M Eghbal
2011 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 1-6, 2011
422011
Transmission expansion planning by meta-heuristic techniques: a comparison of shuffled frog leaping algorithm, PSO and GA
M Eghbal, TK Saha, KN Hasan
2011 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 1-8, 2011
372011
Multi-load level reactive power planning considering slow and fast VAR devices by means of particle swarm optimisation
M Eghbal, N Yorino, EE El-Araby, Y Zoka
IET generation, transmission & distribution 2 (5), 743-751, 2008
352008
A new demand response scheme for electricity retailers
N Mahmoudi, TK Saha, M Eghbal
Electric Power Systems Research 108, 144-152, 2014
342014
Wind power offering strategy in day-ahead markets: employing demand response in a two-stage plan
N Mahmoudi, TK Saha, M Eghbal
IEEE Transactions on Power systems 30 (4), 1888-1896, 2014
332014
Benefit-based expansion cost allocation for large scale remote renewable power integration into the Australian grid
KN Hasan, TK Saha, D Chattopadhyay, M Eghbal
Applied energy 113, 836-847, 2014
332014
Employing demand response in energy procurement plans of electricity retailers
N Mahmoudi, M Eghbal, TK Saha
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 63, 455-460, 2014
312014
Hybrid multi-terminal LCC HVDC with a VSC Converter: A case study of Simplified South East Australian system
MH Nguyen, TK Saha, M Eghbal
2012 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 1-8, 2012
292012
Application of metaheuristic methods to reactive power planning: a comparative study for GA, PSO and EPSO
M Eghbal, EE El-Araby, N Yorino, Y Zoka
2007 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 3755-3760, 2007
232007
FACTS devices allocation for congestion management considering voltage stability by means of MOPSO
RS Wibowo, N Yorino, M Eghbal, Y Zoka, Y Sasaki
2009 Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition: Asia and Pacific, 1-4, 2009
202009
Transient stability assessment as boundary value problem
A Priyadi, N Yorino, M Eghbal, Y Zoka, Y Sasaki, H Yasuda, H Kakui
2008 IEEE Canada Electric Power Conference, 1-6, 2008
192008
Demand response application by strategic wind power producers
N Mahmoudi, TK Saha, M Eghbal
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 31 (2), 1227-1237, 2015
172015
Review of transmission schemes and case studies for renewable power integration into the remote grid
KN Hasan, TK Saha, M Eghbal, D Chattopadhyay
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 18, 568-582, 2013
172013
Impact of high level of renewable energy penetration on inter-area oscillation
MH Nguyen, TK Saha, M Eghbal
AUPEC 2011, 1-6, 2011
152011
Utilizing demand response programs in day ahead generation scheduling for micro-grids with renewable sources
M Eghbal, TK Saha, N Mahmoudi-Kohan
2011 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, 1-6, 2011
142011
Renewable power penetration to remote grid-transmission configuration and net benefit analyses
KN Hasan, TK Saha, M Eghbal
2011 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, 1-8, 2011
142011
Investigation on the impact of hybrid multi-terminal HVDC system combining LCC and VSC technologies using system identification
MH Nguyen, TK Saha, M Eghbal
2012 22nd Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC), 1-6, 2012
122012
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