Hassan Haes Alhelou

Hassan Haes Alhelou
Monash University (Australia)

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Introduction
H.H. Alhelou received the B.Sc. (Hons.) degree in elec. eng. from Tishreen University, Lattakia, Syria, the M.Sc. (Hons.) degree in elec. eng. from Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, and the Ph.D. degree in elec. eng. from Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran. Website: https://sites.google.com/site/hassanhaesalhelou Please see our publications on: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=UsW61eAAAAAJ&hl=en
Additional affiliations
April 2021 - present
Sultan Qaboos University
Position
  • Consultant
November 2020 - present
University College Dublin
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Description
  • Power Systems
October 2020 - November 2021
Isfahan University of Technology
Position
  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (261)
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This paper proposes a novel, unknown input functional observer based optimal load frequency control approach for real world complex nonlinear power systems. In the proposed control approach, the control signal applied to each power plant is directly estimated via the well-designed functional observer. The proposed functional dynamic estimator is ab...
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This paper proposes a novel, fully decentralized load frequency control (LFC) approach based on dynamic state estimation (DSE). The proposed approach employs an unknown input observer (UIO) for each power system area for tracking the dynamic states in real time operation. In order to achieve the fully decentralized control approach, the demand fluc...
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Cyberattacks against measured variables and faulty metering devices are among the most important threats to modern systems that should be detected and isolated, and the control actions based on the measured variables should be appropriate in order to keep the power system security. This paper proposes a dynamic state estimation based cyberattack to...
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The paper proposes a technique for the on-line estimation of Th\'{e}venin equivalent (TE) which only needs the present phasor measurements. The technique is based on the wide-area measurements including voltage and current phasors of the system loads and synchronous generators, so that it can simultaneously estimate TE of the system seen from the i...
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Call for book chapters: More details are available at https://easychair.org/cfp/psc2022 Proposal submission deadline: 4 March 2022
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Multi-heterogeneous energy (MHE) system includes both energy systems: regional-level and park-level. Energy hub station (EHS) is the energy interaction hub between regional-level energy system and park-level energy users. In order to achieve the multi-energy optimal dispatching, it is very essential to properly coordinate the lean modeling and fast...
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The goal of any well‐established deregulated power sector is to satisfy their customer by delivering the power with maintaining the best quality at a reasonable price. This paper presents the impression of the wind farm (WF) and compressed air energy storage (CAES) hybrid systems in the congested deregulated power system. The main motto of this wor...
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The main aim of this book is to provide information on smart meters starting from their background, structure, and architectural requirements for their applications in smart grid, in different sectors. The book deals with data handling challenges, technologies used to mitigate this, and future applications of smart metering. The advanced architectu...
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A compact DC-DC converter is required as an auxiliary power module in Electric Vehicles (EVs) to power the onboard electric motor and other auxiliaries. Most of the existing multi-port converters have limitations on duty ratio, charging currents of the inductor (iL1>iL2 or iL1<iL2), output voltages (V01>V02 or V01<V02), and the issue of cross-regul...
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The steady increase in the energy demand and the growing carbon footprint has forced electricity‐based utilities to shift from their use of non‐renewable energy sources to renewable energy sources. Furthermore, there has been an increase in the integration of renewable energy sources in the electric grid. Hence, one needs to manage the energy consu...
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The integration of various types of renewable energy sources and storage systems into power system increases the complexity of the conventional power system, necessitating a comprehensive optimal power flow analysis with multiple and/or competing objectives. From this viewpoint, the paper proposes optimal utilization of different power system entit...
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A two-stage adaptive robust optimization is developed for pre-disturbance scheduling in microgrids (MGs) for handling uncertainties associated with electricity market prices, renewable generation, demand forecasts, and islanding events. The objective is to produce a reliable and optimal solution for MG operation that minimizes operational costs and...
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Iran is one of the most potent energy exporters and fastest‐growing energy consumers in the world. Its large amount of energy exported can directly impact the economy of importer countries. Iran's energy matrix mostly consists of hydrocarbons, while the remaining portion is compounded by a blend of biofuels, hydropower, wind, solar, and other renew...
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The integration of large-scale wind farms creates significant uncertainty and remarkable technical challenges for power systems due to their intermittency. Comprehensive wind power dependence structure modeling is essential for uncertainty management in the optimal operation of modern power systems with many wind farms. This paper presents an effic...
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A relative assessment on conventional and adaptive current controllers used in reduced sensor‐maximum power point tracking (MPPT) based photovoltaic (PV)‐grid tied inverter systems for the improvement of system power quality is suggested. The steady‐state and transients errors produced in the conventional PI and proportional resonant controllers, w...
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The quality of power generation from various energy sources is essential for industrial and household applications. To achieve the quality of power by minimizing the total harmonic distortion (THD) through multi‐level inverters (MLIs) is an attractive solution. MLIs have tremendous performance against %THD and electromagnetic interference (EMI) iss...
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Advances in technology and population growth are two factors responsible for increasing electricity consumption, which directly increases the production of electrical energy. Additionally, due to environmental, technical and economic constraints, it is challenging to meet demand at certain hours, such as peak hours. Therefore, it is necessary to ma...
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The increase in penetration of large‐scale renewable generation significantly affects power system characteristics. Thus, it is necessary to assess the steady state and dynamic performance of a power system for different installing scenarios of renewable power plants such as photovoltaic (PV) ones. The paper specifically investigates the impacts of...
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In this paper, a Data-Driven Adaptive Control (DDAC) technique is proposed for the Automatic Generation Control (AGC) problem of an interconnected power grid subject to Deception Attack (DA). The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the advancement of communication technologies have provided an opportunity for power system operators and de...
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The design of an efficient techno‐economic autonomous fuel cell hybrid electric vehicle (FCHEV) is a crucial challenge. This paper investigates the design of a near optimal PI controller for an automated FCHEV, where autonomy is expressed as efficient and robust tracking of a given reference speed trajectory without driver's intervention. An impart...
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The automotive industry is marching towards cleaner energy in the impending future. The need for cleaner energy is promoted by the government to a large degree in the global market in order to reduce pollution. Automobiles contribute to an upper scale in regard to the level of pollution in the environment. For cleaner energy in automobiles, the ind...
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Demand forecasting is an essential stage in the plan and management of resources for water and electrical utilities. With the emerging of the concept of water-energy nexus and the dependence of both resources on each other, intelligent approaches are needed for such resources’ prediction in smart communities. Over the past few decades, extensive re...
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The explosive demand for electricity and ecological concerns has necessitated the operation of power networks in a more cost-effective approach. In recent years, the integration of combined heat and power units has presented a potential answer to these problems; nevertheless, a new difficult challenge has emerged: finding an optimal solution for si...
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Abstract Being a renewable influenced utility grid, the wind integrated hydrothermal system (WHTS) is considered as a future‐proof and contemporary energy system to reduce the dependency on depleting fossil fuels. However, due to intermittent nature of wind energy and complex operational constraints, offering the day‐ahead operation schedule of WHT...
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The reliability of the photovoltaic models is strongly reliant on their parameters, which are primarily determined by the optimization algorithm and the objective function. As a result, obtaining the parameters under different environmental conditions is critical for increasing their performance, reliability and significantly lowering cost. Many op...
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Partial Discharge (PD) is one of the symptoms of an electrical insulation problem, and its permanence can lead to the complete deterioration of the electrical insulation in high-voltage equipment such as power transformers. The acoustic emission (AE) method is a well-known technique used to detect and localize PD activity inside oil-filled transfor...
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The microgrid (MG) is a complicated cyber-physical system that operates based on interactions between physical processes and computational components, which make it vulnerable to varied cyber-attacks. In this paper, the impact of data integrity attack (DIA) has been considered, as one of the most dangerous cyber threats to MGs, on the steady-state...
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This paper inspects customer multi-carrier microgrid deployments' techno-economic viability and assists investors in deciding whether or not to invest in multi-carrier microgrid installations equipped with smart demand-side technologies. The solution of the proposed model determines the optimal mix and size of distributed energy resources, and iden...
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The balance of renewable-energy-based power systems has witnessed significant importance particularly with their rapid integration within these systems. Therefore, the optimal sizing of Energy Storage Systems (ESS) in Hybrid Power Systems (HPSs) based on Renewable Energy (RE) becomes of particular interest for both power system and control communiti...
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Dear Authors: I’m honored to inform that you have been awarded CSEE JPES Excellent Paper Award !Congratulations! Please see attachment for digital certificate. Through all your help and unremitting efforts, CSEE JPES have made rapid and brilliant progress in 2021. 1. SCI Impact factor: 3.938, ↑26.4%,discipline ranking: 62, ↑22 places higher,Q1 divi...
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The increase in electric power demand pushes the modern power system for more interconnected networks. It leads to a lack of inertia and creates more critical disturbances in the power system. When this oscillation isn't damped out, it results in cascade tripping. Immediate detection of low-frequency oscillatory modes and their parameters will help...
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Non-uniform irradiation levels also have a negative impact on solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, forcing them to increase their power losses. Each PV array row has different current generation levels due to the effect of partial shading conditions (PSCs) and eventually has multiple power maxima, e.g. global maximum power point (GMPP) and local maximu...
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Modeling and optimization of energy management systems for micro and mini grids play an important role in the fields of energy generation dispatch, peak demand confliction with grid security and maintained the flexibility of the mini and micro grid system. A large number of models and optimization algorithms are applied to model and optimize energy...
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Active power losses of distribution systems are higher than transmission ones, in which these losses affect the distribution operational costs directly. One of the efficient and effective methods for power losses reduction is distribution system reconfiguration (DSR). In this way, the network configuration is changed based on a specific power deman...
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Electrical industry is restructured in many parts of the world. Under this new structure, power sector is working under market forces. Its structure is transformed from regulated (government controlled) to deregulated (market-controlled) one. The whole power sector is divided into three basic entities, i.e., generation company (GENCO), transmission...
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Feeder reconfiguration is an effective way to reduce power losses of distribution network. In this way, configuration of distribution system is changed in order to achieve possible minimum losses, while electricity demand of consumers has to be provided. Consumers' power demand has an important role in feeder reconfiguration because any change in d...
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This paper made an attempt to put forward the comparative performance analysis of different energy storage devices (ESDs), such as redox flow batteries (RFBs), superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) device and ultra-capacitors (UCs), in the combined frequency and voltage stabilization of a multi-area interconnected power system (MAIPS). The...
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https://www.appleacademicpress.com/deregulated-electricity-market-the-smart-grid-perspective/9781774638439 Energy demand will increase by 70% by the year of 2030, and with the continual day-by-day depletion of traditional energy sources, there is a vast need to continue the development of dependable renewable energy sources that are locally availa...
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The quality of power generation from various energy sources is essential for industrial and household applications. To achieve the quality of power by minimizing the total harmonic distortion (THD) through multilevel inverters (MLIs) is an attractive solution. Multilevel inverters have tremendous performance in terms of THD and electromagnetic inte...
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This chapter examines the modeling and simulation of energy storage (battery, flywheel, etc.) systems interfaced to the power grid by using power electronic device, like chopper module, Rectifier module, and filter circuits, which are essential to the load balance between supply and demand, and to eliminate harmonics and to ensure efficient, cost e...
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In order to make significant progress in the operation of power systems and minimizing cost and air pollution, multi-carrier energy systems based on the economic and emission problem have been proposed by implementing various solutions and using different sources. In this study, an energy hub (EH) system includes a wind turbine (WT), photovoltaic (...
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Power conversion efficiency is the most important factor to be considered in PV systems because it is affected by various environmental conditions. The effect of partial shading is the most influenced factor in the reduction of power output. Various research schemes like Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT), array configuration scheme, reconfigurati...
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Grid integration of renewable energy (RE) power in the network transmission utilities creates problems of voltage variations. This is due to the requirement that the power is to be utilized as and when generation is available from the RE power plants. Further, the uncertain and variable nature of the RE generations also affects the voltage quality...
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Multiport converters play a significant role in portable electronic and electric vehicle (EV) applications. In literature, different configurations of single-input multi-output (SIMO) converters are presented. Most of the SIMO converters generate the outputs with operating constraints on the duty ratio and charging of inductors. The cross-regulatio...
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A high step-up PWM non-isolated dc–dc converter with soft switching is proposed in this paper. The converter has minimum auxiliary elements to achieve high power density and high voltage gain. The ZVS operation of the main power switch results in negligible capacitive turn-on losses. Since the duty cycle of the auxiliary switch is narrow and its op...
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The growing Indian economy calls for the urgent need to review the ways and means to conserve energy consumed by the industrial sector. As a part of fulfilling the objective, the Government of India has made it mandatory to conduct periodic energy audits in the bulk industrial sector to be followed up with a practical implementation of energy conse...
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In Tied Uncompleted Parallel (TUP) line, locating faults via single-ended fault location algorithm leads to a considerable final error yielding unacceptable outage time. On the other hand, utilizing modern techniques such as Two-ended Protection method, in these temporarily transmission lines are not economically justified. This paper proposes a re...
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This paper presents an accomplishment of Load Frequency Control (LFC) under deregulated environment using Imperialistic Competition Algorithm (ICA) based Dual Mode Controller (DMC). The Capacitive Energy Storage (CES) and Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC) have been successfully used to improve the performance of the system dynamics. The...
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This paper proposes a closed-loop and implements some metaheuristic optimization approaches to regulate an unstable active magnetic bearing (AMB) system. First of all, a hardware model of an AMB is fabricated in the laboratory. Mathematical analysis is carried out and a linearized open-loop transfer function is obtained for an equilibrium point of...
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Increasing emission concerns about greenhouse gases have led to an increasing tendency to use renewable energy sources (RERs) in the power system. Nevertheless, the probabilistic nature of RERs has led to an enhanced require to flexibility provision. Hence, it is necessary to implement a flexibility-based generation maintenance scheduling. For this...
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This paper proposes a new Multi-Objective Equilibrium Optimizer (MOEO) to handle complex optimization problems, including real-world engineering design optimization problems. The Equilibrium Optimizer (EO) is a recently reported physics-based metaheuristic algorithm, and it has been inspired by the models used to predict equilibrium state and dynam...
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This paper presents a robust model predictive control (RMPC) method with a new mixed H2/H∞ linear time-varying state feedback design. In addition, we propose a linear parameter-varying model for inverters in a microgrid (MG), in which disturbances and uncertainty are considered, where the inverters connect in parallel to renewable energy sources (R...
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The performance of the solar photovoltaic system is affected by the unpredictable phenomenon of partial shading. This causes the mismatch losses that suppress the power generation of healthy PV modules in it. The objective of the proposed work in this paper is to bring out the maximum power from each PV module in the PV array by reducing the mismat...
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The high penetration of renewable energy sources in modern power systems introduces opportunities and challenges to power system operators. The frequency, which is a global variable in power systems, is being affected due to the increase of the renewable energy shares. This paper suggests dynamic models of power systems for assessing the frequency...
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In acknowledgment of the devastating consequences of environmental deterioration, the Mediterranean members are committed to adopt the 2015 treaty action plans of the Paris Climate Agreement (COP21) as carbon dioxide emission (CO2) are on the rise in the Mediterranean region, which seems to be a serious challenge to our world’s environment. To this...