Jasna Hivziefendic

Jasna Hivziefendic
International BURCH University · Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

PhD in Electrical Engineering

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January 2019 - present
International BURCH University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Associate professor Teaching the following courses: Circuit theory I and II, Power System Analysis, Energy Management, Renewable sources of Energy, Distribution systems
September 2015 - February 2019
International BURCH University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Courses: Circuit theory I and II, Power System Analysis, Distribution Systems, Energy Management
Education
September 2011 - September 2014
University of Tuzla
Field of study
  • Electrical engineering, Power Systema

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Publications (44)
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The Online Biomass Potential Atlas is a tool primarily intended for geo-visualisation of biomass data from the Biomass Potential Monitoring System in Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, its role does not have to end here. By developing a functional extension, it can offer an environment for the location analysis of potential biomass users and sources...
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The paper presents a method for the Distributed Generation (DG) allocation planning based on a multi-objective genetic algorithm for power loss reduction, voltage profile improvement and investment deferral. The problem is approached as a multi-objective, constrained optimization problem. The best trade-off among the candidate solutions from the Pa...
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The ascending trend in retail electricity prices since the first energy package is often blamed on the market reforms and the cost of a low carbon economy. The present study analyzes EU-28 statistical data on retail prices for the medium households and industries, for the years 2008-2017, a period of economic slowdown. We focus especially on six co...
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This paper presents a method for distributed generation (DG) allocation planning and investigates the extent to which system load and generation output uncertainties influence the final optimisation results. The problem is presented as a multiobjective constrained optimization problem in which the objective functions are power loss reduction and vo...
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Transient stability is very important for safety in the power system. In this paper transient stability analysis of a wind power generator connected to distribution network is presented. The analysis was performed on a model of a realistic 12-bus system. In order to improve transient response capabilities of the system, battery energy storage syste...
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With the decreasing reserves of conventional sources and the high emission of harmful gases caused by them, the inclusion of renewable energy sources in power system is increasing. However, to best utilize them, different site location criteria for PV generator installment need to be considered in the decision-making process. This paper presents Fu...
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To provide a stable operation of a standalone microgrid based on the photovoltaic system in the most efficient way, various mechanisms and control strategies need to be engaged simultaneously. Modeling, simulation, and analysis of the microgrid system composed of PV generator, battery energy storage system (BESS), and DC/AC converter are presented...
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A power system design is determined by transient conditions, rather than by steady state behavior, hence the significant attention is payed to the analysis of transients in long overhead lines (OHLs). There is an attempt to reduce the secondary arc current magnitude and the extinction time that is created by the stray and ground capacitance in thes...
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Photovoltaic PV solar systems continue to be one of the most promising and widely used renewable energy source. PV systems are increasing used as distributed generation technology connected to low voltage (LV) network. This paper investigates the influence of PV connection on voltage profile in LV network. This analysis includes scenarios with volt...
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This paper presents a fuzzy system for reliability-based power distribution network planning. The proposed Mamdani type fuzzy inference system with subsequent application of the Bellman-Zadeh decision-making method is used to evaluate the reliability of the power line feeders as criteria for power system planning. Unplanned outages of system compon...
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This paper investigates the influence of electric vehicle charging station variations for the cases with and without supplementary renewable sources integration, concentrating on symmetry and voltage stability of the network. The study was performed on a realistic low voltage network using is the load flow analysis in DigSILENT Power Factory softwa...
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Problemi realnog svijeta su po svojoj prirodi većinom višeciljni, to jest imaju više ciljeva koji moraju biti istovremeno zadovoljeni (optimizirani). Naučni pristup ovakvim problemima podrazumijeva njihovu postavku kroz matematički model uz korištenje odgovarajućih definicija. Višeciljnost problema može podrazumijevati različite konflikte. Uz egzis...
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Electrical power systems throughout the world experience an unprecedented transformation. One of the main motivation for this is a transition from conventional power generation technologies towards renewable energy sources (RES). This transformation has numerous positive effects on power systems, environment and social engagements on a global level...
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The increasing integration of renewable energy resources into distribution systems promotes microgrids as important and emerging network concept. The coordination control between the photovoltaic (PV) generator and the battery energy storage system (BESS) is required to provide a necessary amount of active power in the system. Method for voltage re...
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A large number of households facing difficulties in covering their energy costs and energy needs (around 11% in EU). The consequences of the energy poverty are financial problems, bad living conditions and health problems.
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Power systems around the world have undergone a number of important organizational, structural and technological changes over the past few decades; they are a direct consequence of the electricity market liberalization and transition from conventional energy conversion technologies towards renewable resources. These changes represent many advantage...
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Power systems have undergone a number of structural and technological changes over the past few decades, which are a direct consequence of the electricity market liberalisation. These changes represent many advantages as well as challenges for the DSO. The aim of this paper is to review the most important principles, objectives and technical criter...
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The use of Distributed Generation (DG) throughout the world increasing. DG siting and sizing is an important engineering consideration, which is inherently influenced by the system load and DG power output uncertainties. This paper presents research results of the uncertainty influence on DG allocation problem. This influence is investigated using...
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This paper presents a method for optimal multi objective capacitor placement in the medium voltage distribution network. The purpose of the proposed algorithm is to determine the optimal sites and sizes for capacitor installation in distribution network for power loss reduction and voltage profile improvements. The search for the set of candidate s...
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This paper introduces the distributed generation allocation problem (DGAP) from the point of view of objectives, constraints and methods used to formulate and solve the problem and presents the results of the theoretical and empirical research review conducted in this field of engineering. The first part of the paper presents the fundamental concep...
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This paper presents a new algorithm for distribution system reconstruction planning based on Mamdani type fuzzy inference and Bellman - Zadeh multi criteria decision making method. The proposed algorithm takes system attributes as inputs (number of customers served by renewed infrastructure, energy losses, power demand and cost of investment) and r...
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Power generated by the Distributed Generator (DG) must satisfy high quality standards and ensure compatibility with network operation and customer supply requirements. The power system needs to maintain stable operating conditions and continue to meet customer load demand for the entire range of generations. This paper presents results of investiga...
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Transformers represent the largest part of capital investment in power system. In addition, power transformer outages have a considerable economic impact on the operation of an electrical network [1]. Application of nonlinear loads in recent decades, such as power electronic loads, caused higher levels of harmonic. This kind of load can lead to cre...
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This paper presents an algorithm for Distributed Generation (DG) allocation planning, using fuzzy set theory and fuzzy multi criteria decision making based on the Bellman-Zadeh method. The proposed model considers power losses and investment deferral values on one side (goals) and line currents, node voltages and short circuit power values on the o...
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This paper presents a fuzzy system for management of the power distribution network reconstruction process. The proposed system is based on Mamdani type fuzzy inference which is used to model reconstruction criteria. The system considers number of customers, rate of failure and age of distribution lines as input variables and provides output values...
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Uncertainty is one of the most important factors which contributes to the complexity of the power system operation and management. This paper presents some of the most important uncertainty modelling techniques and compares their advantages and disadvantage. In particular, this paper focuses on identification, classification and comparison of uncer...
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This paper presents a method to solve electrical network reconfiguration problem in the presence of distributed generation (DG) with an objective of minimizing real power loss and energy not supplied function in distribution system. A method based on NSGA II multi-objective algorithm is used to simultaneously minimize two objective functions and to...
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This paper discusses the problem of finding the optimal network topological configuration by changing the feeder status. The reconfiguration problem is considered as a multiobjective problem aiming to minimize power losses and total interruptions costs subject to the system constraints: the network radiality voltage limits and feeder capability lim...
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Due to commercialization of photovoltaics in residential market as well as renewable energy sources grid integrations, power electronics is more widely used in preparation of grid parameters due to better performance during disturbances as well as reduced cost in maintenance and better failure predictions. Unfortunately, due to the switching nature...
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Due to raising popularity of renewable and hybrid grid tied power systems as well as commercialization of photovoltaic in residential market, power electronics is more widely used in preparation of grid parameters due to better performance during disturbances as well as reduced cost in maintenance and better failure predictions in large wind farm...
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Raising popularity of renewable and hybrid grid tied power systems, automotive industry focus on electrical drivetrain, as well as renewable sources grid integration with use of power electronics in preparation of electrical parameters due to better performance during disturbances as well as reduced cost in maintenance and better failure prediction...
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Distribution system planning represents one of the key components in providing of consumer demand for power supply, from its technical as well as economic aspect. Continued pressure from the consumers for power and energy, seen in their growing requests for increased safety of power supply, improved reliability, increased quality of electrical ener...
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Distribution network planning conditions have been significantly changed with restructuring of electrical power industry. During the last ten years, genetic algorithms applications in power distribution system planning problems have received increasing attention. This paper presents application of non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm (NSGA ll) t...
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Reconfiguration of the electrical distribution networks represents one of the current problems as well as the activity which is being used for the planning and operation of distribution networks. The problem is considered as a multi-objective problem for finding the optimal network topological configuration. Due to its complexity, the meta heuristi...
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Abstract: Power distribution system planning is multiobjective optimization problem which can be solved by genetic algorithm. This paper present mathematical model of the planning problem formulated to minimize simultaneously both costs and reliability functions. Furthermore, the problem has some constraints. A principle of multiobjective genetic a...

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The objective of this project is to investigate various aspects of generator grid integration issues, including code compliance, efficiency improvement and dynamic response issues and capabilities under three phase symmetrical fault conditions.