Jinning WangUniversity of Tennessee | UTK · Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Master of Science
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Jinning Wang is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA, advised by Prof. Fangxing Li. His research interests include Data Mining, Power System Modeling, and Renewable Integration.
June 2020 - July 2025
University of Tennessee
Field of study
- Electrical Engineering
May 2019 - May 2020
University of West Florida
Field of study
- Data Science
This paper proposes a decentralized and coordinated voltage and frequency (V-f) control framework for islanded microgrids, with full consideration of the limited capacity of distributed energy resources (DERs) and V-f dependent load. First, the concept of DER inadequacy is illustrated with the challenges it poses. Then, a decentralized and coordina...
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Supplementary Information to Electricity Consumption Variation versus Economic Structure during COVID-19 on Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the US
This paper introduces the messaging environment and the geographical visualization tool of the CURENT Large-scale Testbed (LTB) that can be used for large-scale power system closed-loop simulation. First, Distributed Messaging Environment (DiME) implements an asynchronous shared workspace to enable high-concurrent data exchange. Second, Another Gri...
The outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has resulted in changes in productivity and daily life patterns, and as a result electricity consumption (EC) has also shifted. In this paper, we construct estimates of EC changes at the metropolitan level across the continental U.S., including total EC and residential EC during the initial two m...
This paper proposes a new concept called virtual inertia scheduling (VIS) to efficiently handle the high penetration of inverter-based resources (IBRs). VIS is an inertia management framework that targets security-constrained and economy-oriented inertia scheduling and generation dispatch of power systems with a large scale of renewable generations...
This paper proposed a decentralized and coordinated voltage and frequency control framework for islanded microgrids, with full consideration of the limited capacity of distributed energy resources and Vf dependent load. First, we provide a comprehensive discussion of the DER inadequacy concept and the challenges it poses. Then, a decentralized and...
—This paper investigates the impacts of electric vehicles (EVs) on power system frequency regulation based on an open-source transmission-and-distribution (T&D) dynamic cosimulation framework. The development of an EV dynamic model based on an Western Electricity Coordinating Council dynamic model is introduced first, then the T&D dynamic co-simula...
Within the deregulation process of distribution systems, the distribution locational marginal price (DLMP) provides effective market signals for future unit investment. In that context, this paper proposes a two-stage stochastic bilevel programming (TS-SBP) model for investors to best allocate battery energy storage systems (BESSs). The first stage...
High penetration of converter-interfaced renewable energy resources will significantly change the swing dynamics between synchronous generators (SGs) in future power systems. This article examines the impact of high converter penetration on wave-like disturbance propagation arising from sudden generator and load losses in radial (1-D) and meshed (2...