Mir Sayed Shah Danish

Mir Sayed Shah Danish
Nagoya University | Meidai · Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability (IMaSS)

Doctor of Engineering

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Additional affiliations
April 2018 - March 2022
University of the Ryukyus
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
April 2015 - March 2018
University of the Ryukyus
Field of study
  • Sustainable Energy

Publications

Publications (142)
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Even now, contemplation of an exhaustive roadmap to consider all aspects of well-management and efficient-conversion of MSW to sustainable energy in the 21st century has remained a central issue. Whereas, its generalizability in term of soil and underground water contamination, air pollution, and combating global warming is renowned a complex and p...
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The recent global trend in automation and smartness has boosted the need for innovation in microgrid that led to a renewed interest in researches and innovations in this context. This paper steers a plenary counseling and discussion in the context of microgrid planning and design for academia, industry, planners, utility operators, regulators, poli...
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A blackout can take place in entire power system or a part of the system due to extreme voltage instability (voltage collapse) that can appear abruptly. Instability prediction and continuous monitoring of the power system performance is, therefore, known exigent. This paper is conducted with a broad overview of the voltage stability indices, which...
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Bioenergy is a renewable energy source that saves from fossil fuel dependence. Therefore, it is important to increase the efficiency of bioenergy investments to create an environmentally sustainable energy supply. This paper aims to identify economic indicators significant in forecasting the supply of bioenergy. Considering this goal, an integrated...
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This chapter discusses energy policy development at the moment that 169 countries are trying to save the world through ratifying the Paris Climate Change Summit (2016). However, competitive policy planning and design are multidimensional endeavors when most developing nations are faced with the advent of economic and population increase. Some of th...
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Description: After the advent of the industrial revolution, the world experienced a rapid change in technology and lifestyle, which has led to a dramatic increase in energy demand. Unfortunately, many of the energy resources used in the past have negatively impacted the environment, from greenhouse gases to the depletion of natural resources. Socie...
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This chapter outlines the essentials of COVID-19 and its relation to environmental mitigation. The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the ranking concern of climate change distress, and it is ranking as the first global priority to be adequately tackled. However, the pandemic demonstrates with economic, social, and cultural constraints. Still, climate c...
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A rapid change in technology and lifestyle has led nations to a dramatic increase in energy demand, which has faced the globe with the challenge of ensuring sustainable and clean energy production. Growing energy demand has been the main causer of environmental pollution. Today's cutting-edge renewable technologies must propound sustainability cult...
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This chapter presents re-engineering environmental sustainability opportunities within constrained pandemic situations that suggest solutions. Climate change disaster and COVID-19 socio-economic impacts are leading nations to dramatic tragedy. Simultaneously, increasing demand for energy are due to population, political competition, and industrial...
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An analysis of environmental and economic efficiency, risks, and prospects for the development of energy based on various types of energy carriers, starting from the 1960s, is carried out. It is shown that the decline in the share of nuclear power in the global energy balance cannot yet be compensated by renewable energy sources and leads to an inc...
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Energy scarcity and environmental degradation have developed into major worldwide challenges. Electro-microbiology has the potential to turn trash into environmentally friendly and sustainable resources. Low power density MFCs remain a viable option for disposing of organic waste, as they are more cost-effective than previous methods. Coordination...
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Rapid urbanization and increasing population concentration in the cities can pose many challenges that need to be addressed intelligently. The smart city can be a proper answer to these issues. With the research and development made for the smart city, smart mobility is an important aspect that can solve everyday transportation challenges the citiz...
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Green-supply chain management practices improve organizational performance from a financial and non-financial perspective. This study aims to evaluate the impact of green supply chain strategies on organizational performance. High involvement of waste reduces the efficiency of the supply chain process, which ultimately creates an adverse impact on...
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The modern world's reliance on fossil fuels has led to many issues, including rising fuel prices, pollution, climate change, and geopolitical unrest. While massive effort is required to deal with climate change comprehensively. Developing alternative energy sources and storage technologies is an important priority that can only be gained over time...
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COVID-19 pandemic has made the future uncertain for many in general, but students in particular because institutes suddenly shutting down, while this new transition has hit everyone differently. Still, it has left significant pressure on the students specifically. This pandemic has changed the ways of living - financially, physically, emotionally,...
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Improving people's standard of living has increased their requirements for the environment. Increasing air temperature in urban areas due to urban heat islands (UHI) has been a global concern since industrialization. Apart from suitable facilities and landscapes, a comfortable outdoor thermal environment can improve the efficiency of urban space us...
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Among the most notable nanotechnology applications is its employment in environmental remediation and biomedical applications. Nonetheless, there is a need for cleaner and sustainable methods in preparing nanomaterials that use cheaper, more environment-friendly precursors than the conventional synthesis process. The green chemistry approach for th...
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International Conference on Contests for Realization of Global Sustainability (CRGS 2022) draws an emerging platform of discussion, networking, and recent ideas to adopt Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the edge of digitalization. Adaption of academic and industrial solution models along with lessons learned from global practices positively...
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Capacitive coupling and inductive coupling are the two main factors in the occurrence of crosstalk fault in the communication bus. Among the various methods for reducing crosstalk fault, Crosstalk Avoidance Codes (CAC) codes are effective. However, with technology scaling, CACs are not able to prevent inductive effects. The proposed CACs methods ar...
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A smart city is fundamentally intended to reduce the consumption of resources and optimize efficiencies. In almost any area, efficiency results in energy saving, reduced energy intensity, sustainable economic development, enhanced productivity, a protected environment, and most importantly , cooperation with the climate change battle. Although budg...
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Dear Colleagues, It is time for all of us to do our bit to support global sustainability in action. At the age of political diversity and economic anarchy, deploying agile strategies and reaching viable long-term sustainability seem to be very difficult endeavors, particularly considering the near-constant increase in energy demand in the global...
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The research paper is devoted to developing a mathematical approach for dealing with time-varying parameters in rolling window logit models for credit risk assessment. Forecasting coefficients yields a better model accuracy than a trivial approach of using computed past statistics parameters for the next time period. In this paper, a new method of...
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The objective of this study was to investigate the level of development Russian financial market. The data array reflects volume of the financial market and macroeconomic indicators. The article offers a comprehensive approach for ensuring the competitiveness of financial institutions. In this article proved that now the share is growing inter-comp...
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Aquaponics systems and technologies are growing primary industries in many countries, with high environmental and socio-economic advantages. Aquaponics is a closed-loop system that produces aquatic animals and plants in a new way using recirculated water and nutrients. With a growing world population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, food prod...
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Population growth and city expansion in developing countries require traditional urban planning practices to be transformed in order to tackle climate change and follow Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agendas. Almost every expert in the urban sector believes that future cities should be sustainable, smart, and environmentally friendly, where e...
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The main goal of this study is to evaluate the impact of restrictive measures introduced in connection with COVID-19 on consumption in renewable energy markets. The study will be based on the hypothesis that similar changes in human behavior can be expected in the future with the further spread of COVID-19 and/or the introduction of additional quar...
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Since environmental issues have become a priority for everyone on the planet, and the fact that growing demand for fossil fuels will soon lead to a reduction in world reserves, except for climate change due to their use and greenhouse gas emissions. The aim of this work was to assess the potential for the introduction of biofuels and find the optim...
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Along with industrialization and rapid urbanization, environmental remediation is globally a perpetual concept to deliver a sustainable environment. Various organic and inorganic wastes from industries and domestic homes are released into water systems. These wastes carry contaminants with detrimental effects on the environment. Consequently, there...
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A rapid change in technology and lifestyle have led nations with a dramatic increase in energy demand, which has faced the globe with the challenge of ensuring sustainable and clean energy production. Growing energy demand has been the main causer of environmental pollution. With today’s cutting-edge renewable technologies must propound sustainabil...
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Cities are responsible for two-thirds of global energy consumption. Residential houses play an important role in urban energy consumption. This research focuses on informal settlements as mass consumers of energy in developing countries. Informal urban sprawl around Kabul city has grown in recent decades. Population growth, weak public institutions...
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A rapid change in technology trend and lifestyle around the globe has induced a drastic increase in energy production, delivery, distribution, and consumption. That forced building planners, designers, scholars, researchers, and practitioners to come up with a sustainable solution within constrained economic and environmental dimensions. With a pro...
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Energy and environment in the least developing countries are very critical issues. Inefficient consumption of energy impacts both the economy and environment negatively. Afghanistan is among the countries with higher energy intensity and lower efficiency. One of the main causes of air pollution in populated urban areas is excessive fossil fuel usag...
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The first International Exchange Agreement, between Engineering Faculties of University of the Ryukyus and Kabul University was signed on 19 April 2017. This formal agreement has been based on a foundation of mutual trust established to promote further exchange of students, faculty, and staff in order to advance scientific research, education, and...
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International Conference on: Impactful Endeavour Towards Sustainability Outreach (IETSO 2020) was held in main Six Sessions covered a Plenary Session and Five Technical Presentation Sessions from 4th - 5th December 2020. The conference inspires by the precious speeches of invited Keynote Speakers from Malaysia, Canada, and Russia, followed by more...
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Energy is the fundamental requirement of all physical, chemical, and biological processes which are utilized for better living standards. The toll that the process of development takes on the environment and economic activity is evident from the arising concerns about sustaining the industrialization that has happened in the last centuries. The inc...
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This chapter aims to summarize the literature comprising several variables crucial for sustainable development and the examination of causal linkages existing among these variables. This chapter explores the existing literature related to the causality-testing techniques used by several researchers and academicians in the field of sustainable devel...
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Water is the sole reason for the existence of life and prime nutrient to sustain it. So, it becomes extremely important to preserve wastewater to utilize it efficiently for various purposes. The methods and techniques that have the least investment capital, qualitative output, and environment-friendly content are desired. Such unaccustomed methods...
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This chapter analyzes the system of green resilience eco-urban land uses oriented in urban social-ecological systems. It reviews and analyses the relevant literature in green social-ecosystem resilience concepts and presents a discussion in relation to sustainable development and ecological sustainability. It further discusses and gives an in-depth...
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This chapter aims to summarize the literature comprising several variables crucial for sustainable development and the examination of causal linkages existing among these variables. This chapter explores the existing literature related to the causality-testing techniques used by several researchers and academicians in the field of sustainable devel...
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Contents: 1- What is a business model? 2- PPP Business Models 3- Need for PPPs 4- PPPs in terms of Quadruple-C 5- Energy (Power) Projects PPPs 6- PPPs Structure 7- PPPs Stakeholders 8- PPPs Partnership 9- PPPs Process 10-Energy (Power) Projects PPPs Practical Consideration URL: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/241240
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This book presents a comprehensive collection of recent research on the timely topic of sustainable development goals, with a focus on developing countries. In this manner, it furnishes interdisciplinary coverage in terms of sustainable development; it sets forth the pillars of sustainability (environmental, technical and technological, social, ins...
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Nowadays, sustainable energy have been focused on electrification of the transportation systems, using electric vehicles (EVs) and electric buses, as well as considering the bidirectional perspective of these technologies by intensifying the grid resilience and reliability through vehicles to grid (V2G) options. Electric buses and EVs are introduce...
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The concept of sustainability originated from 1980 to present, during about four decades, it turned from inactive efforts to proactive actions such as the Paris Climate Change Agreement (2015), Millenium Development Goals (MDGs, 2000), and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations General Assembly 2015. According to recent lite...
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Citizens living in rapidly-growing cities are adversely affected by infrastructure constraints such as urbanization. While digital technology promises to help manage these challenges, new models must be evaluated to meet citizens’ anticipations and problems. One widely-accepted plan is the smart city model that is consistent with the principles of...
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Solar energy has experienced rapid growth in recent years due to both technological improvements and support policies. Technological advancement reduces deployment cost and makes it feasible for large scales deployment. Despite a rapidly declining cost of solar energy in the recent past, it still remains much higher compare to conventional energy t...
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Energy is one of the fundamental factors for socio-economic development. At the age of climate change and global warming, energy generation and utilization oblige energy producers and consumers to put forward within sustainability requirements. Global socio-economic development considering interrelated standardized roadmaps of energy looks a compli...
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The recent lifestyle and technology changes, sustainability has become a crucial concept in strategic urban planning and management. Sustainability requires us to consider using and managing resources in a manner that does not endanger our lives and the needs of future generations. Sustainable urban development raises awareness on the resource need...
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Afghanistan Government Administrative Complex (GAC) is a component of a new district that will relocate 30 governmental offices from the city center to Dar Ul-Aman (located about 16 km southwest of Kabul city). Dar Ul-Aman is a strategic and historical area suitable for both public and governmental facilities. Many urban planning professionals and...
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Acknowledgments The chairmen of International Conferences Series on: Sustainability Outreach in Developing Countries (SODC 2020) expresses its heartiest congratulation for successfully holding the conference. Thank you to our stakeholders at any level (volunteers, researchers, presenters, participants, reviewers, editors, facilitators, publisher-Sp...
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The need for energy and environmental sustainability as a result of the significant concern for mitigating the effects of climate changes has notedly encouraged the deployment of more renewable energy resources towards mitigating greenhouse gas emission crisis. However, there is a need for proper planning of variable renewable energy sources penetr...
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This webinar interrogates the role of volunteers in society empowerment to enable students with a broad view of volunteerism as a first action. This program aims to encourage volunteer activities in research, education, and social at the undergraduate and graduate students' level. At first sight, great needs for workforce exists in educational rese...
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This webinar interrogates the role of volunteers in society empowerment to enable students with a broad view of volunteerism as a first action. This program aims to encourage volunteer activities in research, education, and social at the undergraduate and graduate students' level. At first sight, great needs for workforce exists in educational rese...
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In recent years, balance of power supply and demand as control and smoothing of peak load demand has been one of the major concerns of utilities. Hence, peak load shaving is a preferred approach to cut peak load and smooth the load curve. This paper presents a novel and fast algorithm to evaluate optimal capacity of energy storage system within cha...
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URL: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/4910361200/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1Y53T3O3Q25L8&psc=1 >>> Impact of today’s globalization is persuaded nations to draw a global solution mechanism for human being welfare. In this regard, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have drawn international attention nowadays, because of the menacing effect of h...
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Penetration level of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy in the utility network is steadily increasing. This changes the fault level and causes protection problems. Further, multi-tapped structure of distribution network deployed to integrate solar PV energy to the grid and supplying loads at the same time also raised the protection challenges. Hence, t...
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Afghanistan is one of the developing countries in South Asia with an enormous renewable and nonrenewable energy resources. Since 1893, utilization of secondary (modern) form of energy in Afghanistan has been pursued. The trends of sustainable energy provision have been reinforced after the post-conflicts in Afghanistan. The Sustainable Development...
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Climate change and global warmings are the main challenges for today and the future nations from the health and environment perspectives. Energy generation utilizing fossil fuel is the leading cause of these issues. On its opposite side, elimination or suppression of fossil fuel utilization by introducing clean and abundant renewable energy resourc...
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The enormous potential supply of energy in central Asia offers an excellent opportunity to establish international energy-sharing agreements, mitigate political instability, and improve regional socio-economic development. Pakistan and India have increasingly relied on energy imported from Middle and Central Asia to meet frequent energy shortages....
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Afghanistan hosts the Hindu Kush, an extension of the Himalaya mountains that act as water sources for five major rivers flowing through Afghanistan. Most of these rivers provide promise for the construction of water dams and installment of micro hydropower plants (MHP). Although civil war and political strife continue to threaten the country for m...