Mohammad Sadegh Javadi

Mohammad Sadegh Javadi
Islamic Azad University Shiraz branch · Electrical Engineering

Associate Professor

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Introduction
Mohammad Sadegh Javadi (Senior Member, IEEE) received the B.Sc. degree from Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz, Iran in 2007, M.S.c in Power System from the University of Tehran in 2009 and the PhD degree in the field of Electrical Power Engineering from Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz, Iran in 2014. He is an Associate Professor at IAU, Shiraz, Iran and currently is serving as an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering. He is serving as an Associate Editor of E-Prime J

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Publications (152)
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Energy hub systems improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions due to the coordinated operation of different infrastructures. Given that these systems meet the needs of customers for different energies, their optimal design and operation is one of the main challenges in the field of energy supply. Hence, this paper presents a two-stage stochasti...
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Traditional power grids, being highly centralized in terms of generation, economy, and operation, continually employed probabilistic methods to account for load uncertainties. In modern smart grids (SG), rapid proliferation of non-dispatchable generation (physical decentralization) and liberal markets (market decentralization) leads to dismantling...
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This study describes a computationally efficient model for the optimal sizing and siting of Electrical Energy Storage Devices (EESDs) in Smart Grids (SG), accounting for the presence of time-varying electricity tariffs due to Demand Response Program (DRP) participation. The joint planning and operation problem for optimal siting and sizing of the E...
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Since energy hubs meet the needs of customers for different energies, their construction rate has increased in recent years. The annual growth of load demand on the one hand and the declining efficiency of hub converters on the other hand have posed many challenges for hub designers. Therefore, this study develops a multi-objective model for the de...
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Energy storage is an important element of an energy system. In the power system, energy storage can be defined as a component that can be employed to generate a form of energy or utilize previously stored energy at different locations or times when it is required. Energy storage can enhance the stability of the grid, increase the reliability and ef...
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Determining the transformer top‐oil temperature (TOT) is one of the key issues in determining the transformer insulation life and reliability of the power system. Due to the non‐linear nature of the model presented in the IEEE C57.91 standard to determine this temperature, a more precise method is needed to estimate the equation coefficients to est...
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Protection and control systems represent an essential part of distribution networks by ensuring the physical integrity of components and by improving system reliability. Protection devices isolate a portion of the network affected by a fault, while control devices reduce the number of de-energized loads by transferring loads to neighboring feeders....
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This paper presents a pool trading model within a local energy community considering home energy management systems (HEMSs) and other consumers. A transparent mechanism for market clearing is proposed to incentivise active prosumers to trade their surplus energy within a rule-based pool market in the local energy community. A price-based demand res...
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The rapid proliferation of Electric Vehicles (EVs) creates an inherent link between the previously independent transport and power sectors. This is especially relevant in the smart cities paradigm, which focuses on optimizing resource management using modern software tools and communication infrastructures. The optimal management of energy resource...
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This paper presents a new framework for the scheduling of microgrids and distribution feeder reconfiguration (DFR), taking into consideration the uncertainties due to the load demand, market price, and renewable power generation. The model is implemented on the modified IEEE 118-bus test system, including microgrids and smart homes. The problem has...
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Virtual Power Plants (VPP) have emerged as a way to coordinate and control the growing number of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) within power systems. Typically, VPP models have focused on financial or commercial outcomes and have not considered the technical constraints of the distribution system. The objective of this paper is the development...
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The chapter develops a dynamic biobjective model for the generation expansion planning together with the transmission system expansion planning. A virtual database-supported nondominated sorting genetic algorithm, known as “VDS-NSGA-II,” is designed to tackle the multiyear multiobjective dynamic generation and transmission expansion planning (MMDGT...
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Accurate and practical load modeling plays a critical role in the power system studies including stability, control, and protection. Recently, wide-area measurement systems (WAMSs) are utilized to model the static and dynamic behavior of the load consumption pattern in real-time, simultaneously. In this article, a WAMS-based load modeling method is...
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Emerging technologies are helping to accelerate the ongoing energy transition. At the forefront of these new technologies is blockchain, which has the potential to disrupt energy trading markets. This paper explores this potential by presenting an innovative multi-level Transactive Energy (TE) optimization model for the scheduling of Distributed En...
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1 Abstract-Distribution networks have a prominent role in electricity delivery to individual consumers. Nevertheless, their energy losses are higher than transmission systems, which this issue affects the distribution operational costs. Hence, the minimization of power losses in distribution networks has particular importance for the system operato...
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This paper presents a dynamic model to improve the resilience of the distribution network during contingent events. In this model, when an event occurs, the system operator maximizes power supply by changing the network topology as well as utilizing the direct load control (DLC) program. The model is implemented on a modified IEEE 69-bus distributi...
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This paper proposes an energy hub management model for residential, commercial, and industrial hubs, considering demand response programs (DRPs). The network configuration and AC optimal power flow (ACOPF) constraints have been applied to the model to prevent any unreal power transaction in the system. The cost due to environmental emissions has al...
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Transmission expansion planning (TEP) is an important part of power system expansion planning. In TEP, optimal number of new transmission lines and their installation time and place are determined in an economic way. Uncertainties in load demand, place of power plants, and fuel price as well as voltage level of substations influence TEP solutions e...
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Photovoltaic (PV) as one of the most promising energy alternatives brings a set of serious challenges in the operation of the power systems including PV system protection. Accordingly, it has become even more vital to provide reliable protection for the PV generations. To this end, this paper proposes two-stage data-driven methods. In the first sta...
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The conflicting issues of growing demand for electrical energy versus the environmental concerns have left the energy industries practically with one choice: to turn into renewable energies. This duality has also highlighted the role of power transmission systems as energy delivery links in two ways, considering the increased demand of load centers...
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Fault current limiters (FCLs) are getting high degree of attention since they can properly overcome the transient conditions of modern power systems. FCLs have the ability to limit the short-circuit currents before reaching to its maximum value so that they can be cut off by the available switches. In fact, FCLs show negligible resistance in the no...
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Phasor measurement unit (PMU) provides beneficial information for dynamic power system stability, analysis and control. One main application of such useful information is data-driven analysis and control. This paper presents an approach for optimal signal selection and controller structure determination in PMU-based power system stabilizer (PSS) de...
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This paper investigates the issue of robust frequency regulation of single-area alternating current (AC) power applications. Inspired by the-synthesis approach, the robust stability and disturbance rejection performance criteria are considered in the design procedure of an output feedback controller. Four cases of single-area AC power systems, whic...
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Energy hubs (EHs) are units in which multiple energy carriers are converted, conditioned and stored to simultaneously supply different forms of energy demands. In this research, the objective is to develop a new stochastic model for unit commitment in EHs including an intelligent electric vehicle (EV) parking lot, boiler, photovoltaic (PV) module,...
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This paper investigates a fully decentralized model for electricity trading within a transactive energy market. The proposed model presents a peer-to-peer (P2P) trading framework between the clients. The model is incorporated for industrial, commercial, and residential energy hubs to serve their associated demands in a least-cost paradigm. The alte...
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The close interaction between the electricity market and the end-users can assist the demand response (DR) aggregator in handling and managing various uncertain parameters simultaneously to reduce their effect on the aggregators operation. This paper addresses this issue through the development of a novel hybrid stochastic-robust optimization appro...
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The combination of consumer owned Distributed Energy Resources, new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), as well as changes to the national electricity regulations have created new opportunities for consumer engagement in the electricity sector. In this paper, this combination of technologies and regulations is examined in the Portugue...
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Electric vehicles (EVs) are seen as a crucial tool to reduce the polluting emissions caused by the transport and power systems (PS) sector and the associated shift to a cleaner and more sustainable energy sector. The combination of EVs and solar photovoltaics (PV) in PS, specifically through the aggregation of EVs in parking lots (PLs), may improve...
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Due to the salient features of direct current (DC) microgrids (MGs) in integrating renewable energy sources, this paper offers a robust finite-time nonlinear observer (FTNO) for DC MGs comprising linear resistive and nonlinear constant power loads (CPLs) and a buck converter. It is assumed that the capacitor voltage is only accessible and the power...
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An original graph-based model and algorithm for optimal industrial task scheduling is proposed in this paper. The innovative algorithm designed, Dijkstra Optimal Tasking (DOT), is suitable for fully distributed task scheduling of autonomous industrial agents for optimal resource allocation (including energy use). The algorithm was designed starting...
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Due to recent advances in power electronic systems, direct current (DC) microgrid (MG) topology is considered as a promising solution to unite pollution-free renewable energy sources and DC loads. This paper investigates the issue of finite-time robust adaptive stability and tracking issue of a nonlinear direct current (DC) microgrid (MG) comprisin...
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Energy hubs (EHs) are units wherein multiple energy carriers can be converted, stored and conditioned to simultaneously supply different energy demands. In this paper, a new model is proposed for unit commitment in renewable EHs with electric, thermal and cooling demands, different storage systems, combined heat and power (CHP) unit, boiler, electr...
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The use of data from residential smart maters can help in the management and control of distribution grids. This provides significant benefits to electricity retailers as well as distribution system operators, but raises important questions related to the privacy of consumers information. In this study, an innovative Differential Privacy (DP) compl...
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Increasing the penetration of renewables in prosumers' side brings about operational challenges in the distribution grid due to their variable and uncertain behavior. In fact, these resources have increased the distribution grid net load fluctuation during recent years. In this paper, the flexibility-oriented stochastic scheduling of a microgrid is...
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With the penetration of smart homes in distribution systems, and due to the effect of their schedulable load on reducing the peak load of the network as well as their comfort index, microgrid's scheduling in the presence of smart homes has become an important issue. In this regard, this paper presents a tri-objective optimization framework for ener...
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The penetration of electric vehicles (EVs) in vehicle markets is increasing; however long charging time in battery charging stations is an obstacle for larger adoption of EVs. In order to address this problem, battery swap stations (BSSs) have been introduced to exchange near-empty EV batteries with fully charged batteries. Refilling an EV in BSS t...
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This paper presents a self-scheduling model for home energy management systems (HEMS) in which a novel formulation of a linear discomfort index (DI) is proposed, incorporating the preferences of end-users in the daily operation of home appliances. The HEMS self-scheduling problem is modelled as a mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) multi-object...
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System flexibility has been introduced as one of the most significant concepts in energy systems, and accordingly it has captured attention. It should be noted that various parameters and equipment, directly and indirectly, affect system flexibility, among which, demand response (DR) programs, distributed energy resources (DERs), and storage system...
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Integrated transmission expansion planning (TEP) and generation expansion planning (GEP) with Wind Farms (WFs) is addressed in this paper. The optimal number of expanded lines, the optimal capacity of WFs installed capacity, and the optimal capacity of wind farms lines (WFLs) are determined through a new TEP optimization model. Furthermore, the opt...
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The tendency to use renewable energies in DC microgrids (MGs) has been increased in the past decades. Due to the unpredictable behavior of renewable resources, it is vital to utilize energy storage resources in the MG structure. The generation sources and storages in DC MGs should be chosen in order to meet the maximum demand in both grid-connected...
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A key challenge for future energy systems is how to minimize the effects of employing demand response (DR) programs on the consumer. There exists a diverse range of consumers with a variety of types of loads, such as must-run loads, and this can reduce the impact of consumer participation in DR programs. Multi-energy systems (MES) can solve this is...
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This paper presents the optimal operation strategy for home energy management system (HEMS) in the presence of the inverter-based heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. The main target of this paper is to find the optimal scheduling of the home appliances in line with the optimal operation of the air conditioner system to reduce t...
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Today, the fact that consumers are becoming more active in electrical power systems, along with the development in electronic and control devices, makes the design of Home Energy Management Systems (HEMSs) an expedient approach to mitigate their costs. The added costs incurred by consumers are mainly paying for the peak-load demand and the system’s...
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The scarcity and price volatility of fossil fuels as well as environmental concerns has motivated the replacement of fossil fuel-powered vehicles by electric vehicles (EVs). Long charging time in battery charging stations is a serious barrier for large-scale adoption of EVs, so battery swap stations (BSSs) were developed wherein the near-empty batt...