The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Photovoltaic system, Electronic engineering, Control theory, Electric power system and Voltage regulation. Chul-Hwan Kim interconnects Distributed generation, Grid-connected photovoltaic power system, Control engineering, AC power and Solar energy in the investigation of issues within Photovoltaic system. His Distributed generation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wind power, Automotive engineering, Transformer and Smart grid.
His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Control system, Emtp, Transmission line, Fault and Wavelet transform. His Control theory study incorporates themes from Frequency deviation, Relay, Power-system protection, Electricity generation and Transient. His research investigates the link between Electric power system and topics such as Power optimizer that cross with problems in Permanent magnet synchronous generator, DC distribution system and Electric power.
His primary areas of investigation include Electric power system, Control theory, Emtp, Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering. The Electric power system study combines topics in areas such as Control engineering, Automotive engineering, Smart grid, Electric power and Renewable energy. His Control theory research includes themes of Wind power, Distributed generation, Circuit breaker, Voltage and Photovoltaic system.
His work in Photovoltaic system addresses subjects such as Maximum power point tracking, which are connected to disciplines such as Power control. His Emtp research incorporates themes from Low voltage, Transmission system, Algorithm, Ground and Transient. In his study, Electric power transmission, MATLAB and Waveform is strongly linked to Fault, which falls under the umbrella field of Electronic engineering.
Chul-Hwan Kim mostly deals with Control theory, Electric power system, Distributed generation, Automotive engineering and Voltage. His study on Control theory is often connected to Harmonic as part of broader study in Control theory. His Electric power system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reliability engineering, Frequency response, Smart grid, Electric power and Transient.
His Distributed generation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as MATLAB, Electronic engineering and Capacitor. His study in the field of Power loss is also linked to topics like Sizing. His study looks at the relationship between Optimization problem and fields such as Dispatchable generation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Chul-Hwan Kim mainly focuses on Control theory, Distributed generation, Electric power system, Fault and Microgrid. His Control theory research integrates issues from Voltage regulation, Voltage and Transient. The study incorporates disciplines such as Relay, MATLAB and Electronic engineering in addition to Distributed generation.
His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Low voltage, Emtp, Capacitor, Smart grid and Dispatchable generation. The concepts of his Electric power system study are interwoven with issues in Load profile, Distribution transformer and Nameplate capacity. His Fault research incorporates elements of Circuit breaker, Algorithm, Extreme learning machine and Reliability.
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Application of neural network to 24-hour-ahead generating power forecasting for PV system
A. Yona;T. Senjyu;A.Y. Saber;T. Funabashi.
power and energy society general meeting (2008)
A Frequency-Control Approach by Photovoltaic Generator in a PV–Diesel Hybrid Power System
M Datta;T Senjyu;A Yona;T Funabashi.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2011)
Wavelet transforms in power systems. I. General introduction to the wavelet transforms
Chul Hwan Kim;Raj Aggarwal.
Power Engineering Journal (2000)
Wavelet transforms in power systems Part 2 Examples of application to actual power system transients
Chul Hwan Kim;R. Aggarwal.
Power Engineering Journal (2001)
A hybrid smart AC/DC power system
Kyohei Kurohane;Tomonobu Senjyu;Akie Uehara;Atsushi Yona.
conference on industrial electronics and applications (2010)
A Coordinated Control Method for Leveling PV Output Power Fluctuations of PV–Diesel Hybrid Systems Connected to Isolated Power Utility
M. Datta;T. Senjyu;A. Yona;T. Funabashi.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2009)
An Alternative Approach to Adaptive Single-Pole Auto Reclosing in High-Voltage Transmission Systems Based on Variable Dead Time Control
Sang-Pil Ahn;Chul-Hwan Kim;R.K. Aggarwal;A.T. Johns.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2001)
Determination Method of Insolation Prediction With Fuzzy and Applying Neural Network for Long-Term Ahead PV Power Output Correction
A. Yona;T. Senjyu;T. Funabashi;Chul-Hwan Kim.
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy (2013)
Coordinated Control Algorithm for Distributed Battery Energy Storage Systems for Mitigating Voltage and Frequency Deviations
Soon-Jeong Lee;Jun-Hyeok Kim;Chul-Hwan Kim;Seul-Ki Kim.
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (2016)
Decentralised control of voltage in distribution systems by distributed generators
K. Tanaka;M. Oshiro;S. Toma;A. Yona.
Iet Generation Transmission & Distribution (2010)
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