His main research concerns Electric power system, Wind power, Electrical engineering, Electricity and Distributed generation. His Electric power system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Control engineering, Scheduling and Systems engineering. The Wind power study combines topics in areas such as Frequency response, Control theory, Econometrics, Power station and Renewable energy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electricity generation and Automotive engineering in addition to Electrical engineering. His work deals with themes such as Work, Microeconomics, Energy management and Environmental economics, which intersect with Electricity. The concepts of his Distributed generation study are interwoven with issues in Efficient energy use and Microgrid.
Goran Strbac mainly investigates Electric power system, Electricity, Wind power, Mathematical optimization and Distributed generation. Goran Strbac has included themes like Frequency response and Electrical engineering in his Electric power system study. The concepts of his Electricity study are interwoven with issues in Electricity generation, Microeconomics, Environmental economics and Industrial organization.
His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Peak demand, Investment, Energy storage, Renewable energy and Flexibility. Goran Strbac has researched Wind power in several fields, including Simulation and Transmission system. As a part of the same scientific family, Goran Strbac mostly works in the field of Distributed generation, focusing on Reliability engineering and, on occasion, Distribution networks, Voltage and Reliability.
His primary scientific interests are in Electricity, Electric power system, Renewable energy, Mathematical optimization and Environmental economics. His Electricity research integrates issues from Reinforcement learning, Profit, Process engineering and Market clearing. In his research, Goran Strbac performs multidisciplinary study on Electric power system and Context.
His studies in Renewable energy integrate themes in fields like Wind power, Natural gas, Electricity generation, Electricity system and Flexibility. His research in Environmental economics intersects with topics in Value, Electrification, Investment, Energy storage and Vehicle-to-grid. His biological study deals with issues like Distributed generation, which deal with fields such as AC power.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electricity, Renewable energy, Mathematical optimization, Electric power system and Environmental economics. His work on Electricity market as part of general Electricity research is frequently linked to Imperfect, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Renewable energy research includes themes of Wind power, Electricity generation, Electricity system, Gas compressor and Process engineering.
His work carried out in the field of Mathematical optimization brings together such families of science as Frequency response and Power system simulation. His work deals with themes such as Decision tree, Interpretability and Flexibility, which intersect with Electric power system. He combines subjects such as Value, Investment and Energy storage with his study of Environmental economics.
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Fundamentals of Power System Economics
Daniel Sadi Kirschen;Goran Strbac.
Demand side management: Benefits and challenges ☆
Energy Policy (2008)
Virtual power plant and system integration of distributed energy resources
D. Pudjianto;C. Ramsay;G. Strbac.
Iet Renewable Power Generation (2007)
Fundamentals of Power System Economics: Kirschen/Power System Economics
Daniel Kirschen;Goran Strbac.
Contributions of individual generators to loads and flows
D. Kirschen;R. Allan;G. Strbac.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (1997)
Factoring the elasticity of demand in electricity prices
D.S. Kirschen;G. Strbac;P. Cumperayot;D. de Paiva Mendes.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2000)
Impacts of large amounts of wind power on design and operation of power systems, results of IEA collaboration
Hannele Holttinen;Peter Meibom;Antje Orths;Bernhard Lange.
Wind Energy (2011)
Control of DFIG-based wind generation for power network support
F.M. Hughes;O. Anaya-Lara;N. Jenkins;G. Strbac.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2005)
Maximising penetration of wind generation in existing distribution networks
S.N. Liew;G. Strbac.
IEE Proceedings - Generation, Transmission and Distribution (2002)
Trading wind generation in short term energy markets
G. N. Bathurst;J. Weatherill;G. Strbac.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2002)
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