2004 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to power system security assessment.
James D. McCalley mainly investigates Electric power system, Reliability engineering, Risk management, Probabilistic logic and Risk assessment. His Electric power system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electric power industry, Control theory, AC power, Linear programming and Reliability. James D. McCalley focuses mostly in the field of Control theory, narrowing it down to topics relating to Electrical network and, in certain cases, Signal.
His studies in Reliability engineering integrate themes in fields like Control room, Transformer, Power-system protection and Probabilistic method. His studies deal with areas such as System testing and Risk analysis as well as Risk management. His research integrates issues of Evolutionary algorithm, Power system simulation, Reliability and Optimal control in his study of Risk assessment.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electric power system, Reliability engineering, Control theory, Mathematical optimization and Transmission. His study in the field of Power system simulation is also linked to topics like Contingency. James D. McCalley has researched Reliability engineering in several fields, including Transformer, Electric power transmission, Reliability, Risk management and Risk assessment.
His Risk management research incorporates elements of System testing, Probabilistic logic and Reliability. His Control theory research includes themes of Control engineering, Transient and Stability. His Transmission study combines topics in areas such as Investment and Operations research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electric power system, Mathematical optimization, Renewable energy, Environmental economics and Transmission. James D. McCalley has included themes like Grid, Reliability engineering, Distributed generation and Electric power in his Electric power system study. His Reliability engineering research integrates issues from Reliability, Reservation price and Operation point.
His Mathematical optimization research includes elements of Function and Node. His Renewable energy research focuses on Flexibility and how it connects with Supply and demand and Energy. His Transmission research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of investigation include Investment, Mathematical optimization, Renewable energy, Function and Automatic Generation Control. His Investment study which covers Transmission that intersects with Set, Electric power transmission, Energy storage, Mains electricity and Demand response. His Mathematical optimization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dimension, Decomposition and System risk.
His study on Bioenergy is often connected to Wide area, Raw material and Low-carbon economy as part of broader study in Renewable energy. His Automatic Generation Control study deals with Economic dispatch intersecting with Control theory. His Control theory research incorporates elements of Hierarchical database model and Schedule.
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Design Techniques and Applications of Cyberphysical Systems: A Survey
Siddhartha Kumar Khaitan;James D. McCalley.
IEEE Systems Journal (2015)
Damping controller design for power system oscillations using global signals
M.E. Aboul-Ela;A.A. Sallam;J.D. McCalley;A.A. Fouad.
power engineering society summer meeting (1996)
Online risk-based security assessment
Ming Ni;J.D. McCalley;V. Vittal;T. Tayyib.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2002)
The Present Status of Maintenance Strategies and the Impact of Maintenance on Reliability
J. Endrenyi;S. Aboresheid;R.N. Allan;G.J. Anders.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2001)
Market-based transmission expansion planning
Yang Gu;James McCalley.
ieee pes power systems conference and exposition (2011)
TCSC controller design for damping interarea oscillations
N. Yang;Q. Liu;J.D. McCalley.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (1998)
Identifying high risk N-k contingencies for online security assessment
Qiming Chen;J.D. McCalley.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2005)
An overview of risk based security assessment
J.D. McCalley;V. Vittal;N. Abi-Samra.
power engineering society summer meeting (1999)
A Multiperiod Generalized Network Flow Model of the U.S. Integrated Energy System: Part I—Model Description
A. Quelhas;E. Gil;J.D. McCalley;S.M. Ryan.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Risk based voltage security assessment
Hua Wan;J.D. McCalley;V. Vittal.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2000)
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