His scientific interests lie mostly in Automotive engineering, Energy source, Electrical engineering, Wind power and Photovoltaic system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Peak demand, Transient and Hybrid system. His study in Hybrid system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hybrid power and Electric power system.
His Hybrid power study incorporates themes from Electric vehicle, Energy management, Hybrid vehicle and Energy storage. Mehmet Uzunoglu studies Electrical engineering, focusing on Converters in particular. His Electricity generation research includes themes of Autonomous system, Alternative energy and Solar energy.
Mehmet Uzunoglu mostly deals with Electric power system, Automotive engineering, Hybrid system, Electrical engineering and Distributed generation. His Electric power system research incorporates elements of Fuzzy logic, AC power, Energy management and Control theory. His Automotive engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wind power and Photovoltaic system.
His Hybrid system study incorporates themes from Hybrid power, Wavelet and Hybrid vehicle. Mehmet Uzunoglu interconnects Electric vehicle and Energy storage in the investigation of issues within Electrical engineering. The various areas that Mehmet Uzunoglu examines in his Distributed generation study include Control engineering and Electricity.
Mehmet Uzunoglu mainly focuses on Smart grid, Renewable energy, Distributed generation, Electrical engineering and Energy management. His research in Smart grid intersects with topics in Power grid and Electric vehicle. He has included themes like Wind power, Electric power system and Energy storage in his Renewable energy study.
His Distributed generation research includes elements of Relay, Electronic engineering and Electronics. The Electrical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Battery and MATLAB. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Demand management and Automotive engineering.
Mehmet Uzunoglu spends much of his time researching Smart grid, Distributed generation, Energy management, Wind power and Intermittent energy source. His work deals with themes such as Transformer and Electronic engineering, which intersect with Smart grid. His Distributed generation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Relay and Electronics.
His Energy management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Charging station, Electric vehicle, Power grid, Power demand and Electrical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Grid parity, Electric power system and Operations research. Mehmet Uzunoglu has researched Renewable energy in several fields, including Control and Automotive engineering.
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Optimum design of hybrid renewable energy systems: Overview of different approaches
Ozan Erdinç;Mehmet Uzunoglu.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2012)
A review of combined approaches for prediction of short-term wind speed and power
A. Tascikaraoglu;M. Uzunoglu.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
Modeling, control and simulation of a PV/FC/UC based hybrid power generation system for stand-alone applications
M. Uzunoglu;M. Uzunoglu;O.C. Onar;O.C. Onar;M.S. Alam.
Renewable Energy (2009)
Dynamic modeling, design, and simulation of a combined PEM fuel cell and ultracapacitor system for stand-alone residential applications
M. Uzunoglu;M.S. Alam.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2006)
Dynamic modeling, design and simulation of a wind/fuel cell/ultra-capacitor-based hybrid power generation system
O.C. Onar;M. Uzunoglu;M.S. Alam.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
A dynamic lithium-ion battery model considering the effects of temperature and capacity fading
O. Erdinc;B. Vural;M. Uzunoglu.
international conference on clean electrical power (2009)
A wavelet-fuzzy logic based energy management strategy for a fuel cell/battery/ultra-capacitor hybrid vehicular power system
Ozan Erdinç;Bülent Vural;Mehmet Uzunoglu.
Journal of Power Sources (2009)
Modeling, control and simulation of an autonomous wind turbine/photovoltaic/fuel cell/ultra-capacitor hybrid power system
O.C. Onar;O.C. Onar;M. Uzunoglu;M. Uzunoglu;M.S. Alam.
Journal of Power Sources (2008)
Dynamic modeling, design and simulation of a PEM fuel cell/ultra-capacitor hybrid system for vehicular applications
M. Uzunoglu;M.S. Alam.
Energy Conversion and Management (2007)
Load sharing using fuzzy logic control in a fuel cell/ultracapacitor hybrid vehicle
M.C. Kisacikoglu;M. Uzunoglu;M. Uzunoglu;M.S. Alam.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2009)
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