2010 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to alternative energy power generation
His primary areas of investigation include Electricity generation, Distributed generation, Control engineering, Automotive engineering and Energy storage. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nuclear engineering and Electronic engineering in addition to Distributed generation. M.H. Nehrir combines subjects such as MATLAB and Smart grid with his study of Control engineering.
The concepts of his Automotive engineering study are interwoven with issues in Wind power and Photovoltaic system. The Photovoltaic system study which covers Stand-alone power system that intersects with Cost of electricity by source. His research in Energy storage intersects with topics in Hybrid system and Electrical engineering, Renewable energy.
M.H. Nehrir mainly investigates Automotive engineering, Control engineering, Electricity generation, Photovoltaic system and Distributed generation. His research integrates issues of Electric heating, MATLAB and Control theory in his study of Automotive engineering. M.H. Nehrir interconnects Control system, Control theory and Power management in the investigation of issues within Control engineering.
His Electricity generation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Simulation and Energy storage. His Photovoltaic system study which covers Wind power that intersects with Electronic engineering. His Distributed generation research incorporates elements of Cogeneration and Power station.
M.H. Nehrir mainly focuses on Electricity generation, Electric power system, Energy management, Systems engineering and Alternative energy. His Cogeneration study in the realm of Electricity generation connects with subjects such as Solid oxide fuel cell. His Electric power system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distributed computing, Distributed generation, Microgrid and Smart grid.
His Smart grid study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Control engineering. He integrates several fields in his works, including Energy management, Renewable energy, Electrical engineering, Energy development, Task force and Energy storage. Energy storage is closely attributed to Power control in his work.
M.H. Nehrir spends much of his time researching Distributed computing, Electric power system, Multi-agent system, Smart grid and Microgrid. His study in Distributed computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control system and Control engineering. The various areas that M.H. Nehrir examines in his Electric power system study include Power management and Decentralised system.
In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Service and Power control.
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Analytical approaches for optimal placement of distributed generation sources in power systems
Caisheng Wang;M.H. Nehrir.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2004)
Power Management of a Stand-Alone Wind/Photovoltaic/Fuel Cell Energy System
Caisheng Wang;M.H. Nehrir.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2008)
A Review of Hybrid Renewable/Alternative Energy Systems for Electric Power Generation: Configurations, Control, and Applications
M. H. Nehrir;C. Wang;K. Strunz;H. Aki.
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy (2011)
Generation unit sizing and cost analysis for stand-alone wind, photovoltaic, and hybrid wind/PV systems
W.D. Kellogg;M.H. Nehrir;G. Venkataramanan;V. Gerez.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (1998)
Dynamic models and model validation for PEM fuel cells using electrical circuits
Caisheng Wang;M.H. Nehrir;S.R. Shaw.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2005)
Unit sizing and cost analysis of stand-alone hybrid wind/PV/fuel cell power generation systems
D.B. Nelson;M.H. Nehrir;C. Wang.
Renewable Energy (2006)
A Hybrid Islanding Detection Technique Using Voltage Unbalance and Frequency Set Point
V. Menon;M.H. Nehrir.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Modeling and Control of Fuel Cells: Distributed Generation Applications
M. Nehrir;Caisheng Wang.
Comprehensive Real-Time Microgrid Power Management and Control With Distributed Agents
C. M. Colson;M. H. Nehrir.
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (2013)
Control of PEM fuel cell distributed generation systems
C. Wang;M.H. Nehrir;H. Gao.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2006)
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