2023 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in Russia Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in Russia Leader Award
2016 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to power system protection
Vladimir Terzija focuses on Electric power system, Control theory, Algorithm, Power-system protection and Control engineering. His research integrates issues of AC power and Transmission system in his study of Electric power system. The Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Harmonics and Propagation of uncertainty.
His Algorithm research includes themes of Fault, Phasor, Newton's method and Signal processing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrical network and Reliability. The concepts of his Control engineering study are interwoven with issues in Disturbance and Smart grid.
Vladimir Terzija mostly deals with Electric power system, Control theory, Algorithm, Fault and Electronic engineering. His Electric power system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control engineering, Wind power and Automatic frequency control. His work in Control theory covers topics such as Voltage which are related to areas like Signal.
His studies deal with areas such as Time domain, Fundamental frequency, Power-system protection, Signal processing and Newton's method as well as Algorithm. Vladimir Terzija works mostly in the field of Fault, limiting it down to concerns involving Electric power transmission and, occasionally, Transmission line. His studies deal with areas such as Waveform, Arc and Harmonics as well as Electronic engineering.
His main research concerns Control theory, Electric power system, AC power, Inertia and Fault. His work carried out in the field of Control theory brings together such families of science as Wind power, Grid and Islanding. His specific area of interest is Electric power system, where Vladimir Terzija studies Phasor.
His AC power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transformer and Frequency grid. In Fault, Vladimir Terzija works on issues like High impedance, which are connected to Nonlinear system. His Robustness research includes elements of Phasor measurement unit, SCADA, Linear programming, Algorithm and Observability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electric power system, Control theory, AC power, Inertia and Automatic frequency control. His Electric power system research incorporates themes from Kalman filter, Frequency response, Grid, Scheme and Robustness. His work deals with themes such as Wind power and Transmission system, which intersect with Control theory.
Vladimir Terzija has included themes like Phasor, Synchronizing and Topology in his AC power study. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Phasor, concentrating on Transient and frequently concerns with Fault. The concepts of his Automatic frequency control study are interwoven with issues in Control system, Disturbance, Noise and Sensitivity.
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Wide-Area Monitoring, Protection, and Control of Future Electric Power Networks
Vladimir Terzija;Gustavo Valverde;Deyu Cai;Pawel Regulski.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2011)
Adaptive underfrequency load shedding based on the magnitude of the disturbance estimation
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2006)
Unscented kalman filter for power system dynamic state estimation
G. Valverde;V. Terzija.
Iet Generation Transmission & Distribution (2011)
Voltage phasor and local system frequency estimation using Newton type algorithm
V.V. Terzija;M.B. Djuric;B.D. Kovacevic.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (1994)
Wake effect in wind farm performance: Steady-state and dynamic behavior
Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt;P. Wall;V. Terzija.
Renewable Energy (2012)
Two-step spectral clustering controlled islanding algorithm
Lei Ding;Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt;Peter Wall;Vladimir Terzija.
power and energy society general meeting (2013)
Power System Dynamic State Estimation: Motivations, Definitions, Methodologies, and Future Work
Junbo Zhao;Antonio Gomez-Exposito;Marcos Netto;Lamine Mili.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2019)
Rotor Angle Instability Prediction Using Post-Disturbance Voltage Trajectories
Athula D Rajapakse;Francisco Gomez;Kasun Nanayakkara;Peter A Crossley.
power and energy society general meeting (2010)
A new approach to the arcing faults detection for fast autoreclosure in transmission systems
M.B. Djuric;V.V. Terzija.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (1995)
Measurements get together
S. Chakrabarti;E. Kyriakides;Tianshu Bi;Deyu Cai.
IEEE Power & Energy Magazine (2009)
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