Reza Ghorbani

University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 
Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Automotive Engineering
"Reza Ghorbani"
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Motalleb M, Annaswamy A, Ghorbani R. (2018) A real-time demand response market through a repeated incomplete-information game Energy. 143: 424-438
Thornton M, Motalleb M, Smidt H, et al. (2018) Demo abstract: testbed for distributed demand response devices—internet of things Computer Science - Research and Development. 33: 277-278
Motalleb M, Branigan J, Ghorbani R. (2018) Poster abstract: demand response market considering dynamic pricing Computer Science - Research and Development. 33: 257-258
Ghasemi-Nejhad MN, Menendez M, Minei B, et al. (2016) Smart nanogrid systems for disaster mitigation employing deployable renewable energy harvesting devices Proceedings of Spie. 9799
Eshraghi A, Ghorbani R. (2016) Islanding detection and over voltage mitigation using controllable loads Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks. 6: 125-135
Motalleb M, Reihani E, Ghorbani R. (2016) Optimal placement and sizing of the storage supporting transmission and distribution networks Renewable Energy. 94: 651-659
Reihani E, Motalleb M, Ghorbani R, et al. (2016) Load peak shaving and power smoothing of a distribution grid with high renewable energy penetration Renewable Energy. 86: 1372-1379
Reihani E, Ghorbani R. (2016) Load commitment of distribution grid with high penetration of photovoltaics (PV) using hybrid series-parallel prediction algorithm and storage Electric Power Systems Research. 131: 224-230
Motalleb M, Thornton M, Reihani E, et al. (2016) Providing frequency regulation reserve services using demand response scheduling Energy Conversion and Management. 124: 439-452
Reihani E, Motalleb M, Thornton M, et al. (2016) A novel approach using flexible scheduling and aggregation to optimize demand response in the developing interactive grid market architecture Applied Energy. 183: 445-455
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