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Duong Quoc Hung
Duong Quoc Hung
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queensland University of Technology
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei qut.edu.au
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Multiple distributed generator placement in primary distribution networks for loss reduction
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan
Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on 60 (4), 1700-1708, 2013
9292013
Analytical expressions for DG allocation in primary distribution networks
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, RC Bansal
Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions on 25 (3), 814-820, 2010
9182010
Determining PV Penetration for Distribution Systems With Time-Varying Load Models
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, KY Lee
Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on 29 (6), 3048-3057, 2014
3232014
Analytical strategies for renewable distributed generation integration considering energy loss minimization
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, RC Bansal
Applied Energy 105, 75-85, 2013
3232013
Integration of PV and BES units in commercial distribution systems considering energy loss and voltage stability
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, RC Bansal
Applied energy 113, 1162-1170, 2014
2752014
Optimal placement of dispatchable and nondispatchable renewable DG units in distribution networks for minimizing energy loss
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, KY Lee
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 55, 179-186, 2014
2442014
Multiple community energy storage planning in distribution networks using a cost-benefit analysis
J Sardi, N Mithulananthan, M Gallagher, DQ Hung
Applied energy 190, 453-463, 2017
1772017
Loss reduction and loadability enhancement with DG: A dual-index analytical approach
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan
Applied Energy 115, 233-241, 2014
1212014
An optimal investment planning framework for multiple distributed generation units in industrial distribution systems
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, RC Bansal
Applied Energy 124, 62-72, 2014
1172014
An intelligent hybrid short-term load forecasting model for smart power grids
MQ Raza, M Nadarajah, DQ Hung, Z Baharudin
Sustainable Cities and Society, 2016
1082016
A Day-ahead Forecasting Model for Probabilistic EV Charging Loads at Business Premises
MS Islam, M Nadarajah, DQ Hung
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 2017
762017
A combined practical approach for distribution system loss reduction
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan, RC Bansal
International Journal of Ambient Energy 36 (3), 123-131, 2015
602015
Determining the size of PHEV charging stations powered by commercial grid-integrated PV systems considering reactive power support
DQ Hung, ZY Dong, H Trinh
Applied energy 183, 160-169, 2016
572016
Strategic allocation of community energy storage in a residential system with rooftop PV units
J Sardi, N Mithulananthan, DQ Hung
Applied energy 206, 159-171, 2017
552017
Intelligent network integration of distributed renewable generation
N Mithulananthan, DQ Hung, KY Lee
Springer International Publishing, 2017
542017
Community energy storage and capacitor allocation in distribution systems
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan
Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC), 2011 21st Australasian, 1-6, 2011
452011
Coordinated EV charging for correlated EV and grid loads and PV output using a novel, correlated, probabilistic model
MS Islam, N Mithulananthan, DQ Hung
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 104, 335-348, 2019
442019
An optimal operating strategy of DG unit for power loss reduction in distribution systems
DQ Hung, N Mithulananthan
Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS), 2012 7th IEEE International …, 2012
342012
Technical challenges, security and risk in grid integration of renewable energy
DQ Hung, MR Shah, N Mithulananthan
Smart power systems and renewable energy system integration, 99-118, 2016
192016
A loss sensitivity factor method for locating ES in a distribution system with PV units
J Sardi, N Mithulananthan, DQ Hung
2015 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 1-5, 2015
162015
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