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:: Ghasem derakhshan Hooreh ::

  In The Name of God

 

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  Personal Information

 

  Name and family name: Ghasem derakhshan

  E-mail: Gh_derakhshan@iust.ac.ir

 

  Profile Ph D

  Field

  Power Electrical

  Supervisor

 Dr. Heidar Ali Shayanfar

  Mode of Admission

  Top Research

 

 

  Background

   

  Degree

  Field of Study

  

  Major Study

  

  

  Average

  Degrees

  M.Sc.

  Electrical Engineering

 

  Power system

 

 

 

  16.5

  University of Science and Technology (IUST)

  PhD

  Electrical Engineering

 

  Power system

 

 

 

  17.01

  University of Science and Technology (IUST)

 

 

 

  Introduction to Software

  Row

  Software

  1

  Graphic Software (Photoshop, flash)

  2

  Software of office (Word, Exel, Access)

  3

  Design software (Solidwork, Autocad)

  4

  MATLAB and Simulink software

  5

  FEMLAB

  6

  D igsilent

  7

  (C + + and visual C + +) and Gams

  8

  Orcade

  9

  GIS

  

  

 

  Foreign language

  Row

  Name test

  Score

  1

  MCHE

  52

 

  

  External Articles

 

  Row

  Title

  Location Print Article

  Year Print Article

  1

  Security-Constrained Joint Market Clearing of Energy and Reserves Auctions Security-Constrained Joint Market Clearing of Energy and Reserves Auctions

  Australian Journal of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

  2009

  2

  Joint Market of Energy and Reserves Joint Market of Energy and Reserves Requirements considering Lost Opportunity Requirements considering Lost Opportunity Cost

  International Journal of Emerging International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems Berkeley Electronic Press

  2008

 

    Articles internal

  1

  Wind power plant connected to the network

  2

  PID control coefficients determined robot welder (Conference of the power of 85)

  3

  Study electromagnetic bass Dakt Nratvrhay plant (International Conference of electricity in 85)

  4

  Electric power distribution network information management in GIS environment using the agenda management tools ( The first GIS conference 88)

 

 

  
  

  Date depends on specialized

  Row

  Special groups

  Start

  1

  Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IAEEE)

  1382

 

  MS Thesis

  Title

  Design software for calculation of electromagnetic field generator BusDuct environment FEMLAB

  Supervisor

  Dr.Mohammad Taghi Ameli

  Teachers judge

  Dr.Naghashan & Dr.Javadi

  Year of completion

  1385

  

    MSc thesis

 

  Title

  Simultaneous Market Design of Energy and Reserves Auctions Considering Reliability of Deregulated Power System

 

  Supervisor

 Dr. Heidar Ali Shayanfar

 

  Teachers judge

  Dr.jadid , Dr.ameli & Eng.KAzemi

  Year of completion

  1388

  Abstract

  The system operator (SO) is in charge of maintaining the safe, secure and reliable operation of a power system. Therefore, the SO is responsible for the management of ancillary services. These services are provided by the generation, transmission and control equipment in order to support the transmission of electric power from the producer to the purchaser. A detailed Mixed Integer Non-Linear Programming (MINLP) formulation for the provision of ancillary services - AGC, spinning, non-spinning and operating reserves- as well as energy in simultaneous auctions by integrated market systems are presented. This thesis provides clear definitions of lost opportunity cost for ancillary services in terms of the market clearing price (MCP) and evaluates the conditions under which opportunity costs are incurred to units that provide reserve requirements. Probabilistic method for a pool-based combined energy and reserve market, which considers both generators and interruptible loads (ILs), is proposed in this thesis. We try to minimize generation production cost together with the cost associated with expected energy not supplied (EENS) due to outages of generating units and failures of ILs to supply the reserve when required. A number of case studies are carried out to illustrate the impact of participant’s characteristics on the reserve cost allocation. Participation of demand side in energy and reserve markets enhances the efficiency of the market operation and makes the markets more competitive. Furthermore, by incorporating demand side in the market operation, system security and integrity will also be improved . The model has been applied to the hypothetical IEEE 24-bus test system with 26-generator and 32-generator system with constant loads and detailed simulation studies have been carried out to examine the performance of the proposed scheme. The problem is solved using DICOPT solver for MINLP problem under GAMS software.

 

 

 


 

 

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