Hamid Reza Shaker
Hamid Reza Shaker
Professor, SDU Center for Energy Informatics, University of Southern Denmark
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Comparative analysis of white-, gray-and black-box models for thermal simulation of indoor environment: Teaching building case study
K Arendt, M Jradi, HR Shaker, C Veje
Building Performance Analysis Conference and SimBuild: Co-organized by …, 2018
Fault detection and diagnosis for smart buildings: State of the art, trends and challenges
S Lazarova-Molnar, HR Shaker, N Mohamed
2016 3rd MEC International Conference on Big Data and Smart City (ICBDSC), 1-7, 2016
Predictive maintenance for pump systems and thermal power plants: State-of-the-art review, trends and challenges
J Fausing Olesen, HR Shaker
Sensors 20 (8), 2425, 2020
A survey of fault prediction and location methods in electrical energy distribution networks
R Dashti, M Daisy, H Mirshekali, HR Shaker, MH Aliabadi
Measurement 184, 109947, 2021
A novel fault location methodology for smart distribution networks
H Mirshekali, R Dashti, A Keshavarz, AJ Torabi, HR Shaker
IEEE Transactions on smart grid 12 (2), 1277-1288, 2020
Optimal energy management in the smart microgrid considering the electrical energy storage system and the demand-side energy efficiency program
S Dorahaki, R Dashti, HR Shaker
Journal of Energy Storage 28, 101229, 2020
Wind power forecasting using machine learning: State of the art, trends and challenges
KL Jørgensen, HR Shaker
2020 IEEE 8th International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering …, 2020
A method for fault detection and diagnostics in ventilation units using virtual sensors
CG Mattera, J Quevedo, T Escobet, HR Shaker, M Jradi
Sensors 18 (11), 3931, 2018
Distribution network fault section identification and fault location using artificial neural network
M Dashtdar, R Dashti, HR Shaker
2018 5th international conference on electrical and electronic engineering …, 2018
Distributed strategy for optimal dispatch of unbalanced three-phase islanded microgrids
PP Vergara, JM Rey, HR Shaker, JM Guerrero, BN Jørgensen, ...
IEEE transactions on smart grid 10 (3), 3210-3225, 2018
Frequency-Interval Model Reduction of Bilinear Systems
HR Shaker, M Tahavori
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 59 (7), 1948-1953, 2014
Impedance-based fault location method for four-wire power distribution networks
R Dashti, M Daisy, HR Shaker, M Tahavori
Ieee Access 6, 1342-1349, 2017
Optimal sensor and actuator location for unstable systems
HR Shaker, M Tahavori
Journal of Vibration and Control 19 (12), 915-1920, 2013
Fault detection and efficiency assessment for hvac systems using non-intrusive load monitoring: A review
A Rafati, HR Shaker, S Ghahghahzadeh
Energies 15 (1), 341, 2022
A generalized model for the optimal operation of microgrids in grid-connected and islanded droop-based mode
PP Vergara, JM Rey, JC López, MJ Rider, LCP da Silva, HR Shaker, ...
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 10 (5), 5032-5045, 2018
Model Reduction of Switched Systems Based on Switching Generalized Gramians
HR Shaker, R Wisniewski
International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control 8 (7B …, 2012
Generalised gramian framework for model/controller order reduction of switched systems
HR Shaker, R Wisniewski
International Journal of Systems Science 42 (9), 1277-1291, 2011
High dimensional very short-term solar power forecasting based on a data-driven heuristic method
A Rafati, M Joorabian, E Mashhour, HR Shaker
Energy 219, 119647, 2021
Novel real-time model-based fault detection method for automatic identification of abnormal energy performance in building ventilation units
M Bang, SS Engelsgaard, EK Alexandersen, MR Skydt, HR Shaker, ...
Energy and Buildings 183, 238-251, 2019
A stochastic programming model for the optimal operation of unbalanced three-phase islanded microgrids
PP Vergara, JC López, MJ Rider, HR Shaker, LCP da Silva, ...
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 115, 105446, 2020
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