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Hassan A Khan
Hassan A Khan
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, LUMS; Senior Member IEEE
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Solar PV-based scalable DC microgrid for rural electrification in developing regions
M Nasir, HA Khan, A Hussain, L Mateen, NA Zaffar
IEEE Transactions on sustainable energy 9 (1), 390-399, 2018
2492018
A decentralized control architecture applied to dc nanogrid clusters for rural electrification in developing regions
M Nasir, Z Jin, HA Khan, NA Zaffar, JC Vasquez, JM Guerrero
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 34 (2), 1773-1785, 2019
1772019
Hotspot diagnosis for solar photovoltaic modules using a Naive Bayes classifier
KAK Niazi, W Akhtar, HA Khan, Y Yang, S Athar
Solar Energy 190, 34-43, 2019
1442019
Technological review on solar PV in Pakistan: Scope, practices and recommendations for optimized system design
HA Khan, S Pervaiz
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 23, 147-154, 2013
1312013
Circular economy of Li Batteries: Technologies and trends
H Ali, HA Khan, MG Pecht
Journal of Energy Storage 40, 102690, 2021
1172021
Optimal planning and design of low-voltage low-power solar dc microgrids
M Nasir, S Iqbal, HA Khan
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 33 (3), 2919-2928, 2018
972018
Determinants of Islamic social reporting in Islamic banks of Pakistan
A Hussain, M Khan, A Rehman, S Sahib Zada, S Malik, A Khattak, H Khan
International Journal of Law and Management 63 (1), 1-15, 2021
782021
DC distribution for residential power networks—A framework to analyze the impact of voltage levels on energy efficiency
K Siraj, HA Khan
Energy Reports 6, 944-951, 2020
742020
The potential of solar powered transportation and the case for solar powered railway in Pakistan
SHI Jaffery, M Khan, L Ali, HA Khan, RA Mufti, A Khan, N Khan, SM Jaffery
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 39, 270-276, 2014
742014
Preprocessing of spent lithium-ion batteries for recycling: Need, methods, and trends
H Ali, HA Khan, M Pecht
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 168, 112809, 2022
672022
The effect of inverter failures on the return on investment of solar photovoltaic systems
TJ Formica, HA Khan, MG Pecht
IEEE Access 5, 21336-21343, 2017
632017
Scalable solar dc micrigrids: on the path to revolutionizing the electrification architecture of developing communities
M Nasir, HA Khan, NA Zaffar, JC Vasquez, JM Guerrero
IEEE Electrification Magazine 6 (4), 63-72, 2018
622018
Analysis on central and distributed architectures of solar powered DC microgrids
M Nasir, NA Zaffar, HA Khan
2016 Clemson University Power Systems Conference (PSC), 1-6, 2016
592016
Decentralised electric power delivery for rural electrification in Pakistan
HA Khan, HF Ahmad, M Nasir, MF Nadeem, NA Zaffar
Energy policy 120, 312-323, 2018
512018
String level optimisation on grid-tied solar PV systems to reduce partial shading loss
AS Rana, M Nasir, HA Khan
IET Renewable Power Generation 12 (2), 143-148, 2018
512018
Harmonic analysis of grid-connected solar PV systems with nonlinear household loads in low-voltage distribution networks
SM Ahsan, HA Khan, A Hussain, S Tariq, NA Zaffar
Sustainability 13 (7), 3709, 2021
502021
Plug-in electric bus depot charging with PV and ESS and their impact on LV feeder
SM Arif, TT Lie, BC Seet, SM Ahsan, HA Khan
Energies 13 (9), 2139, 2020
502020
Integration and decentralized control of standalone solar home systems for off-grid community applications
M Nasir, M Anees, HA Khan, I Khan, Y Xu, JM Guerrero
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 55 (6), 7240-7250, 2019
502019
Hotspots and performance evaluation of crystalline-silicon and thin-film photovoltaic modules
S Ahsan, KAK Niazi, HA Khan, Y Yang
Microelectronics Reliability 88, 1014-1018, 2018
482018
Design and analysis of solar PV based low-power low-voltage DC microgrid architectures for rural electrification
M Hamza, M Shehroz, S Fazal, M Nasir, HA Khan
2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, 1-5, 2017
432017
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