Karar Mahmoud
Karar Mahmoud
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Aswan University, 81542 Aswan, Egypt
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Optimal distributed generation allocation in distribution systems for loss minimization
K Mahmoud, N Yorino, A Ahmed
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 31 (2), 960-969, 2016
1542016
Accurate photovoltaic power forecasting models using deep LSTM-RNN
M Abdel-Nasser, K Mahmoud
Neural Computing and Applications 31 (7), 2727-2740, 2019
842019
Unbalanced distribution power‐flow model and analysis of wind turbine generating systems
M Abdel‐Akher, K Mahmoud
International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems 23 (5), 689-700, 2013
282013
Robust quadratic-based BFS power flow method for multi-phase distribution systems
K Mahmoud, N Yorino
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 10 (9), 2240-2250, 2016
172016
Power loss minimization in distribution systems using multiple distributed generations
K Mahmoud, N Yorino, A Ahmed
IEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering 10 (5), 521--526, 2015
172015
Efficient three-phase power-flow method for unbalanced radial distribution systems
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-Akher
Melecon 2010-2010 15th IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference, 125-130, 2010
172010
Efficient SPF approach based on regression and correction models for active distribution systems
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-nasser
IET Renewable Power Generation, 8 pp., 2017
152017
Optimal selection of LQR parameter using AIS for LFC in a multi-area power system
M Abdillah, H Setiadi, AB Reihara, K Mahmoud, IW Farid, A Soeprijanto
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power, and Vehicular Technology 7 (2 …, 2016
152016
Electric distribution network planning
F Shahnia, A Arefi, G Ledwich
Springer, 2018
132018
A Novel Smart Grid State Estimation Method Based on Neural Networks
M Abdel-Nasser, K Mahmoud, H Kashef
The International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence, 2018
132018
Sizing and locating distributed generations for losses minimization and voltage stability improvement
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-Akher, AFA Ahmed
2010 IEEE International Conference on Power and Energy, 600-604, 2010
102010
Fast yet Accurate Energy-Loss-Assessment Approach for Analyzing/Sizing PV in Distribution Systems Using Machine Learning
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-Nasser
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 10 (3), 1025 - 1033, 2019
92019
Optimal oversizing of utility-owned renewable DG inverter for voltage rise prevention in MV distribution systems
A Ali, D Raisz, K Mahmoud
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 105, 500-513, 2019
92019
Sensitivity-based and optimization-based methods for mitigating voltage fluctuation and rise in the presence of PV and PHEVs
A Ali, D Raisz, K Mahmoud
International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems, 2017
92017
Induction generator model for unbalanced distribution power-flow analysis
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-Akher, M Orabi
2010 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 2786-2790, 2010
82010
Economic dispatch using stochastic whale optimization algorithm
FA Mohamed, M Abdel-Nasser, K Mahmoud, S Kamel
2018 International Conference on Innovative Trends in Computer Engineering …, 2018
72018
Implementation of three-phase transformer model in radial load-flow analysis
M Abdel-Akher, K Mahmoud
Ain Shams Engineering Journal 4 (1), 65-73, 2013
72013
Analysis of hybrid photovoltaic and wind energies connected to unbalanced distribution systems
K Mahmoud, M Abdel-Akher
2010 IEEE International Conference on Power and Energy, 79-84, 2010
72010
Management of voltage regulators in unbalanced distribution networks using voltage/tap sensitivity analysis
A Bedawy, N Yorino, K Mahmoud
2018 International Conference on Innovative Trends in Computer Engineering …, 2018
62018
Accurate economic dispatch solution using hybrid whale-wolf optimization method
FA Mohamed, M AbdelNasser, K Mahmoud, S Kamel
2017 Nineteenth International Middle East Power Systems Conference (MEPCON …, 2017
62017
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