Assistant Professor Dr. Mohammad Kadhem Eidan received the certificate of the

best scientific research at an international conference


Advanced Computational Methods in Energy, Power, Electric Vehicles, and Their Integration 

International Conference on Life System Modeling and Simulation, LSMS 2017 and

International Conference on Intelligent Computing for Sustainable Energy and Environment,

ICSEE 2017, Nanjing, China, September 22-24, 2017, Proceedings, Part 3


The Paper Title:

Integration of the Demand Side Management with Active and Reactive Power Economic Dispatch of Microgrid


      This Paper presents a fully developed integration of the demand side management (DSM) into multi-period unified active power dynamic economic dispatch of the microgrid (MGs) combined with the unit commitment (UC) to reduce the total operational cost or maximizes the profit with higher security.       In the proposed optimization approach all consumers, such as residential, industrial, and commercial one can involve simultaneously in the DSM techniques. The shifting techniques are applied to the residential load, while demand bidding program (DBP) is applied to the industrial and commercial loads.The proposed optimal approach is tested on a low voltage (LV) hybrid connection MG including different types of loads and distributed generators (DGs). The results reveal that the proposed optimization approaches reduce the operation cost of the MG, while there are no impacts of the DSM on the profile.


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