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Prof. Dr. Tahir Nadeem Malik
Prof. Dr. Tahir Nadeem Malik
Verified email at uettaxila.edu.pk
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A new hybrid approach for the solution of nonconvex economic dispatch problem with valve-point effects
TN Malik, A ul Asar, MF Wyne, S Akhtar
Electric Power Systems Research 80 (9), 1128-1136, 2010
1202010
Dynamic economic dispatch incorporating photovoltaic and wind generation using hybrid FPA with SQP
A Abid, TN Malik, F Abid, IA Sajjad
IETE Journal of Research 66 (2), 204-213, 2020
152020
Energy management in commercial building microgrids
A Raza, TN Malik
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 11 (1), 015502, 2019
142019
Probablistic generation model for optimal allocation of PV DG in distribution system with time-varying load models
MFN Khan, TN Malik
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 9 (6), 065503, 2017
132017
Risk-averse home energy management system
S Ali, TN Malik, A Raza
IEEE Access 8, 91779-91798, 2020
122020
Energy management in residential buildings using energy hub approach
A Raza, TN Malik, MFN Khan, S Ali
Building Simulation 13 (2), 363-386, 2020
112020
Evaporation rate based water cycle algorithm for the environmental economic scheduling of hydrothermal energy systems
SS Haroon, TN Malik
journal of renewable and sustainable energy 8 (4), 044501, 2016
112016
Peak load sharing based on blade pitch control of wind turbine in the presence of utility supply
M Mansoor Ashraf, T Nadeem Malik, M Iqbal
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 6 (1), 013110, 2014
112014
Design of a three-phase multistage axial flux permanent magnet generator for wind turbine applications
M ASHRAF, TN Malik
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences 25 (1), 520-538, 2017
102017
Short-term economic emission power scheduling of hydrothermal systems using improved chaotic hybrid differential evolution
TN Malik, S Zafar, S Haroon
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences 24 (4), 2654 …, 2016
102016
An improved chaotic hybrid differential evolution for the short-term hydrothermal scheduling problem considering practical constraints
TN Malik, S Zafar, S Haroon
Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 16 (5), 404-417, 2015
102015
Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in Smart Grid: A Review
S Zafar, K Nawaz, SAR Naqvi, TN Malik
The Nucleus 50 (4), 311-327, 2013
102013
Impact of time varying load models on PV DG planning
MF Nadeem Khan, TN Malik, IA Sajjad
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 10 (3), 035501, 2018
92018
Economic analysis of net metering regulations for residential consumers in Pakistan
W ur Rehman, IA Sajjad, TN Malik, L Martirano, M Manganelli
2017 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering …, 2017
92017
Accounting carbon dioxide emission and stratification of carbon stock in Western Ghats, India. A geospatial approach
H Mushtaq, T Malik
Int J Remote Sens Geosci 3 (1), 1-5, 2014
92014
Simultaneous placement and sizing of multi-dg units in distribution system using igsa
MF Nadeem, TN Malik, AR Imtiaz, G Ali
2018 International Conference on Computing, Mathematics and Engineering …, 2018
82018
Evaporation rate-based water cycle algorithm for short-term hydrothermal scheduling
SS Haroon, TN Malik
Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering 42 (7), 2615-2630, 2017
82017
Least‐cost generation expansion planning using whale optimization algorithm incorporating emission reduction and renewable energy sources
U Nawaz, TN Malik, MM Ashraf
International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems 30 (3), e12238, 2020
72020
Least cost generation expansion planning in the presence of renewable energy sources using correction matrix method with indicators-based discrete water cycle algorithm
MM Ashraf, TN Malik
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 11 (5), 056301, 2019
72019
Design and fabrication of radial flux permanent magnet generator for wind turbine applications
MM Ashraf, TN Malik, S Zafar, UN Raja
The Nucleus 50 (2), 173-181, 2013
72013
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