GM Shafiullah
GM Shafiullah
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Hydrogen production for energy: An overview
F Dawood, M Anda, GM Shafiullah
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (7), 3847-3869, 2020
3272020
Potential challenges of integrating large-scale wind energy into the power grid–A review
GM Shafiullah, AMT Oo, ABMS Ali, P Wolfs
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 20, 306-321, 2013
1842013
Modeling techniques used in building HVAC control systems: A review
Z Afroz, GM Shafiullah, T Urmee, G Higgins
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 83, 64-84, 2018
1502018
Prospects of renewable energy–a feasibility study in the Australian context
GM Shafiullah, MTO Amanullah, ABMS Ali, D Jarvis, P Wolfs
Renewable Energy 39 (1), 183-197, 2012
1392012
Survey of wireless communications applications in the railway industry
GM Shafiullah, A Gyasi-Agyei, P Wolfs
The 2nd International Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Wideband …, 2007
1002007
A comprehensive review on renewable energy development, challenges, and policies of leading Indian states with an international perspective
RM Elavarasan, GM Shafiullah, S Padmanaban, NM Kumar, A Annam, ...
IEEE Access 8, 74432-74457, 2020
902020
COVID-19: Impact analysis and recommendations for power sector operation
RM Elavarasan, GM Shafiullah, K Raju, V Mudgal, MT Arif, T Jamal, ...
Applied energy 279, 115739, 2020
772020
Energy-efficient wireless MAC protocols for railway monitoring applications
GM Shafiullah, SA Azad, ABMS Ali
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 14 (2), 649-659, 2012
752012
From goals to joules: A quantitative approach of interlinkages between energy and the Sustainable Development Goals
WG Santika, M Anisuzzaman, PA Bahri, GM Shafiullah, GV Rupf, T Urmee
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 201-214, 2019
662019
A new approach to voltage management in unbalanced low voltage networks using demand response and OLTC considering consumer preference
MM Rahman, A Arefi, GM Shafiullah, S Hettiwatte
International journal of electrical power & energy systems 99, 11-27, 2018
612018
Potential challenges: Integrating renewable energy with the smart grid
GM Shafiullah, AMT Oo, D Jarvis, ABMS Ali, P Wolfs
2010 20th Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, 1-6, 2010
582010
Real-time prediction model for indoor temperature in a commercial building
Z Afroz, T Urmee, GM Shafiullah, G Higgins
Applied energy 231, 29-53, 2018
532018
Hybrid renewable energy integration (HREI) system for subtropical climate in Central Queensland, Australia
GM Shafiullah
Renewable energy 96, 1034-1053, 2016
532016
A preliminary feasibility of roof-mounted solar PV systems in the Maldives
I Ali, GM Shafiullah, T Urmee
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 83, 18-32, 2018
522018
Technical challenges of PV deployment into remote Australian electricity networks: A review
T Jamal, T Urmee, M Calais, GM Shafiullah, C Carter
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 77, 1309-1325, 2017
502017
Smart grid for a sustainable future
GM Shafiullah, AMT Oo, ABM Ali, P Wolfs
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy 4 (1), 23-34, 2013
502013
Effect of transition metal cations on stability enhancement for molybdate-based hybrid supercapacitor
T Watcharatharapong, M Minakshi Sundaram, S Chakraborty, D Li, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (21), 17977-17991, 2017
492017
Predicting vertical acceleration of railway wagons using regression algorithms
GM Shafiullah, ABMS Ali, A Thompson, PJ Wolfs
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 11 (2), 290-299, 2010
472010
Energy-efficient TDMA MAC protocol for wireless sensor networks applications
GM Shafiullah, A Thompson, PJ Wolfs, S Ali
2008 11th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, 85-90, 2008
452008
SSR mitigation of series-compensated DFIG wind farms by a nonlinear damping controller using partial feedback linearization
MA Chowdhury, GM Shafiullah
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 33 (3), 2528-2538, 2017
432017
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