Dawood TALEBI KHANMIRI

(PhD candidate)


418 Dana Research Center
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115

Voice:(617) 373-4029
talibikhanmiri@husky.neu.edu

About Me:

I received my BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran. I worked a few years as an electrical engineer, a research fellow and a lecturer in Iran before I joined the Power Electronics Research Group at Northeastern University

Research Interests:

Power Electronics, Power Systems, Surge Protection Devices (SPDs)

Ongoing Projects:

Project: Health Monitoring and Lifetime Estimation of Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs)
Description: Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) are nonlinear components widely used for portection against lightning surges and overvoltage transients in power systems and electric appliances. MOVs are known to degrade over time when they discharge large surge currents. Monitoring the health and estimating the remainging lifetime of the MOVs are of critical importance to system protection and reliability.

Project: Hybrid Surge Protective Devices (HSPDs)
Description: The term "Hybrid SPD" is usually used to address those Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) That use more than one type of protective components. Various SPDs have different advantages and disadvantages. Using different types of SPDs in a coordinated way in combination with solid state electronics would help maximize the benefits and overcome the limitations of each SPD.

Publications

[1] Dawood Talebi Khanmiri, Roy Ball, Jerry Mosesian, Brad Lehman, "Degradation of Low Voltage Metal Oxide Varistors in Power Supplies," 31st Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition, 2016

[2] Dawood Talebi Khanmiri, Roy Ball, Craig Mckenzie, Brad Lehman, "Energy Absorption Capability of Low Voltage Metal Oxide Varistors in AC and Impulse Currents," 31st Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition, 2016

[3] Dawood Talebi Khanmiri, N. Nasiri, T. Abedinzadeh, "Optimal reactive power dispatch using an improved genetic algorithm," International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp.463-466, August 2012.

[4] T. Abedinzadeh, M. Ehsan, D. Talebi Khanmiri, "Dynamic Modeling and control of Doubly-Fed Induction Generators in Wind Turbines Using PSCAD/EMTDC," International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.165-169, April 2012.

[5] Dawood Talebi Khanmiri, N. Nasiri, S. T. Mobaraki, "Optimal Reactive Power Dispatch by Genetic Algorithm and Particle Swarm Optimization Considering Lost Opportunities," International Conference on Computer, Electrical, and Systems Sciences, and Engineering, Kuala Lumpur, pp.871-876, 19-21 Feb. 2012.

[6] D. Talebi Khanmiri, M. Kalantar, R. Zakerifar and H. Sardari, "Optimal reactive power dispatch using an improved genetic algorithm for loss reduction in power systems," 11th Electric Power Distribution Conference, Mazandaran, Iran, pp.328-335, 2006.

[7] S. Jamali, H. Sardari, D. Talebi Khanmiri and R. Zakerifar, "A new half cycle phasor estimation for protecting power systems," 21th International Power System Conference, Tehran, Iran, 2006.

[8] R. Behzadi, M. Oskuee, M. Vafakish, D. Talebi Khanmiri and D. Habibinia, "Design and development of a voltage and current metering insulator for 20kV overhead lines," 20th International Power System Conference, Tehran, Iran, pp.1-9, 2005.

[9] A. Kazemi, M. Kalantar and D. Talebi Khanmiri, "A novel voltage stability index for distribution networks in presence of a DSTATCOM," 10th Electric Power Distribution Conference, Tabriz, Iran, pp.257-264, 2005.

[10] D. Talebi Khanmiri, Saeed Rezazadeh, "A review on power quality improvement in distribution networks by DSTATCOM," 8th ISCEE, Kerman, Iran, 2005.

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