Yonghua Song - Selected Publications#

(1) Hongcai Zhang, Zechun Hu, Zhiwei Xu, and Yonghua Song. "Evaluation of achievable vehicle-to-grid capacity using aggregate PEV model." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 32, no. 1 (2017): 784-794.
(Proposed a method for evaluating vehicle-to-grid capacity of large-scale plug-in electric vehicles and a smart charging strategy to guarantee both charging demands and the V2G capacity evaluated in advance. Cited 55 times)

(2) Zhiwei Xu, Wencong Su, Zechun Hu, Yonghua Song, and Hongcai Zhang. "A hierarchical framework for coordinated charging of plug-in electric vehicles in China." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 7, no. 1 (2016): 428-438.
(Proposed three-level (e.g., provincial level, municipal level, and charging station level) plug-in electric vehicle charging strategy jointly optimizes system load profile and charging costs while satisfying customer charging requirements. Cited 46 times)

(3) Wan, Can, Jian Zhao, Yonghua Song, Zhao Xu, Jin Lin, and Zechun Hu. "Photovoltaic and solar power forecasting for smart grid energy management." CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems 1, no. 4 (2015): 38-46.
(Presented relevant research work on developing PV and solar power forecasting approaches and the applications of solar forecasting in smart grid energy management which were thoroughly investigated. Cited 128 times)

(4) Hao Jiang, Jin Lin, Yonghua Song, Wenzhong Gao, Yu Xu, Bin Shu, Xiaomin Li, and Jianxun Dong. "Demand side frequency control scheme in an isolated wind power system for industrial aluminum smelting production." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 29, no. 2 (2014): 844-853.
(Studied an actual industrial case: an isolated power system for aluminum production with integrated wind penetration levels as high as 30%. Proposed a demand-side frequency control scheme responding to frequency deviations of the system. Cited 32 times)

(5) Liu, Hui, Zechun Hu, Yonghua Song, and Jin Lin. "Decentralized vehicle-to-grid control for primary frequency regulation considering charging demands." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 28, no. 3 (2013): 3480-3489.
(Proposed a decentralized vehicle-to-grid control method for electric vehicles to participate in primary frequency control considering charging demands required by electric vehicle users. Cited 227 times, Highly Cited Paper)

(6) Wang, Xi-Fan, Yonghua Song, and Malcolm Irving. Modern power systems analysis. Springer Science & Business Media, 2010.
(This book provides new theories, models, and algorithms for the analysis of electrical power systems. It features recent developments in areas such as power flow analysis in a market environment, calculation of AC/DC interconnected systems, control and calculation for FACTS devices, and stochastic security analysis. Cited 359 times)

(7) Jiang, Tao, Yang Yang, and Yong-Hua Song. "Exponential companding technique for PAPR reduction in OFDM systems." IEEE Transactions on broadcasting 51, no. 2 (2005): 244-248.
(A new nonlinear companding technique, called "exponential companding", was proposed to reduce the high Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) signals. Cited 394 times)

(8) Yonghua Song and Allan T. Johns (eds.), Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS). London: Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1999.
(This is a pioneer book which provides a comprehensive guide to FACTS, covering all major aspects in research and development of FACTS technologies. Various real-world applications are also included to demonstrate the issues and benefits of applying FACTS. Cited 1348 times)

(9) Xie, Kai, Y-H. Song, John Stonham, Erkeng Yu, and Guangyi Liu. "Decomposition model and interior point methods for optimal spot pricing of electricity in deregulation environments." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 15, no. 1 (2000): 39-50.
(An integrated optimal spot pricing model was proposed, which includes the derivation of optimal nodal specific real-time prices for active and reactive powers, and the method to decompose them into different components corresponding to generation, loss, and many selected ancillary services. Cited 194 times)

(10) Song, Y. H., G. S. Wang, P. Y. Wang, and A. T. Johns. "Environmental/economic dispatch using fuzzy logic controlled genetic algorithms." IEE Proceedings-Generation, Transmission and Distribution 144, no. 4 (1997): 377-382.
(Proposed the application of a fuzzy logic controlled genetic algorithm, which includes two fuzzy controllers based on some heuristics to adaptively adjust the crossover probability and mutation rate to power system environmental/economic dispatch during the optimization process. Cited 258 times)

Yonghua Song has authored over 550 research papers, many in top international journals including IEEE TPWRS, IEEE TSG, IET GTD and with frequent citations (>15,500 citations in Google Scholar). As of February 2019, his h-index is 61 and i10-index is 291.

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