Efstratios (Stratis) Batzelis, PhD
Efstratios (Stratis) Batzelis, PhD
Lecturer and RAEng Research Fellow, University of Southampton
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A method for the analytical extraction of the single-diode PV model parameters
EI Batzelis, SA Papathanassiou
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 7 (2), 504-512, 2015
1492015
An Explicit PV String Model Based on the Lambert Function and Simplified MPP Expressions for Operation Under Partial Shading
EI Batzelis, IA Routsolias, SA Papathanassiou
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 5 (1), 301-312, 2013
1272013
Direct MPP calculation in terms of the single-diode PV model parameters
EI Batzelis, GE Kampitsis, SA Papathanassiou, SN Manias
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 30 (1), 226-236, 2014
972014
Power reserves control for PV systems with real-time MPP estimation via curve fitting
EI Batzelis, GE Kampitsis, SA Papathanassiou
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 8 (3), 1269-1280, 2017
812017
Energy models for photovoltaic systems under partial shading conditions: a comprehensive review
EI Batzelis, PS Georgilakis, SA Papathanassiou
IET Renewable Power Generation 9 (4), 340-349, 2015
732015
Partial shading analysis of multistring PV arrays and derivation of simplified MPP expressions
GN Psarros, EI Batzelis, SA Papathanassiou
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 6 (2), 499-508, 2015
522015
Simple PV performance equations theoretically well founded on the single-diode model
EI Batzelis
IEEE Journal of photovoltaics 7 (5), 1400-1409, 2017
482017
PV system control to provide active power reserves under partial shading conditions
EI Batzelis, SA Papathanassiou, BC Pal
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 33 (11), 9163-9175, 2018
292018
Non-iterative methods for the extraction of the single-diode model parameters of photovoltaic modules: a review and comparative assessment
E Batzelis
Energies 12 (3), 358, 2019
262019
Solar irradiation independent expression for photovoltaic generator maximum power line
S Kolesnik, M Sitbon, S Lineykin, E Batzelis, S Papathanassiou, T Suntio, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 7 (5), 1416-1420, 2017
182017
A state-space dynamic model for photovoltaic systems with full ancillary services support
EI Batzelis, G Anagnostou, IR Cole, TR Betts, BC Pal
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 10 (3), 1399-1409, 2018
172018
Machine learning algorithms in forecasting of photovoltaic power generation
D Su, E Batzelis, B Pal
2019 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies (SEST …, 2019
132019
Active power control in PV systems based on a quadratic curve fitting algorithm for the MPP estimation
E Batzelis, S Nanou, S Papathanassiou
Proc. 29th Eur. Photovolt. Sol. Energy Conf. Exhib.(EU PVSEC 2014), 3036-3040, 2014
122014
A state-space representation of irradiance-driven dynamics in two-stage photovoltaic systems
EI Batzelis, G Anagnostou, BC Pal
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 8 (4), 1119-1124, 2018
92018
A MPPT algorithm for partial shading conditions employing curve fitting
E Batzelis, GE Kampitsis, SA Papathanassiou
EU PVSEC, 1502-1507, 2016
62016
Active power control in PV systems using a curve fitting algorithm based on the single-diode model
E Batzelis, T Sofianopoulos, S Papathanassiou
Proc. 31st Eur. Photovolt. Sol. Energy Conf. Exhib., 2402-2407, 2015
62015
An algorithm to detect partial shading conditions in a PV system
E Batzelis, SA Papathanassiou
Materials Science Forum 856, 303-308, 2016
52016
Computation of the Lambert W function in photovoltaic modeling
EI Batzelis, G Anagnostou, C Chakraborty, BC Pal
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering; JB Metzler: Berlin, Germany, 583-595, 2020
42020
An efficient MPPT algorithm for partially shaded PV strings
E Batzelis, S Papathanassiou
Proc. 31st Eur. Photovolt. Sol. Energy Conf. Exhib.(EU PVSEC 2015), 1615-1619, 2015
42015
Analysis of local MPPs on the PV curve of a partially shaded PV string
G Psarros, E Batzelis, S Papathanassiou
EU PVSEC, 3383-3389, 2014
42014
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