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Lanre Olatomiwa, PhD.
Lanre Olatomiwa, PhD.
Associate Professor of Elect/Elect Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
Verified email at futminna.edu.ng - Homepage
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Energy management strategies in hybrid renewable energy systems: A review
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, MS Ismail, M Moghavvemi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62, 821-835, 2016
4632016
Performance analysis of hybrid PV/diesel/battery system using HOMER: A case study Sabah, Malaysia
LM Halabi, S Mekhilef, L Olatomiwa, J Hazelton
Energy conversion and management 144, 322-339, 2017
3262017
A support vector machine–firefly algorithm-based model for global solar radiation prediction
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, S Shamshirband, K Mohammadi, D Petković, ...
Solar Energy 115, 632-644, 2015
3082015
Economic evaluation of hybrid energy systems for rural electrification in six geo-political zones of Nigeria
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, ASN Huda, OS Ohunakin
Renewable Energy 83, 435-446, 2015
2632015
Performance evaluation of a stand-alone PV-wind-diesel-battery hybrid system feasible for a large resort center in South China Sea, Malaysia
M Hossain, S Mekhilef, L Olatomiwa
Sustainable cities and society 28, 358-366, 2017
2622017
Techno‐economic analysis of hybrid PV–diesel–battery and PV–wind–diesel–battery power systems for mobile BTS: the way forward for rural development
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, ASN Huda, K Sanusi
Energy Science & Engineering 3 (4), 271-285, 2015
1932015
Application of extreme learning machine for short term output power forecasting of three grid-connected PV systems
M Hossain, S Mekhilef, M Danesh, L Olatomiwa, S Shamshirband
journal of Cleaner Production 167, 395-405, 2017
1772017
Adaptive neuro-fuzzy approach for solar radiation prediction in Nigeria
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, S Shamshirband, D Petković
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 51, 1784-1791, 2015
1692015
Hybrid renewable energy supply for rural healthcare facilities: An approach to quality healthcare delivery
L Olatomiwa, R Blanchard, S Mekhilef, D Akinyele
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 30, 121-138, 2018
1232018
Hybrid renewable power supply for rural health clinics (RHC) in six geo-political zones of Nigeria
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, OS Ohunakin
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 13, 1-12, 2016
1052016
Optimal configuration assessments of hybrid renewable power supply for rural healthcare facilities
L Olatomiwa
Energy Reports 2, 141-146, 2016
872016
Assessment of technical and economic feasibility for a hybrid PV-wind-diesel-battery energy system in a remote community of north central Nigeria
S Salisu, MW Mustafa, L Olatomiwa, OO Mohammed
Alexandria Engineering Journal 58 (4), 1103-1118, 2019
672019
Optimal sizing of hybrid energy system for a remote telecom tower: A case study in Nigeria
LJ Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, ASN Huda
2014 IEEE Conference on Energy Conversion (CENCON), 243-247, 2014
602014
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Potential of support vector regression for solar radiation prediction in Nigeria
L Olatomiwa, S Mekhilef, S Shamshirband, D Petkovic
Natural Hazards 77 (2), 1055-1068, 2015
442015
Towards a more efficient and cost-sensitive extreme learning machine: A state-of-the-art review of recent trend
PA Alaba, SI Popoola, L Olatomiwa, MB Akanle, OS Ohunakin, E Adetiba, ...
Neurocomputing 350, 70-90, 2019
362019
Application of the hybrid ANFIS models for long term wind power density prediction with extrapolation capability
M Hossain, S Mekhilef, F Afifi, LM Halabi, L Olatomiwa, ...
PloS one 13 (4), e0193772, 2018
332018
Performance assessment of three grid-connected photovoltaic systems with combined capacity of 6.575 kWp in Malaysia
MN Akhter, S Mekhilef, H Mokhlis, L Olatomiwa, MA Muhammad
Journal of Cleaner Production 277, 123242, 2020
232020
Design and development of a low cost automatic transfer switch (ATS) with an over-voltage protection
L Olatomiwa, R Olufadi
Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST) 1 (4 …, 2014
222014
Comparative study and sensitivity analysis of a standalone hybrid energy system for electrification of rural healthcare facility in Nigeria
JO Oladigbolu, YA Al-Turki, L Olatomiwa
Alexandria Engineering Journal 60 (6), 5547-5565, 2021
172021
Possibility of solar thermal power generation technologies in Nigeria: Challenges and policy directions
D Akinyele, O Babatunde, C Monyei, L Olatomiwa, A Okediji, D Ighravwe, ...
Renewable Energy Focus 29, 24-41, 2019
172019
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