Dong Gu Choi
Dong Gu Choi
Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology
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TitleCited byYear
Life cycle energy and greenhouse gas emissions for an ethanol production process based on blue-green algae
D Luo, Z Hu, DG Choi, VM Thomas, MJ Realff, RR Chance
Environmental science & technology 44 (22), 8670-8677, 2010
An electricity generation planning model incorporating demand response
DG Choi, VM Thomas
Energy Policy 42, 429-441, 2012
An analysis of the optimum renewable energy portfolio using the bottom–up model: Focusing on the electricity generation sector in South Korea
SY Park, BY Yun, CY Yun, DH Lee, DG Choi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53, 319-329, 2016
Relation of biofuel to bioelectricity and agriculture: Food security, fuel security, and reducing greenhouse emissions
VM Thomas, DG Choi, D Luo, A Okwo, JH Wang
Chemical engineering research and design 87 (9), 1140-1146, 2009
Is the concept of ‘grid parity’defined appropriately to evaluate the cost-competitiveness of renewable energy technologies?
DG Choi, SY Park, NB Park, JC Hong
Energy Policy 86, 718-728, 2015
Coordinated EV adoption: double-digit reductions in emissions and fuel use for $40/vehicle-year
DG Choi, F Kreikebaum, VM Thomas, D Divan
Environmental science & technology 47 (18), 10703-10707, 2013
Quantitatively exploring the future of renewable portfolio standard in the Korean electricity sector via a bottom-up energy model
DG Choi, SY Park, JC Hong
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 50, 793-803, 2015
A long-term capacity expansion planning model for an electric power system integrating large-size renewable energy technologies
D Min, J Ryu, DG Choi
Computers & Operations Research 96, 244-255, 2018
Economic value assessment and optimal sizing of an energy storage system in a grid-connected wind farm
DG Choi, D Min, J Ryu
Energies 11 (3), 591, 2018
Business Model of Renewable Energy Resource Map
NB Park, SY Park, DG Choi, HG Kim, YH Kang
Journal of the Korean Solar Energy Society 36 (1), 39-47, 2016
Comprehensive analysis of GHG emission mitigation potentials from technology policy options in South Korea’s transportation sector using a bottom-up energy system model
S Park, H Kim, B Kim, DG Choi
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 62, 268-282, 2018
Technical and economic potential of highly efficient boiler technologies in the Korean industrial sector
NB Park, SY Park, JJ Kim, DG Choi, BY Yun, JC Hong
Energy 121, 884-891, 2017
A supercritical water approach to cellulosic sugars: lifecycle energy, greenhouse gas and water implications
VM Thomas, MJ Realff, DG Choi, D Luo
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012
탈원전・ 탈석탄・ 신재생 에너지 확대 정책에 따른 신규 전원구성의 수급 안정성 평가
민대기, 류종현, 최동구
에너지경제연구 17 (1), 1-35, 2018
Increasing the likelihood of large-scale grid-enabled vehicle (GEV) penetration through appropriate design choices
F Kreikebaum, DG Choi, F Lambert, VM Thomas, D Divan
2011 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, 1-6, 2011
Modelling the intrusive feelings of advanced driver assistance systems based on vehicle activity log data: case study for the lane keeping assistance system
K Park, J Kwahk, SH Han, M Song, DG Choi, H Jang, D Kim, YD Won, ...
International journal of automotive technology 20 (3), 455-463, 2019
Uncertainty quantification and scenario generation of future solar photovoltaic price for use in energy system models
H Kim, H Cheon, YH Ahn, DG Choi
Energy 168, 370-379, 2019
Measuring the Intrusive Feeling of a Lane Keeping Assistance System.
K Park, J Kwahk, SH Han, M Song, DG Choi, H Jang, D Kim
Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea 37 (4), 2018
Quantitative Analysis on the Energy and Environmental Impact of the Korean National Energy R&D Roadmap a Using Bottom-Up Energy System Model
SJ Choi, DG Choi, P Friley, H Kim, SY Park
Sustainability 9 (4), 538, 2017
Development of a Stochastic Model for Wind Power Production
J Ryu, DG Choi
Korean Management Science Review 33 (1), 35-47, 2016
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