Ahmad Adel Alsakati

Ahmad Adel Alsakati
Taylor's University · School of Computer Science and Engineering

PhD (Engineering)
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5201-8179

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Introduction
He received Bachelor and Master in Electrical Engineering from Damascus University, Syria, in 2007, 2012. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at Taylor’s University. The area of research includes power system planning, operation and optimization. He focuses on renewable energy integration power systems and the impact of distributed generation on power system stability. He is an IEEE Student Member. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5201-8179
Additional affiliations
January 2022 - March 2022
PSI Incontrol Sdn Bhd
Position
  • Internship
Description
  • - Modelling and simulation of power system substations. - Current transformers and differential protections.
April 2020 - present
Taylor's University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Running the practical classes including Electrical Power & Machines Lab, ETAP Labs for Power System Protection & Switchgear and Power System Analysis & Protection. Running the Power System Analysis & Protection tutorials. Supervising the final year project students.
June 2008 - November 2016
Damascus University
Position
  • Acting Member
Description
  • Ran the practical classes including Electrical Power Systems, Analysis of Electrical Networks, and Protection of Electrical Power Systems modules.
Education
September 2008 - April 2012
Damascus University
Field of study
  • Electrical Power Systems Engineering
September 2002 - July 2007
Damascus University
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering

Publications

Publications (15)
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There is a growing need for stability enhancement in modern electrical networks integrated with wind energy, particularly due to different oscillation modes disturbances. Power system stabilizers (PSSs) are used to mitigate oscillations and improve the stability of the power system. This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of single-band PSS1A...
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Electric vehicles (EVs) are poised to lead the transportation sector as the primary choice of automobile due to their efficiency and environmental benefits. EVs with enhanced autonomy and reduced pricing have become feasible in the market, enabling a gradual transition for higher EV penetration. However, electric vehicles require highly efficient a...
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Stability of power system is an ability of an electric power system that reaches its stable condition after fault happens in its network. The system is unstable when one generator loses its stable synchronism performance. This paper investigates the transient stability of an IEEE 9-bus system during faults that happen in different bus locations. Ad...
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Electricity is in high demand with a fast-growing population; hence it is advisable to turn towards green energy. In this research, Wind Turbine (WT) is modelled with two different types of induction generators (IGs), which are the Doubly-Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) and Squirrel-Cage Induction Generator (SCIG) and implemented to IEEE 9-Bus syste...
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Wind Energy serves as one of the most cost-efficient renewable sources of energy that reduces the carbon emissions. The need for stability enhancement in power systems with the integration of wind energy is a great concern as this is future forward towards energy sustainability. Multi-Band Power System Stabilizer (MB-PSS) has proven to be an effect...
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The use of wind energy is increased due to the high demand for sustainable energy. The penetration of wind energy in electrical networks might have several effects on load flow and power system stability. In this research, the transient stability of the IEEE 9-Bus system integrated with Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) is analyzed. Additionall...
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Due to increased load demand, the power system developers are encouraged to meet power quality requirements. Using harmonic filter and capacitor bank is one of the essential solutions in mitigating power quality issues. This research aims to mitigate harmonics and improve the voltage in distribution systems by using ETAP. For this purpose, a distri...
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66/20 kV distribution system includes 5 Power Grids, transformers, transmission lines, and loads on 20 kV. The system is subjected to some power quality issues such as low power factor, drop voltage, and harmonic distortions. Several solutions can be considered to improve power quality of the grids.

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Projects

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This work addresses the power quality, power system reliability, and resilient infrastructure of the distribution system which comes under the purview of Sustainable Development – Develop Sustainable, Resilient and Inclusive Infrastructures.