Chu Donatus Iweh

Chu Donatus Iweh
University of Energy and Natural Resources | UENR · Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering

Master of Engineering
PhD Candidate

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Introduction
Chu Donatus Iweh currently Ph.D Candidate at the Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering, School of Engineering, University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana. Chu does research in Control Systems Engineering,Power Systems Modeling and Renewable Energy Solutions. Their current project is 'Distributed Generation and Renewable Energy Integration into the Electric Grid of Cameroon.
Additional affiliations
January 2016 - present
University of Buea
Position
  • Post Graduate Research Student
Description
  • Articulate Communicator and a Goal Oriented Doer
October 2014 - February 2015
ENEO- Cameroon
Position
  • Shift Engineer

Publications

Publications (6)
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The reliability of the distribution system is dependent on system components such as transformers. When faults occur in the distribution transformers, especially when they connect the power system to critical loads such as telecommunication systems, airports, hospital railways, etc., the failure could be catastrophic as it brings about material and...
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Cameroon is facing rapid population growth in addition to an expected high level of economic growth. Simultaneously, the rising risk of global climate change threatens to cause a decline in food production, increase droughts and fires; and shatter development and poverty reduction efforts. Even though greenhouse gas emission levels in Cameroon are...
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Power system operators are in search of proven solutions to improve the penetration levels of distributed generators (DGs) in the grid while minimizing cost. This transition is driven, among others, by global climate concerns, the growing power demand, the need for greater flexibility, the ageing grid infrastructure and the need to diversify source...
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Installation of small scale standalone solar photovoltaic plants are ideally suited for educational institutions, as they can be more useful in the training of students and supply of energy to a portion or the entire institution. The comprehensive study of electrical power systems is a key element of many curricula in engineering education. A PV Sy...
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This paper proposes the most feasible technical and environmentally friendly hybrid power system configuration; a stand-alone hybrid wind-solar energy system with battery storage for a residential area of an Agro-industrial Company, Cameroon Development Cooperation (CDC), with headquarters in Bota-Limbe, south west region, Cameroon. The power netwo...
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Small-scale hydro-electric systems, driven by waterfalls, are low cost solutions to the problem of rural electrification in some African communities. A 100 KW hydro-electric system, designed to supply electricity to a village, can cost as little as 20% of the cost of a solar system of the same capacity. But when the hydraulic head from the free-fal...

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The research outlines a dynamic real time interface using the labVIEW software to simulate a pre-installation hybrid renewable energy system.