Salem ShufatHigher Institute of Engineering Technology Tripoli
Doctor of Engineering
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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
Salem Shufat currently works at Control Systems Department, Collage of Electronic Technology. Salem does research in solar energy systems. His current project is 'beta type.'
March 2006 - present
Tripoli collage of electronic technology
- Teaching member
In the present study, the results of modeling and the simulation of a beta-type Stirling engine have been performed. The gaseous media are air, nitrogen and helium, respectively. Since each of the gases have different molecular properties, the thermodynamic findings change a lot with the pressure and rotational speed. According to our theoretical m...
The sun tracking system that lets Parabolic Dish or PV panel orthogonal to the sun radiation during the day, can raise the concentrated sun radiation by up to 40%. The fixed Parabolic Dish cannot generally track the sun trajectory, also the single-axis tracking system can follow the sun in the horizontal direction (azimuth angle), while the two-axi...
In this study, based differential equations methods are used to solve equations because these methods are dependent on boundary value data more than other mathematical equations. We have calculated neutron flux, criticality and geometrical eigenvalue by using multi-group method and solving the neutron diffusion equation for finite and infinite cyli...
Studies of the electromagnetic loads produced by a variety of plasma disruptions, and the resulting structural effects on the compact Ignition Tokamak (CIT) vacuum vessel (VV), have been performed to help optimize the VV design. A series of stationary and moving plasmas, with disruption rates from 0.7--10.0 MA/ms, have been analyzed using the EMPRE...
This paper describes the ongoing analysis efforts supporting the design of the first wall (FW) and vacuum vessel (VV) components for the Compact Ignition Tokamak (CIT). Thermal and stress analyses of FW graphite tiles have established a nominal tile thickness of 1.0 cm and a maximum allowable FW surface heat flux of 11.0 MW/m/sup 2/. Calculations h...
This paper describes the ongoing analysis efforts supporting the design of the first wall (FW) and vacuum vessel (VV) components for the Compact Ignition Tokamak (CIT). Thermal and stress analyses of FW graphite tiles have established a nominal tile thickness of 1.0 cm and a maximum allowable FW surface heat flux of 11.0 MW/m². Calculations have sh...