Ahmed A. Elserougi

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Multiphase Systems Parameter Identification of Five-Phase Induction Machines With Single Layer Windings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. S. Abdel-Khalik, M. I. Daoud, S. Ahmed, A. A. Elserougi, and A. M. Massoud 5139 Five-Level Diode-Clamped Inverter With Three-Level Boost Converter. . . . . . . . .(More)
The Inter feeder Power Flow Regulator (IFPFR) proposed in this paper consists of several voltage source inverters with common dc bus; each inverter is connected in series with one of different independent distribution feeders in the power system. This paper is concerned with how to transfer power between the feeders for load sharing purpose. The power(More)
To extend the operating speed range of a conventional configuration of FESS (flywheel energy storage system), an additional DC-DC boost converter is required between the machine and grid side converters to regulate the output voltage. This paper presents a new FESS based on three-phase boost inverter topology. The proposed system facilitates voltage boost(More)
Due to the large variety of renewable power sources, power electronics play an important role in energy conversion. Different power converter topologies are used to interface distributed power generation systems (DPGS) with the utility network. Introduction of power electronics for DPGS provide several advantages such as energy optimal operation by(More)
In applications where motors are fed from low voltage variable-frequency drive (VFD) through long cables, a step up transformer is commonly used to boost the converter output voltage in order to compensate for the cable voltage drop. For safety-critical applications, employing a multiphase machine generally enhances system reliability, however, a multiphase(More)
VFT (variable frequency transformer) has been recently used as an alternative to HVDC (high voltage direct current) to control power flow between asynchronous networks. VFT consumes less reactive power than a back-to-back HVDC system, provides faster initial transient recovery, and has better natural damping capability. VFT is simply a DFIM (doubly-fed(More)