Khaled Nigim

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This paper deals with system integration and controller design for power management of a stand-alone renewable energy (RE) hybrid system, which is at the construction stage in Lambton College (Sarnia, ON, Canada). The system consists of five main components: photovoltaic arrays, wind turbine, electrolyzer, hydrogen storage tanks, and fuel cell. The model(More)
The paper describes the use of general-purpose mathematical software (GPMS) as a major advancement in simplifying simulation procedures for junior-level engineering studies. GPMS handles general and specific mathematical formulas and is packed with a vast array of codes to perform many scientific and engineering functions in an interactive mode. In order(More)
This study deals with system integration and controller design for power management of a stand-alone renewable energy (RE) hybrid system, which is in its construction stage in Lambton College (Sarnia, Ontario, Canada). The system consists of five main components: photovoltaic (PV) arrays, wind turbine, electrolyzer, hydrogen storage tanks, and fuel cell.(More)
The article discusses the use of storage systems that address electricity supply intermittency. It also introduces a conceptional intermittency controller which is coupled to the storage units; the controller is used as an energy management system. The combined system is capable of mitigating energy source fluctuation as well as supplying heat and hydrogen(More)
The proposed grid connected dispatch-able operating modes for hydrogen production from renewable energy sources is designed to compensate for short duration system black out as a result of renewable sources intermittency. The controller sensory components observe, in real time, the incoming energy changes and compare it with the system demand and level of(More)
the paper presents a prioritizing tool of viable alternatives for sustaining electric energy supply to large city. The stated alternatives put forward by experts in the field are compared against a set of criteria to come up with a prioritization mechanism. A practical multi-criteria decision making (MCDM) process is introduced and tested in a thought case(More)
The proposed operating modes for hydrogen production from renewable energy sources are presented in this work. The designed system is put together to support the investigation of energy requirements in a preliminary focus on residential application. The sensory components of the controller observe, in real time, the incoming energy changes and compare it(More)
This conceptional paper list applied strategies to showcase how Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs) can be rapidly integrated to develop electricity generation and distribution infrastructure. RET's are modular, does not require re-fueling nor take long time to be in operation and can meet electricity demand requirements at various levels and configuration(More)
This study deals with system integration and power management of a stand-alone renewable energy (RE) hybrid system, which is in its final stage of construction in Lambton College (Sarnia, Ontario, Canada). The system consists of five main components: photovoltaic (PV), wind turbine, electrolyzer, hydrogen storage tanks and fuel cell. The model for each(More)