Muhammad Hamza Shahbaz
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences
Fault (power engineering)Redundancy (engineering)Fault detection and isolationAutomotive engineeringControl systemHarmonicsRenewable energyElectronic engineeringAir–fuel ratioConvertersH bridgeMAP sensorElectric powerComputer sciencePhotovoltaic systemTotal harmonic distortionFault toleranceElectric power systemRobustness (computer science)
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#1Muhammad Hamza Shahbaz (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences)
#2Kashif Amjad (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences)
Last. Muhammad Abdullah Adnan (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences)H-Index: 8
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The quest for a green electrical power system has increased the use of renewable energy resources and power electronic converters in the existing power system. These power electronic converters, however, are a major cause of harmonics and result in the degradation of power quality. In the last two decades, researchers have proposed various designs of multilevel converters to minimize these harmonic distortions, however, a comprehensive solution for stand-alone solar photovoltaic (PV) systems wit...
#1Hamza Shahbaz Muhammad (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences)
#2Ahmed Amin Arslan (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences)
Fault tolerant control systems can be used in the process machines such as Internal Combustion (IC) engines to achieve greater reliability and stability in the fault conditions. Thus, costly loss of production due to the unusual and unexpected shutdown of these machines can be avoided. The Air Fuel Ratio (AFR) control system is an important system in IC engines and faults in the sensors of this system will cause its shutdown creating costly production loss, therefore, fault tolerance is necessar...
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