Medium Voltage Direct Current Grid is the first comprehensive reference to provide advanced methods and best practices with case studies to Medium Voltage Direct Current Grid (MVDC) for Resilience Operation, Protection and Control. It also provides technical details to tackle emerging challenges, and discuss knowledge and best practices about Modeling and Operation, Energy management of MVDC grid, MVDC Grid Protection, Power quality management of MVDC grid, Power quality analysis and control methods, AC/DC, DC/DC modular power converter, Renewable energy applications and Energy storage technologies.
In addition, includes support to end users to integrate their systems to smart grid.
- Covers advanced methods and global case studies for reference
- Provides technical details and best practices for the individual modeling and operation of MVDC systems
- Includes guidance to tackle emerging challenges and support users in integrating their systems to smart grids
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Moustafa M. Eissa is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Helwan, Helwan University, Egypt. (On leave at Sultan Qaboos University, College of Engineering, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Oman). He is a senior member of the IEEE Power & Energy Society and recipient of Helwan University. He has previously held the position of IEEE Vice Chair. He has been an IEEE HSB Counselor; a Fellow at Calgary University, Canada, 2000; a senior visiting Professor at the University of Tennessee, United States, 2014; Professor fellowship- JSPS FY2017, Japan-Kyoto University; Granted Marie Sklodowska-Curie individual Fellowships European- Institutional Links Grants, Queen University-Ireland, Granted Newton-Mosharafa Fund, 2018, Queen University-Ireland and STDF-Egypt.
Professor Eissa has received eight awards including the "State Award of Excellence in the field of Engineering Sciences from the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (Egypt), 2016/2017; the "University Award of Excellence in the field of Engineering Sciences in 2016/2017; the IEEE PES "Chapter Outstanding Engineer Award for outstanding contribution in electric power engineering education, research, and industry, 2017; "State encouragement award for the advanced technology of science, 2002; "Distinguished Researcher Award in October, 2005; "Incentive Researcher Award in 2011; "Incentive Researcher Award in 2012, awarded as part of the "Program for Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation by the Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt; the "ETRERA 2020 Prize in the category of smart grids, in 2014 (European award).
He has performed research and consultation and has authored many articles in the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery and the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grids as well in other IET, Elsevier, and ETEP journals. He has many large-scale grants in the fields of smart meter-based GIS, microgrids and hybrid RES, hybrid energy efficiency and optimization, WAM-based HVDC control/protection; energy policy making; and DSM- and EMS-based smart grids. He is currently working in innovative technology including i-management, e-energy, i-protection, etc.