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Tamer Mellik


EATON CORPORATION

Last seen: 7 giorni fa Attivo dal 2019

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Dr. Mellik has twenty-five years of extensive experience in power system analysis. He is a proficient user of various power systems simulation tools. He holds a doctoral degree in power systems from Canada and three engineering degrees from Egypt. Dr. Mellik is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a member of the IEEE Industry Application Society (IEEE-IAS), a PES member, and a member of three IEEE subcommittees. He is a registered Professional Engineer in US and Canada, and holds an international professional engineer IntPE title by the International Engineering Alliance. His countries of work experience include the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Japan, Egypt, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates.

Programming Languages:
Python, C++, C, MATLAB, Fortran, Visual Basic
Spoken Languages:
English, Arabic

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PSCAD Simulink Co-Simulation API
PSCAD V5 shows the use of EmtdcCosimulation_Channel for cosimulation. Check this link: Co-Simulation API (pscad.com) I want ...

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How to use Impedance Measuring (Frequency Scan) Block to measure the Mutual Impedance between two ports in three-phases system?
Check page 1-15 here: https://www.mathworks.com/help/pdf_doc/physmod/sps/powersys.pdf

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why load flows are not converging for ieee 39 bus system in matlab simulink? (with syn. machines)
See if this model can help you figure the problem https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/54771-10-machine-new-eng...

oltre 5 anni fa | 0

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can you help me to find an IEEE 39 bus system as a simulation model / simulink ?
You may need to check Mathworks File Exchange. Here is one model for the New-England IEEE benchmark https://www.mathworks.com/...

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