Dr Morteza Alizadeh

Dr Seyed Morteza Alizadeh is coordinating research activities and research training with a focus on Doctorate of Engineering program. He is also a lecturer and unit coordinator in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Automation. He graduated with a PhD degree from Victoria University in December 2017.

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Mathematical Analysis on Harmonics Mitigation Using a Phase-Shifted Transformer based Twelve-Pulse Variable Frequency Drive

November 16, 2021 1:36 pm
Harmonics are among the serious problems that affect the power quality of an electrical system. However, harmonics nowadays are inevitable due to the ever-increasing number of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) and other non-linear loads. In this regard, IEEE519 Standard specifies the allowable Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)...Read More

World Teachers’ Day: Why These EIT Lecturers Love Teaching

October 4, 2021 4:20 pm
October 5th marks World Teachers Day', an opportunity to celebrate and thank teachers for their important role in our communities and for the positive impact they have on the lives of students. Teachers are so much more than meets the eye. In fact, students seldom take into consideration that outside...Read More
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Analyzing Utilization of Biomass in Combined Heat and Power and Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power Systems

June 5, 2021 11:42 am
Nowadays, ever-increasing energy demands and the depletion of fossil fuels require efficient and environmentally friendly technologies for energy generation. In this context, energy systems integration makes for a very strong proposition since it results in energy saving, fuel diversification, and the supply of cleaner energy. To this end, it is...Read More
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Techno-economic analysis of direct combustion and gasification systems for off-grid energy supply: A case for organic rankine cycle and dual fluidized-bed

May 2, 2021 11:17 am
Biomass is one of the most versatile sustainable energy sources. This versatility allows utilization of different biomass feedstock using a verity of conversion techniques. Often, a biomass-to-bioenergy conversion method is selected depending on the application, end-use product, and the type of feedstock. In many applications such as residential energy supply,...Read More
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Developing a Decision Tree Algorithm for Wind Power Plants Siting and Sizing in Distribution Networks

April 19, 2021 2:02 pm
The interconnection of wind power plants (WPPs) with distribution networks has posed many challenges concerned with voltage stability at the point of common coupling (PCC). In a distribution network connected WPP, the short-circuit ratio (SCR) and impedance angle ratio seen at PCC (X/RPCC) are the most important parameters, which affect...Read More
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Classification and Analysis of Optimization Techniques for Integrated Energy Systems Utilizing Renewable Energy Sources: A Review for CHP and CCHP Systems

February 12, 2021 3:01 pm
Energy generation and its utilization is bound to increase in the following years resulting in accelerating depletion of fossil fuels, and consequently, undeniable damages to our environment. Over the past decade, despite significant efforts in renewable energy realization and developments for electricity generation, carbon dioxide emissions have been increasing rapidly....Read More
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Mathematical Modelling of the Effect of X/R and Short Circuit Ratio on Voltage in a Distribution System Connected Wind Farm

November 1, 2020 3:16 pm
Increasing capacity of interconnected wind farms to distribution networks significantly affects voltage stability because of wind farm limitation in regulating reactive power. Therefore, the main aspect in the design and planning of a distribution system connected wind farm is to analyse voltage stability at the Point of Common Coupling (PCC)....Read More

Energy sector engineering solutions published by EIT professionals

August 17, 2020 10:26 am
A lecturer and a postgraduate student from the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) recently virtually attended the 29th IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE2020) from the 17th to the 19th of July. ISIE focuses on advancements in knowledge, new methods, and technologies relevant to industrial electronics - along with...Read More
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A Mathematical Method for Induction Generator Based Wind Power Plant Sizing and Siting in Distribution Network

July 30, 2020 3:23 pm
Throughout the world, Induction Generators (IGs) have been commonly used in numerous installations of Wind Power Plants (WPPs) due to their simple construction, low cost, etc. However, IGs are not capable of controlling reactive power and regulating terminal voltage. This adversely impacts voltage stability at the Point of Common Coupling...Read More
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Investigation into the Impact of Cable Failure Localisation Methods on the Underground Cable Life Time in a Medium Voltage Distribution Network

July 30, 2020 2:47 pm
The use of underground cables is essential in power distribution networks as they mitigate the issues related to space availability and minimise line breakdown and increase system reliability. However, the detection and localization of cable fault is challenging due to the limited access to the cable burned under the ground....Read More
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Developing a Mathematical Model for Wind Power Plant Siting and Sizing in Distribution Networks

July 6, 2020 7:49 am
Wind Power Plants (WPPs) are generally located in remote areas with weak distribution connections. Hence, the value of Short Circuit Capacity (SCC), WPP size and the short circuit impedance angle ratio (X/R) are all very critical in the voltage stability of a distribution system connected WPP. This paper presents a...Read More
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The role of communications and standardization in wind power applications – A review

November 11, 2015 8:24 am
Harvesting energy from the wind as an alternative to fossil fuels has many advantages in terms of protecting the environment and promoting sustainability. However, the increasing penetration of wind power in electrical networks presents many challenges such as the intermittency of wind power, its relative high cost as compared to conventional sources, and...Read More