Adel El-Shahat

Purdue University West Lafayette United States of America

Dr. Adel El-Shahat is an Assistant Professor of Energy Technology at the School of Engineering Technology, Purdue University, USA. He is the founder and director of Advanced Power Units and Renewable Distributed Energy Lab (A_PURDUE). His research focuses on modeling, design, optimization, simulation, analysis, and control of renewable energy systems, smart nano and microgrids, electric mobility and transportation electrification, wireless charging of electric vehicles, climate change, electric vehicles, special-purpose electric machines, deep learning techniques, distributed generation systems, thermoelectric generation, special power electronics converters, power systems, energy storage and conservation, and engineering education. Dr. El-Shahat has 11 books, 7 book chapters, 85 journal papers, 78 conference papers, and 114 other publications to his credit. Dr. El-Shahat is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Senior Member of the UACEE (Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors), a member of AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), the U. S. National Committee of CIGRE, the ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education), the IAENG (International Association of Engineers), the IACSIT (Int. Association of Computer Science and Information Technology), the Arab Research Institute for Science & Engineering, as well as a member of the Scientific and Technical Committee & Editorial Review Board on Natural and Applied Sciences, (World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology) WASET.

Adel El-Shahat

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The induction motor is one of the most significant innovations in contemporary history and it officially kicked off the Second Industrial Revolution by significantly enhancing energy generation efficiency. Induction motors are utilized in a wide variety of applications in the modern industrial world. Motivated by the importance of recent advances, new perspectives, and applications of induction motors, this book presents research from distinguished experts in the field. It addresses recent advances in induction motors, optimal solutions in field-oriented control, the association of converters to induction motors, dynamic analysis, optimized design of synergetic control, fault-tolerant control, mathematical modeling, an adaptive system scheme for a sensorless drive, modeling, and simulation of a system with inter-turn faults, sensorless speed observer for industrial drives, and induction motor applications in electric vehicles. This book is useful for undergraduates, graduate students, researchers, professors, and field engineers due to its combination of both theoretical coverage and real-world application concepts.

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