Moulay Tahar Lamchich

University Cadi Ayyad

Moulay Tahar Lamchich is a Professor at the Faculty of Sciences Semlalia at Marrakech (Morocco). He completed his thesis in electromechanics in September 1991 and received his third cycle degree. Dr. Lamchich received his Ph.D. from the same university in July 2001. His main activity is based on short-circuit mechanical effects in substation structures, control of different types of machine drives, static converters, active power filters. In the last decennia, his research interests have included renewable energies, particularly the control and supervision of hybrid and multiple source systems for decentralized energy production, and intelligent management of energy. He has published more than fifty technical papers in reviews and international conferences. With IntechOpen, he has published two chapters and was editor of the books “Torque Control” and “Harmonic Analysis”. He is also the director of the “Intelligent management of energy and information systems” laboratory and supervising more than ten thesis projects.

2books edited

2chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Moulay Tahar Lamchich

Harmonic analysis is a diverse field including such branches as signal processing, medical imaging, power electrical systems, wireless telecommunications, etc. This book is primarily written with the objective of providing recent developments and new techniques in harmonic analysis. In the recent years, a number of methods of quality control of signals under different perturbations, and especially the harmonics, have emerged. Some of these techniques are described in this book. This book is the result of contributions from many researchers and is a collection of eight research works, which are focused around the harmonic analysis theme but with different applications. The topics mainly concern the areas of medical imaging, biopotential systems, renewable energy conversion systems, wireless telecommunications, power converters, as well as the different techniques for estimating, analyzing, reducing, and eliminating harmonics.

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