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M. Tariq Iqbal    

Professor

B.Sc. (UET, Lahore), M.Sc. (QAU, Islamabad), Ph.D. (Imperial College London), P.Eng.

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, A1B 3X5

Office: EN-3062: E-mail: tariq@mun.ca : Phone: (709) 864-8934

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Research Interests:

      Small Wind Energy Conversion Systems

      Hybrid Power Systems

      Renewable Energy Systems

      Passive Houses

 

Research Projects:

  Design a new extremum seeking controller and a control strategy for a small wind turbines

  Passive and low energy houses for cold climate

  Propose a control scheme and design a cost effective supervisory controller and data logging system for small hybrid power systems

 

Projects lead by current full-time graduate students:

 

Projects lead by current part-time graduate students:

Recent graduate students:
 

1.     Modeling, design and simulation of a low cost supervisory controller for Ramea hybrid power system (Jiuchuan Zhang, M.Eng. Winter 2014)

2.     Natural gas fuel cell based power system for MUN Engineering Building (Mahmuda Tanni, M.Eng. Winter 2014)

3.     Modeling and simulation of wind speed and wind farm power prediction (Deepa Paga, M.Eng. Fall 2013)

4.     Dynamic modeling and supervisory controller design for a small isolated hybrid power system with pumped hydro storage (Rahimul H. Asif, M.Eng. Fall 2013)

5.     Renewable Sources Based Micro-Grid Control Schemes and Reliability Modeling, (Razzaqul Ahshan, Ph.D. Spring 2013)

6.     Power Performance Investigation and Control System Design of Grid-Connected Small Wind Turbines, (Md. Alimuzzaman, M.Eng. Spring 2013)

7.     Optimal sizing, modeling and design of a supervisory controller for a stand-alone hybrid power system, (Mohamed El-Badawe, M.Eng. Fall 2012)

8.     Twisted Savonius Turbine based Marine Current Energy Conversion System, (Md. Imtiaj Hassan, M. Eng. Fall 2011)

9.     Modeling and Comparison of Dynamics of AC and DC Coupled Remote Hybrid Power Systems (Tanjila Haque, M.Eng. Fall 2011)

10.  Communication System for the Remote Hybrid Power System in Ramea Newfoundland (Juan Acevedo, M.Eng. Spring 2011)

11.  Sizing and Control of a Flywheel Energy Storage for Ramea Wind-Hydrogen-Diesel Power System (Khademul Islam, M.Eng. Spring 2011)

12.  Dynamic Modeling of a Wind-Diesel-Hydrogen Hybrid Power System (Md. Maruf-ul-Karim, M.Eng. Spring 2010)

13.  Performance and Reliability Comparison of Grid Connected Small Wind Turbine Systems (Md. Arifujjaman, Ph.D. Spring 2010)

14.  Adaptive Power Tracking Control of Hydrokinetic Energy Conversion Systems (Jahangir A. Khan, Ph.D. Spring 2010)

15.  Risk-based Fault Diagnosis and Safety Management for Process Systems (Huizhi Bao, M.Eng. Winter 2010)

16.  Design of low speed axial flux permanent magnet generators for marine current application (Sanjida Moury, M.Eng. Winter 2010)

17.  Remote control of distributed generation system (Farhana Lina, M.Eng. Fall 2009)

18.  Design and development of a marine current energy conversion system using hybrid vertical axis turbine (Jahangir Alam, M.Eng. Fall 2009)

19.  Grid impact of wind energy on isolated and remote power system (Sheikh Mominul Islam, M.Eng. Fall 2009)

20.  High performance fuel cell power generation system for stand-alone applications (Martin Ordonez, Ph.D. Winter 2009)

21.  A micro seafloor marine current energy conversion system (Nahidul Khan, M.Eng. 2008)

22.  Control system for small induction generator based wind turbines (Razzaqul Ahshan, M.Eng. Fall 2007)

23.  Control of a hybrid energy system (Mike Snow, M.Eng. Fall 2007)

24.  Safety instrumented system for process operation based on real time monitoring (Cen Nan, M.Eng. Winter 2007)

25.  An isolated small wind turbine emulator (Md. Arifujjaman, M.Eng. Fall 2006)

26.  Fuel cell simulator system  (Martin Ordonez, M. Eng. Winter 2006)

27.  Reliability and condition monitoring of a wind turbine (Mohsin Khan, M. Eng. Spring 2005)

28.  Simulation of a wind fuel cell hybrid energy system (Jahangir A. Khan, M. Eng. Fall 2004)

 

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