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Name : Mohammad Nazmi AL Sheikh Hasan

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Administrative Position : Faculty Academic Member

Office 7302       Ext No 7302

Email : malsheikh@uop.edu.jo

Specialization: Computer Information Systems

Graduate Of: Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Science

Qualification

    Qualification

    University

    Country

    Year

    Bachelor
    Petra University
    Jordan
    2003
    Master's
    Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Science
    Jordan
    2006



  • Journal Paper





      Hussein Al-Bahadili,, " Simulation of Maximum Power Point Tracking for Photovoltaic Systems " , "Application of Information Technology in Developing Renewable Energy Processes and Systems (IT-DREPS 2013)",Vol.,No., IEEE Explorer Society, Amman, Jordan, 05/30/2013 Abstract:
      A photovoltaic (PV) solar panels exhibit non-linear current–voltage characteristics, and according to the maximum power transform (MPT) theory, it can produce maximum power at only one particular operating point (OP), namely, when the source impedance matches with the load impedance, a match which cannot be guaranteed spontaneously. Furthermore, the maximum power point (MPP) changes with temperature and light intensity variations. Therefore, different algorithms have been developed for maximum power point tracking (MPPT) based on offline and online methods. Evaluating the performance of these algorithms for various PV systems operating under highly dynamic environments are essentials to ensure a reliable, efficient, costeffective, and high performance systems. One possible approach for system evaluation is to use computer simulation. This paper addresses the use of MATLAB software as a simulation tool for evaluating the performance of MPPT for PV systems.
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