Energy Storage Options for Power Systems
- 2016-10-12 – 2016-10-12
- 11:00 AM (New York time)
- Webinar – Online
- Lynda – firstname.lastname@example.org
Energy storage systems provide viable solutions for improving efficiency and power quality and reliability issues in DC/AC power systems including a power grid with considerable penetrations of renewable energy. The storage systems are also essential for aircraft powertrains, ship power systems, electric and hybrid electric vehicles to meet the peak load economically and improve the system’s reliability and efficiency. Significant development and research efforts have recently been made in high power storage technologies for supercapacitors, superconductive magnetic energy storage (SMES) and flywheels. These devices have a very high power density and fast response time and are suitable for applications with rapid charge and discharge requirements. In this Presentation, we will discuss the latest technological developments of these devices as well as advancements in the lithium-ion battery, the most power dense commercially available battery. A comparative analysis of these high power storage technologies in terms of power, energy, cost, life and performance will be described. This paper also presents the applications, advantages and limitations of these technologies in a power grid and transportation systems as well as critical systems and pulse loads.
Dr. Mohammed is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and is the Director of the Energy Systems Research Laboratory at Florida International University, Miami, Florida. He received his Master and Doctoral degrees in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1981 and 1983, respectively. He has performed research on various topics in power and energy systems in addition to design optimization and physics passed modeling in electric drive systems and other low frequency environments. Professor Mohammed is a world renowned leader in electrical energy systems. He has performed research in the area of electromagnetic signature, wideband gap devices and switching. His interest also include ship power systems and other transportation electrification systems modeling and analysis. He has current active research projects form several Federal agencies dealing with; power system analysis and operation, smart grid distributed control and interoperability, cyber physical systems, and co-design of cyber and physical components for future energy systems applications.
Professor Mohammed has published numerous articles in refereed journals and other IEEE refereed International conference records. He also authored a book and several book chapters. Professor Mohammed is an elected Fellow of IEEE and is an elected Fellow of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society. Professor Mohammed is the recipient of the prestigious IEEE Power and Energy Society Cyril Veinott electromechanical energy conversion award and the 2012 outstanding research award from Florida International University.
Professor Mohammed has lectured extensively with invited and plenary talks at major research and industrial organizations worldwide. He serves as editor of several IEEE Transactions including the IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, and the IEEE Transactions on Industry Application. Professor Mohammed served as the International Steering Committee Chair for the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC) and the IEEE Biannual Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC). Professor Mohammed was the General Chair of six major international conferences in his areas of expertise in addition being general chair for two future IEEE major conference.
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Professor Mohammed will give a seminar entitled “Energy Storage Options for Power Systems,” on Wednesday October 12, 2016. The online seminar is free but require registration at http://ias.ieee.org/education/webinars.html.
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