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Weng Kean Yew

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Research interests

Assistant Professor at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, a core member of the Electrical department under the School of Engineering. Equipped with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Electrical Engineering obtained from Universiti Tenaga Nasional Through my Ph.D., I worked on my project titled “Design of an AC-coupled stand-alone hybrid renewable energy system with an improved control strategy” and developed a deep understanding and technical knowledge on microgrid design, control, sizing and optimization. I have also attended several international conferences and published several papers in international journals. My research interests are in Microgrids, Stand-alone Hybrid Systems, Renewable Energy, Solar PV, Energy Storage, Energy Management Systems, Microgrid Optimization, Artificial Intelligence, and Smart Grids.

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Hybrid systems Engineering & Materials Science
Harmonic distortion Engineering & Materials Science
Controllers Engineering & Materials Science
Solar energy Engineering & Materials Science
Passive filters Engineering & Materials Science
Energy management systems Engineering & Materials Science
Energy storage Engineering & Materials Science
Electrical engineering Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2016 2016

Design of PV/Wind Hybrid System with Improved Control Strategy for Rural Area: Case Study of Sandakan, Malaysia

Yong, P. S., Ramasamy, A., Kean, Y. W. & Ramachandaramurthy, V. K., 1 Dec 2016, In : Indian Journal of Science and Technology. 9, 48, 108317.

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Hybrid systems
Wind power
Costs
Carbon dioxide
Controllers