Dr. Fayez Mohamed ElSadik

(A) Personal Details

Tel: +24911784556  

E-mail: fmsadik@yahoo.com, fayezmohamed@google.com

 (B) Education and Qualification

  1. B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, University of Khartoum, 1972
  2. M.Sc in Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Brunel University, Middlesex, England, April 1777
  3. Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Brunel University, December 1981

 (C) Fields of Interest and Research

  1. Electrical Machines
  2. Power Electronics

 (D) Publications

(i) Thesis
  1. Generalized Induction Machine Steady-State Stability Theory with Reference to Switched Reactive Power Controllers", Ph.D, 1981
  2. "An Induction Generator Scheme for High Speed Prime-mover Applications", M.Sc., 1971
  3. "Linear Active 2-port Network Analysis: A Unified Approach", B.Sc., 1972
(ii) Published Conference Proceedings
  1. El-Sadik, F.M., MUSGRAVE, G.M. and SHERLOCK, J., "An Inverter Fed Induction Generator", 12th Universities Power Engineering Conference, Brunel University, April 1977
  2. METHA, P., THOMSON, T.< and EL-SADIK, F.M., " An Induction Generator Incorporating a Switched Reactive Power Controller Excitation Scheme", 14th UPEC, Loughborough University, April 1979.
(iii) Journal Papers
  1. "The Tiger Project: A Proposal for Utilizing Waste Heat", Journal of the Institute of Energy Publication, (Cited Reference) September 1980
  2. EL-Sadik, F.M., " An Induction Generator Scheme for Wind-Turbine Power Applications", Al-Buhouth, Sudan N.C.R. Journal, V1.1, 1994
  3. El-Sadik, F.M., " Towards the Prediction of Power System Voltage Collapse", Sudan Engineering Society Journal, Vol. 47, No. 38, July 2000.
  4. El-Sadik, F.M., " Voltage Constraints for the Maximum Power Transfer Theorem and Brainerd's Resonance Voltage Impedance Condition", Sudan Engineering Society Journal, Vol. 52, No. 45, January 2006.
  5. El-Sadik, F.M., " Additional Maximum Voltage and  Maximum Power Transfer Condition", Sudan Engineering Society Journal, Vol. 53, No. 48, January 2007