2017 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to education in renewable energy integration and smart grid
Janaka Ekanayake mainly focuses on Wind power, Electric power system, Control theory, Induction generator and Turbine. His study in Wind power is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Grid energy storage, Distributed generation, Stochastic programming and Power station. His Electric power system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Power module and Electrical engineering, Renewable energy.
His research investigates the connection between Control theory and topics such as Rotor that intersect with problems in Torque and Inertial response. In general Turbine, his work in Blade pitch is often linked to Variable linking many areas of study. His AC power research incorporates themes from Offshore wind power, Automotive engineering and Energy storage.
His primary areas of investigation include Wind power, Electrical engineering, Electric power system, Control theory and AC power. His Wind power research focuses on Induction generator in particular. His work in Electrical engineering covers topics such as Electronic engineering which are related to areas like Inverter.
Janaka Ekanayake usually deals with Electric power system and limits it to topics linked to Distributed generation and Mathematical optimization. His AC power study also includes
His primary areas of study are Photovoltaic system, Renewable energy, Voltage, Automotive engineering and Electric power system. His Photovoltaic system study is focused on Electrical engineering in general. His study looks at the relationship between Voltage and topics such as Mathematical optimization, which overlap with Power factor.
His Electric power system research includes themes of Reliability engineering and Solar power. His Energy storage research integrates issues from Turbine, Control and Control theory. Janaka Ekanayake brings together Resource and Wind power to produce work in his papers.
Janaka Ekanayake spends much of his time researching Energy storage, Reliability engineering, Photovoltaic system, Electric power system and Microgrid. The Energy storage study combines topics in areas such as Electricity generation and Renewable energy. Janaka Ekanayake has researched Renewable energy in several fields, including Installation, Control, Automotive engineering and Distribution networks.
His Photovoltaic system research incorporates elements of Control reconfiguration and Voltage. His work deals with themes such as Distributed generation and Mathematical optimization, which intersect with Electric power system. Janaka Ekanayake combines subjects such as Pumped-storage hydroelectricity, Turbine, MATLAB and Computer data storage with his study of Microgrid.
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Dynamic modeling of doubly fed induction generator wind turbines
J.B. Ekanayake;L. Holdsworth;XueGuang Wu;N. Jenkins.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2003)
Wind Energy Generation: Modelling and Control
O. Anaya-Lara;N. Jenkins;Janaka Ekanayake;Phill Cartwright.
Comparison of the response of doubly fed and fixed-speed induction generator wind turbines to changes in network frequency
J. Ekanayake;N. Jenkins.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2004)
Frequency support from doubly fed induction generator wind turbines
G. Ramtharan;Janaka Bandara Ekanayake;Nicholas Jenkins.
Iet Renewable Power Generation (2007)
Comparison of fixed speed and doubly-fed induction wind turbines during power system disturbances
L. Holdsworth;X. G. Wu;Janaka Bandara Ekanayake;Nicholas Jenkins.
IEE Proceedings - Generation, Transmission and Distribution (2003)
Smart Grid: Technology and Applications
Janaka Ekanayake;Nick Jenkins;Kithsiri Liyanage;Jianzhong Wu.
Topologies of multiterminal HVDC-VSC transmission for large offshore wind farms
O. Gomis-Bellmunt;Jun Liang;Janaka Bandara Ekanayake;Rosemary King.
Electric Power Systems Research (2011)
Application of STATCOMs to wind farms
Z. Saad-Saoud;M.L. Lisboa;J.B. Ekanayake;N. Jenkins.
Comparison of 5th order and 3rd order machine models for doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) wind turbines
Janaka Bandara Ekanayake;Janaka Bandara Ekanayake;L. Holdsworth;Nicholas Jenkins;Nicholas Jenkins.
Electric Power Systems Research (2003)
Operation and Control of Multiterminal HVDC Transmission for Offshore Wind Farms
Jun Liang;Tianjun Jing;O. Gomis-Bellmunt;J. Ekanayake.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2011)
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