John E. Fletcher mainly investigates Control theory, Electronic engineering, Direct torque control, Electrical engineering and Wind power. His research in Control theory is mostly focused on Torque. John E. Fletcher has included themes like Fault, Converters, Silicon carbide and Circuit performance in his Electronic engineering study.
His research investigates the connection with Fault and areas like Topology which intersect with concerns in Overcurrent, Power-system protection and Harmonics. His study looks at the intersection of Direct torque control and topics like Vector control with Stator, Torque density, Plane and Phase. His studies deal with areas such as Microgeneration, Photovoltaic system, Maximum power principle, Battery and Automotive engineering as well as Wind power.
His primary areas of investigation include Control theory, Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Voltage and Inverter. The various areas that John E. Fletcher examines in his Control theory study include Direct torque control, Harmonics and Stator. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Converters, Topology, Power electronics, Fault and Boost converter.
His Fault research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Resistor, Power-system protection, Crowbar and Transmission system. His Inverter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Distributed generation, AC power, Microgrid and Transient. The Torque study which covers Synchronous motor that intersects with Control engineering.
His main research concerns Control theory, Voltage, Inverter, Photovoltaic system and Control theory. John E. Fletcher interconnects Electric power system, Thrust, Topology, Oscillation and Transient in the investigation of issues within Control theory. His Voltage study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electronic engineering and Filter.
John E. Fletcher has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Power electronics, Electric power industry and Set point. His work carried out in the field of Inverter brings together such families of science as Power quality, Distributed generation, AC power, Fault and Microgrid. John E. Fletcher combines subjects such as Harmonics and Transient response with his study of Control theory.
John E. Fletcher mainly focuses on Control theory, Voltage, Inverter, Control theory and Photovoltaic system. His Control theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Steady state, Stator, Electric power system and Topology. His research in Voltage intersects with topics in Battery and Mechanics.
His work deals with themes such as AC power, Oscillation, Electricity generation, Dispatchable generation and Microgrid, which intersect with Inverter. His Control theory research integrates issues from Electrical impedance, Transient response and Renewable energy. His work in Converters covers topics such as Operating point which are related to areas like Fault.
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Short-Circuit and Ground Fault Analyses and Location in VSC-Based DC Network Cables
Jin Yang;J. E. Fletcher;J. O'Reilly.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2012)
Multiterminal DC Wind Farm Collection Grid Internal Fault Analysis and Protection Design
Jin Yang;J E Fletcher;J O'Reilly.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2010)
A Series-Dynamic-Resistor-Based Converter Protection Scheme for Doubly-Fed Induction Generator During Various Fault Conditions
Jin Yang;John E Fletcher;John O'Reilly.
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion (2010)
A Novel Direct Torque Control Scheme for a Sensorless Five-Phase Induction Motor Drive
Libo Zheng;J E Fletcher;B W Williams;Xiangning He.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2011)
Lifetime prediction and sizing of lead-acid batteries for microgeneration storage applications
David Jenkins;J.E. Fletcher;David Kane.
Iet Renewable Power Generation (2008)
Dual-Plane Vector Control of a Five-Phase Induction Machine for an Improved Flux Pattern
Libo Zheng;J.E. Fletcher;B.W. Williams;Xiangning He.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2008)
Development of space vector modulation strategies for five phase voltage source inverters
P. S N De Silva;J. E. Fletcher;B. W. Williams.
IEE Conference Publication (2004)
Low-Speed Control Improvements for a Two-Level Five-Phase Inverter-Fed Induction Machine Using Classic Direct Torque Control
Liliang Gao;J E Fletcher;Libo Zheng.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2011)
The methodology for aerodynamic study on a small domestic wind turbine with scoop
F. Wang;l. Bai;J.E. Fletcher;J. Whiteford.
world congress on engineering (2008)
A Hybrid Modular Multilevel Converter With Novel Three-Level Cells for DC Fault Blocking Capability
Rui Li;John E. Fletcher;Lie Xu;Derrick Holliday.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2015)
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