His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Control theory, Electrical engineering, Inverter and Modular design. Stephen J. Finney interconnects Converters, Ripple, Power electronics, AC power and Voltage in the investigation of issues within Electronic engineering. He has researched Control theory in several fields, including Topology, Pulse-width modulation, Space vector modulation, Boost converter and Maximum power principle.
His work in Maximum power principle addresses issues such as Fuzzy control system, which are connected to fields such as Operating point, Photovoltaic system, Maximum power point tracking and Electricity generation. Stephen J. Finney usually deals with Electrical engineering and limits it to topics linked to Fault tolerance and Voltage source. His Inverter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Control system, Power factor, Distributed generation, Model predictive control and Capacitor.
His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Control theory, Voltage and Converters. His work carried out in the field of Electronic engineering brings together such families of science as Inverter, AC power, Forward converter and Capacitor. His studies in Capacitor integrate themes in fields like Inductor and Diode.
His Control theory research incorporates elements of Pulse-width modulation, Space vector modulation, Harmonics and Power factor. In the subject of general Voltage, his work in Voltage regulation is often linked to Waveform, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The Converters study combines topics in areas such as Ripple, Transient, High voltage and Transmission system.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electrical engineering, Voltage, Electronic engineering, Converters and Modular design. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Distribution networks, Electronic circuit, Reliability engineering and Smart grid. His work deals with themes such as AC/AC converter and Forward converter, which intersect with Electronic engineering.
His research on Converters often connects related areas such as Control theory. His study in the field of DC motor, AC motor, Robustness and Controller design also crosses realms of Lyapunov function. His Capacitor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diode, Topology, Ripple, Harmonic analysis and AC power.
His primary scientific interests are in Electrical engineering, Modular design, Electronic engineering, Converters and Capacitor. His Converters research incorporates themes from Control system, Steady state and High voltage. His Capacitor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diode, Harmonic analysis and Topology.
As a member of one scientific family, Stephen J. Finney mostly works in the field of Topology, focusing on Voltage and, on occasion, Control theory and DC motor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Commutation and Voltage source in addition to Insulated-gate bipolar transistor. His Wind power research includes themes of Ćuk converter, Boost converter, Forward converter, Power optimizer and HVDC converter station.
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Fuzzy-Logic-Control Approach of a Modified Hill-Climbing Method for Maximum Power Point in Microgrid Standalone Photovoltaic System
B N Alajmi;K H Ahmed;S J Finney;B W Williams.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2011)
A Maximum Power Point Tracking Technique for Partially Shaded Photovoltaic Systems in Microgrids
B. N. Alajmi;K. H. Ahmed;S. J. Finney;B. W. Williams.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2013)
Passive Filter Design for Three-Phase Inverter Interfacing in Distributed Generation
K.H. Ahmed;S.J. Finney;B.W. Williams.
Electrical Power Quality and Utilisation. Journal (2007)
A review of IGBT models
Kuang Sheng;B.W. Williams;S.J. Finney.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2000)
New Breed of Network Fault-Tolerant Voltage-Source-Converter HVDC Transmission System
G. P. Adam;K. H. Ahmed;S. J. Finney;K. Bell.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2013)
Capacitor Balance Issues of the Diode-Clamped Multilevel Inverter Operated in a Quasi Two-State Mode
G.P. Adam;S.J. Finney;A.M. Massoud;B.W. Williams.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2008)
Harmonic distortion-based island detection technique for inverter-based distributed generation
A.M. Massoud;K.H. Ahmed;S.J. Finney;B.W. Williams.
Iet Renewable Power Generation (2009)
Review of dc-dc converters for multi-terminal HVDC transmission networks
Grain Philip Adam;Islam Azmy Gowaid;Stephen Jon Finney;Derrick Holliday.
Iet Power Electronics (2016)
Distributed Control of a Fault-Tolerant Modular Multilevel Inverter for Direct-Drive Wind Turbine Grid Interfacing
M. A. Parker;Li Ran;S. J. Finney.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2013)
Series-Connected IGBTs Using Active Voltage Control Technique
T. C. Lim;B. W. Williams;S. J. Finney;P. R. Palmer.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2013)
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