Md. Didarul Islam
Md. Didarul Islam
PhD student, Monash University, Australia
Verified email at monash.edu
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A review of reliable and energy efficient direct torque controlled induction motor drives
C Reza, MD Islam, S Mekhilef
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 37, 919-932, 2014
852014
A PSO-DQ current control scheme for performance enhancement of Z-source matrix converter to drive IM fed by abnormal voltage
SS Sebtahmadi, HB Azad, SHA Kaboli, MD Islam, S Mekhilef
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 33 (2), 1666-1681, 2017
622017
Modeling and experimental validation of 5-level hybrid H-bridge multilevel inverter fed DTC-IM drive
MD Islam, C Reza, S Mekhilef
Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology 10 (2), 574-585, 2015
102015
Modeling and experimental verification of ANN based online stator resistance estimation in DTC-IM drive
C Reza, MD Islam, S Mekhilef
Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology 9 (2), 550-558, 2014
72014
Stator resistance estimation scheme using fuzzy logic system for direct torque controlled induction motor drive
SM C Reza, D Islam
Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems., 2014
62014
Arm-Sensorless Sub-Module Voltage Estimation and Balancing of Modular Multilevel Converters
MD Islam, R Razzaghi, B Bahrani
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 35 (2), 957-967, 2019
52019
Laser scan matching by fast cvsac in dynamic environment
MD Islam, SMT Reza, J Uddin, E Oyekanlu
International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications 5 (11), 11, 2013
42013
A current control approach for an abnormal grid supplied ultra sparse Z-Source matrix converter with a particle swarm optimization proportional-integral induction motor drive …
SS Sebtahmadi, H Borhan Azad, D Islam, M Seyedmahmoudian, B Horan, ...
Energies 9 (11), 899, 2016
32016
DTC-IM drive with 5-level hybrid cascaded h-bridge inverter
D Islam, C Reza, S Mekhilef
2014 9th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications, 332-337, 2014
32014
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