Prof. Badrul Hasan Khan





    Renewable energy, power electronics


    Deptt of Electrical Engg, AMU Aligarh




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Dr. B. H. Khan, received B. Sc. Engg. degree from AMU Aligarh (1976)(1st rank), M.E. from IISc Bangalore (1978) and Ph. D. from IIT Kanpur (1989). Since 1978 he is on the faculty of Electrical Engineering Department, AMU Aligrarh, where he is currently working as professor. Dr. Khan is recipient of Gold Medal of AMU in 1976, Railway Board's First Prize of 1986-87 and President of India Medal of IE ( India), 2002. He also qualified IES 1978 and was placed as Asstt. Director / Asstt. Engineer in CEA but did not join. He has published over 48 research papers in international / national journals and conferences and authored a book "Renewable Energy resources", 3 Ed., McGraw Hill Education 2016. He is senior member of IEEE (USA), life fellow of IE (India), life member of 'Indian Society for Technical Education' and life member of 'System Society of India'. He has worked on several sponsored research projects. His current areas of interest include Non-conventional and Renewable Energy Sources, Power Electronics and Microprocessor Applications.
  1. Publication

    Book: "Non conventional Energy Resources", McGraw Hill Education, 3nd Ed

    B. H. Khan, S. R. Doradla and G. K. Dubey, A New Simultaneous Gating GTO-Converter Fed DC-Motor Drive Without Circulating Current, IEEE Tr. Ind. Appl. Soc.,  Vol.27, No.3, May/ June 1991, pp.560-566. Citations: 6


    B. H. Khan, S. R. Doradla and G. K. Dubey, A Three Phase AC-DC GTO Converter Employing Equal Pulse-Width Modulation  (EPWM), IEEE Tr. Ind. Appl.  Soc.,  Vol.27,  No.2, March/ April 1991, pp. 370-379. Citations: 4


    B. H. Khan, G. K. Dubey and S. R. Doradla, An Economical Four-Quadrant GTO-Converter and its Application to DC-Drives, IEEE Tr. Power Electronics, Vol.8, No.1, January 1993, pp. 62-68. Citations: 5


    B. H. Khan, G. K. Dubey and S. R. Doradla, Four Quadrant AC-DC Converter Fed DC Motor Drive, Electric Machines and Power Systems. Vol 28, September 2000,pp. 885-892.


    K. P. Basu and B. H. Khan, Simultaneous AC-DC Power Transmission, Instn. Of Engineers, (India) Vol 82, June 2001, pp32-35. Citations: 22


    Mohd. Ali Nasr Saif and B. H. Khan, A Simplified Analysis of a Constant Voltage Single Phase Self Excited Induction Generator, Electric Power Components and Systems, USA Vol 33, Jan 2005, pp103-112.


    H. Rahman and B. H. Khan, Power Upgrading of Transmission Line by Combining AC-DC Transmission, IEEE Trans. Power Systems, Vol. 22, No. 1, Feb. 2007, pp.459-466, citations: 42


    H. Rahman and B. H. Khan, Stability Improvement of Power System by Simultaneuous Transmission of AC-DC, Electrical Power System Research, Vol. 78, No. 4, April 2008, pp.756-764, citations: 29


    H. Rahman and B. H. Khan, Possibility of Power Tapping from Composite AC-DC Power Transmission Line, IEEE Trans. Power Delivery, Vol. 23, No.3, July 2008, pp.1464-1471 , citations: 13

Reference Books
Syllabus Adv El Drives
Induction motor Basics
Tutorial Sheet 1
Speed control principles of IM
current source inverter fed IM
Operation of IM with non-sinusoidal supply
Tutorial Sheet 2
IM Drives