Sobhy S. Dessouky

Work place: Electrical Department, Faculty of Engineering, Port Said University Port Said, Egypt



Research Interests: Engineering


Sobhy Serry Dessouky was born in Dakahlie of Egypt in 1946. He received the B.Sc. degree (1970) and M.Sc. (1977) in electrical engineering from Suez Canal University in Helwan University respectively. Dr. Dessouky received the Ph. D. degree from TU, Dresden, German in 1982. From Oct. 1970 to 1975, he was Joined Faculty of Engineering, Suez Canal University, as Demonstrator. He worked as Demonstrator from 1975-1977 in Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University. In 1977, he worked as lecturer assistant in Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Suez Canal University. From 1983 to 1987 he worked as Assistant Professor (Lecturer), in Electrical Engineering Department, faculty of Engineering, Suez Canal University, Port Said Campus. In 1987 he promoted as Associate Professor in the same Department. In 1991 Dr. Dessouky became a full Professor of Electrical power and H.V Engineering. He was a member in IEEE from 1996. In parallel, he worked as a department chair, Vice Dean for Community Affairs and Environment, and Director of Engineering Research Center for Developing and Technological Planning in Suez Canal University.

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Load Test of Induction Motors Based on PWM Technique using Genetic Algorithm

By Basem E. Elnaghi Reham H. Mohammed Sobhy S. Dessouky Mariam K. Shehata

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2019

Genetic algorithms(GA) is optimization technique used in the equivalent load test of the induction motors to select the values of the factors(modulation indicators) that effect on the performance properties in terms of the values of the currents and the total loss within the machine. One way to choose these parameters is by trial and error while this paper based on GA method to improve the parameters selection. A model is designed to simulate the loading of the induction motor and obtain its own results by the MATLAB program 2017a. There are different methods used to achieve this task such as PWM inverter with different modulation techniques, Constant Voltage Variable Frequency (CVVF) method, Variable Voltage Constant Frequency (VVCF) method and Variable Voltage Variable Frequency (VVVF) method.

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