Bakgrunn og aktiviteter

I am a PhD candidate and my PhD. topic is "Power system design for deep sea mining application". This project should be done n collaboration with the Pilot Program on deep sea mining at NTNU. The focus will be on the design of an optimized isolated power system, including power electronic converters, electrical drive systems and control strategy. Challenges regarding “deep subsea” working environment will be identified and addressed with a system level perspective. Numerical simulations will be carried out to study the proposed power system in order to ensure its efficient and stable operation in various conditions. 

In parallel with my research, I am scientific assistant for power system relevant courses in the 4'th year program such as Marine and Offshore Power Systems and Power System Analysis.

I received  M.Sc degree from NTNU in June 2013. The focus of my last year research was on Modular Multilevel Converters (MMC) and their controlling strategies especially predictive control. 

At the earlier stage, I recieved my B.Sc. in electrical engineering from University of Tehran in 2010. 

Before starting my PhD study at NTNU, I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical power engineering from  University of Tehran, Iran, in 2007 and 2010. The main focus of my research works at University of Tehran was on modeling and detection of eccentricity fault in electrical machines.

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Del av bok/rapport

  • Nejati Fard, Razieh; Tedeschi, Elisabetta. (2017) Investigation of AC and DC power distributions to seafloor mining equipment. IEEE OCEANS 2017 - Aberdeen.
  • Nejati Fard, Razieh; Nademi, Hamed; Norum, Lars. (2013) Analysis of a Modular Multilevel inverter under the predicted current control based on Finite-Control-Set strategy. 3rd International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems EPECS.