Recent Submissions

  • Decentralized constrained optimal control of the multimachine power system stability improvement 

    Abakar, Djibrine; Abouelsoud, A. A.; Saulo, Michael. J; Sitati, S. Simiyu (Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2020-03)
    This paper proposes a decentralized constrained optimal control of the multimachine power system stability. Today’s power networks operate closer to their maximum limits. Alternative Current power grids are more vulnerable ...
  • Integrated Electricity Tarrif Model for Kenya 

    Michael Saulo, Muli Mumo, Samuel Kibaara (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    Tariffs and tariff structures has been changing over a period of time all over the world. This has acted as a key factor which limits development in third world country. This project therefore seeks to detemine the best ...
  • Strategic PMU placement for stability enhancement 

    Saulo, M.J, V. Siyoi, S. Kariuki (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    This paper explored a novel method for strategic monitoring of a power system to schematically monitor power system variables that are sensitive to transients. The characteristics of a fully developed transient or power ...
  • Solar-wind hybrid energy system for new engineering complex- technical university of Mombasa 

    Michael Saulo, Austin Wasonga, Victor Odhiambo (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    A hybrid energy system combines multiple types of energy generation in order to meet the demand of the users effectively and efficiently. The Solar-Wind hybrid system consists of electrical energy generated from wind and ...
  • Power swing prediction for out-of-step mitigation 

    Saulo, M.J, V. Siyoi, S. Kariuki (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    This paper explored the possibility of accurately predicting the classification of developing power swings. The notion of machine learning was employed, and tested the application of Decision Tree (DT) algorithms to wide ...
  • The impacts of distributed generation using high speed wind turbines on power system transient stability 

    Michael Juma Saulo and Annastacia Maina (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    Wind power generation source differs in several respects from conventional sources of energy like hydro and thermal. Furthermore, wind generators are usually based on different generator technologies other than the ...
  • Electricity generation from municipal solid waste (MSW) 

    Michael Juma Saulo, S. Kariuki, V. Siyoi, L. Mogaka, J. Maroko (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    With the world’s energy demand increasing by the day, carbon dioxide emission rate also increases due to the dependency on fossil fuels for energy production. Several attempts have been made to reduce the dependence fossil ...
  • Thermal analysis of a CSP-Biogas hybrid power plant 

    Michael Juma Saulo, S. Kariuki, V. Siyoi, L. Mogaka, J. Maroko (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    As the energy costs continue to rise steadily, researchers are looking for alternative sources of energy to meet the rising demand for sustainable energy. Finding an inexpensive and reliable energy generation technology ...
  • The impact of capacitor coupled sub-station in rural electrification of sub-Saharan Africa 

    Michael Juma Saulo and Charles Trevor Gaunt (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2015)
    The overall electricity access rate is still very low in most sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries. The rate is even lower in rural areas where most of the population in these countries lives. One of the main obstacles to ...
  • Implication of using auxiliary service voltage transformer sub-stations for rural electrification 

    Michael Juma Saulo and Charles Trevor Gaun (International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2014)
    Abstract: Providing an affordable and reliable electricity supply to rural communities is seen by countries round the world as one of the major keys to development. A good quality and stable electricity supply can provide ...