Dr. Tamer Khatib Issues His Second Book about Photovoltaic Water Pumping Systems
Dr. Tamer Khatib, associate professor of renewable energy at An-Najah University's Energy and Environmental Engineering Department, director of An-Najah Company for Consultancy and Technical Studies and photovoltaic power system professional, recently published his second book titled: " Photovoltaic Water Pumping Systems: Concept, Design and Methods of Optimization" by Elsevier.
This book sheds light on the potential of effectively designed PVPS and how they can be commercially efficient and economically competitive to grid connected or diesel generator (DG) based pumping systems.
The low energy conversion efficiency of PV modules, nonlinearity of PV module/array I-V characteristics and the unique maximum power operation point are major challenges of this technology.
Moreover, the book provides readers with design and optimization methods, codes and critical analysis of the recent developments in PV pumping systems.
On this occasion, Dr. Khatib paid tribute to the second author of the book Dr. Dhiaa Muhsen and thanked him for his efforts. Dr Muhsen is a lecturer in Computer Engineering Department at Al-Mustansiriyah University in Iraq.
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