Muhammad Imtiaz Ul Hassan is a passionate lifelong learner in the field of electrical engineering and renewable energy. He started his academic journey in Mianwali, his hometown, where he received his early education. To pursue his academic goals, he joined the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore Faisalabad Campus, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering between 2016-2020. During his undergraduate studies, he was honored to receive a merit-based scholarship for four years.
Muhammad Imtiaz Ul Hassan's academic and professional development led him to complete an internship at the Nishatabad Grid Station 220 KV in Faisalabad with the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC) from 01-07-2019 to 21-07-2019. This internship allowed him to gain practical insights into the field of electrical engineering and enhanced his skills. He also worked at Safina sugar mill Laliyan as a Graduate trainee engineer.
In October 2020, Muhammad Imtiaz Ul Hassan was admitted to the MS Renewable Energy System Engineering program at the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore Main Campus. During this program, he focused his research on the analysis of long-distance DC transmission systems for PV generation and the impact of high voltage transmission line PV power production.
Overall, Muhammad Imtiaz Ul Hassan is dedicated to expanding his knowledge and skills in the field of electrical engineering, particularly in renewable energy. He looks forward to making meaningful contributions to this field.
MS in Renewable Energy System Engineering
( To Improve the Efficiency of Long Distance DC Power Transmission System for
Photovoltaic Power Generation )
BSc Electrical Engineering
( Impact of High Voltage Transmission Line On Photovoltaic Power Production)
UET Lahore FSD Campus
Honours and Awards
Merit Base Scholarship on the basis of intermediate marks.
- Electrical Network Analysis and Design
- Power Electronic
- Communication System
Impact of High Voltage Transmission Line on Photovoltaic Power Production
In this study, a comprehensive theoretical analysis was presented to show the impact of ac
electric and magnetic field produced by a high voltage transmission line on power production of a PV
module. The results of related experimentation and artificial intelligence were given, and it was
demonstrated the ac electric field produced by high voltage transmission lines has no effect on PV
power production, while ac magnetic field has negative effect on output power of PV module located
near high voltage transmission lines
To Improve the Efficiency of Long Distance DC Power Transmission System for
Photovoltaic Power Generation
Renewable resources specifically photovoltaic power transmission to a long distance
is studied in this research study.
Long Distance Transmission System consists of PV array input as 450V-650V.
Ultra-Lift Luo Converter (ULL) is placed where the voltage will be stepped-up and this
ULL converter has switching loss so Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) Technique is
applied to enhance overall efficiency.
Sensitivity analysis is performed by increase/decrease in PV capacity which shows
that no change in overall gain of designed ULL converter that make the system more