Dr. Charles Raymond Sarimuthu

Lecturer
School of Engineering

charles.raymond.sarimuthu@monash.edu
+603 5515 9732
Room 2-4-42
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Personal statement

Charles Raymond A/L Sarimuthu graduated with B.Eng. degree in electrical engineering and the M.Eng. degree from the University of Malaya, Malaysia, in 2006 and 2010, respectively. He is currently in his final phase of Ph.D studies in area related to electrical power engineering. Prior to joining academic, he has served in a multinational electronic manufacturing company as an electrical engineer.  From 2010 onwards, he has involved in electrical and electronics engineering degree program in various institution of higher learning namely AIMST University, Nilai University (Nilai U), Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan University College and Taylor’s University. In 2018, he started serving as a lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University Malaysia. He has vast experience in supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students. His research interest includes, voltage control, power transformer, distribution systems and renewable energy. He has published in high ranking journal and involves actively as a reviewer for IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution journal. He is a member of Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE).

Academic degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Power Engineering, National Energy University Malaysia, On-going
  • Master in Electrical Energy and Power Systems, University of Malaya, 2010
  • Degree in Electrical Engineering, University of Malaya, 2006

Professional affiliations

Member of National Professional Bodies

  • Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Member
  • Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Member

Member of International Professional Bodies

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Member
  • Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), Member

Research Interests

  • Voltage Control
  • Power Transformer
  • Distribution Networks
  • Distributed Generation
  • Renewable Energy
  • Smart Grid

Research Projects

Title: A New on-load tap changer voltage control SCHEME for networks with renewable energy sources

Voltage control is an important method for regulating the feeder voltages in a distribution network. Various voltage control methods are used by distribution network operators (DNOs) in order to maintain the network voltages to be within an acceptable voltage level. Traditionally, on-load tap changer (OLTC) and automatic voltage control (AVC) relays are often employed in regulating the network voltages. However, the traditional voltage control techniques are no longer suitable when renewable energy (RE) sources are connected to the network because of the possibility of bidirectional power flows. The presence of reverse power flow will affect the feeder voltage profiles and influence the voltage control scheme practiced in the distribution system. The aim of this research is to develop a new OLTC voltage control scheme to be used in distribution networks containing RE sources.

Education

Units taught

ECE3051 - Electrical Energy Systems

ECE4053 - Electrical Energy-Generation and Supply

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Local grants

  • Energy infrastructure for urban terrains through sustainable future technology, Chockalingam Aravind Vaithilingam (CI), Rashmi Gangasa Walvekar, Ng Jeck Fei, Sujatha Krishnan, Edwin Nada Chomen, Reynato Andal Gamboa, Charles Raymond Sarimuthu, Norhisham Misron, Mohammed Khalid, Kaveh Shahbaz, 2017-2020, Taylor’s University Flagship Research Grant, RM130,000

Current supervision

Yap Kah Yung

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) Photovoltaic (PV) System

2018-Current

Monash University Malaysia

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