Room 2 East 1.32
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 385463
Dr Kang Ma
BSc, MSc, PhD
Dr Kang Ma was appointed Lecturer in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering in 2017.
Dr Ma’s research interests lie in low voltage (415v) network, three-phase imbalanced distribution network, distribution network operation and planning
His current research project is on Energy Literacy through an Intelligent Home Energy Advisor (ENLITEN), a project funded by EPSRC.
Ma, K., Li, R. and Li, F., 2016. Forthcoming. Utility-Scale Estimation of Additional Reinforcement Cost from 3-Phase Imbalance Considering Thermal Constraints. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Ma, K., Li, F. and Aggarwal, R., 2016. Quantification of additional reinforcement cost driven by voltage constraint under three-phase imbalance. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 31 (6), pp. 5126-5134.
Ma, K., Gu, C. and Li, F., 2016. Estimation of voltage-driven reinforcement cost for LV feeders under 3-phase imbalance. IEEE Access, 4, pp. 1345-1354.
Ma, K., Li, R., Hernando Gil, I. and Li, F., 2016. Quantification of Additional Reinforcement Cost from Severe 3-Phase Imbalance. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Ma, K., Li, R. and Li, F., 2015. Quantification of additional asset reinforcement cost from three phase imbalance. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, PP (99), pp. 1-7.