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Salman Abdi Jalebi


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Dr Salman Abdi completed his PhD study in Electrical Machines and Power Electronics in Cambridge University Engineering Department in 2015. He then continued his work as a Research Associate in Cambridge until he was appointed Research Fellow in Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), Warwick University in 2016. He joined Coventry University in 2017 as a Lecturer in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department.


During his study and research career, Dr Abdi was involved in several industrial research projects funded by Innovate UK, EPSRC, European Union and industrial partners. His main areas of research include power electronics and electrical machines design, control and instrumentation.

Research Interests

  • Electrical Machines and Drives
  • Power Electronics
  • Control systems
  • Instrumentation Systems
  • Calorimetric loss measurements
  • Finite Element modeling and analysis
  • Thermal modeling
  • Wind power generation

Education / Academic qualification

Electrical Engineering, Doctorate, University of Cambridge


ELectrical Engineering, MSc, Sharif University of Technology


Electrical Engineering, MEng, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad


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Research Output 2015 2015

Optimisation of Magnetic Circuit for Brushless Doubly Fed Machines

Abdi Jalebi, S., Abdi, E., Oraee, A. & McMahon, R. Dec 2015 In : IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. 30, 3, p. 1611-1620 10 p.

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