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Enock Mulenga
Enock Mulenga

Enock Mulenga

Postdoctoral position
Luleå University of Technology
Electric Power Engineering
Energy Science
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics
+46 (0)910 585362
B2304 Skellefteå


Bachelor of Engineering (BEng.) in Electrical/Electronics Engineering, 2008 (The Copperbelt University-Zambia); Master of science (MSc.) in Electrical Engineering-Electric Power Engineering, 2015 (Chalmers University of Technology-Sweden); Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Science (PhD) in Electric Power Engineering, 2021 (Luleå University of Technology)

Work, Education and Research Experience:

Several years of work experience at Manufacturing companies, Cement production process plant, Underground Copper and Cobalt Mining company, Open-pit Copper mining company, Water and wastewater treatment plants. In addition, consultancy work covering power quality, electrical engineering, solar power, electrical engineering in mining, process and manufacturing companies, Telecommuncations systems for mining applications (Mining modular systems) and general consultancy.

Over two years of lecturing and research at the Copperbelt University-Zambia in solar power, electrical machines and electrical engineering for mining/metallurgical engineering under school of engineering and school of mines & mineral sciences.

Research and Technology Interests:

Solar power, power quality, applications of solar power for small scale farming and agriculture, energy utilization in mining industry, power quality in mining industry, electric power transmission and distribution systems, wind power, protection systems.


Article in journal

Limits set by component loadability on solar power integration in distribution networks (2022)

Mulenga. E, Bollen. M, Etherden. N
Electric power systems research, Vol. 209
Article in journal

Adapted Stochastic PV Hosting Capacity Approach for Electric Vehicle Charging Considering Undervoltage (2021)

Mulenga. E, Bollen. M, Etherden. N
Electricity, Vol. 2, nr. 3, s. 387-402
Conference paper

Likelihood of Overload due to connected Solar PV (2021)

Mulenga. E, Etherden. N, Bollen. M
Part of: CIRED 2021 - The 26th International Conference and Exhibition on Electricity Distribution, s. 2376-2380, Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2021, 0046