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B. Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, Pakistan May, 1977 Master of Applied Science masc




Dr. N.H. Malik, Professor, EE Dept, College of Engineering King Saud University, P.O. Box 800, Riyadh 11421, Saudi Arabia



RESUME


Personal Data


Name Nazar Hussain Malik


Date of Birth January 17, 1949


Nationality Canadian


Marital Status Married - three children


Occupation Professor

Electrical Engineering Department

College of Engineering

King Saud University

P.O. Box 800, Riyadh 11421

Saudi Arabia


Telephone Off. (01) 4676783

Res. (01) 4682048

Fax (01) 4676757

Email nmalik@ksu.edu.sa

Education


a) General


May, 1973 B.Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering,

University of Engineering and Technology

Lahore, Pakistan


May, 1977 Master of Applied Science (^ MASc) in Electrical Engineering, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada


June, 1979 Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada


b) Specialization


B.Sc. Electrical Power and Machines

MASc Electrical Power and High Voltage Engineering

Ph.D. Electrical Power and High Voltage Engineering


c) Thesis


MASc "The Study of Silicon Carbide Filled Adiprine"

This thesis deals with experimental investigations about electrical and dielectric characteristics of a polymer based partially conducting insulation medium that could be used for manufacturing insulators that exhibit better performance under polluted environment.


Ph.D. "Static Field Breakdown and Corona Characteristics of SF6 and

SF6-N2 Mixtures”


This thesis deals with theoretical and experimental investigations into the breakdown and pre-breakdown discharge characteristics of sulfur-hexafluoride (SF6) and its mixtures with N2 gas for applications in compressed gas insulated transmission lines (CGITL) and other high voltage apparatus.


Awards


1. Lahore Board of Education Scholarship (1966-1968).


2. National Talent Silver Medal (1968).


3. National Talent Scholarship, Lahore Board of Education (1968-1973).


4. S.A. Durrani Scholarship, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore (1971).


5. University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Gold Medal (1973) for obtaining first position among 200 graduating Electrical Engineers.


6. University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, Gold Medal (1973) for obtaining first position among 500 graduating Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Petroleum and Mining Engineers, Architects and Town Planners.


  1. University of Windsor Postgraduate Scholarship (1975-1977).


8. Ontario Graduate Scholarship, Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities (1977-1979).


  1. Best Paper of the Symposium Award at GCC-CIGRE Symposium on High Voltage Transmission Lines and Cables, April 27-28, 1994, Doha, Qatar

  2. Impact of Sand-Dust Pollution on the Engineering Design Criteria of High Voltage Air Insulated Networks", Best-Applied Research Award for the year 1994 by GCC Regional Committee of CIGRE.

  3. “Use of Air Gaps for Over-voltage Protection and Insulation Coordination in Distribution Networks”, Best-Applied Research Award for the year 1997 by GCC Regional Committee of CIGRE.

  4. “The loss of AC strength of MV-XLPE cables due to accelerated aging”, Best Technical Paper Award, GCC Power 2003 Conference, 8-9 December, 200, Muscat, Oman.


Professional Experience


1. Since Oct. 89 Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


2. Nov. 83 to Sept. 89 Associate Professor, Electrical

Engineering Department, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


3. Sept. 82 to Nov. 83 Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


4. Dec. 79 to Aug. 82 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.


5. Sept. 79 to Dec. 79 Assistant Professor, Electrical

Engineering Department, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.


6. May 79 to Aug. 79 Post Doctoral Fellow, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.


7. Sept. 75 to Apr. 79 Teaching and Research Assistant, Electrical Engineering Dept., University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.


8. Oct. 73 to Aug. 75 Lecturer, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.


9. May 73 to Sept. 73 Research Assistant, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.


^ Course Taught

a) At King Saud University

EE 202 Electric Circuit Analysis

EE 209 Electrical Technology

EE 301 Electric Circuit Theory

EE 308 Electric Circuits and Machines

EE 318 Electric and Electronic Circuits

EE 340 Fundamentals of Power Systems

EE341 Power System Analysis-I

EE 342 Electrical Power Lab.

EE 441 Electric Power

EE 442 Utilization of Electrical Energy

EE 445 Analysis of Electric Power Network

EE 431 Electrical Machines

EE 446 High Voltage Engineering

EE 447 Utilization of Electrical Energy

EE 400 Senior projects

EE 541 Advanced Power System Analysis

EE 543 High Voltage Transmission Theory

EE 600 Master Thesis

EE 647 High Voltage Insulation


b) At University of Western Ontario, London, Canada


ES306 Electromechanics (Third level course about principles and applications of Electro-mechanical devices).


ES336 Energy Conversion I (Third level course about energy conversation devices and systems)


ES445 Power Systems I (Fourth level course about design, analysis and application of electric power systems).


ES446 Power Systems II (Fourth level course about design, analysis and operation of electric power systems).


ES026 Fortran Programming (First level course in Computer Programming).


ES400 Senior Projects

ES564 Advanced Electrostatics (Graduate course in applied electrostatics)


c) At University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada


EE464 High Voltage Technology (4th level course about high voltage techniques and phenomena)


EE306 EM Theory (3rd level course about electrostatics and electromagnetics)


EE503 Advanced EM Theory (Graduate course in EM Theory)


^ Professional Organization Membership


Senior Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). U.S.A.


Member Association of Professional Engineers Province of Ontario, Canada


Fellow Institution of Engineers, Pakistan.


Research Grants


1. Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada individual operating grant (1979-1982). "Gaseous Dielectrics for High Voltage Equipment".


2. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for investigating the power factor improvement of non-linear loads using static compensators (1402-1405).


3. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology KACST applied research grant AR-6-38 (1405-1407) to study "Electromagnetic interference from power lines in Central region of Saudi Arabia".


4. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology applied research grant AR-9-33 (1408-1411) to study "The Influence of sand and dust particles on the breakdown voltages of air gaps".


5. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology applied research grant AR-15-46 (1417-1421) to study the causes of electrical breakdown in polymeric insulated power cables and their accessories in Saudi Arabian environment.


6. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for investigating the performance of single and multiple rod-rod gaps for surge over-voltage protection of medium voltage power networks in the presence of sand/dust contamination in atmospheric air (1414-1418).


7. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology Applied Research Grant (1417-1421) to study the losses in electrical power grid of Saudi Arabia and the methods to minimize such losses.


  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for Investigations of Variations in Breakdown and Corona Characteristics in Air Gaps due to Dust Film on Interphase Spacers of High Voltage Metal Clad Switchgear (1418-1420)




  1. Grant from SABIC for investigations of “Environmentally induced degradation of insulating polymers produced in Saudi Arabia”. Project 18/421, 1421-1424.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for writing a text book on Fundamentals of High Voltage Engineering (1420-1424).




  1. King Saud University National Project “ Study of degradation of nationally produced HV cables related to manufacturing defects”, King Saud University, 1424-1425.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for writing a text book on Fundamentals of Power Systems (1424-1425).




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant for “Study of SF6 Gas Insulated Equipment Used in Saudi Arabia and Potential Use of SF6 Gas Mixtures in Such Equipment” Project Number 19/424, 1424-1426 (2003-2005), SR 30,000 (1420-1425).




  1. KACST Grant for the project titled ‘”Selection and evaluation of MV polymeric materials and their emerging construction methods suitable for local environment and manufacture” a grant from KACST, SEC, and Riyadh Cables for 42 months experimental and theoretical study.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Grant titled “Breakdown Characteristics of Compressed SF6 + N2, and SF6 + CO2 with Diluted Concentration of SF6 Gas”, Project Number 43/426, 1426-1427 (2005-2006), SR 30,000.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Project Funded through a Grant from SABIC titled “The Suitability of Polymeric Insulators in Saudi Arabian Environment”, Project Number 18/426, 1426-1427 (2005-2006), SR40,025.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Project titled “Environmentally induced degradation of insulating polymers produced in Saudi Arabia”, Project Number 12/426, 1426-1427 (2005-2006), SR 50,000/.




  1. SEC Contract No. 10541170/00 to study "Grounding and bonding procedures and requirements in distribution network", SR 888000, November 2005 to September 2007.




  1. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Project titled “Development of Polymer Based Low Resistivity Material for Applications in Grounding Network of Electric Power Utilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”, Project Number /428, 1428-1429, SR 50,000/.

  2. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Project titled “Impact of Solar Radiation and Heat on the Hydrophobicity of V Polymeric Insulators”, Project Number 18/428, 1428-1429, SR 50,000/.

  3. College of Engineering (KSU) Research Center Project titled “The Impact of Petrochemicals Spillovers on the HV Cable Jackets Prepared from Polymers Produced by SABIC”, Project Number 24/428, 1428-1429, SR 50,000/.

  4. Ministry of Electricity and Water contract No. 6002 for studying use of high efficiency lamps in place of ordinary lamps, 18 months duration, SR 360,000.

  5. Contract with UTEC, Riyadh for studying the failure of pole mounted transformers, SR 116000, 2006-2008.



Other Activities


a) Graduate Student Supervision


Yousef Safar Ph.D member

Alla Elmoursi Ph.D supervisor

Garry Won MASc member

Gregory Wilson MASc member

Misbah El-Behlol M.Sc co-supervisor

Jamal Wadi M.Sc supervisor

Hathem Uthman M.Sc co-supervisor

Hamood Al-Otaibi M.Sc supervisor

Abdallah Al Abdallah M.Sc supervisor

A. Al-Ohaidab M.Sc co-supervisor

Mansoor Al-Anzi MSc supervisor


b) Others


1. Chairman Graduate Affairs Committee, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada (1981-1982).

2. Faculty Advisor, IEEE Student Branch, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada (1981-1982).


3. Supervisor High Voltage Laboratory, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1402-1404).


4. Reviewer for IEEE Trans. on Electrical Insulation.


5. Reviewer for Prentice Hall Inc.


6. Member of several committees for the First Symposium on Electric Power Systems in Fast Developing Countries held at King Saud University, Riyadh, March 21-24, 1987 in cooperation with IEEE Region 8.


7. Member of committee responsible for preparing data for USA, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, ABET, team visit during 1987 to K.S.U.


8. Participated in the two short courses offered by the department through Community Services Center during 1986, 1988. These courses were:

a) Current topics in power systems.

b) Electromagnetic surges in transmission networks.


9. Reviewer for KACST, Saudi Arabia (KACST is Central Government Organization which promotes and funds applied research in Saudi Arabia).


10. Reviewer for Proceedings of IEE, UK.


11. Reviewer for the papers submitted to the following scientific conferences:

a) 2nd Saudi Engineers Conference, KFUPM, Dhahran, Nov. 1985.

b) First Symposium on Electric Power in Fast Developing countries, King Saud University, Riyadh, March 1987.

c) First Saudi Symposium on Energy Conservation and Utilization, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, March 1990.

d) 3rd Saudi Engineer's Conference, King Saud Univ., Riyadh, Nov. 1991.

e) 4th Saudi Engineers Conference, King Abdulaziz Univ., Jeddah, Nov.1995.

  1. 2nd Symposium on Energy Conservation and Utilization, KFUPM, Dhahran, Nov 1994.

  2. 5th Saudi Engineers Conference, Umm-ul-Qura University, Makkah, February 1999.


12. Member and Chairman of technical committee No.6 for preparing standards on power transmission and distribution equipment for Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO) for Saudi Arabia.


13. Instructor for advanced courses offered to Electrical Engineers working with different utility companies in Saudi Arabia. The courses were offered at King Saud University, Riyadh, and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on the following topics.

a) Electrical insulation in power systems

b) High Voltage Engineering: Theory and Practice

c) Short Circuit Calculations and Protection in Power Systems

d) Power System Grounding and Electric Shock Hazards

e) High Voltage Measurements and Testing

f) Distribution System Engineering

G) High Voltage Polymeric Cables and Accessories


  1. Performed extensive testing of high voltage cables, circuit breakers, gas insulated switchgear, transformers, insulators and bushings for utility industry, manufactures, contractors, consultants and governmental departments as per IEC, BS, ANSI or SASO standards.

  2. External examination for MSc thesis examination of several students at King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

  3. Convenor Technical Seminar Committee, Institution of Engineers, Pakistan, Saudi Arabian Center (IEP-SAC).

  4. Specialized Consultant for Ministry of Higher Education, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


Publications


1. A. Yializis, N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and E. Kuffel, 1979, "Impulse Breakdown and Corona Characteristics for Rod Plane Gaps in SF6-N2 Mixtures with SF6 Content Below 1%." IEEE Trans. on PAS, Vol. PAS-98, No.5, pp.1832-1840.


2. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and G.D. Theophilus, 1979, "Static Field Breakdown and Corona Characteristics of Rod-Plane Gaps in SF6-N2 Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-14, No.2, pp.61-69.


3. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1979, "Calculation of Discharge Inception Voltages in SF6-N2 Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-14, No.2, pp.70-76.


4. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1979, "A Review of Electrical Breakdown in Mixtures of SF6 and other Gases", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-14, No.1, pp.1-13.


5. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1979, The Influence of Voltage Polarity and Field Non-Uniformity on the Breakdown Behavior of Rod-Plane Gaps Filled with SF6", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-14, No.6, pp. 327-333.


6. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1978, "Breakdown Mechanisms in Sulphur Hexafluoride", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-13, No.3, pp.134-144.


7. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi, E. Kuffel and M.R. Raghuveer, 1977, "Partially Conducting Polymers for Outdoor Applications", Trans. of Can. Elect. Assoc., paper 77-SP-140, Vol.16, Part 3.


8. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1977, "Elektrische Eigenschaften von SiC- Haltigen Kunstosoffen", Elektro Anzeiger, 30, Vol.10, pp.24-26.


9. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1979, "Non-Uniform Field Breakdown in SF6 and its Mixtures with Helium and Nitrogen", 3rd Int. Symp. on High Voltage Engineering, Milan, Italy, paper No.31-03.


10. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1979, "Discharge Behavior of SF6-He Mixtures in Non-Uniform Field Gaps", Proc. IEE Conf. on Developments in Design and Performance of EHV Switching Equipment, London, U.K., pp.68-70.


11. J.R. Laghari, N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and G.D. Theophilus, 1979, "Surface Flashover of Spacers in SF6-N2 Mixtures and Design of High Impulse Ratio Compressed Gas Insulated Apparatus", Proc. IEE Conf. on Developments in Design and Performance of EHV Switching Equipment, London, U.K., pp.71-74.


12. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and G.D. Theophilus, 1979, "Breakdown Phenomena in SF6-N2 Mixtures", Proc. VIII Int. Symp. on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp.F7.1-F7.14.


13. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi, G.D. Theophilus and M.R. Raghuveer, 1978, "Pre-Breakdown Phenomena in SF6-N2 Mixtures at Various Pressures", Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. on Elect. Insul., Philadelphia, pp.140-145.


14. N.H. Malik, "Electric Power Transmission Using Gas Insulated Cables", Presented at 1979 Annual Conf. of Muslim Scientists and Engineers, Washington, D.C.


15. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1978 "Prebreakdown and Impulse Breakdown Behavior of SF6 and SF6-N2 Mixtures", Presented at IEEE Canadian Communication and Power Conference.


16. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and Y.A. Safar, 1983, "DC Voltage Breakdown Characteristics of Rod-Plane Gaps in SF6-air and SF6-CO2 Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-18, No.6, pp. 629-636.


17. N.H. Malik, Y.A. Safar and A.H. Qureshi, 1983, "Impulse Breakdown Characteristics of Positive Rod-Plane Gaps in SF6-Gas Mixtures", Journal of Engineering Sciences, King Saud University, Vol. 9(1), pp. 21-30.


18. A.A. Elmoursi and N.H. Malik, 1983, "Field Uniformity of a High Voltage Test Electrode System", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-18, No.1, pp.89-92.


19. Y.A. Safar, N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1982, "Impulse Breakdown Behavior of Negative Rod-Plane Gaps in SF6-N2, SF6-air and SF6-CO2 Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-17, No.5, pp.441-445.


20. N.H. Malik, 1981, "Streamer Breakdown Criterion for Compressed Gases", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-16, No.5, pp.463-467.


21. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1980, "Breakdown Gradients for SF6-N2, SF6-Air and SF6-CO2 Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-15, No.5, pp.413-418.


22. I.I. Inculet, N.H. Malik and J.A. Young, 1983, "Corona Charging of Spherical Immobilized Particles", Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser. No.66, Oxford, pp.99-104.


23. N.H. Malik, Y.A. Safar and A.H. Qureshi, 1982, "Impulse Corona Behavior of Negative Rod-Plane Gaps Filled with SF6-Gas Mixtures", IEE Conf. on Gas Discharges and their Applications, London, U.K.


24. N.H. Malik, 1982, "Corona Stabilization and Critical Pressure in SF6", IEE Conf. on Gas Discharges and their Applications, London, U.K.


25. Y.A. Safar, N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and P.H. Alexander, 1982, "Effect of Grounded Enclosure on the Field Distribution of Rod-Plane Gaps", 3rd International Symp. on Gaseous Dielectric, Knoxville, U.S.A., pp.522-526.


26. N.H. Malik, Y.A. Safar and A.H. Qureshi, 1982, "Impulse Corona Behavior of Positive Rod-Plane Gaps in SF6-Gas", IEEE International Symp. on Elect. Insul., pp.197-201.


27. Y.A. Safar, D. Hansen, A.H. Qureshi and N.H. Malik, 1981, "The Influence of Impulse Corona on the Subsequent Breakdown of SF6 Insulation", IEEE Conf. Toronto, Canada, pp.42-43.


28. Y. Safar, N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1980, "Impulse Breakdown and Corona Characteristics for Rod-Plane Gaps in Mixtures of SF6 with CO2 and Air with Low Percentage of SF6 Content", Proc. Canadian Communications and Power Conference, pp.34-37.


29. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1980, "Breakdown Behavior of SF6-Gas Mixtures in Protrusion Perturbed Uniform Fields", Proc. Canadian Communications and Power Conference, pp.30-33.


30. N.H. Malik, A.H. Qureshi and T. Szweicer, 1980, "Electrode Surface Roughness and SF6-Gas Mixtures", Proc. IEE Conference on Gas Discharges and their Applications, London, U.K., pp.236-239.


31. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1980, "Sparking Potential of CC12F2-CO2 and CC12F2-N2 Gas Mixtures", Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. on Elect. Insul., pp.38-41.


32. N.H. Malik and A.H. Qureshi, 1980, "Electrical Breakdown in Gases", Digest of Literature on Dielectrics, Vol.42, National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C., Chapter 5, pp.183-233.


33. N.H. Malik, 1981, IEEE Trans. on PAS., Vol.PAS-100, No.8, pp.3867.


34. S.E. Haque, N.H. Malik and W. Shepherd, "Operation of Fixed Capacitor - Thyristor Controlled Reactor (FC-TCR) Power Factor Compensator", IEEE Trans. on PAS, Vol. PAS-104, No.6, 1985, pp.1385-1390.


35. N.H. Malik and S.E. Haque, "Steady State Analysis and Performance of an Isolated Self Excited Induction Generator", IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.EC-1, No.3, 1986, pp.134-140.


36. N.H. Malik and A.A. Al-Arainy, "Charge Simulation Modeling of Three Core Belted Cables", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul. Vol.EI-20, No.3, 1985, pp.499-503.


37. N.H. Malik, "The Influence of Source Impedance on the Performance of FC-TCR Power Factor Compensators", Journal of Engineering Science, King Saud University, Vol.11 (1), pp.51-61.


38. M. Akbar and N.H. Malik, "Electrical Breakdown of N2O-SF6, N2O-CC12F2 and N2O-CO2 Gas Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-20, No.3, 1985, pp.581-585.

39. N.H. Malik, "Capacitance Requirements for Self Excited Induction Generator", Paper presented at Second Saudi Engineers Conference, 16-19, Nov. 1985, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.


40. N.H. Malik, S.E. Haque and W. Shepherd, "Analysis and Performance of Three Phase, Phase Controlled Thyristor AC Voltage Controllers", IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, Vol.IE-32, No.3, 1985, pp.192-199.


41. N.H. Malik and A. Mazi, "Capacitance Requirements for an Isolated Self Excited Induction Generator", IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.EC-2, No.1, 1987, pp.62-69.


42. S.E. Haque and N.H. Malik, "Analysis and Performance of a Fixed Filter Thyristor Controlled Reactor FF-TCR Compensator", IEEE Trans. on Power Systems, Vol. PwrS-2, No.2, 1987, pp.303-309.


43. N.H. Malik and A.A. Al-Arainy, "Electrical Stress Distribution in Three Core Belted Power Cables", IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol. PWRD-2, No.3, 1987, pp.589-595.


44. N.H. Malik, A.A. Al-Arainy, A.M. Kailani, and M.J. Khan, "Discharge Inception Voltages due to Voids in Power Cables", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-22, No.6, 1987, pp.787-793.


45. N.H. Malik and S.E. Haque, "Harmonic Analysis of Three Phase AC Voltage Controllers", Conference Record IAS/IEEE Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, Oct., 1986, pp.1078-1086.


46. M. Akbar and N.H. Malik, "Uniform Field Breakdown of Electronegative Gas Mixtures", Trans. of IEEE Japan, Section E, Vol.106, No.7/8, 1986, pp.107-114.


47. N.H. Malik and A.A. Al-Arainy, "Capacitance Calculations for 3 Core Belted Power Cables", International Journal of Elect. Eng. Education, Vol.25, No.1, 1988, pp.27-32.


48. N.H. Malik and A.A. Al-Arainy, "Statistical Variation of DC Corona Pulse Amplitudes in Point-Plane Air Gaps", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-22, No.6, pp.825-829, 1987.


49. S.E. Haque, N.H. Malik, A.A. Al-Ohaly and M.S. Smiai, "Power Factor Improvement of Induction Motor Using FC-TCR Compensator", Proc. 1st Symp., on Elect. Power Systems in Fast Developing Countries, March 1987, Riyadh, pp.371-374.


50. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and L.N. Abdul Aal, "Electromagnetic Interference from Distribution Lines Located in Central Region of Saudi Arabia", IBID, pp.379-384.


51. M.K. Al-Bahloul, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, "Pulse Height Distributions for DC and AC Corona in Point-Plane Air Gaps", IBID, pp.393-396.


52. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and L.N. Abdul Aal, "Electromagnetic Interference from Substations in Central Region of Saudi Arabia", Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, Vol.6, No.1, Part A, 1988, pp.129-138.


53. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and L.N. Abdul Aal, "Electromagnetic Interference from Transmission Lines Location in Central Region of Saudi Arabia", IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol.PWRD-4, No.1, 1989, pp.532-528.


54. S.E. Haque, N.H. Malik and M.S. Smiai, "On Line Power Factor Improvement of Induction Motors", IEEE IAS Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A., Oct. 1988, pp.1509-1513.


55. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Planning a High Voltage Laboratory in a University", UNESCO Regional Conference on Establishing Engineering Laboratories in Engineering Colleges, Doha, Qatar, March 14-16, 1988.


56. N.H. Malik, "Harmonic Analysis of Three Phase AC Voltage Regulators Using Thyristor-Diode Switches", Journal of King Saud University, Vol.1, Eng. Sci. (1,2), 1989, pp.111-122.


57. N.H. Malik, "A Review of the Charge Simulation Method and its Applications", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol.EI-24, No.1, 1989, pp.3-20.


58. N.H. Malik and A.A. Al-Arainy, "EMI Characteristics of Distribution Lines Located in Desert Lands", IEEE Trans. on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Vol.EC-31, No.3, 1989, pp.273-279.


59. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Attenuation and EMI Frequency Spectrum for Distribution Lines", Journal of King Saud University, Vol.2, Eng. Sci.(2), 1990, pp.229-243.


60. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.K. Al-Bahloul, "Statistical Variation of AC Corona Pulse Amplitudes in Point-to-Plane Air Gaps", IEEE Trans. on Electrical Insulation, Vol.EI-24, No.4, 1989, pp.681-687.


61. D.F. Binns, A.H. Mufti and N.H. Malik, "Optical Discharge Detection in SF6 Insulated Systems", IEEE Trans. on Electrical Insulation, Vol.EI-25, No.2, 1990, pp.405-414.


62. M.J. Khan, P.H. Alexander and N.H. Malik, "Electrostatic Field Calculation of a Rod Insulator by the Charge Simulation Method", Paper 42.14, 1989 International High Voltage Symposium ISH-89, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.


63. M.S. Smiai, S.E. Haque, N.H. Malik and W. Shephard, "Analysis and Performance of Hybrid Thyristor-Controlled Three Phase Resistive Load", Proc. of 1989 IAS/IEEE Annual Meeting, pp.1801-1807.


64. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Limiting Values for Steady State Operation of Self-excited Induction Generators", The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Vol.15, No.2A, April 1990, pp.191-201.


65. N.H. Malik, "Analysis and Performance Characteristics of Three-Phase Thyrode AC Voltage Controllers", IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, Vol.4, No.3, 1989, pp.355-361.


66. N.H. Malik and A.H. Al-Bahrani, "Influence of the Terminal Capacitor on the Performance Characteristics of Self-excited Induction Generator", Proc. IEE, Vol.137, Part C, No.2, 1990, pp.168-173.


67. A.H. Mufti, D.F. Binns and N.H. Malik, "Factors Affecting Optical Detection of Corona Discharges in SF6", Journal of King Abdulaziz University, Engineering Sciences, Vol.5, 1993, pp.77-94.


68. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Sand/Dust Particles on the Positive Lightning Impulse Breakdown of Rod/Sphere-Plane Air Gaps", Journal of King Abdulaziz University, Special issue, 1993, pp.127-133.

69. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Desert Pollution on the Lightning Impulse Breakdown Voltage of Rod-to-Plane Air Gaps", IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol.PWRD-6, No.1, 1991, pp.421-428.


70. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, "Performance of Rod-Rod Gaps in the Presence of Dust Particles Under Lightning Impulses", IEEE Trans on Power Delivery, Vol.PWRD-6, No.2, 1991, pp.706-714.


71. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Steady State Analysis and Performance Characteristics of a Three Phase Induction Generator Self-Excited with a single Capacitor", IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.EC-5, No.4, 1990, pp.725-732.


72. M.S. Smiai, W. Shepherd, S.E. Haque and N.H. Malik, "Speed Control of Wound-Rotor Induction Motor Using Thyristors to Control the Rotor External Resistance", IAS/IEEE Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, USA, Oct. 7-12, 1990.


73. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Selection of the Excitation Capacitor for Dynamic Braking of induction Machines", IEE Proc. Part B, Vol.140, No.1, 1993, pp.1-6.


74. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Sand/Dust Particles on the Lightning Impulse Breakdown for Air Gaps", 3rd Saudi Engineers Conf., KSU, Nov. 1991, pp.35-41.


75. A.A. Al-Arainy, M.S. El-Shobokshy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Design of an Environmental Chamber for High Voltage Testing in Simulated Dust and Sand Storms", Atmospheric Environment, Vol.25A, No.10, 1991, pp.2419-2423.


76. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Sand/Dust Contamination on the Breakdown of Asymmetrical Air Gaps under Lightning Impulses", IEEE Trans. on Elect. Insul., Vol. EI-27, No.2, 1992, pp.193-206.


77. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Voltage Control of Parallel Operated Self-Excited Induction Generators", IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.8, No.2, 1993, pp.236-242.


78. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, "Performance of Rod-Rod gaps in the Presence of Dust Particles under Standard Switching Impulses", IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol.8, No.3, 1993, pp.1045-1051.


79. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Steady State Analysis of Parallel Operated Self-Excited Induction Generators", IEE Proc., Part C, Vol.140, No.1, 1993, pp.49-55.


80. A.H. Al-Bahrani and N.H. Malik, "Parallel Operation of Self-Excited Induction Generators", Journal of King Saud University, Vol.6, Engineering Sciences (1), pp.79-97, 1994.


81. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Sand/Dust Contamination on the Breakdown of Asymmetrical Air gaps under Switching Impulses", IEEE Trans. on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Vol. 1, No.2, 1994, pp.305-314.


82. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Dust Pollution on the Switching Impulse Breakdown of Sphere Gaps", The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Vol.20, No.3, July 1995, pp.495-509.


83. N.H. Mufti, A.A.O. Arafa and N.H. Malik, "Corona Characteristics for Free Conducting Particles in Various SF6-Gas Mixtures", IEEE Trans. on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Vol.1, No.3, 1994, pp. 509-519.


84. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik, and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Dust Pollution on the Lightning Impulse Breakdown of Sphere-Sphere Air Gaps", 3rd GCC CIGRE Symposium on High Voltage Overhead Lines and Cables, Doha, Qatar, April 1994.


85. N.H. Malik, "Modeling, Analysis and Applications of Capacitors Self-Excited Induction Generators", 2nd Saudi Symposium on Energy, Utilization and Conservation, KFUPM, Dhahran, Nov. 27-28, 1994.


86. M.I.Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, "AC Breakdown of Air Gap Clearances in High Voltage Power Networks due to Desert Pollution", The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Vol. 20, No.4B, Oct. 1995, pp. 775-789.


87. N.H. Malik, A.A. Al-Arainy and J.M. Wadi, "Volt-Time Characteristics of Short Rod-Rod Gaps", Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 13, No.2, Aug. 1995, pp. 259-274.


88. A.A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik and M.I.Qureshi, " Recent Trends in Polymeric Insulated Power Cables" Proc. 4th Saudi Engineers Conference, November 1995, Vol.III, pp.263-269.


89. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy, M.I.Qureshi and H.M.Al-Otaibi, " Selection of High Voltage Rod-Rod Protective Air Gaps subjected to Desert Pollution", Proc. 4th Saudi Engineers Conference, November 1995, Vol.III, pp. 305-311.


90. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, "Impact of Sand/Dust Pollution on the Engineering Design Criteria of High Voltage Air Insulated Networks", Journal of King Saud University, Engineering Sciences (1), Vol.9, 1997, pp. 57-76.


91. A.H. Mufti and N.H. Malik, "Pulsative Corona from Free Spherical Conducting Particles in SF6/Gas Mixtures," Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Electrical Insulation, June 1996, Vol.2, pp.797-800.


  1. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, “Better Selection of Insulation Specifications for Medium Voltage Polymeric Power Cables”, Proc. of 9th GCC CIGRE Symposium on Insulation Coordination, Abu Dhabi, Oct, 1998, pp.212-221.




  1. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, “ Protective Air Gaps and Insulation Coordination in Distribution Networks”, Proceedings of 9th GCC CIGRE Symposium on Insulation Coordination, Abu Dhabi, Oct, 1998, pp.40-51.




  1. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, “Cable Insulation Test Facility at the High Voltage Laboratory of King Saud University”, Proc. 5th Saudi Engineering Conference, Makkah al-Mukarramah, March 1999, Vol. 2, pp. 215-224.




  1. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, “ Performance of Protective Rod Gaps for Medium Voltage Networks in the Presence of Dust Particles under Lightning Impulses”, IEEE Trans. On Power Delivery, Vol.14, No.4, October 1999, pp.1311-1316.

  2. NH.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, “Use of Air Gaps for Over-voltage Protection and Insulation Coordination in Distribution Networks”, Best-Applied Research Award Paper for 1997 by GCC Regional Committee of CIGRE.




  1. A.A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik and M.I.Qureshi, “Premature Failures of Polymeric Insulated Cables”, 1st Applied Symposium on Transmission and Distribution, Operation and Maintenance, March 2-3, 1999, Riyadh.




  1. A.A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik and M.I.Qureshi, “Microscopic Investigations of XLPE Insulated Cables”, Proc. 3rd Regional Conference of CIGRE Committees in Arab Countries, Part 2, 25-27 May, 1999,Doha, Qatar, Part II, Paper 32.




  1. N.H.Malik, M.I.Qureshi and A.A.Al-Arainy , “Discharges in Air in the Presence of Insulating Barrier Placed in Parallel with Rod- Rod Electrodes”, Ibid. , Part II, Paper 31.




  1. M.A.El-Kady, N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Ohaly and A.A.Al-Bassam, “Assessment of Energy Losses in Electric Power Systems”, ibid. Paper 45.




  1. M.I.Qureshi, N.H.Malik and A.A.Al-Arainy , “Effects of Different Ionic Solutions on Statistical Length Distributions of Water Trees in XLPE Cable Insulation”, Proceedings of 6th ICPADM, Xian, China, June 2000, Vol.1,pp.513-516.




  1. A.A.Al-Arainy, N.Malik and M.I.Qureshi, “A Hybrid System for Long Term Accelerated Water Tree Testing of Cables at King Saud University”, Proceedings of 6th ICPADM, Xian, China, June 2000, Vol.1,pp.550-553.




  1. M.I.Qureshi, N.H.Malik and A.A.Al-Arainy, “Study of Laboratory Grown Water Trees in XLPE Cable Insulation in the Presence of Ionic Impurities”, Proc.11th GCC-CIGRE Seminar on Materials for Electrotechnology, Bahrain, 8-9 November, 2000,33-55..




  1. N.H.Malik, M.I.Qureshi and A.A.Al-Arainy, “ Impulse Testing of Medium Voltage Transformers: Experience at King Saud University”, Proc.11th GCC-CIGRE Seminar on Materials for Electrotechnology, Bahrain, 8-9 November, 2000,167-184.




  1. N.H.Malik, M.I.Qureshi and A.A.Al-Arainy, “Effect of Dust on Discharges in Rod-Rod Air Gaps in the Presence of Parallel Insulating Spacer”, European Transactions on Electrical Power, ETEP, Vol.10, No.5, Sep/Oct 2000, pp.305-311.




  1. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi “The role of thin dust film on the metal clad switchgear insulating spacers as related to breakdown discharges”, Paper E13.01, AIEC 2003, 7-10 April, 2003, Cairo, Egypt.




  1. A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik and M.I.Qureshi “ Effect of thickness, area, and volume on the electrical strength of locally produced thin polyethylene sheets”, Paper E12.03, AIEC 2003, 7-10 April, 2003, Cairo, Egypt.




  1. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy and N.H. Malik, “The loss of AC strength of MV-XLPE cables due to accelerated aging”, GCC Power 2003 Conference, 8-9 December, 2003, Muscat, Oman. The paper was awarded the best paper award in the conference.




  1. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Abdullah, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, “ Inception and propagation of Electrical Trees in XLPE Insulation” IEEE Conference, Amman, Jordon, October 2003.




  1. M.I. Qureshi, A.A. Al-Arainy, A.A.Ahaideb and N.H. Malik “Role of semi conducting screens on water treeing in medium voltage XLPE cables” Journal of King Saud University, Vol.17, Eng. Sci. (2), 2005, pp.227-243.




  1. Al-Arainy, A.A.Ahaideb, M.I. Qureshi and N.H. Malik,” Statistical evaluation of water tree lengths in cables at different temperatures” IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Vol.11, No.6, 2004, pp.995-1006.

  2. A.A.Al-Arainy, M.I. Qureshi and N.H. Malik,” On line laboratory investigation of electrical trees in XLPE insulation” 14th GCC CIGREE Seminar on Transmission Lines Design and Operation, Kuwait, December 1-2, 2004, pp.199-205.




  1. M.I.Qureshi, N.H.Malik and A.A.Al-Arainy,” Influence of dust pollution on power frequency discharges in rod gaps placed in parallel wit insulating spacer” Kuwait Journal of Science and Engineering, Kuwait University, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2005, pp.227-239.




  1. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Abdullah, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, “ Factors influencing Electrical Treeing in XLPE Insulation” European Transactions on Electrical Power (ETEP), Vol.16, 2005, pp.205-218.




  1. M.I.Qureshi, A.A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik and N.Al-Saati, "Preventive measures against ingress of aqueous ionic impurities in MV-XLPE cables", GCC Power 2005 Conference, 27-29 November, Doha, Qatar, Vol.1, pp.125-138, 2005.




  1. N.H.Malik, , M.I.Qureshi and A.A.Al-Arainy “The current use of SF6 gas by electric power industry in Saudi Arabia and its possible replacement by diluted SF6 gas mixtures ", GCC Power 2005 Conference, 27-29 November, Doha, Qatar, Vol. 2, pp.27-40, 2005.




  1. A.A.Al-Arainy, N.H.Malik , M.I.Qureshi and N.Al-Saati, "The performance of strippable and bonded screened medium voltage XLPE insulated cables under long- term accelerated aging", IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery , Vol. 22, No. 2, April 2007, pp. 744-751.




  1. N.H. Malik, M.I. Qureshi and A.Al-Arainy, "The role of cations in water tree growth in technical grade XLPE cable insulation", Proceedings of ICPADM 2006, IEEE Publication 06C37773, Vol.1, Paper D5, pp.127-130, 2006.




  1. A.A. Al-Arainy, M.I. Qureshi, and N.H. Malik, "Investigations of electrical trees in XLPE cable insulation samples using PC based on-line monitoring", Proceedings of ICPADM 2006, IEEE Publication 06C37773, Vol.1, Paper D2, pp.115-118, 2006.




  1. Y. Khan, M.I. Qureshi, N.H. Malik and A. Al-Arainy, "Performance of composite insulators in simulated environmental conditions related to central region of Saudi Arabia", Proc. IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies, 13-14 November, 2006, Peshawar, Pakistan, pp.378-384.




  1. A. A. Al-Arainy, M. I. Qureshi, N. H. Malik and M. S. Anam, " Electrical Resistivity Tomography for Power Network in Saudi Arabia", Proc. GCC Power 07, 5-7 November, 2007, Dubai, UAE, pp. 403-410.




  1. M. I. Qureshi, A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, " Stress Induced Degradation of Silane and DCP Cured XLPE Insulation Produced from Local Raw Materials ", Proc. 7th Saudi Engineering Conference, Riyadh, 2-5 December, 2007, Vol. IV, pp. 231-242.




  1. A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, and M. I. Qureshi, "Environmentally Induced Degradation of Locally Produced Insulating Polymers", Proc. 7th Saudi Engineering Conference, Riyadh, 2-5 December, 2007, Vol. IV, pp. 243-255.




  1. N. H. Malik, A. A. Al-Arainy, M. I. Qureshi, and M. S. Anam, " Measurement of Earth Resistivity in Different Parts of Saudi Arabia for Grounding Installations", Proc. 7th Saudi Engineering Conference, Riyadh, 2-5 December, 2007, Vol. IV, pp. 257-267.




  1. A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, and M. I. Qureshi, " Distribution System's Ground Resistance Measurements and its significance", Presentation made at 4th Saudi International Water, Electricity & Power Conference & Exhibition, 6-9 April, 2008, Dammam, Saudi Arabia.




  1. M.I. Qureshi, N.H. Malik, A.A. Al-Arainy, M.N. Saati, O.A. Al-Nather and S. Anam, " Investigation of Resistance Toward Water Tree Growth in XLPE Insulated MV Cables Produced in the Arabian Gulf Region" IEEE International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostics, Beijing, China, April 21-24, IEEE Publication No. CFP0830D-PRT, 2008, pp.1195-1198.




  1. A.A. Al-Arainy, M.I. Qureshi, N.H. Malik, M.N. Saati, O.A. Al-Nather and S. Anam, " Diagnostic Comparison of Water Tree Growth in XLPE Insulated Power Cables Produced in GCC Countries" International Conference, Egypt, June, 2008.





Research Reports


1. S.E. Haque, N.H. Malik and A.A. Khan, "Power Factor Improvement and Voltage Waveform Control of System with Nonlinear Loads", Final research report for Project 01/1403, Research Center, College of Engineering, King Saud University.


2. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and L.N. Abdul Aal, "Electromagnetic Interference from Power Lines Located in Central Region of Saudi Arabia", Research Report No.14, published by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, 1988. Ministry of Defense and Aviation, Saudi Arabia has also translated the report in Arabic language for their technical personnel.


3. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, "Influence of Sand and Dust Particles on the Breakdown Characteristics of Air Gaps", Final Research Report for KACST Project AR-9-33, Riyadh, Dec. 1990.

4. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M.I. Qureshi, “The Influence of Dust Pollution on the Performance of Multiple Electrode High Voltage Protective Rod Gaps”, Final Research Report No.E09/1418, KSU, College of Engineering Research Center, March 1998.

5. N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Arainy and M.I.Qureshi, “ Variations in Breakdown and Corona Characteristics in Air Gaps Due to Dust Film on Interphase Spacers of High Voltage Metalclad Switchgear”, Final Research Report No.EE02/18/22, KSU, College of Engineering Research Center, June 2001.

6. M.A.El-Kady, N.H.Malik, A.A.Al-Ohaly and A.A.Al-Bassam, “Reduction of Electric Energy Losses in Saudi Arabia’s Integrated Transmission and Distribution Power Network” Final Research Report for KACST Project AR-16-63, Riyadh, October 2000.

7. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik , M.I. Qureshi and N. Al-Saati, “Investigations of Electrical Breakdown in HV Polymeric Insulated Power Cables and Their Accessories Commonly Used in Saudi Arabia” Final Research Report for KACST Project AR-15-46, Riyadh, October 2001.

8. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik , and M.I. Qureshi, “ Environmentally induced degradation of insulating polymers produced in Saudi Arabia” Final Report for Research Center Project No. 18/21 funded by a grant from SABIC., April 2003.

9. A.A. Al-Arainy, M.I. Qureshi, and N.H. Malik,” Fundamentals of High Voltage Engineering”, Final Report of Research Center Project No. 43/421. This report is approved as a text book by King Saud University for course EE446-High Voltage Engineering and is under publication by King Saud University Press.

10. N.H.Malik and M.I.Qureshi, “Study of SF6 Gas Insulated Equipment Used in Saudi Arabia and Potential Use of SF6 Gas Mixtures in Such Equipment” Final Report No. EE-19/24/25, Research Center, College of Engineering, King Saud University, Feb. 2005.

11. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and S.M.Al-Ghuwainem, “Fundamentals of Power Engineering”, Final Report of Research Center Project No. 43/421. This report is approved as a text book by King Saud University for course EE340-Power System Fundamentals and is under publication by King Saud University Press.

12. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik , and M.I. Qureshi, “Influence of Electrical Treeing on Nationally Produced XLPE Cables Related to Manufacturing Defects”, King Saud University Applied National Research Project No. AR-29, February, 2005.

13. N. H. Malik, A. A. Al-Arainy and M. I. Qureshi, "Breakdown Characteristics of Compressed SF6+N2 and SF6+CO2 Mixtures with Diluted Concentration of SF6 Gas" Final Research Report No. EE-43/26/27, Research Center, College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh.

14. Y. Z. Khan, A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and M. I. Qureshi, " Effect of Thermo-Electrical Stresses and Ultra-Violet Radiation on Polymeric Insulators", Final Research Report No. EE-18/26/27, Research Center, College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh.

15. N. H. Malik, A. A. Al-Arainy and M. I. Qureshi, " Environmentally Induced Degradation of Insulating Polymers Produced in Saudi Arabia", Final Research Report No. EE-18/26/27, Research Center, College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh.

16. A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, M. I. Qureshi, N. Al-Saati, O. A. Al-Natheer and M. S. Anam. "Selection and evaluation of MV polymeric materials and their emerging construction methods suitable for local environment and manufacture” Final Report for KACST Project A-3-2, February 208.

17. A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, M. I. Qureshi, "Failure of Pole Mounted Distribution Transformers", Technical Study Report # TST-0021429-T, January, 2008.

18. A. A. Al-Arainy, N. H. Malik, M. I. Qureshi, "Grounding and Bonding Procedure Required in Distribution Network", Final Report for SEC Project No S0803-R, January, 2008.


Books


  1. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and L.N. Abdul Aal, "Electromagnetic Interference from Power Lines Located in Central Region of Saudi Arabia", Published by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, 1988 as Publication No.14. Ministry of Defense and Aviation, Saudi Arabia has translated and published this book in Arabic language.

  2. N.H. Malik, A.A. Al-Arainy and M.I. Qureshi, “Electrical Insulation in Power Systems”, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, October 1997, ISBN: 0-8247-0106-2, 408 pages.

  3. A.A. Al-Arainy, M.I. Qureshi, and N.H. Malik,” Fundamentals of High Voltage Engineering”, King Saud University Press, Riyadh, 2005.

  4. A.A. Al-Arainy, N.H. Malik and S.M.Al-Ghuwainem, “Fundamentals of Power Engineering”, King Saud University Press, Riyadh, 2007.










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