Experts directory

Mr TC Mosetlhe

College of Science, Engineering and Technology
School of Engineering
Department: Electrical and Mining Engineering
Senior Lecturer
Tel: 011 471 2845
E-mail: mosettc@unisa.ac.za

Expertise

  • Aggregation and Integration of electric power generation devices based on renewable energy sources to electric power system.
  • Application of Computational Intelligence.
  • Application of Graph theory in solving network problems.

Qualifications

MTech (Electrical Engineering – TUT), BTech (Electrical Engineering – TUT)

Currently teaching

Electrical Engineering

Fields of academic interests

Alternative energy systems

Integration of renewable energy in Power Systems

Graph theory for networks modelling and optimisation

Water Distribution Networks

Artificial Intelligence

Field of Specialisation

Electrical Engineering

Journal articles

  • Mosetlhe, T., Yusuff, A. A., & Hamam, Y. (2018). Investigating seasonal wind energy potential in Vredendal, South Africa. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa29(2), 77-83.

Paper presentations

Peer reviewed conferences

  • Mosetlhe, T., Hamam, Y., Du, S., & Alayli, Y. (2018, December). Artificial Neural Networks in Water Distribution Systems: A Literature Synopsis. In 2018 International Conference on Intelligent and Innovative Computing Applications (ICONIC) (pp. 1-5). IEEE.
  • Mosetlhe, T. C., Yusuff, A. A., & Hamam, Y. (2017, September). Assessment of small signal stability of power systems with wind energy conversion unit. In 2017 IEEE AFRICON (pp. 1089-1094). IEEE.
  • Mosetlhe, T. C., Yusuff, A. A., & Hamam, Y. (2017, September). A Model Based Small Signal Stability of a Power System with Penetration of Wind Energy. In 25th Southern African Universities Power Engineering Conference (SAUPEC 2017) (pp. 813-817).
  • Mosetlhe, T.C., Yusuff, A.A., & Hamam, Y., & Jimoh, A.A. (2016). Estimation of wind speed statistical distribution at Vredendal, South Africa. In 2016 Africa PES (pp. 344-349), Acta Press

Other

Short Biography

Mr Thapelo Mosetlhe is a lecturer at theUniversity of South Africa. He is recipient of the EU-Erasmus+ ICM grant for mobility studies at the Université Paris-Est Cretéil. He is currently holder of the French Embassy Scholarship for PhD studies. Mr Thapelo Mosetlhe has MTech in electrical Engineering from the Tshwane University of Technology and he is currently enrolled for “co-tutelle” PhD program with the same university and Université Paris Saclay.