Mr Benedict Ruben

Benedict Ruben


I have recently finished a Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate at Aston University, in the field of work of electrical power distribution engineering. I was based at E.ON new build and technology centre at Ratcliffe power station UK.

My research was based on meshing of 0.4/11 kV electrical network which are connected as radial feeders. The work was to find the technical and economical advantage using meshed network over radial networks. I was working under the guidance of Dr, Danielle Strictland, Lecturer SEAS Aston University, and Dr. Martin Aten Electrical Engineer E.ON UK.

Qualifications & Education

  • BE in Electrical & Electronics Engineering Panimalar Engineering College, India, 2006
  • MSc in Power Distribution Engineering, Newcastle University UK, 2009
Research interests
My field of interest are:
  • Network protection system
  • Distributed Generation
Membership of Professional Bodies
  • IEEE Power and Energy Society
"Meshing Radial Networks at 11kV", B Ruben, A Cross, D Strickland, M Aten, R Ferris, To be published ISGT 2011 Europe - IEEE PES, Manchester 5th-7th 2011. 

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