Calculations for Asymmetrical Fault Synthesis for Evaluating Ride-Through of Grid Connected Solar Inverters

Dean Millare

Clemson University

Dean Millare is currently a graduate student at Clemson University's Zucker Family Graduate Education Center in North Charleston, SC and also a graduate research assistant at the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center. His current research projects include simulation of a fully integrated high speed megawatt class motor and high frequency variable speed drive system as well as calculations for asymmetrical fault synthesis for evaluating ride-through of grid-connected solar inverters. He previously graduated Summa Cum Laude from Clemson University in May 2017 with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and a Minor in Music. He plans to graduate May 2019 with a M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus in power and energy systems. His career interests include jobs related to power electronics, renewable technologies, distributed generation, power system stability, motor drives and/or simulation.


  1. Dean Millare (Clemson University)
  2. Ramtin Hadidi (Clemson University)
  3. Mark Mckinney (The Citadel)
  4. Jesse Leonard (Clemson University)
  5. Curtiss Fox (Clemson University)

Topic Areas

Track 3 Topics: Distributed generation power electronics and electric power quality , Track 3 Topics: Power electronics as power stations


S13 » Advanced Topics in Power Converters (13:30 - Wednesday, 27th June, University D)