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Energy Storage

Energy Storage Group

Transforming the industrial waste into energy Storage Devices

The Energy storage group at SET center has emerged from the strategic collaboration between the College of science, college of engineering and SET center. Our mission is to make efficient use of the Kingdom’s industrial waste to produce high energy density electrochemical energy storage devices.

Our research efforts are mainly focused on the following two main themes;

  • Design and synthesize the materials while establishing a balance between different material properties in order to achieve optimum results for energy storage devices.
  • Develop and commercialize the prototype for high energy and power density based electrochemical energy storage devices.

Publications

  1. Salah Ud-Din Khan, et al., Development of low concentrated solar photovoltaic system with lead acid battery as storage device, Current Applied Physics, vol.20,pp.532-588,2020
  2. Salah. Ud-Din Khan, Z.A. Almutairi, Modeling and simulation of batteries and development of an energy storage System (EES) based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Energy Storage,1;e54,2019
  3. Salah Ud-Din Khan, et al., Techno-economic assessment of solar photovlotaic technologies in Middle East region, Energy Strategy Reviews(Accepted), 2021
  4. Salah Ud-Din Khan, et al., Development of theoretical-computational model for solar photovoltaic powered energy storage system (EES), Alexandria Engineering Journal (under review)
  5. Salah Ud-Din Khan, et al., Feasibility studies of photovoltaic system of power 30 kW with batteries in Riyadh and Tabuk region of Saudi Arabia, IEEE ENERGYCon 2020

 

Hydrogen storage laboratory

Lab members

Dr. Zeiad Al- Muteri (Mechanical Engineering dept. , SET, KSU)

Dr. Mohamed Aboud (SET, KSU)

Collaborators

1-Prof. Zeid AlOthman (Chemistry dept. , KSU)

2-Prof. Abdulaziz Bagabas ( King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)

3-Prof. JEFFREY R. LONG (Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley)

 

  • Patents
  1. A. Bagabas, R. Mohamed, M. F. A. Aboud, M. Mohamed, A. Alshammari, Z. Al-Othman” US 8,252,256B2 (Aug 28 2012).
  2. A. Bagabas, R. Mohamed, M. F. A. Aboud, M. Mohamed, A. Alshammari, Z. Al-othman US 8,361,324 B1( Jan 29 2013).
  3. A. Bagabas, R. Mohamed, M. F. A. Aboud, M. Mohamed, A. Alshammari, Z. Al-othman US 8,362,094B1 (Jan 29 2013).
  4. A. Bagabas, A. Alshammari, R. Mohamed, M. F. A. Aboud, M. Mohamed, E. Addurihem, M. Alanagri, Z. Al- US 8,623,220B2 (Jan 7 2014).
  5. Mohamed F. Aly Aboud, Z. Al-othman,  A. Bagabas, “Tuning the textural properties for adsorbents by thermal annealing and reduction of nanomaterials for different adsorptions applications” accepted

 

Book chapters

           Mohamed F. Aly Aboud, Zeid A. ALOthman, Mohamed A. Habila, Claudia Zlotea,

Michel Latroche and Fermin Cuevas,

 

Facilities

1-High-pressure volumetric analyzer HPVAII (Micromeritics)

2-Thermal Programmable Desorption Reduction Oxidation analyzer (Thermo)

Contact: maboud@ksu.edu.sa (+966548469032)

 

 

Materials fabrication and PV Lab

Lab members

Dr. Zeyad Al- Muteri (Mechanical Engineering dept. , SET, KSU)

Dr. Mohamed Aboud (SET, KSU)

DR. Yousef Al –Gamdi (SET, KSU)

Collaborators

1- Prof. Abdul Rahman Al- Amoud (Electrical Engineering dept. , KSU)

2- Prof. Nacer Debbar (Electrical Engineering dept., KSU)

3- Prof. Ebraheim El shaffey (Electrical Engineering dept., KSU)

4- Prof. Abd- Alfattah Shetta(Electrical Engineering dept., KSU)

5- Prof. Mohamed Rami(Electrical Engineering dept., KSU)

6- Prof. Ahmed Al Nagar (Physics dept. KSU)

7- Dr. Hadi Al qahtani (Physics dept. KSU)

 

Publications

1- Najeeb Al-Khalli, Mohamed F. Aly Aboud and Nacer. Debbar” Influence of the Active Layer Material Quality and Doping Profile on the ZnO-Based MSM-PD's Performance”, IEEE Access, 7, 74231-74237, (2019).

2-Najeeb Al-Khalli, Mohamed F. Aly Aboud and Nacer Debbar” Theoretical Study and Design of n-ZnO/p-Si Heterojunction MSM Photodiode for Optimized Performance” Optics and Laser Technology, 133, 106564, (2021).

3-Mohamed F. Aly Aboud, Zeid A. ALOthman, Mohamed A. Habila, Claudia Zlotea,Michel Latroche and Fermin Cuevas,” Hydrogen Storage in Pristine and d10-Block Metal-

Anchored Activated Carbon Made from Local Wastes”, Energies, 8 , 3578-3590, (2015).

4- Mohamed F Aly Aboud, Zeid A ALOthman, AbdulazizABagabas” Storage and separation of  methane and carbon dioxide using platinum- decorated activated carbons treated with ammonia” Mater. Res. Express 8 (2021) 025503, https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/abe2e0.

 

Facilities

1- UV-visible spectrophotometer

2- Particle Size Analyzer

3- Muffle furnace

4- Vaccum drying oven

5- Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition PECVD

6- Spin Coating machine

7- Solar Simulator

8- Surface profilometer (Dektak XT)

9- Electrical characterization Keithley ( 42200-SCS)

Contact: maboud@ksu.edu.sa (+966548469032)