A.(a) Manuals for University Courses

  1. J. Appelbaum, J. Kamen. Exercises in Electrical Machines. Students Organization Publication, Tel-Aviv University, p. 70, 1973.
  2. J. Appelbaum. Direct Current Machines. Students Organization Publication, Tel-Aviv University, p. 70, 2005.
  3. J. Appelbaum. Induction Machines. Students Organization Publication, Tel-Aviv University, p. 70, 2005.
  4. J. Appelbaum. Synchronous Machines. Students Organization Publication, Tel-Aviv University, p. 39, 2005.
  5. J. Appelbaum. Electric Drives Students Organization Publication, Tel-Aviv University, p.102, 2014.

A.(b) Chapter in Book

  1. Atmospheric Effects on the Utility of Solar Power on Mars, Part IV in Resources of Near-Earth Space, Editors: J.S. Lewis, M.S. Matthews, M.L. Guerrieri, The University of Arizona Press, 1993

B. Articles in Journals

  1. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Erlicki, “A Problem of Economic Optimization of Electric Equipment Design”, IEEE Trans. on Communication and Electronics, Vol. 83, No. 75, pp. 773-776, 1964.
  2. M.S. Erlicki, J. Appelbaum, “Optimized Parameter Analysis of an Induction Machine”, IEEE Trans. on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. 84, No. 11, pp. 1017-1924, 1965.
  3. A. Emanuel-Eigeles, J. Appelbaum, “AC Voltage Regulation by Means of Chopper Circuits”, Electronic Letters, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 26-28, 1968.
  4. M.S. Erlicki, J. Appelbaum, “Slot-Shape Consideration in Electrical Machinery”, Proc. IEE, Vol. 115, No. 11, pp. 1705-1706, 1968.
  5. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Erlicki, “Optimized Design of Induction Machines”, IEEE Proc. PES Paper No. 68 CP 604-PWR, Chicago, U.S.A. June 1968 (Reviewed paper).
  6. A. Emanuel-Eigeles, J. Appelbaum, “Analyse Einer Regulungsschaltung fur Wechselstromspannungen Mittels Steller”, Archiv fur Elektrotechnik, Bd. 53, H. 5, pp. 326-337, 1970.
  7. M.S. Erlicki, J. Appelbaum, “Solution for Practical Optimization Problems”, IEEE Trans. on System Sciences and Cybernetics, Vol. SSC-6, No.1, pp. 49-52, 1970.
  8. J. Appelbaum, “Determination of Slot Dimensions of Squirrel-Cage and Deep-Bar Rotors”, IEEE Trans. on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-91, No. 4, pp. 1513-1518, 1972.
  9. J. Appelbaum, “Economic Design of an Induction Machine”, Elektrotechnische Zeitschrift-A (ETZ-A), Bd. 95, H. 9, pp. 450-452, 1974.
  10. J. Appelbaum, “Performance Analysis of an Induction Machine”, IEEE PES paper No. C75001-3 New York, U.S.A., January 1975.
  11. J. Appelbaum, “Optimal Design of Electrical Machines”, J. Assoc. Engineers and Architects in Israel, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 5-11, 1975.
  12. A. Braunstein, J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, “The Solar Cell Array in Normal Operation and Under Fault Conditions”, J. Assoc. Engineers & Architects in Israel, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 27-40, 1976.
  13. J. Appelbaum, Y. Shamash, “Engineering Optimization Problems of Electromagnetic Devices”, J. Assoc. Engineers and Architects in Israel, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 7-14, 1976.
  14. J. Appelbaum, A, Braunstein, J. Bany, “Performance Analysis of a Solar-Electrical System with a Load and Storage Batteries”, Energy Conversion, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 105-110, 1977.
  15. T. Lissack, J. Appelbaum, “Stepped Voltage DC/AC Inverter - Part I: Analysis”, IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation, Vol. IECI - 24, No. 2, pp. 192-199, 1977.
  16. J. Appelbaum, “Optimized Design of Three-Phase Power Transformer”, Elektrotechnische Zeitschrift-A (ETZ-A), Bd. 98, H. 6, pp. 438-440, 1977.
  17. J. Appelbaum, Y. Shamash, “A Method for the Optimization of a Production Line of Electromagnetic Devices”, IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Vol. SMC-7, No. 6, pp. 443-453, 1977.
  18. T. Lissack, J. Appelbaum, “Stepped Voltage DC/AC Inverter – Part II: Optimal Construction of Waveforms by Means of Discrete Levels”, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation, Vol. IECI - 24, No. 3, pp. 273-276, 1977.
  19. J. Bany, J. Appelbaum, A. Braunstein, “The Influence of Parameter Dispersion of Electrical Cells on the Array Power Output”, IEEE Trans. on Electron Devices, Vol. ED-24, No. 8, pp. 1032-1040, 1977.
  20. A. Braunstein, J. Bany, J. Appelbaum, “Determination of Solar Cell Equation Parameters from Empirical Data”, Energy Conversion, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 1-6, 1977.
  21. J. Appelbaum, R. Shamir, “Spectrum Analysis and Characteristics of a 2-Level P.W.M. Inverter”, International Journal of Electronics, Vol. 45,No. 3, pp. 225-240, 1978.
  22. S. Lichtenstein, J. Appelbaum, Some Aspects of Optimization Techniques for Electromagnetic Devices”, Electric Machines and Electromechanics, Vol. 3, No.1, pp. 1-10, 1978.
  23. J. Appelbaum, “Operation of DC Motors Powered by Photovoltaic Converters”, Electric Machines and Electromechanics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 209-220, 1979.
  24. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, “Performance Analysis of DC Motor - Photovoltaic Converter System, Part I - Separately Excited Motor”, Solar Energy, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 439-445, 1979.
  25. J. Appelbaum, “Solar Cell Simulator”, IEEE PES A 79 464-9, Vancouver, Canada, 1979.
  26. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, “Shadow Effect of Adjacent Solar Collectors in Large-Scale Systems”, Solar Energy, Vol. 23, pp. 497-507, 1979.
  27. A. Yablon, J. Appelbaum, “Transient Analysis of a DC Series Motor”, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation}, Vol. IECI-28, No. 2, pp. 120-125, 1981.
  28. J. Appelbaum, “Performance Analysis of DC Motor-Photovoltaic Converter System, Part II-Series and Shunt Excited Motors”, Solar Energy, Vol.27, pp. 421-431, 1981.
  29. R. Weiss, J. Appelbaum, “Battery State of Charge Determination in Photovoltaic Systems”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol.129, 9, pp. 1928-1933, 1982.
  30. J. Appelbaum, M. Shechter, J. Bany, G. Yekutieli, “Array Representation of Non-Identical Electrical Cells”, IEEE Trans. on Electron Devices, Vol. ED-29, No.8, pp. 1145-1151, 1982.
  31. M. Shechter, J. Appelbaum, G. Yekutieli, “Parameters of Solar Cell Arrays”, IEEE Trans. on Electron Devices, Vol. ED-30, No.6, pp. 616-618, 1983.
  32. M. Shatter, J. Appelbaum, G. Yekutieli, “Quality Factors of Solar Cell Arrays”, Solar Cells, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 295-309, 1983.
  33. E. Fuchs, L.H. Chang, J. Appelbaum, Magnetizing Current, Iron Losses, and Forces of Three-Phase Induction Machines at Sinusoidal and Nonsinusoidal Terminal Voltages, Part I: Analysis”, IEEE Trans. on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-103, No. 11, pp. 3303-3312, 1984.
  34. J. Appelbaum, D. Gabbay, “Stepped Sinewave Inverter”, IEEE Trans. on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. AES-20, No. 6, pp. 754-760, 1984.
  35. J. Appelbaum, D. Gabbay, “The Determination of the Number of Cells in a Stepped Sinewave Inverter for Equal Charge Transfer”, IEEE Trans. on Aerospace and Electronic System, Vol. AES-21, No. 4, pp. 484-489, 1985.
  36. D. Gabbay, J. Appelbaum, “The Design of a DC/AC Inverter with the MC68HC11 Microcomputer”, IEEE Micro, Vol. 6, No.1, pp. 16-23, 1986.
  37. J. Appelbaum, “Starting and Steady State Characteristics of DC Motors Powered by Solar Cell Generators”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. EC-1, No. 1, pp. 17-25, 1986.
  38. J. Appelbaum, “Performance Characteristics of a Permanent Magnet DC Motor Powered by Solar Cells”, Solar Cells, Vol. 17, No. 2-3, pp. 343-362, 1986.
  39. J. Bany, J. Appelbaum, “The Effect of Shading on the Design of a Field of Solar Collectors”, Solar Cells, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 201-228, 1987.
  40. J. Appelbaum, O. Bergshtein, “Solar Radiation Distribution Sensor”, Solar Energy, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 1-10, 1987.
  41. J. Appelbaum, E. Fuchs, J.C. White, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design, Part I: Formulation of the Optimization Technique”. IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. EC-2, No. 3, pp. 407-414, 1987.
  42. J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, E. Fuchs, J.C. White, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design, Part II: The Efficiency and Cost of an Optimal Design”. IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. EC-2, No. 3, pp. 415-422, 1987.
  43. J. Appelbaum, “The Quality of Load Matching in a Direct-Coupling Photovotaic System”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. EC-2, pp. 534-541, 1987.
  44. J. Appelbaum, “The Operation of Loads Powered by Separate Sources or by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 351-357, 1989.
  45. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, “The Mars Climate for a Photovoltaic System Operation”, Space Power, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 307-317, 1989.
  46. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Sarma, “The Operation of Permanent Magnet DC Motors Powered by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 635-642, 1989.
  47. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, “Solar Radiation on Mars”, Solar Energy, Vol. 45, No. 6, pp. 353-363, 1990.
  48. J. Appelbaum, “Resistive Loads Powered by Separate or by Common Electrical Sources”, Solar Cells, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 345-359, 1990.
  49. G.A. Landis, J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Power Options for Mars”, Space Power, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 225-237, 1991.
  50. J. Appelbaum, S. Singer, M.S. Sarma, “Starting Characteristics of Permanent Magnet and Series Excited Motors Powered by Solar Cells: Variation with Solar Radiation and Temperature”, Electric Machines and Power Systems, Vol. 20, pp. 173-181, 1992.
  51. D. Lahav, J. Appelbaum, “Internal Impedance of Nickel—Cadmium Batteries with Application to Space”, Journal of Power Sources, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 295-301, 1992.
  52. M. Crutchik, J. Appelbaum, “Solar Radiation on a Catenary Collector”, Space Power, Vol. 11, No. 3, 4, pp. 215-240, 1992.
  53. S. Singer, J. Appelbaum, “Starting Characteristics of Direct Current Motors Powered by Solar Cells”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 47-53, 1993.
  54. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, I. Sherman, “Solar Radiation on Mars - Update 1991, Solar Energy, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 35-51, 1993.
  55. N. Yehezkel, J. Appelbaum, A. Yogev, M. Oron, “Losses in a Three Dimensional Compound Parabolic Concentrator (3-D C.P.C.) as a Second Stage of a Solar Concentrator”, Solar Energy, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 45-51, 1993.
  56. J. Appelbaum, A. Chait, D.A. Thompson, “Parameter Estimation and Screening of Solar Cells”, Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 93-106, 1993.
  57. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Photovoltaic Arrays for Martian Surface Power”, Acta Astronautics, Vol. 30, pp. 127-142, 1993.
  58. J. Appelbaum, A. Chait, D.A. Thompson, “A Method for Screening of Solar Cells”, Solid State Electronic, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 246-248, 1995.
  59. J. Appelbaum, I. Sherman, G.A. Landis, “Solar Radiation on Mars: Stationary Photovoltaic Array”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 554-561, 1995.
  60. M. Crutchik, A.J. Colozza, J. Appelbaum, “A Photovoltaic Catenary-Tent Array for the Martian Surface”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 373-377, 1995.
  61. M. Alaluf, J. Appelbaum, L. Klibanov, D. Brinker, D. Scheiman, N. Croitoru, “Amorphous Diamond-like Carbon Films - A Hard Anti-Reflecting Coating for Silicon Solar Cells”, Thin Solid Films, Vol. 256, pp. 1-3, 1995.
  62. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, M. Crutchik, “Solar Radiation on Mars: Tracking Photovoltaic Array”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 410-419, 1996.
  63. A. Yogev, J. Appelbaum, M. Oron, N. Yehezkel, “Concentrating and Splitting of Solar Radiation Spectrum for Laser Pumping and Photovoltaic Conversion”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 405-409, 1996.
  64. D.A. Scheiman, P.P. Jenkins, D.J. Brinker, J. Appelbaum, “Low-Intensity Low-Temperature (LILT) Measurements and Coefficients on New Photovoltaic Structures”, Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 4, pp. 117-127, 1996.
  65. H. Suehrcke, J. Appelbaum, R. Reshef, “Modeling of a Permanent Magnet DC Motor/Centrifugal Pump Assembly in a Photovoltaic System”, Solar Energy, Vol. 59, No. 1-3, pp. 37-42, 1997.
  66. M. Allon-Alaluf, J. Appelbaum, M. Maharize, A. Seidman and N. Croitoru, “The Influence of Diamond-like Carbon Films on the Properties of Silicon Solar Cells”, Thin Solid Films, Vol. 303, pp. 273-276, 1997.
  67. E. Matz, J. Appelbaum, Y. Taitel, D.J. Flood, “Solar Cell Temperature on Mars”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 119-125, 1998.
  68. J. Appelbaum, N. Yehezkel, A, Yogev, “Measurement of Concentrator Solar Cell Efficiency at Very-High Concentration and Narrow-Band Spectrum”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol. 51, pp. 317-325, 1998.
  69. M. Allon-Alaluf, J. Appelbaum, N. Croitoru, “Properties of GaAs Solar Cells Coated with Diamond-like Carbon Films”, Thin Solid Films, Vol. 320, pp. 159-162, 1998.
  70. J. Appelbaum, T. Segalov, “Screening Solar Cells for Improved Array Performance”, Progress in Photovoltaic, Vol. 7, pp. 113-128, 1999.
  71. J. Appelbaum, Y. Weiss, “The Packing of Circles on a Hemisphere”, Measurement Science and Technology, Vol. 10, issue 11, pp 1015-1019,1999.
  72. J. Appelbaum, N. Croitoru, L. Klibanov, D. Scheiman, "The Effect of Electron Damage on Silicon Solar Cells Coated with Diamond-like Carbon Films", Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 8, pp. 571-578, 2000.
  73. J. Appelbaum, A. Steiner, G.A. Landis, C.R. Baraona, T. Segalov, “Spectral Content of Solar Radiation on Martian Surface Based on Mars Pathfinder”, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), J. of Propulsion and Power, Vol.17, No.3, pp.508-516, 2001.
  74. J. Appelbaum, D. Mozes, A. Steiner, I. Segal, M. Bark, M. Reuss, P. Roth, “Aeration of Fish-Ponds by Photovoltaic Power”, Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 9, pp. 295-301, 2001.
  75. R Illanes, A. De. Francisco, J.L.Torres, M.De Blas, J. Appelbaum, "Comparative study of Simulation of Photovoltaic Pumping System with Stationary and Polar Tyracking Arrays", Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 11, pp. 453-465, 2003.
  76. M.De Blas, J. Appelbaum, J.L.Torres, A.Garcia, E.Prieto, R.Illanes, "A Refrigeration Facility for Milk Cooling Powered by Photovoltaic Solar Energy", Progress in Photovoltaics, Vol. 11, pp.467-479,2003.
  77. D.Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Optimal Solar Field Design of Stationary Collectors", Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.126, pp.898-905, 2004.
  78. M. De Blas, J. Appelbaum, J.L. Torres, A. Garcia, A.de Francisco, “Characterisation of an Electric Motor Directrly Coupled to a Photovoltaic Solar Array in a Refrigeration Facility for Milk Cooling”, Biosystems Engineering, Vol.95, Issue 3, pp.461-471, 2006.
  79. D.Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Optimization of Economic Solar Field Design of Stationary Thermal Collectors", Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.129, pp.898-905, 2007.
  80. K. Y. Khouzam, J. Appelbaum, "Salt Water Chlorination by Photovoltaic Power- Performance Matching and Optimum Sizing", Australian Journal of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Vol.4, N0 3, pp.277-284, 2008.
  81. D. Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Optimal Design of Photovoltaic Collectors in a Solar Field", Electricity and People, Nov.-Dec. No 21, 2008.
  82. D. Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Optimization of Solar Photovoltaic Fields", Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.131, pp.031003-1-9, 2009.
  83. T. Maor, J. Appelbaum, "Solar Radiation on Horizontal Tubular Microalgae Photobioreactor: Direct Beam Radiation", Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.133, pp.024502-1-5., 2011.
  84. T. Maor, J. Appelbaum, "Horizontal Tubular Microalgae Photovoltaic Plant View Factors and Diffuse Radiation", Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.133, pp.024503-1-7., 2011.
  85. T. Maor, J. Appelbaum, "View Factors of Photovolatic Collector Systems", Journal of Solar Energy, Vol.86, pp.1701-1708, 2011.
  86. A. Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, "Estimation of Multi-Junction Solar Cell Parameters", Progress in photovoltaic , DOI: 10.1002/pip.2158, Vol.21, pp.713-723, 2013.
  87. A. Peled, J. Appelbaum, "Evaluation of solar radiation properties by statistical tools and wavelet analysis", Reneable Energy, Vol.59, pp.30-38, 2013.
  88. A. Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, "Performance Analysis of Concentrator Photovoltaic Dense-Arrays Under Non- Uniform Irradiance", Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol.117, pp.110-119, 2013.
  89. J. Appelbaum, A. Peled, "Parameter extraction of solar cells- A comparative examination of three methods" Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol.122, pp.164-173, 2014.
  90. A. Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, "Dependence of multi-junction solar cell parameters on concentration and temperature", Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol.130 pp.234-240, 2014.
  91. J. Appelbaum, "Bifacial photovoltaic panels field", Renewable Energy, doi:10.1016/j.renene.2015.06.050, Vol.85, pp. 338-343, 2016.
  92. J. Appelbaum, I. Peleg, A. Peled, "Multi-sensor for measuring erythemally weighted irradiance in various direction simultaneously", Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-015-1560-5.
  93. I. Mamia, J. Appelbaum, "Shadow analysis of wind turbines for dual use of land for combined wind and solar photovoltaic power generation", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2015.11.009, Vol.55, pp. 713-718, 2016.
  94. J. Appelbaum, "Current mismatch in PVpanels resulting from different locations of cells in the panel", Solar Energy, Vol.126, pp.264-275, 2016.
  95. J. Appelbaum, A. Aronescu, "View factors of photovoltaic collectors on roof tops", Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, doi:10.1063/1.4943122, Vol.8, Issue 2, 3 March 2016.
  96. J. Appelbaum, Ben Zion Bobrovsky, I. Peleg, "Ultraviole-B solar radiation system for measuring, recording, displaying and warning of dengerous levels of radiation at recreation grounds", British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, DOI:10.9734/BJAST/2016/2434,Vol.15:1-13, 2016.
  97. A. Peled, J. Appelbaum, "Minimizing the current mismatch from different locations of solar cells within a PV module by proposing new interconnections", Solar energy,Vol.135, pp.840-847,2016.
  98. J. Appelbaum, "View factors to ground of photovoltaic collectors" Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Vol.138, 064501-1---064501-6, 2016
  99. A. Aronescu, J. Appelbaum, "Design optimization of photovoltaic solar fields-insight and methodology", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol.76, pp.882-893, 2017.
  100. J. Appelbaum, "Optinal energy production of PV systems on inclined planes" חשמל ואנשים, גליון 65, .מרץ 2017
  101. J. Peled, J. Appelbaum, "Enhancing the power output of PV modules by considering the view factor to sky effect and rearanging the interconnections of solar cells", Progress in Photovoltaic , 25(9),2017, DOI: 10.1002/pip.2896.
  102. J. Appelbaum, "The role of view factors in solar photovoltaic fields", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol.81, pp.161-171, 2018.
  103. A. Peled, J. Appelbaum,"The view-factor effect shaping of I-V chatacteristics", Progress in Photovoltaic , DOI: 10.1002/pip.2979.
  104. J. Appelbaum, A. Aronescu, " The effect of sky view factors on optimized photovoltaic fields", Renewable and Sustainable Energy, DOI: 10.1063/1.4994625.
  105. J.Appelbaum, A. Aronescu, "The effect of sky diffuse radiation on photovoltaic fields", Renewable and Sustainable Energy, DOI: 10.1063/1.5027599

C. Short Publications and Discussions in Refereed Journals

  1. E. Fuchs, J. Holl, J. Appelbaum, “Modeling and Analysis of the Wanlass Three-Phase Induction Motor Configuration”, IEEE Trans on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-102, No. 9, pp. 2922-2926, 1983.
  2. J. Appelbaum, E. Fuchs, “Experience in Design Optimization of Induction Motor Design Using SUMT Algorithm”, IEEE Trans. on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-102, No. 10, pp. 3383-3384, 1983.
  3. E. Fuchs, L.H. Chang, J. Appelbaum, “Magnetizing Current, Iron Losses and Forces of Three-Phase Induction Machines at Sinusoidal and Nonsinusoidal Terminal Voltages”, IEEE Power Engineering Review, Vol. PER-4, No. 11, pp. 38-39, 1984.
  4. J. Appelbaum, “Starting and Steady-State Characteristics of DC Motors Powered by Solar Cell Generators”, IEEE Power Engineering Review Vol. PER-6, No. 3, pp. 28-29, 1986.
  5. J. Appelbaum, E.F. Fuchs, J.C. White, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design. Part I: Formulation of the Optimization Technique”, IEEE Power Engineering Review, Vol. PER-7, No. 9, pp. 42, 1987.
  6. J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, E.F. Fuchs, J.C. White, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design. Part II: The Efficiency and Cost of an Optimal Design”, IEEE Power Engineering Review, Vol. PER-7, No. 9, pp. 42-43, 1987.
  7. J. Appelbaum, “The Quality of Load Matching in a Direct-Coupling Photovoltaic System”, IEEE Power Engineering Review, Vol. PER-7, No. 12, pp. 27-28, 1987.
  8. J. Appelbaum, `”Optimization of Single Phase Induction Motor Design”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 365-366, 1988.
  9. J. Appelbaum, “The Operation of Loads Powered by Separate Sources or by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Power Review, Vol. PER-9, No. 9, pp. 37, 1989.
  10. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Sarma, “The Operation of Permanent Magnet DC Motors Powered by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Power Review, Vol. 9, No. 12, pp. 39-40, 1989.
  11. J. Appelbaum, “Comparison of Two Optimization Techniques as Applied to Three-Phase Induction Motor Design”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 4, p. 659, 1989.
  12. J. Appelbaum, “A Knowledge-Based Approach to the Design of Integrated Renewable Energy Systems”, IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol. 7, No. 4, p. 657, 1992.
  13. J. Appelbaum, "Discussion on Measurement of -i Characteristics of Asymetric Three-Phase Transformers and Their Applications", IEEE Trans.on Power Delivery, Vol. 18,No.2, p.641, 2003.
  14. J. Appelbaum, " Discussion of Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Photovoltaic Systems with Voltge and Current-Basded Maximum Power point Tracking ", IEEE Trans.on Energy Conversion,Vol.19,No.3, 2004.

D. Keynote Lecture

  1. “Photovoltaic Systems: The Matching of System Components”. The Second Sede Boqer Symposium on Electricity Generation from Solar Energy, Feb. 25-26,1987, pp. 127-152, Sede Boqer, Israel.
  2. “Screening and Aggegration of Solar Cells”. International Conference on Role of Renewable Energy Technology for Rural Development, October 12-14, 1998, Kathamandu, Nepal.
  3. “Photovoltaics Today”, Young Research Symposium in Electrical Engineering, 7-8 February, 2002, Leuven, Belgium.

E. Proceedings Articles

  1. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Erlicki, “Optimized Design of Induction Machines”, IEEE Summer Power Meeting, Paper No. 68 CP 604 PWR, June 23-28, 1968, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
  2. J. Appelbaum, “Determination of Slot Dimensions of Double Squirrel--Cage and Deep-Bar Rotors”, IEEE, IGA Annual Meeting, Paper No. 71, TP 22-PWR, Oct. 18-21, 1971, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
  3. J. Appelbaum, “Optimized Design of Three-Phase Power Transformer”, IEEE Winter Power Meeting, Paper No. 71 CP 23-PWR, Jan. 31-Feb. 5, 1971, N.Y., U.S.A.
  4. J. Appelbaum, “Performance Analysis of an Induction Machine”, IEEE PES Winter Meeting, Paper No. C 75 001-3, Jan. 26-31, 1975, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
  5. J. Appelbaum, A. Geva, `”Electrical Machinery Manufacturing in Israel”, IEEE Proc. Ninth Convention of Electrical & Electronics Engineers in Israel, Paper No. D4-2, April 22-24, 1975, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  6. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, A. Braunstein, “Array Power Output of Non-Identical Electrical Cells”, Twelfth Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, pp.1686-1692, Aug. 28-Sept. 2, 1977, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  7. A. Braunstein, J. Bany, J. Appelbaum, “Fixed Angle and Tracking System Solar Collectors”, IEEE Proc. Tenth Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Paper No. A32, October 10-13, 1977, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
  8. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, A. Braunstein, “Array Power Output of Non-Identical Electrical Cells”, Twelfth Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Washington D.C., Aug.-Sept. 1977, pp. 1686-1692.
  9. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, “DC Motor Characteristics from Solar Cell Supply”, 1977 Photovoltaic Solar Energy Engineering Conference, pp. 1243--1252, Sept. 27-30, 1977, Luxembourg.
  10. J. Bany, J. Appelbaum, “Utilization of Solar Energy for Electrical Motor Drive”, International Conference on Electrical Machines, Paper No. G5 1-9, Sept. 11-13, 1978, Brussels, Belgium.
  11. J. Appelbaum, “Solar Cell Simulator”, IEEE Summer Power Meeting, Paper No. A79 464-9, July 15-20, 1979, Vancouver, Canada.
  12. J. Appelbaum, M. Sachter, G. Yekutieli, “Electric Circuit Analysis of High Concentration Solar Cell Array”, 1980 Annual Meeting, The Israel Physics Society, Vol. 26, Paper K-3, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, 1980.
  13. J. Appelbaum, A. Yablon, “Super-Sceptre Computer Program for Simulation of Electromechanical Devices and Systems”, International Conference on Electrical Machines, Paper No. PE614, pp. 1080-87, Sept. 15-17, 1980, Athens, Greece.
  14. R. Weiss, J. Appelbaum, “Hardware Simulation of Scaled-Down Photovoltaic Power System”, 1980 Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, pp. 531-534, October 27-31,1980, Cannes, France.
  15. J. Appelbaum, J. Bany, “Effect of Shading on Solar Collector Arrays in Large Scale Systems”, The Annual Conference on Research and Application of Solar Energy in Israel, Beer-Sheva, Feb. 24-25, 1981. Paper No. H-12.
  16. A. Yablon, J. Appelbaum, “Digital Simulation of Electric Devices”, First Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference, IEEE MELECON 81, Paper No.3.4.1, May 24-28, 1981, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
  17. J. Appelbaum, R. Weiss, “Estimation of Battery Charge in Photovoltaic Systems”, Sixteenth IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, pp. 513-518, Sept. 27-30, 1982, San Diego, U.S.A.
  18. J. Appelbaum, M. Shechter, G. Yekutieli, “Array Parameters of Non--Identical Solar Cells”, pp. 1025-1029, ibid.
  19. J. Appelbaum, R. Weiss, “An Electrical Model of the Lead-Acid Battery”, International Telecommunications Energy Conference (INTELEC), pp. 304-307, Oct. 3-6, 1982, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  20. E. Fuchs, L.H. Chang, J. Appelbaum, “Magnetizing Current, Iron Losses and Forces of Three-Phase Induction Machines at Sinusoidal and Nonsinusoidal Terminal Voltages, Part I: Analyses”, IEEE Winter Power Meeting, Paper No. 84 WM 140-0, Jan. 29 - Feb. 3, 1984, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
  21. J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, E. Fuchs, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design with Respect to Efficiency”, 1984 International Conference on Electrical Machines}, pp. 639-642, Sept. 18-21, 1984, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  22. J. Appelbaum, D. Gabbay, “A Synthesized Sinewave Inverter of Low--Level Sources”, IEEE 14th Convention of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, in Israel, paper No. 1.5.2, March 26-27, 1985, Tel- Aviv, Israel.
  23. J. Appelbaum, “Starting and Steady-State Characteristics of DC Motors Powered by Solar Cell Generators”, IEEE Summer Power Meeting, paper No. 85 SM 429-6, July 14-19, 1985, Vancouver, Canada.
  24. J. Appelbaum, “The Operation of a DC Permanent Magnet Motor Powered by a Solar Cell Generator”, IEEE MELECON 85, paper D2.2.7, October 8-10, 1985, Madrid, Spain.
  25. J. Appelbaum, “Load Mismatching in Photovoltaic Systems”, Proceedings of the First Sede Boquer Workshop on Solar Electricity Production, pp. H63-H64, 23-24 Feb. 1986.
  26. J. Appelbaum, E. Fuchs, J.C. White, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design, Part I: Formulation of the Optimization Technique”. IEEE Summer Power Meeting, paper No. 86 SM 486-5, July 20-25, 1986, Mexico City, Mexico.
  27. J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, E. Fuchs, “Optimization of Three-Phase Induction Motor Design, Part II: The Efficiency and Cost of an Optimal Design”, IEEE Summer Power Meeting, paper No. 86 SM 487-3, July 20-25, 1986, Mexico City, Mexico.
  28. J. Appelbaum, “The Degree of Load-Matching in Photovoltaic Systems”, 7th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 27-31 October 1986, Seville, Spain.
  29. J. Appelbaum, “The Quality of Load Matching in a Direct-Coupling Photovoltaic System”, IEEE Winter Power Meeting, Paper No. 87 WM 222-3, Feb. 1-6, 1987, New Orleans, U.S.A.
  30. J. Appelbaum, R. Weiss, ``Solar Radiation Distribution Sensor”, The Second Sede Boqer Symposium on Electricity Generation from Solar Energy, Feb. 25-26, 1987, pp. 155-158, Sede Boqer, Israel.
  31. J. Appelbaum, “The Operation of Permanent Magnet DC Motors Powered by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, The Fifteenth Conference of Electrical & Electronics Engineers in Israel (IEEE region 8), Paper No. 3.1.6, April 7-9, 1987, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
  32. J. Appelbaum, “The Performance of Loads Powered by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, 8th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 9-13 May 1987, Florence, Italy.
  33. J. Appelbaum, “The Operation of Loads Powered by Separate Sources or by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Winter Power Meeting, paper No. 89 WM 002-7 EC, Jan. 29-Feb. 3, 1989, New York.
  34. J. Appelbaum, M.S. Sarma, “The Operation of Permanent Magnet DC Motors Powered by a Common Source of Solar Cells”, IEEE Winter Power Meeting, paper No. 89 WM 221-3 EC, Jan. 29-Feb. 3, 1989, New York.
  35. J. Appelbaum, “Common Source Multiple Load vs. Separate Source/Individual Load Photovoltaic System”, 4th International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering Conference, pp. 383-387, Sydney, Australia, Feb. 14-17, 1989.
  36. D.J. Flood, J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Power System Considerations for Future Lunar Bases”, Ibid. pp. 521-526, Sydney, Australia, Feb. 14-17, 1989.
  37. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, The Mars Climate for Photovoltaic System Operation”, International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Conference, June 5-7, 1989, Cleveland, Ohio.
  38. J. Appelbaum and S. Singer, “Magnification of Starting Torques of DC Motors by Maximum Power Point Trackers in Photovoltaic Systems”, The 24th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference}, IECEC-89, pp. 749-754, Aug. 6-11, 1989, Washington, DC.
  39. J. Appelbaum and D.J. Flood, “Photovoltaic Power System Operation in the Mars Environment”, Ibid. pp. 841-848, Aug. 6-11, 1989, Washington, DC.
  40. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Feasibility of Solar Power for Mars”, Space Photovoltaic Research and Technology (SPRAT), pp. 223-254, Nov. 7-9, 1989, Cleveland, Ohio.
  41. G.A. Landis, J. Appelbaum, “Design Consideration for Mars Photovoltaic Power Systems”, 21st IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, May 21-25, 1990, Kissimmee, Florida.
  42. G.A. Landis, J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Power System Operation on Mars”, Case for Mars IV, June 4-8, 1990, Boulder, Colorado.
  43. J. Appelbaum, A. Chait, D. Thompson, “Parameterization of Solar Cells and Arrays”, Solar World Congress, pp.283-288, Aug. 19-23, 1991, Denver, Colorado.
  44. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Solar Radiation for Mars Power Systems”, European Space Power Conference, 707-712, 2-6 Sept. 1991, Florence, Italy.
  45. S. Singer, J. Appelbaum, “Starting Characteristics of Direct Current Motors Powered by Solar Cells”, IEEE Winter Power, paper No. 92, WM 010-9-EC, Jan. 26-30, 1991, New York.
  46. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Photovoltaic Array for Martian Surface Power”, World Space Congress, paper IAF-92-0591, Aug. 28 - Sept. 5, 1992, Washington DC.
  47. J. Appelbaum, “Screening of Solar Cells”, Solar World Congress, pp. 207-212, August 23-27, 1993, Budapest, Hungary.
  48. J. Appelbaum, M. Crutchik, `”Optimal Design of Large Solar Fields: Maximum Energy Output”, International Conference on Comparative Assessment of Solar Power Technologies, pp. 295-305, February 14-18, 1994, Jerusalem, Israel.
  49. M. Alaluf, J. Appelbaum, L. Klibanov, N. Croitoru, “Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon Films - A Hard Optical Material for Silicon Solar Cells”, First World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, pp. 2208-2210, Dec. 5-9, 1994, Hawaii.
  50. N. Yehezkel, J. Appelbaum, A. Yogev, “Photovoltaic Conversion in a Common Solar Concentrating and Spectrally Splitting System”, First World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, pp. 1811-1813, Dec. 5-9, 1994, Hawaii.
  51. A. Reshef, H. Suehrcke, J. Appelbaum, “Analysis of Photovoltaic Water Pumping System”, The Eighteenth Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Israel, paper 1.5.3, March 7-8, 1995, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
  52. J. Appelbaum, H. Suehrcke, B. Reshef, “Modeling of a Permanent Magnet DC Motor/Centrifugal Pump Assembly in a Photovoltaic Energy System”, ISES Solar World Congress, 11-15 Sept. 1995, Harare, Zimbabwe.
  53. N. Yehezkel, J. Appelbaum, A. Yogev, “Analysis and Measurements of Common Solar Concentrating and Spectrally Splitting Systems”, Seventh Sede Boqer Symposium on Solar Electricity Production, 18-20 March 1996.
  54. P.P. Jenkins, D.A. Scheiman, D.J. Brinker, J. Appelbaum, “Low Intensity Low Temperature (LILT) Measurements and Coefficients of New Photovoltaic Structures”, 25th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, pp. 317-320, May 13-17, 1996, Washington D.C.
  55. I. Glasner, J. Appelbaum, “Advantage of Boost vs. Buck Topology for Maximum Power Point Tracker in Photovoltaic Systems”, The Nineteenth Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel, pp. 355-358, Nov. 5-6, 1996, Jerusalem, Israel.
  56. J. Appelbaum, E. Matz, Y. Taitel, “Solar Cell Temperature on Mars”, 1997 ISES Solar World Congress, Aug. 24-30, 1997, Taejon, Korea.
  57. J. Appelbaum, T. Segalov, P.P. Jenkins, G.A. Landis, C.R. Baraona, “Verification of Mars Solar Radiation Model Based on Mars Pathfinder Data”, 26th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, pp. 1039-1041, 29 September - 3 October 1997, Anaheim, California.
  58. D. Mozes, I. Segal, M. Reuss, P. Roth, S. Khalil, M. Barak, J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Fish-Pond Aeration”, 8th Sede Boker Symposium on Solar Electricity Production, 3-5 Nov. 1997, Israel, pp. 131-137.
  59. J. Appelbaum, “Solar Radiation on Mars Based on Mars Pathfinder Experiments”, ibid. pp. 147-152.
  60. J. Appelbaum, T. Segalov, “Screening and Aggregating of Solar Cells”, International Conference on Role of Renewable Energy Technology for Rural Development, October 12-14, 1998, pp. 172-176, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  61. D. Mozes, J. Appelbaum, I. Segal, M. Barak, M. Reuss, P. Roth, “Aeration of Fish-Ponds by Photovoltaic Power”, ISES Solar World Congress, pp.175-180, Jerusalem, Israel, July 4-9, 1999.
  62. J. Appelbaum, N. Croitoru, L. Klibanov, D. Scheiman, "The Effect of Electron Damage on Silicon Solar Cells Coated with Diamond-like Carbon Films", 16th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 1-5 May, 2000, Glasgow, UK.
  63. M.A. De Blas, J. Appelbaum, J.L.Torres, E. Prieto, A. Garcia, A. De Francisco, “Performance of an Autonomous System for Milk Cooling and Conservation Powered by Photovoltaic Solar Energy. An Example of Renewable Energy in Agriculture”, International Conference on Integrated Renewable Energy for Regional Development, CIRERD-2001, 28-31th August, 2001, Bali, Indonesia.
  64. M.A. De Blas, J. Appelbaum, J.L.Torres, E. Prieto, A. Garcia, “Milk Cooling Facility for a Farm Powered by Photovoltaic Solar Energy”, 17th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 22-26 October 2001, Munich, Germany.
  65. J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Energy Conversion Systems: Important Aspects of Load Lines and Operating Points”, Symposium on Photovoltaic and Wind Energy Conversion, 5-6 February, 2002, Brussels, Belgium.
  66. A. Kribus, N. Koutcher, J. Appelbaum, H. Ries, R. Leutz, "Secondary reflectors for spherical and circular cylinder concentrators", The 29th Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering May 12-13, 2003, Haifa, Israel
  67. A. Kribus, N. Koutcher, J. Appelbaum, H. Ries, R. Leutz ,"Circular collectors with secondaries for high concentration", Israel ISES Annual Meeting, May 28 ,2003, Rehovot, Israel .
  68. D.Weinstock , J. Appelbaum, "Deployment of Collectors in an Optimal Design of Solar Fields", ISES Solar World Congress, June 14-19, 2003, Gothenburgh, Sweden.
  69. D.Weinstock , J. Appelbaum ,"Optimizing solar field design for stationary collectors", 12th Symposium on Solar Electricity Production, Feb.23-24,2004,Sede Boqer, Israel.
  70. D.Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Shadow Variation on Photovoltaic Collectors in a Solar Field", 23rd IEEE Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineerirs in Israel, Sept. 6-7, 2004, pp.354- 357, Tel Aviv Israel.
  71. Arenson M., Kribus A., Appelbaum J., Tovarovski G., Grossman G., Capeluto G., Yezioro A., Kudish A., Building-Integrated combined heat and Power solar collector. Israel Conf. Mechanical Engineering, Tel Aviv, May 2005.
  72. J. Appelbaum, D. Weinstock, " Minimization of a Solar Plant Cost", Israel ISES Annual Meeting, May 19 ,2005, Ramat Gan, Israel.
  73. D. Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, " Optimum Design of a Solar Collector Array " , Symposium on Renewable Energies and Energy Conversion CIGRE Israel,21 June 2005, Herzlia, Israel.
  74. A.Kribus, J. Appelmaum, M.Arenson, G.Grossman. I.G. Capeluto, A Miniature building-integrated spherical collector PV system, ISES 2005 Solar World Congress, Orlando, Florida, USA, August, 6-12,2005
  75. D. Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, "Shading Consideration in Photovoltaic Solar Fields", 13th Sede Boqer Symposium on Solar Electricity Production, 31October-2 Novemer, 2005.Israel
  76. J. Appelbaum, K.Khouzam, " Photovoltaic Powered Salt Water Chlorination for Swimming Pools", 13th Sede Boqer Symposium on Solar Electricity Production, 31 October- Nov.2, 2005, Israel.
  77. J. Appelbaum," Issues in PV solar field design", Energy Forum-Photovoltaic Electricity, Neaman Inatitute, Technion, Feb.13, 2006.
  78. J. Appelbaum, K. Khouzam, Y. Dagan, “Photovoltaic Systems for Electrolysis Using Maximum Power Point Tracker” , The 24 th IEEE Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel, November 15-17, 2006, Eilat, Israel.
  79. K.Khouzam, J. Appelbaum, “ Chlorination of Swimming Pools by Photovoltaic Power –Sizing and Matching Criterion”, Australian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC ), 2006 , 10-12 December, Melbourne, Australia .
  80. D.Weinstock, J. Appelbaum, “Optimizing Solar Field Design for Single Axis Tracking Collectors”, ASES, Solar 2007, July 7-12, 2007, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  81. K. Y. Khouzam, J. Appelbaum, “Sizing of a Photovoltaic system for Water Chlorination”, ISES Solar World Congress 2007, Beijing, China, September 18-21, 2007
  82. J. Appelbaum, D.Weinstock, “Optimal Solar Field Design of Stationary and Single Axis Tracking Photovoltaic Collectors”,23rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 1-5 Sept. 2008, Valencia, Spain.
  83. J. Appelbaum, “The Effect of Environment on the Output of Solar Cells”, Neaman Institute, Technion, Feb. 14, 2011, Israel
  84. M. Tamir, J. Appelbaum, “Solar Radiation on Horizontal Tubular Micro Algae Photo-Bioreactor plant”, Israel ISES Annual Meeting, May 5, 2010, Rehovot, Israel
  85. Asaf Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, “Parameter Estimation of Multi-Junction solar cells”, Israel ISES Annual Meeting, Oct 5, 2011, Tel Aviv, Israel
  86. Asaf Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, “Parameter Estimation of Multi-Junction solar cells I-V Characteristics”, 26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 5-9 Sept. 2011, Hamburg, Germany
  87. Asaf Ben Or, J. Appelbaum, “Analytical Model for Concentrated Photovoltaic Arrays”, 27th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 24-28 Sept. 2012, Frankfurt, Germany
  88. Assaf Ben Or, Joseph Appelbaum, "Dependence of single diode medel parameters of multi-junction solar cells on concentration and temperature", 28th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 30 Sep.-4 Oct. 2013, Paris, France.
  89. Assaf Peled, Joseph Appelbaum, "A solar spectrum model based on artificial neural-networks", 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 22-26 September 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  90. Assaf Ben Or, Joseph Appelbaum, "Modeling of Multi-Junction Solar Cells", 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 22-26 September 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  91. Yehya Massalha, Joseph Appelbaum, "The Effect of Interconnecting Solar Cells in the PV module on the power Output", 2016 ISCEE International Conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering, Nov. 16 – 18, 2016 , Eilat, Israel.
  92. Assaf, Peled, Joseph Appelbaum, "Enhancing the power production of PV modules by rearranging the solar-cells Interconnections", 2016 ISCEE International Conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering, Nov. 16 – 18, 2016 , Eilat, Israel.

F. Patent

  1. J. Appelbaum, R. Weiss, ``Educational Simulator for Electrical Devices”, Patent No. 61977, 1984, Israel Patent.
  2. J. Appelbaum, R. Weiss, ``Solar Radiation Sensor and System Including Same for Measuring Solar Radiation Distribution”, Patent No. 4,491,727, 1985, United States Patent.

G. Reports

  1. J. Appelbaum, “Shadow Effect of Adjacent Solar Collectors in Large--Scale Systems”, Tel-Aviv University, Prepared for Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Israel, March 1981.
  2. J. Appelbaum, “Electric Machine Simulator”, Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, produced by RDT Instruments Industries (Israel), 1982, p. 72.
  3. E. Fuchs, J. Appelbaum, U.V. Frank, I. Kahn, “Optimization and Analysis of Induction Motors”, University of Colorado, Prepared for EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute), Research Project 1944-1, U.S.A. Progress Report I, January 1982.
  4. Ibid, E. Fuchs, J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, Progress Report II, May 1982.
  5. Ibid, E. Fuchs, J. Holl, J. Appelbaum, M.S. Erlicki, Progress Report III, September 1982.
  6. Ibid, E. Fuchs, J. Holl, J. Appelbaum, M.S. Erlicki, Progress Report IV, January 1983.
  7. E. Fuchs, L.H. Chang, J. Appelbaum, S. Moghadamnia, “Sensitivity of Transformers and Induction Motor Operation to Power System's Harmonics”, Topical Report, DOE-RA-50150-18, April 1983, U.S.A, p. 400.
  8. E. Fuchs, J. Appelbaum, I.A. Khan, J. Holl, U.V. Frank, “Optimization of Induction Motor Efficiency, Vol. 1: Three-Phase Induction Motors: Final Report, EPRI EL-4152-CCM, Vol. 1 Project 1944-1, July 1985, U.S.A., p. 315.
  9. E. F. Fuchs, A. Vandenput, J. Appelbaum, H. Klode, “Optimization of Induction Motor Efficiency, Vol. 3: Comparison of Wanlass Mode with Standard Mode”, Final Report, EPRI EL-4152-CCM, Vol. 3, Project 1944-1, December 1985, U.S.A., p. 500.
  10. E. Fuchs, H. Huang, A. Vandenput, J. Holl, J. Appelbaum, Z. Zak, M.S. Erlicki, “Optimization of Induction Motor Efficiency, Vol. 2: Single-Phase Induction Motors”, Final Report, EPRI EL-4152-CCM, Vol.2, January 1987, U.S.A., p. 300.
  11. J. Appelbaum, “Common Source/Multiple Load vs. Separate Source/Individual Load Photovoltaic System”, Report No. NASA TM-101465, Feb. 1989, U.S.A., p. 8.
  12. D.J. Flood, J. Appelbaum, “Photovoltaic Power System Consideration for Future Lunar Bases”, Report No. NASA-TM-102019, Feb. 1989, U.S.A., p. 7.
  13. S. Singer, J. Appelbaum, “Starting Characteristics of Direct Current Motors Powered by Solar Cells”, Report No. NASA TM-101981, March 1989, U.S.A., p. 18.
  14. J. Appelbaum, S. Singer, “Magnification of Starting Torques of DC Motors by Maximum Power Point Trackers in Photovoltaic Systems”, Report No. NASA TM-102040, U.S.A., p. 6.
  15. J. Appelbaum, D. J. Flood, “The Mars Climate for a Photovoltaic System Operation”, Report No. NASA-TM-101994, June 1989, U.S.A., p. 19.
  16. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, “Photovoltaic Power System Operation in the Mars Environment”, Report No. NASA TM-102075, Aug. 1989, U.S.A., p. 11.
  17. J. Appelbaum, “Resistive Loads Powered by Separate or by Common Electrical Sources”, Report No. NASA TM-102008, March 1989, U.S.A., p. 18.
  18. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, ``Solar Radiation on Mars”, Report No. NASA TM-102299, Aug. 1989, U.S.A., p. 31.
  19. J. Appelbaum, “Microprocessor Date Acquisition and Processing Instrument for Solar Cell Array I-V Characteristics”, prepared for Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and Belfer Foundation, Israel, February 1990.
  20. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, “Solar Radiation on Mars” - Update 1990, Report No. NASA TM-103623, October 1990, U.S.A., p. 34.
  21. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Solar Radiation on Mars - Update 1991”, Report No. NASA TM-105216.
  22. M. Crutchick, J. Appelbaum, “Solar Radiation on a Centenary Collector”, Report No. NASA TM 105751, July 1992, U.S.A., p. 30.
  23. J. Appelbaum, G.A. Landis, “Photovoltaic Array for Martian Surface Power”, Report No. NASA TM 105827, August 1992, U.S.A., p. 21.
  24. J. Appelbaum, A. Chait, D.A. Thompson, “Screening of Solar Cells”, Report No. NASA TM 106298, July 1993, U.S.A., p. 11.
  25. M. Crutchik, A.J. Calozza, J. Appelbaum, “A Photovoltaic Catenary - Tent Array for the Martian Surface”, Report No. NASA TM 106306, August 1993, U.S.A., p. 15.
  26. J. Appelbaum, I. Sherman, G.A. Landis, “Solar Radiation on Mars: Stationary Photovoltaic Array”, Report No. NASA TM 106321, October 1993, U.S.A., p. 19.
  27. J. Appelbaum, D.J. Flood, M. Crutchik, “Solar Radiation on Mars: Tracking Photovoltaic Array”, Report No. NASA TM 106700, September 1994, U.S.A., p. 21.
  28. I. Segal, J. Appelbaum, “Development of a High Efficient Aeration System for Aquaculture and Sewage Water Reclamation with Solar Electric Power Supply”, for Volcani Center, 1995, p. 11.
  29. I. Segal, O. Yekutieli, M. Barak, J. Appelbaum, “Development of a High Efficient Aeration System for Aquaculture and Sewage Water Reclamation with Solar Electric Power Supply”, for Volcani Center, 1995, p 11.
  30. I. Segal, O. Yekutieli, M. Barak, J. Appelbaum, “Development of a High Efficient Aeration System for Aquaculture and Sewage Water Reclamation with Solar Electric Power Supply”, for Volcani Center, 1996, p 22.
  31. I. Segal, O. Yekutieli, M. Barak, J. Appelbaum, “Development of a High Efficient Aeration System for Aquaculture and Sewage Water Reclamation with Solar Electric Power Supply”, for Volcani Center, 1997, p 20.
  32. J. Appelbaum, “Industrial Consorium for Concentrated Solar Energy”, for Israel Aircraft Industries, 1997, p. 14, 1998, p. 25, 1999, p34.
  33. J. Appelbaum, “Verification of Mars Solar Radiation Model Based on Mars Pathfinder Data”, Report No. NASA TM 113167, September 1997, p. 3.
  34. J. Appelbaum, “Spectral Content of Solar Radiation on Martian Surface”, for NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, May 1999, p. 41.

H. Seminars

  1. “Developments in Electrical Machinery Manufacturing”, Assoc. Engineers and Architects in Israel, May 29, 1974, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  2. “Solar Cell Equivalent Circuit and Arrays”, Symposium on Solar Energy Exploitation, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, June 16-17, 1975.
  3. “Optimal Design of Electrical Machines”, Imperial College of Science and Technology, Power System Section, London, UK, Aug. 11, 1976.
  4. “Charge and Discharge Trajectories of Batteries in a Solar Cell Electrical System”, Conference on Solar Energy, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheba, Israel, Nov. 8-11, 1976.
  5. “Solar Cell Electrical Systems”, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, UK, Aug. 13, 1976.
  6. “Photovoltaic Solar Cell Pumping System”, The University of Connecticut, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Storrs, Conn. Jan. 17, 1980.
  7. “Solar Cell Systems”, University of Colorado, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Boulder, Colorado, Oct. 6, 1981.
  8. “Optimal Design of Electromagnetic Devices”, University of Colorado, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Boulder, Colorado, April 19, 1983.
  9. “Photovoltaic Systems”, The University of Manitoba, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Winnipeg, Canada, June 23, 1983.
  10. “Solar Energy”, Universidade De Coimbra, Departamento de Engenharia Electrotecnia, Coimbra, Portugal, October 1985.
  11. “Matching Loads in Photovoltaic Systems”, Florida Solar Energy Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Oct. 12, 1987.
  12. “Research on Solar Energy in Israel”, University of Minnesota, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Aug. 1986.
  13. “Modelling and Analysis of Photovoltaic Systems”, NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1988.
  14. “Parameters and Components of Photovoltaic Systems”, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 8, 1988.
  15. “Separate Sources Versus Common Sources Photovoltaic Systems”, Australian National University, Research School of Physical Sciences, Energy Research Center, Canberra, Australia, Feb. 20, 1989.
  16. “The Mars Climate for a Photovoltaic System”, NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 7, 1989.
  17. “Solar Cell Equation Parameters”, NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 20, 1989.
  18. “Solar Radiation on Mars”, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Dept. of Geophysics and Planetary Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, March 19, 1990.
  19. “Mars Solar Power”, NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 26, 1991.
  20. “Photovoltaic Power for Mars Missions”, ISES Israeli Section, Weizmann Institute for Science, Rehovot, Israel, April 12, 1992
  21. “A Photovoltaic Catenary - Tent Array for the Martian Surface”, ISES Israeli Section, Tel-Aviv University, Nov. 28, 1993.
  22. “Applications of Photovoltaic Energy Conversion”, The Volcani Center, Institute of Agriculture Engineering, Beit Dagan, March 23, 1995.
  23. “Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conversion”, Ministry of Defense, Tel Aviv, Sept. 28, 1995.
  24. “Photovoltaic Aeration System for Fish Pond”, The Volcani Center, Institute of Agriculture Engineering, Bet Dagan, Nov. 26, 1995.
  25. “Solar Radiation on Mars”, Ministry of Defense, Tel Aviv, Dec. 6, 1995.
  26. “Screening Solar Cells”, The National University of Singapore, Oct. 5, 1998, Singapore.
  27. “Screening Solar Cells”, Nanyang Technological University, Oct. 6, 1998, Singapore.
  28. “Spectral Content of Sunlight on the Martian Surface”, NASA John Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, May 13, 1999.
  29. “Solar Radiation on Mars for photovoltaic Power”, Northern Territory University, Darwin, Australia, Sept. 9, 2000.
  30. “Aeration of Fish-Ponds by Photovoltaic Power”, Murdock University, Perth, Australia, Sept. 18, 2000.
  31. “Solar Radiation on Mars for Photovoltaic Power”, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Sept. 22, 2000.
  32. “Solar Cell Screening and Arraying”, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, Oct. 16, 2000.
  33. “Solar Radiation on Mars for Photovoltaic Power”, Queensland University of Technology, Oct. 18, 2000.
  34. “Solar Radiation on Mars for Photovoltaic Power”, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Oct. 24, 2000.
  35. “Solar Radiation on Mars for Photovoltaic Power”, The Australian National University, Canberra, October 27, 2000.
  36. “Solar Radiation on Mars and Application of Photovoltaic Cells”, Universidad Publica de Navarra, Pamlona, Spain, March 29, 2001.
  37. “Solar Radiation on Mars and Application of Photovoltaic Cells”, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, June 4, 2001.
  38. “Photovoltaics: Present and Future”, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium, Nov. 8, 2001.
  39. “Solar Radition on Mars and Application of Photovoltaic Cells”, Association of Electrical Engineers in Belgium, Leuven, Belgium, Nov. 11, 2001.
  40. “Photovoltaic Energy Conversion – Load Lines and Operating Points”, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Jan. 24, 2002.
  41. " Optimal Field Design of Solar Collectors", Charls Darwin University, Darwin, Australia, 15 June, 2005
  42. " Optimal Field Design of Solar Collectors", University of California Ervine, Invine, USA, 19 Sept., 2008
  43. “Solar Cells Moduls and Systems” , March 17, 2010, Narvik, Norway
  44. “Solar Radiation on Horizontal Tubular Micro Algae Photo-Bioreactor Plant”, University of California Ervine, Invine, USA, 19 Sept., 2010.
  45. “ Enviromental Effects on the Output of Soalr Cell”, Technion (Neenam Institute), Haifa, Feb.14, 2011
  46. “ Parameter Estimation of Multi-Junction Solar cells”, University of California Ervine, Invine, USA, 20 Sept., 2011.

 

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