MTech Power Electronics Projects

The following are the MTech Power Electronics Projects

ATPE-01 DUAL-BUCK AC–AC CONVERTER WITH INVERTING AND NON-INVERTING OPERATIONS

A buck-boost ac-ac converter with inverting and non-inverting operations is proposed. It compensates both the voltage sag and swell when used as a dynamic voltage restorer. Its basic switching cell is a unidirectional buck circuit, owing to which it has no shoot-through concerns. It achieves safe commutation without using RC snubbers or soft commutation strategies. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-02 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT MULTILEVEL CONVERTER TOPOLOGIES FOR BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE APPLICATION

The integration of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) into the power grids has been proposed as an effective solution for mitigating voltage and frequency instability problems arising from the integration of renewable resources with intermittent patterns. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-03 CASCADED MULTILEVEL INVERTER BASED ELECTRIC SPRING FOR SMART GRID APPLICATIONS

This paper proposes “Electric Spring” (ES) based on Single Phase three-level Cascaded H-Bridge Inverter to achieve effective demand side management for stabilizing smart grid fed by substantial intermittent renewable energy sources (RES). For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-04 DUAL-BRIDGE LLC RESONANT CONVERTER WITH FIXED FREQUENCY PWM CONTROL FOR WIDE INPUT APPLICATIONS

This paper proposes a dual-bridge (DB) LLC resonant converter for wide input applications. The topology is an integration of a half-bridge (HB) LLC circuit and a full-bridge (FB) LLC circuit. The fixed-frequency pulse width-modulated (PWM) control is employed and a range of twice the minimum input voltage can be covered. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-05 NINE-LEVEL ASYMMETRICAL SINGLE PHASE MULTILEVEL INVERTER TOPOLOGY WITH LOW SWITCHING FREQUENCY AND REDUCE DEVICE COUNTS

This paper presents a new asymmetrical single phase multilevel inverter topology capable of producing nine level output voltage with reduce device counts. In order to obtain the desired output voltage, dc sources are connected in all the combination of addition and subtraction through different switches. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-06 NOVEL APPROACH EMPLOYING BUCK-BOOST CONVERTER AS DC-LINK MODULATOR AND INVERTER AS AC-CHOPPER FOR

Induction motor (IM) is the workhorse of the industries. Amongst various speed control schemes for IM, variable-voltage variable-frequency (VVVF) is popularly used. Inverters are broadly used to produce variable/controlled frequency and variable/controlled output voltage for various applications like ac machine drives, switched mode power supply (SMPS), uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), etc. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-07 IMPROVED DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF SHUNT ACTIVE POWER FILTER USING PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION

In this paper, a novel particle swarm optimization (PSO) technique is proposed to tune the proportional-integral (PI) controller gain parameters for enhancing the dynamic performance of the shunt active power filter (APF). The shunt APFs are well established filter to compensate current harmonics, reactive power to maintain the power factor unity. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-08 PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION BASED SHUNT ACTIVE HARMONIC FILTER FOR HARMONIC COMPENSATION

This paper presents a performance evaluation of Shunt Active Harmonic Filter (SAHF) for harmonic compensation, using Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm for DC link voltage regulation. Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm is used to search for the optimal PI control parameters. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-09 A FILTERLESS SINGLE-PHASE AC-AC CONVERTER BASED ON COUPLED INDUCTORS WITH SAFE-COMMUTATION STRATEGY AND CONTINUOUS INPUT CURRENT

A novel single phase ac-ac converter with no LC input/output filters is presented in this paper. The proposed converter has all the advantages of the previous single phase impedance source ac-ac converters; it can operate in buck/boost and in-phase/out-of phase with the input voltage, that makes it appropriate for voltage sags/swells compensator without any dc storage. For complete abstract CLICK HERE

ATPE-10 THREE-PHASE GRID CONNECTED PV INVERTERS USING THE PROPORTIONAL RESONANCE CONTROLLER

The development in grid connected three phase inverter has increased the importance of achieving low distortion and high quality current waveform. This paper describes a method of reducing current ripple in a three phase grid connected inverter utilizing Proportional Resonance (PR) controller. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-11 CONTROL AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE-STAGE UTILITY-SCALE GRID-CONNECTED PV SYSTEM

For utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) systems, the control objectives, such as maximum power point tracking, synchronization with grid, current control, and harmonic reduction in output current, are realized in single stage for high efficiency and simple power converter topology. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPE-12 CURRENT CONTROL OF THREE-PHASE GRID CONNECTED PV INVERTERS USING ADAPTIVE PR CONTROLLER

In recent years, there has been a rapid increase in the number of grid connected three phase inverter systems being connected to the distribution network. As a result, the need for high quality, low harmonic distortion, and current injection into the grid is essential. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


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