MTech Power Systems Projects

MTech Power Systems Projects

ATPS-01 Self-tuned fuzzy-proportional–integral compensated zero/minimum active power algorithm based dynamic voltage restorer

Voltage sag is the most common and severe power quality problem in the recent times due to its detrimental effects on modern sensitive equipment. Generally, direct-on-line starting of the three-phase induction motor (IM) and various kinds of short circuit fault are directly responsible for this event. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPS-02 Comparative Simulation Results of DVR and D-STATCOM to Improve Voltage Quality in Distributed Power System

This paper presents the comparative improvement of the voltage profile of the distributed power system using a Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) and a Distributed Static Synchronous Compensator (D-STATCOM). The IEEE benchmark 13-bus distributed power system is used to present the distributed power grid. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPS-03 Design and Evaluation of a Mini-Size SMES Magnet for Hybrid Energy Storage Application in a kW-Class Dynamic Voltage Restorer

This paper presents the design and evaluation of a mini-size GdBCO magnet for hybrid energy storage (HES) application in a kW-class dynamic voltage restorer (DVR). The HES-based DVR concept integrates with one fast-response high power superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) unit and one low-cost high-capacity battery energy storage (BES) unit.  For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPS-04 A Two Degrees of Freedom Resonant Control Scheme for Voltage Sag Compensation in Dynamic Voltage Restorers

This paper presents a two degrees of freedom (2DOF) control scheme for voltage compensation in a dynamic voltage restorer (DVR). It commences with the model of the DVR power circuit, which is the starting point for the control design procedure. For complete abstract CLICK HERE


ATPS-05 IMPROVED FAULT RIDE THROUGH CAPABILITY IN DFIG BASED WIND TURBINES USING DYNAMIC VOLTAGE RESTORER WITH COMBINED FEED-FORWARD AND FEED-BACK CONTROL

This paper investigates the fault ride through (FRT) capability improvement of a doubly fed induction generator (DFIG)-based wind turbine using a dynamic voltage restorer (DVR). Series compensation of terminal voltage during fault conditions using DVR is carried out by injecting voltage at the point of common coupling to the grid voltage to maintain constant DFIG stator voltage.  For complete abstract CLICK HERE 


ATPS-06 DESIGN OF EXTERNAL INDUCTOR FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF VOLTAGE CONTROLLED DSTATCOM

A distribution static compensator (DSTATCOM) is used for load voltage regulation and its performance mainly depends upon the feeder impedance and its nature (resistive, inductive, stiff, non-stiff). However, a study for analyzing voltage regulation performance of DSTATCOM depending upon network parameters is not well defined.  For complete abstract CLICK HERE


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