Final year academic projects


  1. A High Gain Input-Parallel Output-Series DC/DC Converter with Dual Coupled Inductors
  2. A High Step-Up Converter with Voltage-Multiplier Modules for Sustainable Energy Applications
  3. A High Step-Up DC to DC Converter Under Alternating Phase Shift Control for Fuel Cell Power System
  4. High-Efficiency MOSFET Transformer-less Inverter for Non-isolated Micro-inverter Applications
  5. A Multi-Input Bridgeless Resonant AC-DC Converter for Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting
  6. A Novel Control Method for Transformer-less H-Bridge Cascaded STATCOM with Star Configuration
  7. A Novel High Step-up DC/DC Converter Based on Integrating Coupled Inductor and Switched-Capacitor Techniques for Renewable Energy Applications


  1. A Modified Three-Phase Four-Wire UPQC Topology With Reduced DC-Link Voltage Rating
  1. FPGA-Based Predictive Sliding Mode Controller of a Three-Phase Inverter
  2. Pulsewidth Modulation of Z-Source Inverters With Minimum Inductor Current Ripple
  3. Improving the Dynamics of Virtual-Flux-Based Control of Three-Phase Active Rectifiers
  4. Sensorless Induction Motor Drive Using Indirect Vector Controller and Sliding-Mode Observer for Electric Vehicles
  5. Back-Propagation Control Algorithm for Power Quality Improvement Using DSTATCOM
  6. A Zero-Voltage Switching Three-Phase Inverter
  7. Control of Reduced-Rating Dynamic Voltage Restorer With a Battery Energy Storage System
  8. A Combination of Shunt Hybrid Power Filter and Thyristor-Controlled Reactor for Power Quality
  9. A Transformerless Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System Based on the Coupled Inductor Single-Stage Boost Three-Phase Inverter
  10. LCL Filter Design and Performance Analysis for Grid-Interconnected Systems
  11. An Inductively Active Filtering Method for Power-Quality Improvement of Distribution Networks With Nonlinear Loads
  12. A Bidirectional-Switch-Based Wide-Input Range High-Efficiency Isolated Resonant Converter for Photovoltaic Applications
  13. Analysis and Implementation of an Improved Flyback Inverter for Photovoltaic AC Module Applications
  14. Speed Sensorless Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drive Using Single Current Sensor
  15. A Novel Design and Optimization Method of an LCL Filter for a Shunt Active Power Filter
  16. An Active Harmonic Filter Based on One-Cycle Control
  17. A Nine-Level Grid-Connected Converter Topology for Single-Phase Transformerless PV Systems
  18. Modeling and Design of Voltage Support Control Schemes for Three-Phase Inverters Operating Under Unbalanced Grid Conditions
  19. Cascaded Two-Level Inverter-Based Multilevel STATCOM for High-Power Applications

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FPGA-Based Predictive Sliding Mode Controller Of A Three-Phase Inverter

This paper proposed a novel predictive variable structure- switching-based current controller for a three-phase load driven by a power inverter. The design specifications are robustness to load electrical parameters, fast dynamic response, reduced switching frequency, and simple hardware implementation. In order to meet previous specifications, a sliding mode controller has been developed, which is designed as finite-state automata, and implemented with a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) device. The switching strategy implemented within the state transition diagram provides for a minimum number of switches by the three-phase inverter that is confirmed through simulation and experimental results. Its regulation using the proposed control law provides good transient response by the brushless ac motor control. However, this does not limit the wider applicability of the proposed controller that is suitable for different types of ac loads (rectifier and inverter) and acmotors (induction, synchronous, and reluctance). A new logical FPGA torque and speed controller is developed, analyzed, and experimentally verified.


1. Brushless alternating-current (BLAC) motor
2. field-programmable gate array (FPGA)
3. finite-state machine (FSM)
4. predictive control
5. sliding mode controller (SMC)
6. supervisor
Software: Matlab/Simulink

Block Diagram:

Basic Circuit Of A VSI.

Fig.1. Basic Circuit Of A VSI.


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[3] A. Malinowski and H. Yu, “Comparison of embedded system design for industrial applications,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Informat., vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 244– 254, May 2011.
[4] C. Buccella, C. Cecati, and H. Latafat, “Digital control of power converters—A survey,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Informat., vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 437– 447, Aug. 2012.
[5] E. Monmasson and M. N. Cirstea, “FPGA design methodology for industrial control systems—A review,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., vol. 54, no. 4, pp. 1824–1842, Apr. 2007.