INNOVATIVE EEE PROJECTS FOR FINAL YEAR STUDENTS

INNOVATIVE EEE Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)

BTech and MTech EEE projects  can be done in different domains. They are power electronics and drives,  power systems, electrical machines and drives etc. Each of these domains use many technologies and areas.

We understand the importance of IEEE papers for BTech and M.Tech EEE projects. Hence we hand pick IEEE projects for BTech and M.Tech EEE. We ensure that the IEEE papers and projects have enough scope for a two semister project work or for a final year project work. If needed an improvement over the simulated results by newer and better techniques for MTech EEE can also be done. The Matlab / Simulink software is used for doing EEE projects. We do give guidance for paper writing and suggest journals.

Research Paper Writing-MTech EEE

BTech and MTech EEE projects of various domains are available at Asoka Technologies. We also develop your own ideas. We deliver the projects within the time frame given by the students. Visit our website and blogspot for more papers.

A Three-Phase Multilevel HybridSwitched-Capacitor PWM PFC Rectifier for High-Voltage-Gain Applications

A dc-Side Sensorless Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Converter Based PhotovoltaicSystem

Phase angle calculation dynamics of type-4wind turbines in rms simulations during severe voltage dips

A Multi-Level Converter with a Floating Bridge for Open-Ended Winding Motor Drive Applications

Model Predictive Control of Quasi-Z-SourceFour-Leg Inverter

Using Multiple Reference Frame Theory for Considering Harmonics in Average-Value Modeling of Diode Rectifiers

Cascaded Dual Model Predictive Control of an Active Front-End Rectifier

Simple Time Averaging Current Quality Evaluation of a Single-Phase Multilevel PWM Inverter

Nonlinear Control of Single-PhasePWM Rectifiers With InherentCurrent-Limiting Capability

Impact of SFCL on the Four Types of HVDC Circuit Breakers by Simulation

An Adaptive SPWM Technique for Cascaded Multilevel Converters with Time-Variant DC Sources

Model-Based Control for a Three-Phase ShuntActive Power Filter

Design of a multi-level inverter with reactive power control ability for connecting PV cells to the grid

DSTATCOM supported induction generator for improving power quality

Improved equal current approach for reference current generation in shunt applications underunbalanced and distorted source and load conditions

A Hybrid-STATCOM With Wide Compensation Range and Low DC-Link Voltage

Design of External Inductor for Improving Performance of Voltage-Controlled DSTATCOM

Full-Bridge Reactive Power Compensator With Minimized-Equipped Capacitor and Its Application to Static Var Compensator

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