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Abstract : In this paper, a network-based approach to model capacitive wireless power transfer systems is introduced. The modeling methodology provides insights into the electrical cross-coupling relationships between input and output parameters of the capacitive power transfer (CPT) systems, including the effect of distance and alignment of the coupling plates. It is revealed that, regardless of the circuit complexity or matching network order, the model core can be reduced to a basic gyrator relationship with added coefficients when required, thus obtaining a compact, closed-form relationship between the input and output terminals. The model has been validated through rigorous simulations and experiments; all found to be in excellent agreement with the theoretical predictions under changes of the air-gap, and medium capacitance. To this end, an experimental CPT prototype that operates in the MHz range has been designed and implemented while the transmitter and receiver have been realized by four 170 mm × 170 mm copper plates. In addition, to provide better insight into the capacitive interface under different structures and distances and alignments, the capacitive coupler has been methodically examined through Finite Elements Analysis (FEA) tools Maxwell (Ansys). The results of the FEA have been utilized in the simulation platform to enhance the accuracy of the simulations, accounting for the variable capacitance under variations.

Abstract: In order to correctly simulate the simultaneous switching of power electronics circuits and to solve the problems of virtual power loss existing in the traditional  interpolation algorithm, this article proposes interpolation algorithm considering simultaneous solution and instantaneous solution. After each integration, it searches for  he switching events and determines the simultaneous switching. The simultaneous switching events are solved simultaneously. Instantaneous solution is carried out at  forced commutation switching instant. The historical terms calculation method in instantaneous solution under different conditions is given, and the exact power loss of  forced commutation switch is obtained. After processing all switching events during one time-step, the half-step interpolation is performed to eliminate numerical oscillations. The proposed algorithm is applied to the electromagnetic transient programme of advanced digital power system simulator (ADPSS), and the correctness  and  effectiveness of the algorithm are verified by simulation tests for typical power electronics circuits. The simulation results show that the proposed algorithm has high  simulation accuracy and can satisfy requirements of power electronics simulation.

Abstarct : Photovoltaic (PV)/battery hybrid power units have attracted vast research interests in recent years. For the conventional distributed power generation systems with PV/battery hybrid power units, two independent power converters, including a unidirectional dc_dc converter and a bidirectional converter are normally required. This paper proposes an energy management and control strategy for the PV/battery hybrid distributed power generation systems with only one integrated three-port power converter. As the integrated bidirectional converter shares power switches with the full-bridge dc_dc converter, the power density and the reliability of the system is enhanced. The corresponding energy management and control strategy are proposed to realize the power balance among three ports in different operating scenarios, which comprehen- sively takes both the maximum power point tracking (MPPT) bene_t and the battery charging/discharging management into consideration. The simulations are conducted using the Matlab/Simulink software to verify the operation performance of the proposed PV/battery hybrid distributed power generation system with the corresponding control algorithms, where the MPPT control loop, the battery charging/discharging management loop are enabled accordingly in different operating scenarios.

AbstractThe situation, grid integration of variable renewable energy and electricity sector reforming in Japan, will increase uncertainties in power system operation.To handle these uncertainties, this paper introduces the sophisticated voltage and reactive power management technology based on AC-OPF (Optimal Power Flow) using online data, advanced online volt/var(Q) control system (OPENVQ: Optimized Performance Enabling Network for Volt/var(Q)), which can reduce operating expenditure (OPEX) by transmission loss reduction and optimized control of shunt devices and transformer taps, and/or capital expenditure (CAPEX) by optimized management of voltage control assets. Its architecture consists of a security assessment, a look-ahead operational condition predictor, optimal power flow calculation, and scenario analyzer. To validate the performance of OPENVQ system, a simulator has been developed that can handle multi-period operational conditions considering time series. Simulation results based on the TEPCO Power Grid 1500-bus model show that multiple control procedures created by OPENVQ system can optimize the KPIs, and new logic to reduce the number of control of shunt devices and transformer taps for managing grid voltage could be confirmed.Furthermore the feasibility study of OPENVQ system in Thailand has been conducted by NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization)’s study scheme in Japan.

Abstract : In the existing technique for power electronic converters with low switching frequency and multiple cells, the sampling frequency is always set at the same value as the control frequency, and the modulating wave in each cell updates itself when its corresponding carrier reaches its peak and valley. In this paper, this implementation scheme is denoted as AS-PWM. It is proved that AS-PWM suffers from three defects: further increase of switching frequency is restricted by the available control period and the total cell number; long modulator delay exists and may bring the control system into instability if high cross-over frequency is chosen; and spectrum aliasing towards digital modulating waves may occur and makes the ac input current distorted. Therefore, another implementation scheme of carrierbased digital PWM (DPWM) is recommended in this paper, which is denoted as MS-PWM. In MS-PWM, all of the modulating waves update themselves at the same time. The research presented in this paper is based on a power electronic traction transformer (PETT), which is made up of a cascaded H-bridge (CHB) converter and several DC/DC converters. For the consideration of scalability, control and reliability, a star-connected distributed control system is adopted for the PETT equipment. In order to make full use of this distributed hardware, and to improve the control performance with relatively low requirement towards the digital chips, a universal-type multirate structure is proposed in this paper, which is based on the MS-PWM technique. In the proposed structure, the sampling frequency, control frequency and modulating-wave updating frequency can be separated from the switching frequency, and each of them can be chosen independently according to the practical control demand and the hardware condition. There is no mutual effect between their selections. The influence of the variation of these three frequencies on the control performance is analyzed as well. At last, experiment results based on a five-cell PETT laboratory prototype with rated power of 30 kW are provided, and all of them verify the effectiveness and correctness of the proposed algorithms.

Abstract : The Congestion management of multi bus i.e 30 bus system is assessed by optimal sizing of PV system in this research paper. The recitation analysis of PV system has carried out in 30 bus system for the development of power system security through MATPOWER software. When the multi bus system goes an unexpected loading, its stability and security of the system is disturbed. It is required better results, it is required better the security from the disturbance of the areas. Here, the system is monitoring by continuation power flow (CPF), because of to improve the congestion situation of the systems. The various operating conditions like without PV system and with PV system tuned by Multi verse optimization algorithm. It has used to evaluate the performance of the proposed systems. The result shows, the system with PV system properly is tuned by this algorithm. It produces better result than the systems without PV.

A built-in digitalized power management (DPMM) and voltage domain programmable (VDP) mechanisms are proposed to design a low-power system. In the proposed techniques, the high and low voltages applied to logic modules can be switchable. This flexible voltage-domain assignment allows the chip performance and power consumption can dynamically adjust during circuit operation. To support the DPMM and VDP mechanisms, the voltage-level monitor circuit and power-switch circuit are designed to support multiple operation modes for DPMM-VDP digital circuit designs. A powerless retention flip-flop is developed for temporary data storage during voltage domain dynamically switching. While to prevent the system failure come from voltage integrity problem, a built-in voltage-level monitoring mechanism is utilized to monitor voltage integrity during VDP circuit operation. The proposed mechanism allows the chip performance and power consumption to be flexibly adjusted during circuit operation. The physical implementation chips and measured results proof of this methodology has 30~55% power reduction comparisons with using single-Vdd.

 

Abstract : One of the promising directions for finding solutions to the problems of regimes management and commercial electricity accounting in electric power systems is the application of distributed ledger technologies – Blockchain, which is due to increased availability of renewable energy sources. Currently, in the Russian Federation, the use of Blockchain technology is difficult for electric power systems operating in parallel with regional or unified power system due to the legislative restrictions imposed on operations in the retail and wholesale market for electrical energy. However, based on the distributed ledger technologies, the principles of the functioning of the electric energy market can be applied within the framework of small isolated electricity systems – microgrids. Mathematical modeling and calculation of the microgrid electric regimes were performed in the RastrWin3 program with the aim of accounting for losses in the electric power system. During the simulation it was obtained dependence of the power at the slack node from the number of load nodes for a different ratio of own generation to consumption in the node. In the case of positive power, there was a shortage of actual power in the system at the slack node, and in the case of a negative one, there was an excess of it. The use of distributed generation is economically justified in small isolated electricity system: the payback period of distributed generation devices is much less than their lifetime. It is possible to use Blockchain technology to organize mutual settlements between owners of small generation facilities in microgrid.

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Abstract : Power electronics based Medium-Voltage Direct Current (MVDC) Microgrids consist of several interconnected feedback-controlled switching converters. Such systems experience bus voltage stability challenges owing to the negative incremental resistance of Constant Power Loads (CPLs) and converter control loop interactions. To tackle the stability challenges, this paper presents the application of the Interconnection and Damping Assignment Passivity Based Control (IDA-PBC) approach to the Port Controlled Hamiltonian (PCH) model of Dual Active Bridge (DAB) source-side converters in a MVDC Microgrid. For the DABs, a Fundamental Average Model (FAM) approach considering Phase Shift Modulation (PSM) is provided and used for deriving the corresponding IDA-PBC control law. We analyze the effectiveness of the controller on large signal scenarios considering disturbances such as load step up, and DAB disconnection. Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) experiments using Opal-RT and Labview FPGAs, as well as, low power prototype tests are carried out to demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed approach.

Abstract : This paper presents a Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) application of the Custom Power Active Transformer (CPAT); a power electronics integrated transformer which provides services to the grid through its auxiliary windings. The CPAT structure integrates three single-phase transformers into one shunt-series combining transformer. This integration empowers a sub-station with the capability of dynamically regulating the terminal voltage and current of a transformer through isolated power electronics converters. This paper investigates the CPAT’s capability to provide UPFC services which includes power flow control, reactive power compensation, voltage regulation and harmonics elimination. Simulations of the CPAT-UPFC with a stiff grid and a 5-bus power system demonstrates its functionality as an inter-bus coupling transformer that provides the required grid services. Moreover, the impact of the CPAT-UPFC during load perturbations on the power system is investigated to further validate its transient and steady-state response. Furthermore, an experimental prototype reveals the operation of the three-phase CPAT-UPFC confirming its stable operation according to the theoretical expectations.

IEEE ELECTRICAL  PROJECTS (2019-2020)

 

S.NO EEE/ELECTRICAL BASED PROJECTS SYNOPSIS
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TRANSMISSION LINE MULTIPLE FAULTS DETECTION AND INDICATION TO ELECTRICITY BOARD
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TRANSMISSION LINE FAULTS CLASSIFICATION USING WAVELET/FFT TRANSFORM
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A BUCK-BOOST INTEGRATED FULL BRIDGE INVERTER FOR SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC BASED STANDALONE SYSTEM
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WSN BASED DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM FOR MULTIPLE FAULTS MONITORING AND CONTROLLING SYSTEM
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IMPLEMENTATION OF A WEB OF THINGS BASED SMART GRIDTO REMOTELY MONITOR AND CONTROL RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCEST
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DEVELOPMENT OF EFFICIENT POWER GENERATION USING AUTOMATED RENWABLE SOURCES AND AUTOMATING STREET LIGHTS ACCORDING TO TRAFFIC DENSITY
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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ADVANCED SECURITY SYSTEM – INVISIBLE EYE (POWER SAVING SYSTEM)
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ANDROID BASED DEVICE CONTROL-HOME OR OFFICE AUTOMATION
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ETHERNET OR IOT BASED DEVICE CONTROL SYSTEM
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FOOT STEP BASED POWER GENERATION AND MULTI PURPOSE OPTIMIZATION
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UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND MULTIPURPOSE OPTIMIZATION-SOLAR, WIND AND RAIN
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SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEM WITH AUTOMATIC PANEL CLEANING MECHANISM FOR EFFICIENT POWER GENERATION
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ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION SCRUTINIZEING AND CONTROLLING DEVICE FROM REMOTE AREA
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WIRELESS POWER TRANSMISSION
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ANDROID MEETS LED BULBS IN SMART-HOME AUTOMATION
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TRANSFORMER INUSTRIAL PARAMETERS MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM AND INTIMATION TO ELECTRICITY BOARD
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REALIZATION OF PREPAID BILL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRICITY BOARD
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VOICE OPERATED INDUCTION MOTOR SPEED CONTROL THROUGH RF COMMUNICATION
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ONLINE SPEED CONTROL OF DC MOTOR WITH HIGH SPEED NETWORK
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TALKING ENERGY METER
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MICRO CONTROLLER BASED INTELLIGENT MULTI TIMER SYSTEM FOR INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
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ENERGY SCRUTINING SYSTEM WITH AUTO LOAD
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SMART CARD BASED PREPAID ELECTRICITY BILLING
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AUTO DIGITAL-SPEED INDICATOR WITH SPEED CONTROL
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DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROLLING USING BLUETOOTH
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AUTOMATIC DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROL WITH AUTOMATIC FEEDBACK VIA SMS USING PWM TECHNOLOGY
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GSM AND PIR SENSOR BASED LIGHT CONTROLLER AND NETWORKED SAFETY SYSTEM
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ELECTRIC FIELD AND ULTRASONIC SENSOR BASED SECURITY SYSTEM
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MOBILE CONTROLLED DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROLLER
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PRE PAID POWER ENERGY METER
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REAL TIME LOAD SHEDDING FOR POWER LINES
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A NOVEL OPTIMUM POINT TRACKER OF THE SOLAR CELL POWER SYPPLY SYSTEM
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ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS

Embedded systems are a cornerstone of the electronics industry today.
An embedded system is a computer or processor based system that has been designed for a specific purpose.

The system gains its name from the fact that the software is embedded into it for a particular application. The embedded system is not like a PC or other computer that can run a variety of programmes and fulfil a whole host of tasks.
The item using an embedded system is designed for a specific task and has its software preloaded, although updates may be undertaken from time to time.

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS BASICS

It may be asked what is an embedded system. With many processor based systems and computers it is useful to define what an embedded system is. A convenient definition for an embedded system is An embedded system is any computer system contained within a product that is not described as a computer.
Using this embedded system definition it is possible to understand the various basic characteristics one. Typically they are:

  • Embedded systems are designed for a specific task. Although they use computer techniques, they cannot be used as a general purpose computer using a variety of different programmes for different task. In this way their function can be focussed onto what they need to do, and they can accordingly be made cheaper and more efficiently.
  • The software for embedded systems is normally referred to as firmware. Rather than being stored on a disc, where many programmes can be stored, the single programme for an embedded system is normally stored on chip and it is referred to as firmware.
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CONTAIN TWO MAIN ELEMENTS
  • Embedded system hardware: As with any electronic system, an embedded system requires a hardware platform on which to run. The hardware will be based around a microprocessor or microcontroller. The embedded system hardware will also contain other elements including memory, input output (I/O) interfaces as well as the user interface, and the display.
  • Embedded system software: The embedded system software is written to perform a particular function. It is typically written in a high level format and then compiled down to provide code that can be lodged within a non-volatile memory within the hardware.
EMBEDDED PROCESSOR HARDWARE
  • Embedded systems basics
  • Embedded processor hardware
  • CPU
  • Embedded MPU
  • Embedded MCU
  • RAM

When developing an embedded system, one of the options is to base the computational hardware around a microcontroller, MCU rather than a microprocessor, MPU.

Both approaches have their attractions, but generally they will be found in different applications. Typically the microcontroller, MCU, is found in applications where size, low power and low cost are key requirements.

The MCU, microcontroller is different to a microprocessor in that it contains more elements of the overall processing engine within the one chip.

Bringing most of the processing engine components onto a single chip reduces size and cost. This enables it to become economical viable to digitally control even more devices and processes. Also it is found that mixed signal microcontrollers are being increasingly used, integrating analogue components needed to control non-digital electronic systems.

MICROCONTROLLER BASICS

Microcontrollers comprise the main elements of a small computer system on a single chip. They contain the memory, and IO as well as the CPU one the same chip. This considerably reduces the size, making them ideal for small embedded systems, but means that there are compromises in terms of performance and flexibility.

As microcontrollers are often intended for low power and low processing applications, some microcontrollers may only use 4 bit words and they may also operate with very low clock rates – some 10 kHz and less to conserve power. This means that some MCUs may only consume a milli watt or so and they may also have sleep consumption levels of a few nano watts. At the other end of the scale some MCUs may need much higher levels of performance and may have very much higher clock speeds and power consumption.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MICROCONTROLLERS
  1. 8051
  2. ARM
  3. PIC
  4. Arduino
  5. AVR
Functions 8051 PIC AVR ARM
Bus width 8-bit for standard core 8/16/32-bit 8/32-bit 32-bit mostly also available in 64-bit
Communication Protocols UART, USART,SPI,I2C PIC, UART, USART, LIN, CAN, Ethernet, SPI, I2S UART, USART, SPI, I2C, (special purpose AVR support CAN, USB, Ethernet) UART, USART, LIN, I2C, SPI, CAN, USB, Ethernet, I2S, DSP, SAI (serial audio interface), IrDA
Speed 12 Clock/instruction cycle 4 Clock/instruction cycle 1 clock/ instruction cycle 1 clock/ instruction cycle
Memory ROM, SRAM, FLASH SRAM, FLASH Flash, SRAM, EEPROM Flash, SDRAM, EEPROM
ISA CLSC Some feature of RISC RISC RISC
Memory Architecture Von Neumann architecture Harvard architecture Modified Modified Harvard architecture
Power Consumption Average Low Low Low
Families 8051 variants PIC16,PIC17, PIC18, PIC24, PIC32 Tiny, Atmega, Xmega, special purpose AVR ARMv4,5,6,7 and series
Community Vast Very Good Very Good Vast
Manufacturer NXP, Atmel, Silicon Labs, Dallas, Cyprus, Infineon, etc. Microchip Average Atmel Apple, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung Electronics, and TI etc.
Cost (as compared to features provide) Very Low Average Average Low
Other Feature Known for its Standard Cheap Cheap, effective High speed operation Vast
Popular Microcontrollers AT89C51, P89v51, etc. PIC18fXX8, PIC16f88X, PIC32MXX Atmega8, 16, 32, Arduino Community LPC2148, ARM Cortex-M0 to ARM Cortex-M7, etc.
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