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Vol. 2 Issue 6

Submission Start Date:
June 01, 2021

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June 10, 2021

Submission End:
June 25, 2021

Final MenuScript Due:
June 30, 2021

Publication Date:
June 30, 2021
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 2 Issue 6      Submission Start Date: June 01, 2021      Acceptence Notification Start: June 10, 2021      Submission End: June 25, 2021      Final MenuScript Due: June 30, 2021      Publication Date: June 30, 2021




Volume I Issue III

Author Name
Pawan Adlak, Prof. M.S. Das, Prof. Vasant Acharya
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 3
Abstract
In this paper a grid interface PVA source is used for running a BLDC motor water pumping system. The PVA is connected to booster converter for constant voltage generation during solar irradiation change. The booster converter is controlled using MPPT controller incremental conductance method. The grid controller is updated with fuzzy logic controller for better DC voltage settling time. The reaction time and power output of the grid are compared with these two control techniques. The graphs of voltages and powers of PVA and grid are generated with respect to time using MATLAB Simulink environment. The MATLAB/Simulink based simulations and the performance analysis are carried out to demonstrate the applicability of the system.
PaperID
2020/IJEASM/12/2020/1614

Author Name
Ravindra Kailas date, Prabodh Khampariya
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 3
Abstract
Shunt active power filters (SAPFs) implemented without harmonic detection schemes are susceptible to sudden load variations. This paper proposes a robust control strategy to reduce this drawback. In this strategy, the dc-link voltage is regulated by a hybrid control technique combining a standard proportional–integral PI and a sliding-mode (SM) controllers. The SM scheme continuously determines the gains of the PI controller based on the control loop error and its derivative. The chattering due to the SM scheme is reduced by a transition rule that fixes the controller gains when steady-state condition is reached. This controller is termed as dual-sliding-mode-proportional– integral. The phase currents of the power grid are indirectly regulated by double-sequence controllers with two degrees of freedom, where the internal model principle is employed to avoid reference frame transformation. The proposed control strategy ensures zero steady-state error and improves the performan
PaperID
2020/IJEASM/12/2020/1615

Author Name
Rameshwar Pathare, Sujeet Kumar Soni
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 3
Abstract
In this paper a power factor correction-based Landsman converter in bridgeless (BL) feeding a brushless dc motor drives are proposed for low power household application. The speed of brushless dc motor is controlled by varying the dc bus voltage of the voltage source inverter (VSI) feeding to a BLDCM, switching losses of six solid state of switches of VSI are reduce by the low frequency switching signal in electronic communication for the motor. The dc voltage of drive is sensed by a single dc voltage sensor. A landsman PFC converter is modelled with control on the output voltage through voltage-oriented control. The output from the landsman PFC converter is fed to isolated DC-DC converter for running BLDC motor. The output voltage of the PFC converter is controlled using PI controller to generate specific required DC voltage given as a reference by the user. The isolated DC-DC converter is controlled by current-oriented control with feedback from the DC output terminal volta
PaperID
2020/IJEASM/12/2020/1616

Author Name
Amod Kumar, Sameena Elyas Mubeen
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 3
Abstract
The permanent increase in the energy demand is considered as one of the most critical issue nowadays. Besides, as conventional power sources are limited and have adverse effects on the planet, has necessitated an imperative search for renewable energy which causes no pollution of the earth. Solar-powered (photovoltaic) systems are one of the viable alternatives that have attracted considerable attention in this regard. They have been deployed in many remote regions for various applications, ranging from rural electrification and community water supplies to irrigation and livestock water supplies. Although photovoltaic (PV) systems generally have a high investment cost, it has many features which make it attractive as an alternative source of power for water pumping. This paper presents a detailed intensive review of solar-powered water pumping systems as reported in the literature to serve as a quick reference to researchers and engineers who are working or interested in the
PaperID
2020/IJEASM/12/2020/1617