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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 3 Issue 12      Submission Start Date: Dec 01, 2022      Acceptence Notification Start: Dec 10, 2022      Submission End: Dec 25, 2022      Final MenuScript Due: Dec 31, 2022      Publication Date: Dec 31, 2022




Volume II Issue X

Author Name
Satwant kumar ravi, Vasant Acharya
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 10
Abstract
In this paper a single-phase transformer less PVA integrated inverter is connected to the grid with grid voltage synchronization using PLL. The converter is connected with two PVA modules at the input with different irradiation conditions due to shading. As two subarrays are connected in series, the number of serially connected modules within a subarray is reduced to half. Reduction in the number of serially connected PV modules within a subarray leads to an overall improvement in the magnitude of power that can be abstracted from a subarray while the modules of the subarray are exposed to varied atmospheric conditions. The converter is controlled by feedback loop system with specific current references generated by MPPT technique. The topological structure of the inverter ensures that the common mode voltage does not contain high frequency components, thereby reducing the magnitude of leakage current involved with the solar panels well within the acceptable limit. The PI controller is
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1677

Author Name
Sweta Kumari, Deepak Pandey
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 10
Abstract
In this paper, a novel four-switch two-leg VSI topology for a three-phase SAPF is proposed for reducing the system cost and size. The proposed topology comprises a two-arm bridge structure, four switches, coupling inductors, and sets of LC PFs. The third leg of the three-phase VSI is removed by eliminating the set of power switching devices, thereby directly connecting the phase with the negative terminals of the dc-link capacitor. The proposed topology enhances the harmonic compensation capability and provides complete reactive power compensation compared with conventional APF topologies. As PVA is connected at the DC link active power is also injected into the grid consumed by the load
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1678

Author Name
Jay Shankar Prasad Pandey, Girraj Prasad Rathor
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 10
Abstract
In this paper, PVA and PMSG wind farm renewable sources share power to the grid through a common DC link. A single inverter is integrated to inject the power from these renewable sources. A permanent magnet synchronous generator-based full-scale wind turbine is interfaced to the utility-grid via back-to-back voltage-source converters (VSCs). A PV solar generator is directly connected to the dc-link capacitor of the Back-to-back VSCs. The regulation of the VSCs is achieved via the vector control scheme in the rotating reference frame. The speed controller of the PSMG is updated with fuzzy logic controller, which makes the machine side converter to operate at higher efficiency. The powers of PMSG delivered are compared with PI and FIS at different operating conditions
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1679

Author Name
Vhora Nilamben Anavarbhai, Jyoti yadav
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 10
Abstract
Exploratory examination has been performed on twelve short and long fortified pillar section components. The fortification interaction viably builds the part opposition in light of expanding the profundity of the segment with no extra weight. By expanding the profundity of the shaft, significant pivot twisting opposition and solidness are improved as the significant hub snapshot of dormancy (Ix) and the segment modulus (Sx) are expanded. It has been seen that, investigates that considered fortified components exposed to hub and twisting second are restricted contrasted with those considered components exposed to bowing second as it were. In this exploration fortified bar sections are contemplated under various burden flightiness to examine the impact of fortification on bar segment strength. Conduct and strength of fortified shaft section are likewise examined utilizing the limited component examination using ANSYS programming. The limited component results are viewed as in a decent co
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1680