Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 4 Issue 2

Submission Start Date:
February 01, 2023

Acceptence Notification Start:
February 10, 2023

Submission End:
February 25, 2023

Final MenuScript Due:
February 31, 2023

Publication Date:
February 31, 2023
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 4 Issue 2      Submission Start Date: February 01, 2023      Acceptence Notification Start: February 10, 2023      Submission End: February 25, 2023      Final MenuScript Due: February 31, 2023      Publication Date: February 31, 2023




Volume IV Issue I

Author Name
Bharat Shakya, Durgesh Vishwakarma
Year Of Publication
2023
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
In order to get the most out of our gadgets and appliances, we need to improve the quality of the electricity they're using. Power quality may be enhanced using a number of available devices. “Distribution Static Synchronous Compensator (DSTATCOM), Static VAR Compensator (SVC), Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR), and Unified Power Quality Compensator (UPQC)” are only some of the devices that may be used to enhance power quality in industries. The UPQC is an example of an active power filter. Together with power factor correction and the incorporation of renewable energy sources into the distribution network, it helps to reduce PQ problems associated to voltage and current. Topologies, compensation strategies, control theories, and technology advancements over the last several years are all covered in this study. It is anticipated that this study will play a pivotal role in assisting researchers in making use of the UPQC
PaperID
2023/IJEASM/4/2023/1797

Author Name
Soni Roy, Durgesh Vishwakarma
Year Of Publication
2023
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
The utility grid of the present day is undergoing a change from a conventional, centralised model of power production to a more decentralized and distributed one. Integration and isolation of localised energy sources and loads from the main grid structure is essential to achieving this shift. MicroGrid is the name given to the implementation of such a strategy. Integrating renewable energy sources and loads into the main grid may be done in a clean, efficient, and cost-effective manner through the use of microgrids (MGs). The major problems with the existing infrastructure are highlighted through the literature review, and various control mechanisms are reviewed and evaluated
PaperID
2023/IJEASM/4/2023/1798

Author Name
Seemab Ahmad Zaidi, Prakher Dubey
Year Of Publication
2023
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
The world is being modernized and industrialized day by day. As a result vehicles and engines are increasing. But energy sources used in these engines are limited and decreasing gradually. The rapidly depleting conventional petroleum resources have promoted research for alternative fuels for diesel engines. Bio-fuel, a promising substitute as an alternative fuel has got significant attention due to the limited sources of conventional fuels and environmental concern. From different possible options, fuels derived from vegetable oil present promising renewable substitutes for fossil fuels. The utilization of Straight vegetable oil fuel in diesel engine fuel has main the advantage of eliminating the energy, cost and time consumed in biodiesel production. Oil derived from Jatropha curcas plant has been considered as a sustainable alternate fuel for diesel engine. The use of straight vegetable oil encounters problem due to its high viscosity, poor volatility and cold flow.
PaperID
2023/IJEASM/4/2023/1799

Author Name
Irshad Ahmad, Prakher Dubey
Year Of Publication
2023
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
In this project work, the efficient energy utilization in the thermodynamic system of a traditional 660 MW coal- fired power plant, was achieved by incorporating SeCO2 Brayton cycle system. A thermodynamic mathematical model was established according to the basic laws of thermodynamics and was verified by using design conditions. To minimize the irreversible losses, an additional SeCO2 Brayton cycle system was proposed under the THA condition, which increased the efficiency of power generation by 0.28%, and decreased the consumption of the coal by 1.79 g/kwh. With the increase of the SeCO2 flow rate, a greater power generation efficiency was achieved. The SeCO2 compressor outlet pressure did not affect the plant load but affected the distribution of the power generation load between the steam cycle and the SeCO2 cycle. In this study includes a technical- economic analysis of the SeCO2 Brayton cycle system. Overall, this study shows a complete picture of how to improve t
PaperID
2023/IJEASM/4/2023/1800