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Student Projects

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Batch : 2010 -14 Admission

Department :EEE

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1

1.ANJU DAS

2.JOIMY M.J

3.SHAMED K

4.VIPU MOHANDAS

5.VISHNU M

SOLAR POWER TRACKING USING MPPT CONTROL

The need for renewable energy sources is on the rise because of the acute energy crisis in the world today. Solar energy is a vital untapped resource in a tropical country like ours. A typical solar panel converts only 30 to 40 percent of the incident solar irradiation into electrical energy. This project investigates in detail the concept of Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) which significantly increases the efficiency of the solar photovoltaic system. The main aim of project will be to track the maximum power point of the photovoltaic module so that the maximum possible power can be extracted from the photovoltaic. The MPPT is responsible for extracting the maximum possible power from the photovoltaic and feed it to the load via the boost converter which steps up the voltage to required magnitude. The boost converter is to be used along with a Maximum Power Point Tracking control mechanism.

 

 

Guide:Ms. SYAMALA.PJ

 

2

1.ABHIRAM CHANDRAN

2.AJITH THAMBI

3.ANSAB P.A

4.RESTIN BABY

OPEN LOOP V/F SPEED CONTROL OF THREE    PHASE INDUCTION MOTORInduction motors are the most widely used electrical motors due to their reliability, low cost and robustness. However, induction motors do not inherently have the capability of variable speed operation. Due to this reason, earlier dc motors were applied in most of the electrical drives. But the recent developments in speed control methods of the induction motor have led to their large scale use in almost all electrical drives. Out of the several methods of speed control of an induction such as pole changing, frequency variation, variable rotor resistance, variable stator voltage, constant V/f Control (open loop & closed loop)  etc., the closed loop constant V/f speed control method is most widely used. Because of the complexity and expenses incurred in closed loop speed control system, here we employ open loop v/f speed control technique for the speed control of a three phase induction motor.

 

 

Guide:Ms. ASHA HARIHARAN

 

3

1.KRISHNA PRASAD K.V

2.MIYA DAVIS

3.MOHAMED  SHAMEEM T

4.SARAN K.S

 

PITCH CONTROLLER DESIGN OF AN F-104A AIRCRAFT BY ROOT LOCUS METHOD

  The aim of the project is to design a pitch controller for improving the dynamical behavior of a fighter aircraft. Root locus technique for the design of feedback control system of an F-104A aircraft. As the dynamic behavior of the open loop system is unsatisfactory, we are using feedback or closed loop control system. This analysis is necessary is to get the aircraft parameters, after getting these parameters we can design a closed loop system to control motion of aircraft

 

 

 

Guide:Ms. SUCHITRA K.S

 

 

4

 

1.ABHILASH OP

2.JISHNU G

3.NAYANA VIJAYAN

4.NIVYA MR

5.VIBIN K V

AUTOMATIC GENERATION CONTROL OF WIND POWER PLANT USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK

The main aim of this project is to control and maintain the generated voltage and frequency of a wind power plant to a constant value by using artificial neural network. An artificial neural network is an interconnected group of nodes, similar to the vast network of neurons in a brain, this can be trained artificially and the simulation is done by using the software proteus.

 

 

 

Guide:Ms. SUJISHA PP

 

5

1.NEETHA GOPINATH.K

2.RAMYA .C

3.SREESHNA.A

4.AMRITHA PAVITHRAN

DC TO DC CONVERTERS WITH HIGH VOLTAGE GAIN FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS

The existing DC-DC converters can provide high voltage gain but with the penalty of either an extreme duty ratio or large amount of circulating energy. The topologies like voltage multiplier technique with clamp-mode coupled inductor and high step up boost converter coupled inductor with voltage multiplier cell, the DC-DC converters can overcome these difficulties. The converters used in the automotive applications require high voltage gain, high efficiency and high power density (compact in size).In the automotive application the loads are fed from a battery and the voltage across them should remain a constant. The main aim of this project is to meet all these requirements. The proposed topology is the combination of clamp-mode coupled inductor with voltage multiplier cell and the combination of high step up boost converter with coupled inductor and voltage multiplier cell.

 

 

 

Guide:Mrs. LAKSHMI RAJ R

 

6

1.SHAHUL P SHAJI

2.SAJITH K.S

3.SHABAB HASIM VT

 

MULTIFUNCTION ROBOT

 

The main goal of the multi function robot is to present a programming robot-arm system for carrying out flexible pick and place behavior using microcontroller. It follows the black path which is drawn over the white ground surface. An additional metal detecting circuit is used to detect the metals in its path.

The multifunction robot may help to reduce the human efforts in manufacture process of its application fields.

 

Guide: Ms. DRISYA U

 

7

1.RAHUL R

2.VISHNU P.S

3.FAHIS P

4.AKHIL DAS

MITIGATION OF VOLTAGE SAG USING UNIFIED POWER QUALITY CONDITIONER (UPQC)

Novel control strategy of Unified Power Quality Conditioner (UPQC) to improve power quality in grid connected system is proposed. The UPQC is realized by the integration of series and shunt active power filters (APF) sharing a common dc bus capacitor. The realization of shunt APF is carried out using a three-phase, Voltage Source Inverter (VSI), and the series APF is realized using a three-phase VSI. The performance of the applied control algorithm is evaluated in terms of power-factor correction, source neutral current mitigation, load balancing, and mitigation of voltage and current harmonics in a three-phase,  distribution system for different combinations of linear and non-linear loads. In this proposed UPQC control scheme, the current/voltage control is applied to the fundamental supply currents/voltages instead of fast-changing APF currents/voltages, thus reducing the computational delay and the required sensors.

 

 

Guide:Ms. SUNIL T P