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  1. Operation of Three Phase Four Wire Grid Connected VSI Under Non-Ideal Conditions

    Ghoshal, Anirban
    The necessity to incorporate renewable energy systems into existing electric power grid and need of efficient utilization of electrical energy are growing every day. A shunt connected Voltage Source Inverter(VSI) capable of bidirectional power flow and fast control has become one of the building block to address such requirements. However with growing number of grid connected VSI, new requirements related to harmonic injection, higher overall efficiency and better performances during short term grid disturbances have emerged as challenges. For this purpose a grid connected three phase four wire VSI with LCL filter can be considered as a general module to...

  2. Reactive Power Co-ordination in Grid Connected Wind Farms for Voltage Stability Enchancement

    Reddy, Kommi Krishna
    Recent decades have witnessed a significant increment in power contribution from wind generators. This increment in penetration requires power engineers to tackle multi-fold challenges concerning operational and stability aspects. There exists a significant attention among the researchers in analyzing the impact of wind generation on various system aspects. This thesis focuses on steady state voltage stability aspects with penetration of Variable speed wind generators. Traditionally, ancillary services are supplied by large conventional generators. However, with the huge penetration of wind generators as a result of the growing interest in satisfying energy requirements, and considering the benefits that they can bring along...

  3. Generalized Analytic Signal Construction and Modulation Analysis

    Venkitaraman, Arun
    This thesis deals with generalizations of the analytic signal (AS) construction proposed by Gabor. Functional extensions of the fractional Hilbert Transform (FrHT) are proposed using which families of analytic signals are obtained. The construction is further applied in the design of a secure communication scheme. A demodulation scheme is developed based on the generalized AS, motivated by perceptual experiments in binaural hearing. Demodulation is achieved using a signal and its arbitrary phase-shifted version which, in turn translated to demodulation using a pair of flat-top bandpass filters that form an FrHT parir. A new family of wavelets based on the popular Gammatone...

  4. Control, Modulation and Testing of High-Power Pulse Width Modulated Converters

    Sivaprasad Sreenivasa, J
    Experimental research on high-power converters, particularly in an academic environment, faces severe infrastructural constraints. Usually, power source and loads of required ratings are not available. Further, more importantly, the energy consumption is huge. One possibility is to establish an experimental research platform, comprising of a network of high-power converters, through which power is circulated and which draws only the losses from the mains. This work deals with the establishment of a circulating power test set-up, comprising of two line-side PWM converters, inclusive of control and modulation methods for the two converters. Two types of circulating power test setups are developed....

  5. Optimum Savitzky-Golay Filtering for Signal Estimation

    Krishnan, Sunder Ram
    Motivated by the classic works of Charles M. Stein, we focus on developing risk-estimation frameworks for denoising problems in both one-and two-dimensions. We assume a standard additive noise model, and formulate the denoising problem as one of estimating the underlying clean signal from noisy measurements by minimizing a risk corresponding to a chosen loss function. Our goal is to incorporate perceptually-motivated loss functions wherever applicable, as in the case of speech enhancement, with the squared error loss being considered for the other scenarios. Since the true risks are observed to depend on the unknown parameter of interest, we circumvent the...

  6. Hall-Effect Current Sensors for Power Electronic Applications : Design and Performance Validation

    Kumar, Ashish
    Closed loop Hall-effect current sensors used in power electronic applications require high bandwidth and small transient errors. For this, the behaviour of a closed loop Hall-e ect current sensor is modeled. Analytical expression of the step response of the sensor using this model is used to evaluate the performance of the PI compensator in the current sensor. Based on this expression a procedure is proposed to design parameters of the PI compensator for fast dynamic performance and for small transient error. A prototype closed loop Hall-effect current sensor is built in the laboratory. A PI compensator based on the procedure...

  7. Studies on Electrical Treeing in High Voltage Insulation Filled with Nano-Sized Particles

    Alapati, Sridhar
    Polymers are widely used as insulating materials in high voltage power apparatus because of their excellent electrical insulating properties and good thermomechanical behavior. However, under high electrical stress, polymeric materials can get deteriorated which can eventually lead to the failure of the insulation and thereby the power apparatus. Electrical treeing is one such phenomena whereby dendritic paths progressively grow from a region of high electrical stress and branch into conducting channels in a solid dielectric. The propagation of electrical trees is of particular interest for the power industry as it is one of the major causes of failure of high...

  8. Transient Analysis of EHV/UHV Transmission Systems for Improved Protection Schemes

    Ravishankar, Kurre
    Ever increasing demand for electricity, exploitation of large hydro and nuclear power at remote location has led to power evacuation by long EHV/UHV transmission systems. This thesis concentrates on transient analysis of EHV/UHV transmission systems for improved planning and protection. In this thesis, the uncontrolled and controlled switching methods to limit the switching surges during energization of 765kV and 1200k VUHV transmission lines are studied. The switching surge over voltages during the energization of series compensated line are compared with uncompensated line. A Generalized Electromagnetic Transients Program has been developed. The program incorporates specific models for studying the effectiveness of various...

  9. Supervised Learning of Piecewise Linear Models

    Manwani, Naresh
    Supervised learning of piecewise linear models is a well studied problem in machine learning community. The key idea in piecewise linear modeling is to properly partition the input space and learn a linear model for every partition. Decision trees and regression trees are classic examples of piecewise linear models for classification and regression problems. The existing approaches for learning decision/regression trees can be broadly classified in to two classes, namely, fixed structure approaches and greedy approaches. In the fixed structure approaches, tree structure is fixed before hand by fixing the number of non leaf nodes, height of the tree and paths...

  10. A Networked Control Systems Framework for Smart Grids with Integrated Communication

    Sivaranjani, S
    Over the last decade, power systems have evolved dramatically around the world, owing to higher demand, stringent requirements on quality and environmental concerns that are becoming increasingly critical. With the introduction of new technologies like large-scale renewable energy, wide-area measurement based on phasor measurement units (PMUs) and consumer interaction in the distribution system, the power grid today has become more potent than ever before. Most of the defining features of the smart grid today rest on the integration of advanced communication capabilities into the grid. While communication infrastructure has become a key enabler for the smart grid, it also introduces...

  11. Study on Pulsewidth Modulation Techniques for a Neutral-Point-Clamped Voltage Source Inverter

    Das, Soumitra
    Neutral-point-clamped (NPC) three-level inverter is capable of handling higher dc bus voltage and producing output waveform of better quality than a conventional two-level inverter. The main objective of the present work is to analyze the existing PWM schemes for two-level and three-level inverters in terms of line current ripple, and to design new PWM techniques for the NPC inverter to reduce line current distortion. Various discontinuous PWM or bus-clamping PWM (BCPWM) methods for a two-level voltage source inverter are analyzed in terms of rms line current ripple, which is evaluated by integrating the error voltage (i.e. error between the applied...

  12. PWM Techniques for Split-Phase Induction Motor Drive

    Rakesh, P R
    A split-phase induction motor (SPIM) is obtained by splitting each of the three-phase stator windings of an induction motor into two equal halves. This results in two sets of three-phase windings with a spatial angle difference of 30◦ (electrical) between them. The two sets of windings are fed from two different voltage-source inverters for speed control of the split-phase motor drive. Low dc bus voltage requirement and improved torque profile are some of the advantages of the split-phase motor, compared to the normal three-phase induction motor. A pulse width modulation (PWM) technique is used to produce the gating signals for...

  13. Frequency and Time Domain Response Analysis of Transformer Winding for Indirect Measurement of Series Capacitance and Construction of Ladder Network Models

    Pramanik, Saurav
    This thesis proposes innovative methods to extract information embedded in the frequency and time domain response of the transformer winding, and utilizes them to suggest solutions to a few tasks that have until now been thought difficult, if not impossible, to resolve. Pursuing this philosophy originated from the basic under- standing that the response of any physical system (behaving largely as a linear time invariant system) has embedded information that characterizes it completely. So, the prerequisite is to evolve ways to extract this information from measured responses. Once that is done, a variety of interesting applications can be envisaged. The...

  14. Intelligent Techniques for Monitoring of Integrated Power Systems

    Agrawal, Rimjhim
    Continued increase in system load leading to a reduction in operating margins, as well as the tendency to move towards a deregulated grid with renewable energy sources has increased the vulnerability of the grid to blackouts. Advanced intelligent techniques are therefore required to design new monitoring schemes that enable smart grid operation in a secure and robust manner. As the grid is highly interconnected, monitoring of transmission and distribution systems is increasingly relying on digital communication. Conventional security assessment techniques are slow, hampering real-time decision making. Hence, there is a need to develop fast and accurate security monitoring techniques. Intelligent...

  15. Stable Galerkin Finite Element Formulation for the Simulation of Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    Sethupathy, S
    Electromagnetic flow meters are simple, rugged, non-invasive flow measuring instruments, which are extensively employed in many applications. In particular, they are ideally suited for the flow rate measurement of liquid metals, which serve as coolants in fast breeder reactors. In such applications, theoretical evaluation of the sensitivity turns out to be the best possible choice. Invariably, an evaluation of the associated electromagnetic fields forms the first step. However, due to the complexity of the problem, only numerical field computational approach would be feasible. In the pertinent literature, couple of e orts could be found which employ the well-known Galerkin Finite...

  16. Adaptive Sampling Pattern Design Methods for MR Imaging

    Chennakeshava, K
    MRI is a very useful imaging modality in medical imaging for both diagnostic as well as functional studies. It provides excellent soft tissue contrast in several diagnostic studies. It is widely used to study the functional aspects of brain and to study the diffusion of water molecules across tissues. Image acquisition in MR is slow due to longer data acquisition time, gradient ramp-up and stabilization delays. Repetitive scans are also needed to overcome any artefacts due to patient motion, field inhomogeneity and to improve signal to noise ratio (SNR). Scanning becomes di cult in case of claustrophobic patients, and in...

  17. Voltage Stability Analysis of Unbalanced Power Systems

    Santosh Kumar, A
    The modern day power system is witnessing a tremendous change. There has been a rapid rise in the distributed generation, along with this the deregulation has resulted in a more complex system. The power demand is on a rise, the generation and trans-mission infrastructure hasn't yet adapted to this growing demand. The economic and operational constraints have forced the system to be operated close to its design limits, making the system vulnerable to disturbances and possible grid failure. This makes the study of voltage stability of the system important more than ever. Generally, voltage stability studies are carried on a single...

  18. Thermal and Electrical Degradation of Resin Impregnated Paper Insulation for High Voltage Transformer Bushings

    Jyothi, N S
    The overall reliability of a power transformer depends to a great extent on the sound operation of the bushings thereof. In view of its overwhelming advantages, resin impregnated paper (RIP) is acquiring prominence over conventional oil impregnated paper (OIP) in transformer bushings. The main advantages of RIP bushings are low dielectric loss and capability of positioning them at any desired angle over the transformer. The RIP structure, being an all-solid system, is completely free from oil phase. The temperature rise in RIP bushings under normal operating conditions is seen to be a difficult parameter to control in view of the...

  19. Design and Performance Evaluation of Sub-Systems of Grid-Connected Inverters

    Karuppaswamy, Arun B
    Grid-connected inverters have wide application in the field of distributed generation and power quality. As the power level demanded by these applications increase, the design and performance evaluation of these converters become important. In the present work, a 50 kVA three-phase back-to-back connected inverter with output LCL filter is built to study design and performance evaluation aspects of grid-connected inverters. The first part of the work explores the split-capacitor resistive-inductive (SC-RL) passive damping scheme for the output LCL filter of a three-phase grid-connected inverter. The low losses in the SC-RL scheme makes it suitable for high power applications. The SCRL...

  20. Moisture Aided Degradation of Oil Impregnated Paper Insulation in Power Transformers

    Mandlik, Manoj K
    Transformers are the most expensive and critical asset in any electrical power network. Their failure results in long interruption of power supply with consequent loss of reliability and revenue. Understanding and detection of the failure mechanism helps in avoiding catastrophic failures, unplanned outages and improving the power system reliability. Oil impregnated paper (OIP) and pressboards form the main soild insulation in a transformer. Life of the transformer is governed mostly by the life of OIP insulation. Until recently, it was thought that ageing of the OIP insulation in power transformer and its eventual failure, is mainly a function of temperature...

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