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IEEE Power electronics Projects 2013

IEEE Power electronics Projects 2013



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    IEEE Power electronics Projects 2013 IEEE Power electronics Projects 2013 Document Transcript

    • POWER ELECTRONICS S.NO. TITLES CODE 1. A Comparison Of Soft-Switched DC-To-DC Converters For Electrolyzer Application PE1 2. A Controlled-Type ZVS Technique without Auxiliary Components For The Low Power DC/AC Inverter PE2 3. A DC–DC Converter Based On The Three-State Switching Cell For High Current And Voltage Step-Down Applications PE3 4. A Family Of Single-Stage Switched-Capacitor–Inductor PWM Converters PE4 5. A Family Of Three-Switch Three-State Single-Phase Z-Source Inverters PE5 6. A Flicker-Free Electrolytic Capacitor-Less AC–DC LED Driver PE6 7. A High Step-Down Transformer less Single-Stage Single-Switch AC/DC Converter PE7 8. A High Step-Up Converter With A Voltage Multiplier module For A Photovoltaic System PE8 9. A High Step-Up Three-Port DC–DC Converter For Stand-Alone PV/Battery Power Systems PE9 10. A High-Efficiency Positive Buck–Boost Converter With Mode-Select Circuit And Feed-Forward Techniques PE10 11. A Motor-Friendly Quasi-Resonant DC-Link With Lossless Variable Zero- Voltage Duration PE11 12. A New Asymmetrical Half-Bridge Converter With Zero DC-Offset Current In Transformer PE12 13. A Nonlinear State Machine For Dead Zone Avoidance And Mitigation In A Synchronous No Inverting Buck–Boost Converter PE13 14. A Novel Quick Response Of RBCOT With VIC Ripple For Buck Converter PE14 15. A Novel RPV (Reactive-Power-Variation) Antiislanding Method Based On Adapted Reactive Power Perturbation PE15 16. A Three-Level Converter With Reduced Filter Size Using Two Transformers And Flying Capacitors PE16 17. Adaptive Step Size With Adaptive-Perturbation-Frequency Digital MPPT Controller For A Single-Sensor Photovoltaic Solar System PE17 18. Advanced Symmetrical Voltage Quadrupler Rectifiers For High Step-Up And High Output-Voltage Converters PE18 19. An Improved Buck PFC Converter With High Power Factor PE19 20. An Improved Soft-Switching Buck Converter With Coupled Inductor PE20 21. An Improved Three-Phase Variable-Band Hysteresis Current Regulator PE21 22. Analysis Of An Interleaved Three-Level ZVS Converter With Series- Connected Transformers PE22 23. Bifilar Winding Of A Center-Tapped Transformer Including Integrated Resonant Inductance For LLC Resonant Converters PE23 24. CCTT-Core Split-Winding Integrated Magnetic For High-Power DC–DC Converters PE24 25. Control Scheme With Voltage Support Capability Fordistributed PE25
    • Generation Inverters Under Voltage Sags 26. Control Strategy For Input-Series-Output-Series High-Frequency AC- Link Inverters PE26 27. Design And Performance Evaluation Of A 200 ?C Interleaved Boost Converter PE27 28. Design Of A Semi active Battery-Ultra capacitor Hybrid Energy Source PE28 29. Dual Half-Bridge DC–DC Converter With Wide-Range ZVS And Zero Circulating Current PE29 31. Dynamic Modeling And Controller Design For A Single-Stage Single- Switch Parallel Boost-Fly back–Fly back Converter PE30 32. Effect Of Control Method On Impedance-Based Interactions In A Buck Converter PE31 33. Efficiency-Oriented Optimal Design Of The LLC Resonant Converter Based On Peak Gain Placement PE32 34. Flatness-Based Control Of Three-Phase Inverter With Output LC Filter PE33 35. High-Efficiency And Low-Cost Tightly Regulated Dual-Output LLC Resonant Converter PE34 36. High-Efficiency Isolated Bidirectional AC–DC Converter For A DC Distribution System PE35 37. High-Efficiency LED Driver Without Electrolytic Capacitor For Street Lighting PE36 38. Hybrid-Frequency Modulation For PWM-Integrated Resonant Converters PE37 39. Improved Pulse-Width Modulation Strategies For Diode-Assisted Buck– Boost Voltage Source Inverter PE38 40. Integration And Operation Of A Single-Phase Bidirectional Inverter With Two Buck/Boost Mppts For DC-Distribution Applications PE39 41. Interleaved Boost Converter With Ripple Cancellation Network PE40 42. Isolated Three-Phase High Power Factor Rectifier Based On The SEPIC Converter Operating In Discontinuous Conduction Mode PE41 43. Light-Load Efficiency Improvement In Buck-Derived Single-Stage Single- Switch PFC Converters PE42 44. Mitigation Of Lower Order Harmonics In A Grid-Connected Single-Phase PV Inverter PE43 45. Modeling And Simulation Of All-Electric Ships With Low-Voltage DC Hybrid Power Systems PE44 46. Modified Fly back For HID Lamp Supply: Design, Modeling, And Control PE45 47. New Digital-Controlled Technique For Battery Charger With Constant Current And Voltage Control Without Current Feedback PE46 48. New Random PWM Technique For A Full-Bridge DC/DC Converter With Harmonics Intensity Reduction And Considering Efficiency PE47 49. Parameter Design Of Damping Networks For The Super buck Converter PE48 50. Secondary-Side Phase-Shift-Controlled ZVS DC/DC Converter With Wide Voltage Gain For High Input Voltage Applications PE49 51. Self-Sustained Oscillating Control Technique For Current-Driven Full- Bridge DC/DC Converter PE50
    • 52. Simplified Averaged Models Of DC–DC Power Converters Suitable For Controller Design And Micro grid Simulation PE51 53. Soft-Switched Dual-Input DC–DC Converter Combining A Boost-Half- Bridge cell And A Voltage-Fed Full-Bridge Cell PE52 54. Soft-Switching Bidirectional DC/DC Converter With A LC Series Resonant Circuit PE53 55. Soft-Switching DC/DC Converter With A Full ZVS Range And Reduced Output Filter for High-Voltage Applications PE54 56. State-Plane Analysis Of Regenerative Snubber For Fly back Converters PE55 57. Zero-Voltage-Switching PWM Resonant Full-Bridge Converter With Minimized Circulating Losses And Minimal Voltage Stresses Of Bridge Rectifiers For Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers PE56 58. A Multiple-Input Multiple-Output DC–DC Converter PE57 59. A Novel Flyback-Based Input PFC Stage for Electronic Ballasts in Lighting Applications PE58 60. Analysis and Design of a New AC–DC Single-Stage Full-Bridge PWM Converter With Two Controllers PE59 61. Analysis and PWM Control of Switched Boost Inverter PE60 62. Composite Nonlinear Feedback Control and Stability Analysis of a Grid- Connected Voltage Source Inverter With LCL Filter PE61 63. Control Design for Multiphase Synchronous Buck Converters Based on Exact Constant Resistive Output Impedance PE62 64. Control Scheme for Reduced Cross-Regulation in Single-Inductor Multiple-Output DC–DC Converters PE63 65. Digital Adaptive Frequency Modulation for Bidirectional DC–DC Converter PE64 66. Extended Range ZVS Active-Clamped Current-Fed Full-Bridge Isolated DC/DC Converter for Fuel Cell Applications: PE65 67. 400 V/1000 kVA Hybrid Automatic Transfer Switch PE66 68 Modeling and Control Design of the Interleave Double Dual Boost Converter PE67 69. Novel Techniques to Suppress the Common-Mode EMI Noise Caused by Transformer Parasitic Capacitances in DC–DC Converters PE68 70. Pulse-Train-Controlled CCM Buck Converter With Small ESR Output- Capacitor PE69 71. Single- and Three-Phase PHEV Onboard Battery Charger Using Small Link Capacitor PE70