Energy conservation in industrial a.c drives - Electrical Machines Projects


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These project are meant for use the knowledge acquired by the students during the coursework and should contribute to the needs of the society. These projects aims to provide an opportunity of designing and building complete system or subsystems in an area where the student like to acquire specialized skills. Maximum Number of Projects per academic year is 50 Numbers - Including Funded Projects. Selection Process will on first come first serve basis.

We Guide projects in the following fields

SCADA For Power Systems Automation

Wind energy generation and storage system

Computation of electric field distribution in a power apparatus.

Controller design for grid tie inverter.

Grid synchronisation in wind power harnessing.

Analysing the needs and options of transmission for renewable energy

Analysing Risk in Electricity Market

Modelling the impact of electricity price tariffs and smart grids on customer demand

Experimental setup of a Microgrid

A power flow analysis model for microgrid

A control scheme for grid connected wind energy generator

Load frequency control of systems.

Investigation of DFIG in a Microgrid

Study on small signal stability of microgrids

Developing techniques for transmission planning.

Determination of efficiency of the Permanent Magnet Motors

Modeling of wind turbine system for an Interior Permanent magnet generator

Condition Monitoring of Power System Equipment

Electrical insulation for high-voltage DC systems

Congestion management in deregulated power system by optimal choice and allocation of FACTS controllers

Dynamic Interaction of Power Plants and Power System in Deregulated Energy Markets


Analysis of stand – alone operation of single phase induction generator with energy storage system

Optimal Relay coordination with Distributed generation

Relay coordination with distributed generation

Control of Double fed Induction Generator facing grid interruptions

Stability improvement of a grid connected Wind energy system

Study on grid connected wind driven induction generator under various fault conditions

Energy optimized control of induction machines

Voltage control of the parallel operated micro hydro synchronous generator and wind driven Induction generator with energy storage

On-Line Tape Changing Power Transformer and reduced line voltage disturbance

Design & Implementation of digital phase sequence indicator

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  3. 3. 48, North Street, Aranarai, Perambalur, Tamil Nadu, India. Email ID:, Website: Phone: 9952749533, Energy conservation in industrial A.C drives ABSTRACT The induction motors can be considered the larger users of electrical energy. They are used both in industrial and commercial sectors in a wide range of applications, such as: fans, compressors, pumps, conveyor, winders, mills, transports, elevators, home appliances and office equipments. In India, the electric motors used in the industrial field consume typically the 60 to 70% of the total adsorbed electrical energy. In the commercial sector, this percentage is up to 35%. With reference to industrial sector, a general purpose electrical motor consumes about an annual quantity of electrical energy equal to 5 times its purchase costs and the motor live can he evaluated around 10 to 12 years. On the base of these considerations, it is possible to obtain consistent energy saving if higher efficiency motors are used in the final applications. World-wide, there exist several standards for testing electric machinery. For induction motors, the four most important are: IEEE Standard 112-1996 IEC 34-2 and IEC 34-2A JEC 37 IS 325 Several national standards are harmonized with regard to one of the three general standards above. The NEMA MG-1- 1993 standard and the Canadian standard C390 correspond to the IEEE standard, while in most of the European countries; the standards are harmonized to IEC 34-2. JEC stands for the Japanese standard. The efficiency value obtained from the considered testing standards can differ by several percent, as will be shown in the measurement results. Moreover, one standard can contain different methods that do not necessarily lead to one firmly determined value.
  4. 4. In this project, international standards are used to evaluate the efficiency of 3.7 KW, 4 pole three- phase induction motor and a logic based energy optimizer is developed using the numerical values obtained from the above standards. iii