Power Electronics IEEE Projects

Why Power Electronics Projects?

Power electronics is one of the minds sharpening technology which is designing with the semiconductor devices like rectifiers, switches, transistors etc. The domain which is applied in between the source and application (load) devices, for Converting and inverting the range of power (voltage*current) which placed in between that medium for obtaining run time output. Simulation part will be executed with the help of Software called as Matlab. The field (Power electronics) is a place for students those who are ready to chase century in the innovative world. Chargers for laptops and mobile phone, solar panel, UPS, Electric charger bike are the some real time examples for this ingenious domain.

Why Power Electronics Projects at Uniq?

It is a time say lucky peoples those who all are join with this innovation and they are EEE, ECE, E&I, ICE students. Our techies trained the students not only regarding their desire technically. Training offered as practical demonstration as like a MNC’s. The development of our techies is derived from latest IEEE standard. The students can create a project within an allowance. Give your arrival to our foremost Project Centre located at Coimbatore and makes all your thoughts comes true.

Power Electronics Projects

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I.POWER ELECTRONICS based MULTI-PORT SYSTEMS

  1. An Interleaved Half-Bridge Three-Port Converter With Enhanced Power Transfer Capability Using Three-Leg Rectifier for Renewable Energy Applications. (IEEE 2017)
  2. Secondary-Side-Regulated Soft-Switching Full Bridge Three-Port Converter Based on Bridgeless Boost Rectifier and Bidirectional Converter for Multiple Energy Interface.(IEEE 2017)
  3. Analysis, Design, Modeling and Control of an Interleaved-Boost Full-Bridge Three Port Converter for Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems. (IEEE 2017)
  4. A Triple Active Bridge DC-DC Converter Capable of Achieving Full-Range ZVS .(IEEE 2017)

II.POWER ELECTRONICS based RENEWABLE ENERGY

  1. High-Gain Single-Stage Boosting Inverter for Photovoltaic Applications. (IEEE 2017)
  2. A Single-Phase PV Quasi-Z-Source Inverter With Reduced Capacitance Using Modified Modulation and Double-Frequency Ripple Suppression Control. (IEEE 2017)
  3. A Medium Frequency Transformer-Based Wind Energy Conversion System Used for Current Source Converter Based Offshore Wind Farm. (IEEE 2017)
  4. Ultra-capacitor-Battery Hybrid Energy Storage System Based on the Asymmetric Bidirectional Z Source Topology for EV. (IEEE 2017)
  5. Efficient Single Phase Transformer less Inverter for Grid-Tied PVG System With Reactive Power Control. (IEEE 2017)
  6. Highly Reliable Transformer less Photovoltaic Inverters with Leakage Current and Pulsating Power Elimination. (IEEE 2017)

III.POWER ELECTRONICS based CONVERTERS

  1. High Gain DC–DC Converter Based on the Cockcroft–Walton Multiplier. (IEEE 2017)
  2. A Three-State Switching Boost Converter Mixed With Magnetic Coupling and Voltage Multiplier Techniques for High Gain Conversion. (IEEE 2017)
  3. High-Efficiency Coupled-Inductor-Based Step-Down Converter. (IEEE 2017)
  4. A Family of Isolated Buck-Boost Converters Based on Semi active Rectifiers for High- Output Voltage Applications. (IEEE 2017)
  5. High-Efficiency LLC Resonant Converter with High Voltage Gain Using an Auxiliary LC Resonant Circuit. (IEEE 2017)
  6. Multi-input Step-Up Converters Based on the Switched-Diode-Capacitor Voltage Accumulator. (IEEE 2017)
  7. Split-Phase Control: Achieving Complete Soft Charging Operation of a Dickson Switched-Capacitor Converter. (IEEE 2017)
  8. High-Efficiency Coupled-Inductor-Based Step-Down Converter. (IEEE 2017)

IV. POWER ELECTRONICS based POWER FACTOR CORRECTION CONVERTER

  1. LCL Filter Design for Three-phase Two-level Power Factor Correction using Line Impedance Stabilization Network. (IEEE 2017)
  2. Control of a Single-Stage Three-Phase Boost Power Factor Correction Rectifier. (IEEE 2017)
  3. A bidirectional single-stage three-phase Rectifier with high-frequency Isolation and power factor Correction. (IEEE 2017)
  4. Bumpless Control for Reduced THD in Power Factor Correction Circuits. (IEEE 2017)

V.POWER ELECTRONICS based INVERTERS

  1. Analysis and Design of Modified Half-Bridge Series Resonant Inverter with DC-LinkNeutral-Point Clamped Cell. (IEEE 2017)
  2. Hybrid Modulation Scheme for a High-Frequency AC-Link Inverter. (IEEE 2017)
  3. A Coupled Inductor Based High Boost Inverter with Sub–Unity Turns–Ratio Range(IEEE 2017)
  4. Switched-Coupled-Inductor Quasi-Z-Source Inverter. (IEEE 2017)
  5. Dual Buck Inverter with Series Connected Diodes and Single Inductor. (IEEE 2017)
  6. Three-Phase Split-Source Inverter (SSI): Analysis and Modulation. (IEEE 2017)
  7. A Pulse-width Modulation Technique for High Voltage Gain Operation of Three-PhaseZ-Source Inverters. (IEEE 2017)

VI. POWER ELECTRONICS based MULTILEVEL INVERTERS

  1. A Family of Five-Level Dual-Buck Full-Bridge Inverters for Grid-Tied Applications(IEEE 2017)
  2. A Single DC Source Cascaded Seven-Level Inverter Integrating Switched Capacitor Techniques. (IEEE 2017)
  3. An Enhanced Single Phase Step-Up Five-Level Inverter. (IEEE 2017)
  4. A New Cascaded Switched-Capacitor Multilevel Inverter Based on Improved Series– Parallel Conversion with Less Number of Components. (IEEE 2017)
  5. Design and Implementation of a Novel Multilevel DC–AC Inverter. (IEEE 2017)