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Power Electronics Projects

Single Phase Inverter Using Arduino

In normal speed control of induction motor has been easier by using of microcontroller and semiconductor devices. This project is used to vary the pulse width modulation (pwm) signals by using arduino controller. The firing pulses of IGBT’s are varied .the firing pulse is given to the driver board and control the pulses. Speed control of a single phase induction motor is implemented using Arduino Uno controller. Arduino Uno controller is connected to the PWM inverter. The single phase inverter using arduino output will be compared

Step up DC DC Converter based on Three Winding Inductor

This project is to design a Step up DC DC Converter based on Three Winding Inductor using PIC Microcontroller. The pulse can be generated using PIC Microcontroller.

Quadratic Boost Converter

A quadratic boost converter topology based on a high conversion ratio dc to dc converter with an active zero-voltage switching (ZVS) snubber circuit is developed for PV system application. The snubber circuit is used to protect the device and also provide smooth switching. The re-boost inductor, a coupled inductor and charge-pump circuits are proposed to achieve the high voltage gain with quadratic function. A first inductor is proposed to re-boost the voltage gain to make the output voltage is higher. The converter operating principle of the proposed conversion system is described in the detailed converter analysis. Simulation and experimental results are used to verify the performance of the quadratic boost converter with the maximum power point tracking controller (MPPT) in the PV inverter system.

Double Frequency Buck Converter

An increasing the switching frequency can improve the dynamics of power converters, but the efficiency may be degraded. Vary the efficiency and dynamics of power converters is a concerned in power electronics. This converter has two buck cells one works at high frequency and another works at low frequency. It works that current in the high-frequency switch is diverted through the low-frequency switch. The converter operates at very high frequency without adding control circuit’s .The switching loss of the converter remains small. This project is increased the steady state and transient response with low switching losses. Double frequency buck converter voltage is depends on the high frequency buck cell parameters, and is independent of the low-frequency buck cell parameters. This DF buck converter greatly improves the efficiency and exhibits nearly the same dynamics as the conventional high-frequency buck converter. This project can be extended to other dc–dc converters by the double frequency switch inductor and three terminal network structure.

Conventional Buck Converter

The dc-dc power converters are gaining more attention in the power electronic research field. To cross the voltage demand, single input and multiple output topologies (SIMO) are developed. So many converters are available under this category. Integrated Dual Output Converter (IDOC) is one of the single input multi output topologies. IDOC is a DC-DC power converter which performs both buck and boost operations. The single power supply is used both simultaneously. The both of the switches in the IDOC can be connected in series. And operated to obtain the boost and buck voltages. In this project, the basic operation of IDOC is presented and compared with conventional buck converter. The hardware of IDOC with 100W is developed and tested. Also the experimental results are compared with the simulation results. Also the performance comparison among buck, boost and IDOC converters are tested.

DC To DC Converter With Soft Switching Capability

To increase the conversion efficiency and soft switching by using dc to dc converter with soft switching capability

Bridgeless Boost Converter Using TMS320F2812

In this project we have implemented bridge less boost converter in texas based digital signal controllers.The project was tested on TMS320F2812 platform.

Iot Projects for Electrical

IoT based Smart Grid System using Arduino

In this project smart grid is implemented using arduino,data was sent to the cloud.

Boost Converter using Arduino

In this project we have implemented boost converter using arduino.

Power Electronics and Drives

BLDC Motor Control using dSPIC Microcontroller

This project describes the speed control of BLDC motor with the dsPIC30F4011 Digital Signal Controller. By using the Hall effect sensors of BLDC Motor, the dsPIC30F4011 controller generates the controlled switching pulses for inverter. The speed control is done by changing the duty cycle of PWM from dsPIC30F4011. The motor speed is measured by using the proximity sensor placed on the BLDC Motor and displayed on LCD.

Induction Motor Speed Control using Spartan6 FPGA Kit

This project describes the speed control of Induction motor with the Spartan6 Digital Signal Controller. By comparing the sine and triangular wave (internal) Spartan6 generates the controlled switching pulses for inverter. The speed control is done by changing the frequency of reference sine from Spartan6. The motor speed is measured by using the proximity sensor placed on the Induction Motor and displayed on LCD.

PMDC Motor control using dSPIC

In this project the speed control of PMDC motor using dsPIC30F4011 was explained. The controller generates the PWM to drive the motor. The speed of the motor can be varied by changing the duty cycle of the PWM. The motor speed is monitored by using the proximity sensor placed in the motor. Here Open loop and closed loop operation can be done. In Open loop operation the speed of the motor is controlled manually. In closed loop operation the speed of the motor is controlled automatically with respect to the set speed.

Proximity Sensor Interfacing with FPGA to measure speed of the Motor Rotation

In this project Proximity sensor interfaced with Spartan3an FPGA Starter kit to measure the speed of induction Motor. The RPM is displayed on LCD through the FPGA. For this purpose external motor source is placed with variable speed increment and decrement.


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