Latest Research Area in Power Electronics
Power electronics is the application of solid-state electronics to the control and conversion of electric power. It also refers to a subject of research in electronic and electrical engineering which deals with the design, control, computation and integration of nonlinear, time-varying energy-processing electronic systems with fast dynamics.
The capabilities and economy of power electronics system are determined by the active devices that are available. Their characteristics and limitations are a key element in the design of power electronics systems. Formerly, the mercury arc valve, the high-vacuum and gas-filled diode thermionic rectifiers, and triggered devices such as the thyratron and ignitron were widely used in power electronics. As the ratings of solid-state devices improved in both voltage and current-handling capacity, vacuum devices have been nearly entirely replaced by solid-state devices.
|ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION OF POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DRIVES
||ARMATURE WINDING DESIGNS
||CAD OF SPECIAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
|DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AUTOMATION
||AI AND ANN APPLICATIONS
||ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
|HVDC CONTROL TECHNOLOGY AND HIGH VOLTAGE ENGG.
||INSULATION COORDINATION AND POLLUTION STUDIES
||POWER CONTROL FROM NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES
||POWER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
|POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION
|RESONANT DC LINK PWM INVERTER
||SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR CONVERTERS