PROJECT TITLE :

The Delta-Connected Cascaded H-Bridge Converter Application in Distributed Energy Resources and Fault Ride Through Capability Analysis - 2017

ABSTRACT:

This paper presents a versatile dc voltage balancing management technique of the modular multilevel cascaded converter with single-delta bridge-cells (MMCC-SDBC) within the distributed energy resources (DERs) system for maintaining the stable operation below completely different unbalanced conditions. The unbalanced conditions, as an example, the various output powers of the DERs in bridge cells, and therefore the unbalanced grid faults are considered in the proposed methodology. Also, the comparison of the fault ride through capability between MMCC with single-star bridge-cells and MMCC-SDBC is addressed. The laboratory take a look at results are given to verify the proposed technique and therefore the analysis.


Did you like this research project?

To get this research project Guidelines, Training and Code... Click Here


PROJECT TITLE :Cost-Optimal Caching for D2D Networks With User Mobility: Modeling, Analysis, and Computational Approaches - 2018ABSTRACT:Caching well-liked files at the user equipments (UEs) provides an efficient way to alleviate
PROJECT TITLE :Design, Analysis, and Implementation of ARPKI: An Attack-Resilient Public-Key Infrastructure - 2018ABSTRACT:This Transport Layer Security (TLS) Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) is based on a weakest-link security
PROJECT TITLE :Simulation, Analysis, and Verification of Substrate Currents for Layout Optimization of Smart Power ICsABSTRACT:Today circuit failures in Smart Power ICs because of substrate couplings are partially addressed during
PROJECT TITLE :Modeling, Analysis, and Scheduling of Cluster Tools With Two Independent ArmsABSTRACT:Twin-armed cluster tools for semiconductor manufacturing sometimes have had two arms fixed in opposite directions. Recently,
PROJECT TITLE :Modeling, Analysis, and Detection of Internal Winding Faults in Power TransformersABSTRACT:The winding interturn fault is critical in power transformers since its result is not simply comprehensible at lower magnitude

Ready to Complete Your Academic MTech Project Work In Affordable Price ?

Project Enquiry