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2014 IEEE International Conference on Power

Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems (PEDES 2014)


16-19 December 2014, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India
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Contents
Welcome 5
Plenary Speakers

6-11

Committees 12
Tutorial Speakers

14

Session Chairs

15

Program PEDES 2014

18

Detailed Program

22-47

CTC

22

EM

26

EVAA

29

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 31

PD-Pdesign 34

DG-MG 36

PEDES 41

Poster 43

Reviewers 48

Welcome
It is our privilege to welcome you to Mumbai and to IIT Bombay for the IEEE International Conference
on Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems, PEDES-2014. The conference has eminent plenary
speakers, tutorials in topics of current interest, and paper presentation sessions, spanning the four
days from 16 to 19 December 2014. The conference has a wide technical range covering the
major aspects associated with power electronic converters and devices, electric drives, renewable
energy, power quality, automotive applications, and several other related topics. PEDES-2014 is
co-sponsored by four IEEE Societies: the Industry Applications Society, the Industrial Electronics
Society, the Power Electronics Society, and the Power and Energy Society.
IIT Bombay, the conference venue, is a residential campus for students and faculty. It is situated
between two lakes, Powai and Vihar, and hosts a diverse wildlife within its green cover. And Mumbai,
the city in which IIT Bombay is located, is Indias financial center. Mumbai, the capital city of the
State of Maharashtra, is one of Indias most diverse cities, with a rich heritage to which many
communities have contributed over several centuries. We hope that during your stay for PEDES2014 you would have the chance to explore both, the IIT Bombay campus, and the city of Mumbai.
We welcome you again to PEDES-2014, and hope that you have a very fruitful time at the conference.
Mukul Chandorkar
Uday Deshpande
General Chairs

Suryanarayana Doolla
Anshuman Shukla
General Co-chairs

Plenary Speaker
Title: Graduate Courses in Electric Power, Power Electronics and Electric Drives
Abstract: Electric Power Systems, Power Electronics and Electric Drives are interrelated sub-areas.
Therefore the curriculum at the masters level (PhD courses may be more specialized) should be holistic that
includes courses from all three sub-areas.
Prof. Ned Mohan

With the above goal in mind, this presentation will describe 13 graduate-level courses developed at the
University of Minnesota, with the aim of disseminating them worldwide. This is a collaborative effort to
archive the knowledge of people from academia and industry in their areas of expertise. The content of
several of these courses has already been uploaded to the CUSP website (www.cusp.umn.edu) and the
rest will soon be uploaded.
Having the course content available allows the flexibility in many different ways to those teaching these
courses. Another possibility that will be discussed in this presentation is to offer them online through the
internet.
Biography: Ned Mohan (LF-IEEE) joined the University of Minnesota in 1975, where he is Oscar A.
Schott Professor of Power Electronic Systems and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Professor. He received
his Bachelors degree from the Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur in 1967. His PhD in Electrical
Engineering and Masters in Nuclear Engineering are from UW-Madison. He has written 5 textbooks; all
together, they have been translated into eight languages. He has graduated 35 PhDs. His area of research is
in power electronics applied to power systems and he holds several patents.
Ned Mohan received the H.T. Morse Distinguished Teaching Award for undergraduate education from the
University of Minnesota in 2007. He has received 2008 IEEE-PES Outstanding Educator Award, 2010 IEEE
Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2010 UWIG Achievement Award from Utility Wind Integration Group,
2011 Distinguished Alumnus Award from IIT-Kharagpur (India), and 2012 IEEE Power & Energy Society
Ramakumar Family Renewable Energy Excellence Award. In 2013, he received the Innovative Program
Award from the ECE Department Heads Association made up of over 250 U.S. universities. In 2014, he
received the Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award from the University of Minnesota and the IEEE Nari
Hingorani FACTS Award from the IEEE Power & Energy Society.
He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

Plenary Speaker
Title: Emerging Technologies for Renewable Energy Conversion

Prof. Braham
Ferreira

Abstract: With a few exceptions all renewable energy needs to be converters to electricity, usually 50 or
60 Hz ac. Renewable energy generation is evolving at rapid pace, for example the price of PV panels have
dropped significantly and the economics of scale favour larger wind turbines. Conversion technology needs
to keep up and new principles of renewable energy conversion may open up new opportunities. In the
presentation three emerging technologies will be discussed:
- PV-cell integrated converters using GaN devices.
- Wind turbine generator concepts with simplified mechanics; direct drive concentrated winding designs,
flexible wind turbine designs and brushless DFIG.
- Electrostatic actuators for wind and wave energy generation.
Biography: Braham Ferreira received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD in electrical engineering from the Rand
Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1980, 1982 and 1988 respectively. In 1981 he was
with the Institute of Power Electronics and Electric Drives, Technical University of Aachen, and worked as
a systems engineer at ESD Pty (Ltd) from 1982-1985. From 1986 thru 1997 he was at the Department of
Electrical Engineering, Rand Afrikaans University, where he held the Carl and Emily Fuchs Chair of Power
Electronics in later years. Since 1998 he is holding the chair in Power electronics and Electrical Machines at
the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands and served as head of the Department during 20062010. Dr. Ferreira is author and co-author of 90 journal and transactions papers, 300 conference papers
and 15 patents; was awarded 15 prize paper awards en was in 2014 the recipient of the Gerald Kliman
Innovator award. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
IEEE Activies South Africa Joint IAS/PELS/PES/IES chapter, chair (1993-6); South Africa Section, chair
(1991-2); IEEE representative on SAIEE Council (1992-7); IEEE AFRICON 96, technical program chairman;
IAS Power Electronic Devices and Components committee, chair (1998-9); Benelux Joint IAS/PELS chapter,
founding chair (1999 2001); PELS Transactions, associate editor (2000-present); PELS AdCom member-at
large( 1999-2005); PELS treasurer (2005-2010); PELS Vice-President Meetings (2011-4); PELS Presidentelect (2015-6)
Other activities Dutch Representative on the Executive Council of the European Power Electronic
Association [EPE](1999 2002, 2007-2010); Dutch working group CIGRE National Study Committee 14 [
application of power electronics in utilities], chair (1999 2002); FEPPCON, technical program co-chair
(2001, 2004, 2009); EPE Solar Energy Chapter, founding chair (2011).

Plenary Speaker
Title: Converter Control for Power hardware in the Loop (PHIL) Simulation

Prof. Arindam
Ghosh

Abstract: In Power Hardware-in-the-Loop (PHIL) simulations, a digitally simulated power system which is
run in near real-time is interfaced to a real piece of hardware, usually called the hardware under test (HuT).
PHIL provides a safe environment to run different type of tests which may be expensive, impossible or risky
to be practically examined. A Real Time Digital Simulator (RTDS) with high speed, parallel processors and
several input and output cards can be used to interface a simulated network to a real world hardware.
Stable operation of the system is the most important challenge of a PHIL implementation. Also, accuracy
of the results is another important issue. An ideal interface between the simulated network and HuT has
a unity gain and does not impose any distortion to the system. However, in practical cases even if a PHIL
simulation is stable, the imperfection of the interface and computation time of the simulator will cause
some erroneous results. In this talk, the stability and accuracy aspects of PHIL implementations will be
presented when a switching converter is used as an amplifier.
Biography: Arindam Ghosh obtained his Ph.D. from University of Calgary, Canada in 1983. He joined IIT
Kanpur in 1985 as an Assistant Professor and became a Professor in 1991. From May 2006 to November
2013, he was with Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. Current he is a Research Academic
Professor at Curtin University, Perth. His current research focus is Renewable Energy and Distributed
Generation, Smart Green Grids and Power Electronics Applications to Power Systems. He is a Fellow of IEEE,
Indian National Academy of Engineering and Institution of Engineers (India).

Plenary Speaker
Title: Predictive Control - The Powerful Method to Control Power Converters and Drives in the Future
Abstract: Up to now the control of electrical power using power converters has been based on the
principle of mean value, using pulse width modulation with linear controllers in a cascaded structure.
Recent research works have demonstrated that it is possible to use Predictive Control to control electrical
energy with the use of power converters, without using modulators and linear controllers. This is a new
Prof. Ralph Kennel approach that will have a strong impact on control in power electronics in coming decades.
Biography: Ralph M. Kennel was born in 1955 at Kaiserslautern (Germany). In 1979 he got his diploma
degree and in 1984 his Dr.-Ing. (Ph.D.) degree from the University of Kaiserslautern.
From 1983 to 1999 he worked on several positions with Robert BOSCH GmbH (Germany). Until 1997 he was
responsible for the development of servo drives. Dr. Kennel was one of the main supporters of VECON and
SERCOS interface, two multi-company development projects for a microcontroller and a digital interface
especially dedicated to servo drives. Furthermore he took actively part in the definition and release of new
standards with respect to CE marking for servo drives.
Between 1997 and 1999 Dr. Kennel was responsible for Advanced and Product Development of Fractional
Horsepower Motors in automotive applications. His main activity was preparing the introduction of
brushless drive concepts to the automotive market.
From 1994 to 1999 Dr. Kennel was appointed Visiting Professor at the University of Newcastle-uponTyne (England, UK). From 1999 - 2008 he was Professor for Electrical Machines and Drives at Wuppertal
University (Germany). Since 2008 he is Professor for Electrical Drive systems and Power Electronics at
Technische Universitaet Muenchen (Germany). His main interests today are: Sensorless control of AC drives,
predictive control of power electronics and Hardware-in-the-Loop systems.
Dr. Kennel is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Fellow of IET (former IEE) and a Chartered Engineer in the UK.
Within IEEE he is Treasurer of the Germany Section as well as Distinguished Lecturer and ECCE Global
Partnership Chair of the Power Electronics Society (IEEE-PELS). Dr. Kennel has received in 2013 the Harry
Owen Distinguished Service Award from IEEE-PELS. Dr. Kennel has significant experience in evaluating and
accrediting University courses according to German, European and International Accreditation programs.
He is a member of the ASiiN Commission for Program Accreditation deciding on several dozens of courses
from German Universities. Besides that Dr. Kennel has got international experience by accrediting courses
at Sanaa University (Yemen), Hanoi University of Technology (Vietnam) and Can Tho University (Vietnam).
He has experience with Middle European University system as well as with the British University system.
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Plenary Speaker
Title: Advance Power Electronic Converters for Renewable Energy Systems
Abstract: Two major technologies will play important role to meet the growing energy needs of today and
tomorrow. One is the energy from clean renewable energy sources will see a constant raise in the next
century. The other is to use high efficient power electronic conversion technologies in power generation,
power transmission/distribution and end-user applications. The presentation discuss the most emerging
renewable energy sources such as: wind, photovoltaic, fuel cells and wave-energy systems and the role of
Prof. Prasad Enjeti power electronics as the center piece of an enabling technology. Emphasis will be on cost and performance.
The presentation will cover the developments in wind, PV and other renewable energy systems from kW
to MW and will discuss which power electronic solutions are most feasible, cost effective and also review
future trends in wide band gap power semiconductor device applications.
Biography:
Prasad N. Enjeti (M85-SM88-F00) received his B.E. degree from Osmania University, Hyderabad, India,
in 1980, the M.Tech degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, in 1982, and Ph.D. degree from
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, in 1988, all in Electrical Engineering. He is a member of Texas
A&M University faculty since 1988 and is widely acknowledged to be a distinguished teacher, scholar
and researcher. His research emphasis on industry-based issues, solved within an academic context, has
attracted significant external funding. Up until now, he has graduated 22 PhD students and 11 of them hold
academic positions in leading Universities in the world. He along with his students has received numerous
best paper awards from the IEEE Industry Applications and Power Electronics Society. His primary research
interests are in advancing power electronic converter designs to address complex power management
issues such as: active harmonic filtering, adjustable speed motor drives, power conditioning systems for
fuel cells, wind and solar energy systems.

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Plenary Speaker
Title: Object oriented Modeling & simulation of Power Electronic Systems

Prof. V. V. Sastry

Abstract: Knowing the interdisciplinary nature of Power Electronics as an area, the emphasis in modeling
and simulation is attempted using the simulators like Saber ( from Synopsis) and DYMOLA ( from 3DS)
simulators. Models are built using languages like MAST or Modelica, so that the models can be version
controlled and model libraries could be built and reused with encryption to maintain the integrity as well
as the IP. MAST Models built are based on the laws of conservation for all analog systems and are physics
based and have a graphical front end. Post processing, analysis and report preparation are the additional
features of Saber, which helps in the productivity of the model developers. Much of the work presented is
based on the work done at IIT- Madras. Today one finds its student version called Saber RD.
Modelica / DYMOLA has all the best features of Saber and is affordable by universities in India and abroad.
Power electronics simulation built at Iowa state university, Ames, USA is based on this tool.
The reason why these are chosen for this talk is purely based on the authors experience in the field of
modeling and simulation and is not any recommendation of these tools.
Biography: Sastry V. Vedula,( Life Sen. Member IEEE, FNAE) received his Ph.D. degree from Indian Institute
of Technology, Kharagpur in 1968.He was with Indian Institute of Technology, Madras since then, till
August 1998 in various capacities with his last designation being Professor of Electrical Engineering &
Head of Computer center. He was with the following institutions in USA: Iowa State University (1998-2002),
United Technologies Corporation (2002-2012). He visited other countries such as Germany, Singapore and
Sri Lanka as an academic on various occasions, during his tenure with IIT- Madras, India. He is presently
with Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering (GVPCE), Vishakapatnam, India as a Senior Professor of
EE department.
He had published widely in IEEE journals and has numerous patents taken in India and USA. Sastry Vedula
had won awards given by Govt. of India and Institutions in India on a number of occasions.

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Committee
General Chair
Prof. Mukul Chandorkar
Dr. Uday Deshpande

IIT Bombay
General Atomics, USA

General Co-Chairs
Prof. Suryanarayana Doolla
Prof. Anshuman Shukla

IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay

Technical Program Chairs


Prof. Vivek Agarwal
Prof. B. G. Fernandes
Prof. K. Gopakumar

IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay
IISc Bangalore

Industry Interaction and Exhibit Chairs


Mr. Ashok Jagatia
Mr. Abhay Phansikar

Acevin Solutions, Mumbai


Acevin Solutions, Mumbai

Technical Chairs
Converter Topologies & Control (CTC):
Prof. Vinod John
Dr. Alireza Nami
Prof. Anshuman Shukla
Electrical Machines & Industrial Drives (EMDrive):
Prof. G. Narayanan
Prof. Kamalesh Hatua
Prof. Kishore Chatterjee
Renewable Energy, Distributed Generation and Microgrid (RE&MG):
Prof. L. Umanand
Prof. Suryanarayana Doolla
Prof. B. G. Fernandes
Power Quality, HVDC and Facts: (PQHVDCFacts)
Prof. Anil Kulkarni
Prof. Mahesh Kumar
Prof. Sincy Eapen George

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IISc Bangalore
ABB, Sweden
IIT Bombay
IISc Bangalore
IIT Madras
IIT Bombay
IISc. Bangalore
IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay
IIT Madras
Father Agnel College, Vashi

Electric Vehicle and Automotive Applications: (ElecVehicle)


Prof. Kaushik Rajashekara
Prof. Praveen Kumar
Dr. Suresh Gopalakrishnan
Power Devices, Packaging and EMI (PDPE):
Dr. Ritu Sodhi
Prof. Akshay Rathore
Prof. H. M. Suryavanshi

University of Texas, Dallas


IIT Gauwahati
General Motors
Empower Semiconductor
NUS, Singapore
VNIT, Nagpur

Tutorials Chair
Chair: Prof. S. P. Das

IIT Kanpur

Publications Committee
Chair: Prof. Suryanarayana Doolla
Co-Chair: Prof. Anshuman Shukla

IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay

Finance Committee
Chair: Prof. Kishore Chatterjee
Co-Chair: Prof. S. V. Kulkarni

IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay

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Tutorial Speakers

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Dr. Ali Reza Nami


ABB AB Corporate Research, Sweden

Dr. Tobias Geyer


ABB, Switzerland

Prof. Sudip Mazumder


University of Illinois, Chicago

Prof. Santanu Mishra


IIT Kanpur

Session Chairs
Name

Institute

Date and Day

Akshay Rathore

National University of Singapore

Ali Reza Nami

Session

Time

Track

Wednesday 17- CTC 1.2


Dec-2014

16:45 - 18:30

Converter
Topologies and
Control

ABB Sweden

Wednesday 17- EM 1.1


Dec-2014

11.30 - 13.00

Electrical
Machines and
Drives

Amit Gupta

Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd

Wednesday 17- EVAA 1.1


Dec-2014

16:45 - 18:30

Electric Vehicles
and Automotive
Applications

Abhay Phanskar

Acevin, Mumbai

Wednesday 17- DG_MG 1.4


Dec-2014

16:45 - 18:30

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

P. N. Tekwani

Institute of Technology, Nirma


University, Ahmedabad

Wednesday 17- DG_MG 1.1


Dec-2014

11.30 - 13.00

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Rajendra Sawant

Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil


college of Engineering (PVPPCOE)

Wednesday 17- PQ-HVDCDec-2014


FACTS 1.2

16:45 - 18:30

Power Quality,
HVDC and Facts

Sandeep Anand

IIT Kanpur

Wednesday 17- DG_MG 1.2


Dec-2014

11.30 - 13.00

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Santanu Mishra

IIT Kanpur

Wednesday 17- CTC 1.1


Dec-2014

11.30 - 13.00

Converter
Topologies and
Control

Vandana Rallabandi GE Global Research

Wednesday 17- DG_MG 1.3


Dec-2014

16:45 - 18:30

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Ashok Jagatia

Acevin, Mumbai

Wednesday 17- PQ-HVDCDec-2014


FACTS 1.1

11.30 - 1.00

Power Quality,
HVDC and Facts

Amit Gupta

Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd

Thursday 18Dec-2014

16:45 - 18:30

Electric Vehicles
and Automotive
Applications

EVAA 2.1

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Name

Institute

Date and Day

Session

Time

Track

Ashok Jagatia

Acevin

Thursday 18Dec-2014

EM 2.1

11.30 - 13.00

Electrical
Machines and
Drives

Himanshu Bahirat

IIT Bombay

Thursday 18Dec-2014

PQ-HVDCFACTS 2.2

16:45 - 18:30

Power Quality,
HVDC and Facts

Mahesh Illindala

The Ohio State University, USA

Thursday 18Dec-2014

DG_MG 2.1

11.30 - 1.00

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Mohan Aware

VNIT, Nagpur

Thursday 18Dec-2014

DG_MG 2.2

11.30 - 1.00

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Ranjan Behera

IIT Patna

Thursday 18Dec-2014

CTC 2.1

11.30 - 13.00

Converter
Topologies and
Control

Ranjan Behera

IIT Patna

Thursday 18Dec-2014

DG_MG 2.3

16:45 - 18:30

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Sandeep Anand

IIT Kanpur

Thursday 18Dec-2014

DG_MG 2.4

16:45 - 18:30

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Yerramreddy
Srinivasa Rao

Sardar Patel Institute of


Technology

Thursday 18Dec-2014

CTC 2.2

16:45 - 18:30

Converter
Topologies and
Control

Yerramreddy
Srinivasa Rao

Sardar Patel Institute of


Technology

Thursday 18Dec-2014

PQ-HVDCFACTS 2.1

11.30 - 13.00

Power Quality,
HVDC and Facts

Rajendra Sawant

PVPPCOE, Mumbai

Friday 19-Dec2014

PEDES

11.00 - 12.30

PEDES General
Track

Bhakti Joshi

IIT Mandi

Friday 19-Dec2014

DG_MG 3.1

09:00 - 10:30

Distributed
Generation and
Microgrids

Himanshu Bahirat

IIT Bombay

Friday 19-Dec2014

PQ-HVDCFACTS 3.1

11.00 - 12.30

Power Quality,
HVDC and Facts

Friday 19-Dec2014

PD-Pdesign
3.1

09:00 - 10:30

Power Devices,
Power
Electronics
Design issues

Sincy Eapen George Father Agnel College, Vashi

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Name

Institute

Date and Day

Session

Time

Track

Mohan Aware

VNIT, Nagpur

Friday 19-Dec2014

EM 3.2

11.00 - 12.30

Electrical
Machines and
Drives

Vandana Rallabandi GE Global Reseach, Bengaluru

Friday 19-Dec2014

EM 3.1

09:30 - 11:00

Electrical
Machines and
Drives

Vivek Agarwal

IIT Bombay

Friday 19-Dec2014

CTC 3.2

11.00 - 12.30

Converter
Topologies and
Control

Yash Veer Singh

GE Global Reseach, Bengaluru

Friday 19-Dec2014

CTC 3.1

09:00 - 10:30

Converter
Topologies and
Control

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2014 IEEE International Conference on Power


Tuesday 16-Dec-2014

Victor Menezes Convention Centre - IIT Bombay


Foyer
08:30 - 09:30

Main Auditorium

Registration

09:30 - 11:00

Modular Multilevel Converter Technology for HVDC


Applications Forms and Functions
Speaker: Dr. Ali Reza Nami

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee /Tea Break

11:30 - 13:00

Modular Multilevel Converter Technology for HVDC


Applications Forms and Functions
Speaker: Dr. Ali Reza Nami

13:00 - 14:00
14:00 - 15:30

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

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Lunch: Cafeteria Area (Ground Floor )


Switching-Sequence and Switching-Transition based
Control of Power Electronics Systems
Speakers: Prof. Sudip Mazumder and Dr. Tobias Geyer

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee / Tea Break

16:00 - 17:30

Switching-Sequence and Switching-Transition Based


Control of Power Electronics Systems Speakers: Prof.
Sudip Mazumder and Dr. Tobias Geyer

07:30 - 09:00

Registration

09:00 - 09:30

Inaugural Session

09:30 - 10:15

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. Ned Mohan

10:15 - 11:00

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. Braham Ferreira

11:00 - 11:30

Tea/Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00

CTC 1.1

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch: Cafeteria Area (Ground Floor )

14:00 - 14:45

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. Arindam Ghosh

14:45 - 16:15

Poster Session - 1 - First Floor Foyer Area

16:15 - 16:45

Tea/Coffee Break

16:45 - 18:30

CTC 1.2

19:30 - 22:00
CTC
EVAA
PQ-HVDC-FACTS
DG-MG

Seminar Hall-2 (Ground Floor)

Tutorials

Date / Time

Dinner: Cafeteria Area (Ground Floor)

Converter Topologies and Control,


Electric Vehicles and Automotive Applications
Power Quality - HVDC- FACTS
Distributed Generation and Microgrids

PEDES
PD-Pdesign
EM

PEDES General Track


Power Devices, Power Electronics Design issues
Electrical Machines & Industrial Drives

Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems (PEDES 2014)


Seminar Hall-3 (Ground Floor)

Seminar Hall-4 (Ground Floor)

Seminar Hall-11 (First Floor)

Seminar Hall-12 (First Floor)

EM 1.1

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 1.1

DG-MG 1.1

DG-MG 1.2

EVAA 1.1

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 1.2

DG-MG 1.3

DG-MG 1.4

Design Concepts for a Robust


Nanogrid
Speaker: Prof. Santanu Mishra
Design Concepts for a Robust
Nanogrid
Speaker: Prof. Santanu Mishra

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Victor Menezes Convention Centre - IIT Bombay

Date / Time

Foyer

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

08:30 - 09:30

Main Auditorium

09:30 - 10:15

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. Ralph Kennel

10:15 - 11:00

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. Prasad Enjeti

11:00 - 11:30

Tea / Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00

CTC 2.1

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch: Cafeteria Area (Ground Floor)

14.00 - 14.45

Plenary Key Note Address by


Prof. V. V. Sastry

14:45 - 16:15

Poster Session - 2 - First Floor Foyer Area

16:15 - 16:45

Tea / Coffee Break

16:45 - 18:30
Friday 19-Dec-2014

08:30 - 09:30

CTC 2.2
Registration

09:00 - 10:30

CTC 3.1

10:30 - 11:00

Tea / Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30

CTC
EVAA
PQ-HVDC-FACTS
DG-MG

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Seminar Hall-2 (Ground Floor)

Registration

CTC 3.2

12:30 - 13:15

Valedictory Session

13:15 - 14:15

Lunch: Cafeteria Area (Ground Floor VMCC)

Converter Topologies and Control,


Electric Vehicles and Automotive Applications
Power Quality - HVDC- FACTS
Distributed Generation and Microgrids

PEDES
PD-Pdesign
EM

PEDES General Track


Power Devices, Power Electronics Design issues
Electrical Machines & Industrial Drives

Seminar Hall-3 (Ground Floor)

Seminar Hall-4 (Ground Floor)

Seminar Hall-11 (First Floor)

Seminar Hall-12 (First Floor)

EM 2.1

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 2.1

DG-MG 2.1

DG-MG 2.2

EVAA 2.1

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 2.2

DG-MG 2.3

DG-MG 2.4

EM 3.1

PD-Pdesign 3.1

DG-MG 3.1

EM 3.2

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 3.1

PEDES

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CTC

Detailed Program
Converter Topologies and Control
17-12-2014 (Wednesday) to 19-12-2014 (Friday)

22

PID

Track: Converter Topologies and Control

58

Baiju Payyappilly and Dr. Vinod John. An accurate CV-CC Non-isolated Buck Battery
Charger Using Primary side PWM Controller

85

Amrith Poonacha M, Sharanabasawa Arali and Dr. Uma Rao K. Design, Analysis and
Experimental validation of RCD Reset Forward Converter

87

Praveenkumar Medarametla, Ponnambalam Pathipooranam and Krishnamurthy


Kasilingam. Comparison of Fuzzy and MPC based Buck Converter

125

Ranjan Kumar Behera and Olorunfemi Ojo. Modeling, Control and Experimental
Realization of a 10 KW Grid Connected PV Power System

327

Saichand Kasicheyanula and John Vinod. Switch Control of Ultracapacitor based


Bidirectional DC/DC Backup System using PWM Block method

305

Shivani Srivastava and Amit Kumar Jain. High Performance Constant Switching
Frequency Hysteresis-Based Direct Torque Control Technique

CTC

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

CTC 1.1

11.30 - 13.00

CTC 1.2

16:45 - 18:30
165

Mummadi Veerachary. Modeling and Analysis of Two-input DC-DC Converter

421

Akash Garg and Anshuman Shukla. NEW SPACE VECTOR MODULATION APPROACH FOR
MULTILEVEL CONVERTERS

390

Kartik Iyer and Ned Mohan. Asymmetrical Converters with Medium Frequency
Transformer Isolation to Interface Low Voltage DC to a Medium Voltage Three Phase Grid

361

Sachin Jain and Vivek Agarwal. HIGH-GAIN BOOST CONVERTER WITH COUPLED
INDUCTOR AND SWITCHED CAPACITOR FOR LOW VOLTAGE RENEWABLE ENERGY
SOURCES

180

Kapil Jha and Santanu Mishra. Boost based Power Amplifier for Power Hardware in Loop
Simulations

36

Akshay Rathore and Pan Xuewei. Small Signal Modeling of Naturally Clamped Softswitching Current-fed Dual Active Bridge (CFDAB) DC/DC Converter and Control Design
using Cypress PSoC

406

Prof. Dr. P. N. Tekwani and M. T. Shah. Current Error Space Phasor based Hystersis
Controller Applied to Bidirectional Front-End Boost-Converter for Unity Power Factor and
Low THD

393

Ramanjaneya Reddy U, Vijay Babu Koreboina and Narasimharaju B. L. Optimized Dual


Active Bridge Bi-Directional DC-DC converter for UPS Application

23

CTC

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

PID

CTC 2.1

11.30 - 13.00
391

Venkat Nag Someswar Rao Jakka, Anshuman Shukla and Shrikrishna V. Kulkarni.
Operation of a Three Phase Solid State Transformer under Unbalanced Load Condition

373

Manoj Modi and G. Narayanan. Improved Single-Zone Overmodulation Algorithm for


Space Vector Modulated Inverters

329

Archana Mondal, Dipten Maiti, Sujit K. Biswas and Arndam K. Sil. Control of an
Alternating Wave Generator for Voltage Wave-shape and Frequency Control

356

Snehal Pachpor and Hiralal Suryawanshi. Design of Dc-Dc Converter for Integration of
Sources

410

Srikant Gandikota and Ned Mohan. A New Leakage Energy Commutation Technique for
Single Stage High Frequency Link Inverters
CTC 2.2

16:45 - 18:30

Friday 19-Dec-2014

138

Molay Roy and Mainak Sengupta. Application of FPGA based PLL in a CSI fed induction
heating prototype

81

Mohammad Hassan Hedayati and Vinod John. Integrated CM Inductor Design for Parallel
Converters with Interleaved Carrier

113

A Narendrababu and Pramod Agarwal. A Five Level Diode Clamped Rectifier with Novel
Capacitor Voltage Balancing Scheme

216

Shamkant D. Joshi, M.R. Sreejith, Mukul C. Chandorkar and Anshuman Shukla. Design of
MMC Modules with Control Circuit Powered from Module Capacitor Voltage

115

Nikhil Desai, Mukesh Patel and Dr. Jolly Dhar. Space Grade Multi-output 10.6W Electronic
Power Conditioner with High Efficiency

339

Ashish Kumar and Vinod John. Power Electronic Converter for Characterization of Halleffect Current Sensors

321

Rajendra Sawant and Yaramreddy Srinivas Rao. A Discrete-time Controller for Phase Shift
Controlled load-resonant inverter without PLL

PID

Track: Converter Topologies and Control


CTC 3.1

09:00 - 10:30

24

Track: Converter Topologies and Control

89

Shikha Singh, Bhim Singh, G Bhuvaneswari and Vashist Bist. Improved Power Quality
Switched Mode Power Supply Using Buck-Boost Converter

210

Soumya Shubhra Nag and Santanu Mishra. Family of Current-Fed Switched Inverter
Derived Inverters

Pranshu Agarwal, Anish Ahmad and Rajeev Kumar Singh. A MODULAR HIGH STEP UP
QUADRATIC BOOST TOPOLOGY WITH MINIMUM PHASE BEHAVIOUR FOR MICROSOURCE
APPLICATIONS

173

Jay Pandit, Sakthisudhursun B and Mohan Aware. PR Controller Implementation Using


Double Update Mode Digital PWM for Grid Connected Inverter

419

Prof. Dr. P. N. Tekwani, Jignesh Joshi, Mihir C. Shah and Prashant Sonar. Digital
Implementation of PFC Boost-Converter and Two-Switch DC-DC Forward-Converter for
Railway Signaling

171

Krishna Chaithanya Bandla and Kirubakaran Annamalai. A Novel four level cascaded
Z-source Inverter

CTC

355

CTC 3.2

11:00 - 12:30
88

Swati Narula, Bhim Singh and G Bhuvaneswari. PFC Bridgeless Converter for Welding
Power Supply with Improved Power Quality

117

Alok Singh, Mangesh Borage, Sunil Tiwari and A.C. Thakurta. Two-Quadrant Power Supply
for Fast Current Ramping Application

188

M. R. Sreejith and Mukul C. Chandorkar. Electrical Source Emulation using Modular


Multilevel Converter

424

Saurabh Tewari, Kaushik Basu and Apurva Somani. Analytical Evaluation of the Peak-topeak Ripple Current in the Filter Inductor for a Space Vector Modulated Grid-tied VSI

142

Kiran Kumar Nallamekala, Sivakumar K and Umesh B S. A Five-level Inverter Topology


for Four Pole Induction Motor Drive Using Four Two-level inverters and Two Isolated DC
Sources

357

Mummadi Veerachary. Design and Analysis of a High Gain Boost Converter

415

Yash Veer Singh. Robust and reliable rectifier based on electronic inductor with improved
performance

25

EM

Detailed Program
Electrical Machines and Drives
17-12-2014 (Wednesday) to 19-12-2014 (Friday)

26

PID

EM 1.1

11.30 - 13.00

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

433

Arunima Verma, Bhim Singh and Deepti Yadav. Investigation of ANN Tuned PI Speed
Controller of a Modified DTC Induction Motor Drive

231

Rajdeep Banerjee, Mainak Sengupta and Suvarun Dalapati. Design and implementation of
Current Mode Control in a Switched Reluctance Drive

330

Avanish Tripathi and G Narayanan. Evaluation and Minimization of Low-Order Harmonic


Torque in Low-Switching-Frequency Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drives

379

Ilamparithi T. Low Time Step Real Time Simulation of Parallel Connected Neutral Point
Clamped Three Level Inverters

248

Sourabh Paitandi and Mainak Sengupta. Design, Fabrication and Parameter Evaluation of
a Surface Mounted Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor

429

Neerukonda Rama Devi, Dhanikonda V. S. S. Siva Sarma and Pulipaka V. Ramana Rao.
Detection and Identification of Stator Inter-Turn Faults in Three-Phase Induction Motors
in Presence of Supply Unbalance Condition

PID

Track: Electrical Machines and Drives


EM 2.1

11.30 - 13.00

Friday 19-Dec-2014

Track: Electrical Machines and Drives

EM

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

199

Sandeep Madishetti, Bhim Singh and Bhuvaneswari G. Three-Level NPC Inverter based
SVM-VCIMD with Feed-forward Active PFC Rectifier for Enhanced AC Mains Power
Quality

266

Subhrakanti Nanda and Mainak Sengupta. Design, Analysis, Fabrication and


Investigations of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator for different renewable
energy applications

166

Ananda Kumar. DSVPWM Control Strategy for Impedance Source Inverter fed Induction
Motor Drives

285

Anirudh Guha and Narayanan G. Small-Signal Stability Analysis of an Open-loop


Induction Motor Drive Including the Effect of Inverter Dead-Time

98

Shreelakshmi M P and Vivek Agarwal. Dynamic Optimization of Speed Pattern for


Efficiency Improvement in Elevator Systems

267

Pinaki Mukherjee and Mainak Sengupta. Design, Analysis and Parameter Calculation of a
Brush-less DC Motor

PID

Track: Electrical Machines and Drives


EM 3.1

09:00 - 10:30
432

Gopinath Raghavendra and Shyama Prasad Das. An Extended Kalman filter based speed
and position estimator for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
27

EM

374

Amit Singh, Ankit Dalal, Rakesh Roy and Praveen Kumar. Improved Dynamic Model of
Induction Motor Including the Effects of Saturation

313

A. C. Binoj Kumar and G. Narayanan. Variable Switching Frequency PWM Technique for
Induction Motor Drive to Spread Acoustic Noise Spectrum with Reduced Current Ripple

224

Hridya I and Srirama Srinivas. DTC of a 3- Induction motor with a Cascaded Three Level
Voltage Source Inverter

70

Jan Vittek, Peter Bris, Milan Pospisil, Peter Butko and Tomas Fedor. Energy Saving Position
Control of PMSM Drives with Constant, Linear and Quadratic Torques

292

Michael Leuer and Joachim Boecker. Voltage Utilization in Model Predictive Control for
IPMSM
EM 3.2

11:00 - 12:30

28

369

Srinivas Mallampalli and Vandana Rallabandi. Parametric Study of Magnetic Gear for
maximum torque transmission

317

Himanshu Misra and Amit Kumar Jain. Control of Wound Rotor Induction Machine Drive
with Reduced Number of Current Sensors

299

Bhakti Joshi. Effect of stator inter-turn fault on the operation of single-inverter twomachine vector-controlled induction motor drives

185

Jose Titus, Jayendra Teja, Kamalesh Hatua and Krishna Vasudevan. An Improved scheme
for Extended Power Loss Ride Through of a Vector Controlled IM by Loss Minimisation

230

Naveen Kumar Endla and Ragavan K. Analysis on Demagnetization Characteristics of


Spoke Configured Interior Permanent Magnet Rotors

EVAA

Detailed Program
Electric Vehicles and Automotive Applications
17-12-2014 (Wednesday) and 18-12-2014 (Thursday)

29

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

PID

EVAA 1.1

EVAA

16:45 - 18:30

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

403

Nekkalapu Sameer, S.A. Prashanth, Ankit Dalal and Praveen Kumar. DESIGN AND
OPTIMIZATION OF DUAL ROTOR MOTOR FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE APPLICATION

348

Arun Kumar Paul. Inclusive controller design for control of gas metal arc welding process
for industry use

401

Kalpesh Joshi and Ashok Lakum. Assessing the Impact of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
on Distribution Network Operations Using Time-Series Distribution Power Flow Analysis

72

Shreyas Kulkarni, Sarang Junghare and Ashok Sapkal. PWM Controlled Independent Six
Wheel Drive for an All-Terrain Robotic Vehicle

417

Saurabh Nikam and Baylon Fernandes. Low Cost Electric Drivetrain for Conversion of ICE
Vehicle into an Electric Vehicle

26

Vikram Roy Chowdhury and Saritha B. Comparative analysis of quasi Z-source inverter
and active bidirectional converter for hybrid electric vehicle application

PID

Track: Electric Vehicles and Automotive Applications


EVAA 2.1

16:45 - 18:30

30

Track: Electric Vehicles and Automotive Applications

49

Abhijit Choudhury, Pragasen Pillay and Sheldon S Williamson. A Performance Comparison


Study of Space-Vector and Carrier-Based PWM Techniques for a 3-Level Neutral Point
Clamped (NPC) Traction Inverter Drive

420

Amit Singh, Ankit Dalal and Praveen Kumar. Analysis of Induction Motor for Electric
Vehicle Application Based on Drive Cycle Analysis

344

G.L.S.N.V.A Vinay Kumar and Amit Kumar Jain. Robust Design Analysis with Wide Speed
Operation of Surface Mounted PMSM Drive

407

Reyad Abdel-Fadil, Ahmad Eid and Mazen Abdel-Salam. Fuzzy Logic Control of Modern
Aircraft Electrical Power System during Transient and Steady-State Operating Conditions

253

Janardan Kundu, Mainak Sengupta and Aparajita Sengupta. Design, modelling,


fabrication and control of an attraction type levitation prototype

437

Shelma George and Renji Chacko. Off-line and real-time simulation modelling of Electric
Vehicle Power train in SEQUEL

PQ-HVDC-FACTS

Detailed Program
Power Quality - HVDC - FACTS
17-12-2014 (Wednesday) to 19-12-2014 (Friday)

31

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

PID

PQ-HVDC-FACTS 1.1

11.30 - 13.00
116

Ezhil Reena Joy, Brijesh Kushwaha, Gautam Rituraj and Praveen Kumar. Impact of Circuit
Parameters in Contactless Power Transfer System

334

Girish Kamath. Harmonic Current Effects in a 33kW, 480V 60Hz 12-Pulse Transformer
Using An Equivalent Impedance Based Double-2D FEA Model

124

Ram Niwas and Bhim Singh. Power Quality Improvement of PMSG Based DG Set

226

Sabha Raj Arya, Bhim Singh, Ram Niwas, Ambrish Chandra and Kamal Al-Haddad. Power
Quality Enhancement Using DSTATCOM in Distributed Power Generation System
PQ-HVDC-FACTS 1.2

PQ-HVDC-FACTS

16:45 - 18:30

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

149

Mohammad Junaid and Bhim Singh. Analysis and Design of Buck-Boost Converter for
Power Quality Improvement in High Frequency On/Off-Line UPS System

247

Arpit Agrawal, Pramod Agarwal and Premalata Jena. Compensation of Voltage flicker
using UPQC

215

Parthkumar Shah, Varsha Shah, Makarand Lokhnde and Chandni Gor. Hardware
Implimentation of Single-phase Shunt Active Power Filter with Hysteresis Current Control
Loop for Rectifier Type Load

191

Bhim Singh, Valluri Sekhar and Krishan Kant. Sliding Mode Control of Static Shunt
Compensator

PID

Track: Power Quality - HVDC- FACTS


PQ-HVDC-FACTS 2.1

11.30 - 13.00
178

Dhanavath Suresh and S.P Singh. Inter leaved buck converter based active power filter
control using artificial neural network

Chandan Kumar, P Pentayya, Rajkumar Anumasula, Rahul Chakraborty, Sunil Patil and
Srinivas Chitturi. Modal Resonance in Power System-A Case study

322

Arun Karuppaswamy B, Srinivas Gulur and Vinod John. A Grid Simulator to Evaluate
Control Performance of Grid Connected Inverters

137

Raj Kumar, Bhim Singh and D T Shahani. Symmetrical Components based technique for
Power Quality Event Detection and Classification

241

Alka Singh and Bhim Singh. Application of Least Means Square Algorithm to Shunt
Compensator: An Experimental Investigation
PQ-HVDC-FACTS 2.2

16:45 - 18:30
33

32

Track: Power Quality - HVDC- FACTS

Ahmed Saber. Power System Stabilizer Tuning using Swarm Based Optimization in ETAP

Hiren Zala and Abhijit R Abhyankar. A Novel Approach to Design Time Of Use Tariff using
Load Profiling and Decomposition

274

Pushkar Tripathi, Amit Kumar, Dr. G.N. Pillai Pillai and H. O. Gupta. Externally Modifying
Parameters and Invoking Electromagnetic Transients Simulation

257

Umang Patel, Ronak Thakkar and Chanakya Bhatt. Development of Prototype HVDC
Transmission system

438

Sajitha Andrews, Subhash Joshi T. G., Saravana Kumar A, Manju A. S. and Unnikrishnan A.
K. Modified SRF-PLL to operate under unbalance grid for Grid synchronization of DVR

PID

Track: Power Quality - HVDC- FACTS


PQ-HVDC-FACTS 3.1

11:00 - 12:30
9

Ritty Raju and Shubhanga Kn. Implementation of a RTAI-Linux-Based PLL and Firing
Pulse Generation for a Laboratory TCSC

148

Mohammed Haj-Ahmed, Zachary Campbell, Mahesh Illindala and Chen Yuan. Substation
Automation for Replacing Faulted CTs in Distribution Feeders

243

Bangarraju Jampana, Veeramalla Rajagopal and Askani Jayalaxmi. Neural Network


Control for Three-Leg VSC based DVR in Distribution System

372

Nafih Muhammad Ismail and Dr. Mahesh K. Mishra. Control and Operation of Unified
Power Quality Conditioner with Battery-Ultracapacitor Energy Storage System

300

Srinivasa Rao Coppisetty. Implementation of Clustering based Unit Commitment


Employing Imperialistic Competition Algorithm

PQ-HVDC-FACTS

Friday 19-Dec-2014

204

33

Detailed Program
PD-Pdesign

Power Devices, Power Electronics Design issues


19-12-2014 (Friday)

34

PID

Track: Power Devices, Power Electronics Design issues

310

Bhaskaran Barman and Mainak Sengupta. Design, fabrication, simulation and testing of
an repulsion type levitation prototype

80

Abhijit Kulkarni and Vinod John. Thermal Model for Paralleled Surface-Mount Power
MOSFETs

181

Aniket Datta, Anirudh Guha and Narayanan G. An Advanced Gate Driver for Insulated
Gate Bipolar Transistors to Eliminate Dead-time Induced Distortions in Inverter Output

Ghanshyamsinh Gohil, Lorand Bede, Remus Teodorescu, Tamas Kerekes and Frede
Blaabjerg. Analytical Method to Calculate the DC Link Current Stress in Voltage Source
Converters

222

Parthasarathy Nayak, Krishna K Vasudeva and Kamalesh Hatua. Study of the effects of
parasitic inductances and device capacitances on 1200 V, 35 A SiC MOSFET based Voltage
Source Inverter Design

105

K B Saikiran, Sarnaduti Brahma, Sanjoy K Parida and Ranjan Kumar Behera. Analysis of
Inductive Resonant Coupled WPT System using Reflected Load Theory

99

Sandeep Kumar. RF Power divider for CDMA, Bluetooth & 3G Application using steppedimpedance technology

PD-Pdesign

09:00 - 10:30

PD-Pdesign

Friday 19-Dec-2014

35

Detailed Program
Distributed Generation and Microgrids

DG-MG

17-12-2014 (Wednesday) to 19-12-2014 (Friday)

36

PID

Track: Distributed Generation and Microgrids

12

Manoj Kumar M.V and Mahesh K Mishra. Current Sharing Control Strategy of Parallel
Inverters Using Instantaneous Symmetrical Component Theory

301

Akshay Rathore and Radha Sree Krishna Moorthy. Soft Switching Non-isolated Currentfed Inverter for PV/Fuel-cell Applications

187

Krishnaiah Mokurala, Anvita Kamble, Parag Bhargava and Sudhanshu Mallick. Fabrication
of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells with Cost- effective Quaternary Sulfide Counter Electrode

78

S. Chandrasekaran and Ragavan K. Adaptive Sampling Period Adjusted Sliding DFT for
Synchronous Reference Frame PLL

418

Puneet Bhasin, H S V S Kumar Nunna, Suryanarayana Doolla and S. V. Kulkarni.


Transformer Fault Diagnosis using Multi Agent System

51

Sunil Semwal. Identifying Appliances using NIALM

147

Sudip K. Mazumder. Polynomial Lyapunov Function based Stability Analysis of a


Microgrid

DG-MG 1.1

11.30 - 13.00

DG-MG 1.2

11.30 - 13.00
34

Mohammed Haj-Ahmed and Mahesh Illindala. Autonomous Cooperative Agent Based


Flexible Distribution of Energy and Storage Resources

416

Akshay Rathore and Radha Sree Krishna Moorthy. Impulse Commutated Zero Current
Switching Current-fed Three-phase DC/DC Converter: Analysis, Design and Experimental
Results

265

Suresh Singh and Deepak Fulwani. Voltage Regulation and Stabilization of DC/DC Buck
Converter Under Constant Power Loading

192

Y V Pavan Kumar and Ravikumar Bhimasingu. Investigating the Power Quality


Improvement Strategies for Urban Building Microgrids

86

Jyotirmayee Dalei and Kanungo Barada Mohanty. Application of Second Generation


Wavelet Transform for SEIG Load Transient Detection

Manohar Singh. Non-Adaptive Over Current Relay Coordination in Distribution Systems

DG-MG

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014

DG-MG 1.3

16.45 - 18.30
225

Ambarnath Banerji, Sujit K. Biswas, Pranoy Chakraborty, Soumyadeep Dutta, Soumyadeep


Ghosh, Subham Chattopadhyay, Shirsendu Khan and Vivek Kumar Yadav. Enhancement
of Voltage Stability of Autonomous Wind Power Generation System using DSTATCOM

371

Tsegay Gebremedhin Hailu, Braham Ferreira and Ivan Josifovic. Effect of Power Line
Communication On DC Grid Stability

37

122

Farhad Ilahi Bakhsh and Dheeraj Khatod. A Novel Method for Grid Integration of
Synchronous Generator Based Wind Energy Generation System

336

Jakeer Hussain and Mahesh Mishra. Adaptive MPPT Control Algorithm for Small-Scale
Wind Energy Conversion System

276

Sanjay Chaudhary, Pramod Ghimire, Paul Thgeresen and Peter De Place Rimmen. Field
Data Logger Prototype for Power Converters

445

Mohd Faisal Khan and Mohd. Rizwan Khan. Evaluation of Excitation Capacitance for a
Single-Phase Two Winding Self Excited Induction Generator
DG-MG 1.4

16.45 - 18.30

DG-MG

Thursday 18-Dec-2014

38

127

Abrez Mondal, Mahesh Illindala and Amrit Khalsa. Analysis of Limiting Bounds for Stalling
of Natural Gas-Based Generators in a Microgrid

119

Pallavi Bharadwaj and Vinod John. Design, Fabrication and Evaluation of Solar Irradiation
Meter

431

Swathi Battula, Anudeep Sesetti, H S V S Kumar Nunna and Suryanarayana Doolla. MultiAgent Framework for Charging of Plug-in Electric Vehicles in Microgrids with Demand
Response

37

Radhika Priyadarshini, Dr. R Prakash and Dr. Shankaralingappa. C. joint optimization for
Capacitor Placement and Network Reconfiguration for Loss Reduction in Distribution
System

55

Shirazul Islam and Sandeep Anand. Eigenvalue Sensitivity Analysis of Microgrid with
Converter Interfaced Loads

PID

Track: Distributed Generation and Microgrids


DG-MG 2.1

11.30 - 13.00
395

V V S Pradeep Kumar and B. G. Fernandes. Fault Tolerant Topology for Two Level VSI and
Transformerless Grid Connected Inverters

43

Papia Ray and Santanu Sen. Hybrid Methodology for Short-Term Load Forecasting

295

Hasmat Malik and Amit Kumar Yadav. Comparison of Different Artificial Neural Network
Techniques in Prediction of Solar Radiation for Power Generation Using Different
Combinations of Meterological Variables

439

Girish Makarabbi, Vinay Gavade, Rakesh Panguloori and Priyaranjan Mishra. Compatibility
and Performance Study of Home Appliances in a DC Home Distribution System

314

Manju Gupta, Sushma Gupta and Tripta Thakur. An Strategic Perspective of Development
of Advanced Metering Infrastructure Based Demand Side Management (DSM) Model for
Residential End User

177

Jyoti Kumbhare and Mohan Renge. Line Commutated Converter for Grid Interfacing of
Solar Photovoltaic Array
DG-MG 2.2

11.30 - 13.00
82

Ramsha Karampuri, Sachin Jain and Somasekhar V. T.. A Solar PV Power Fed Open-End
Winding Induction Motor Water-Pump Drive Operating at Maximum Power Point

378

Kalpesh Joshi and Naran Pindoriya. Reactive Resource Reallocation in DG Integrated


Secondary Distribution Networks with Time-Series Distribution Power Flow

31

Namdeo Gujalwar, Debaprasad Kastha and N. K. Kishore. Comparison of Squirrel Cage


Induction Machine based Wind Energy Conversion Systems

411

S. Saiprasad, Nimish Soni and Suryanarayana Doolla. Analysis of Motor Starting in a


Weak Microgrid

95

Chinmay Jain and Bhim Singh. A Single-Phase Two-Stage Grid Interfaced SPV System
with Adjustable DC Link voltage for VSC under Non-Ideal Grid Conditions

A.G. Priyanka and Shubhanga Kn. Rotor Speed Instability Analysis of Type-1 Wind Turbine
Generator.

408

Sandipan Patra and Asit Mohanty. Reactive Power Compensation using PSO controlled
UPFC in a Microgrid with a DFIG based WECS

303

Rai Sachindra Prasad and Sunil Semwal. Multi Point Sensing (MPS): A Solution for
Resolving Complexity in NIALM Applications for Indian Domestic Consumers

135

Rajan Kumar and Bhim Singh. Buck-Boost Converter Fed BLDC Motor Drive for Solar PV
Array Based Water Pumping
DG-MG 2.4

16.45 - 18.30
315

Mahmoodreza Haghifam, Amin Mohsenzadeh and Samaneh Pazouki. Optimal Sitting and
Sizing of Charging Stations Considering Distribution Networks Reliability

176

Ravi Teja Bhimarasetti and Ashwani Sharma. Optimal DG placement in unbalanced mesh
distribution system for loss reduction and voltage profile improvement

430

Rajesh S. Farswan and B. G. Fernandes. A Low Cost and Reliable Stand-Alone PhotoVoltaic System

434

Pranav Maheshwari, Yash Tambawala, H S V S Kumar Nunna and Suryanarayana Doolla.


A Review on Plug-in Electric Vehicles Charging: Standards and Impact on Distribution
System

384

Laurens Mackay, Laura Ramirez-Elizondo and Pavol Bauer. Cost of Rectification in Hybrid
AC and DC Devices

DG-MG

DG-MG 2.3

16.45 - 18.30

39

Friday 19-Dec-2014

220

Dhanashree Vyawahare and Mukul Chandorkar. Line Interactive Distributed 4-leg Inverter
System with Unbalanced and Nonlinear loads.

PID

Track: Distributed Generation and Microgrids


DG-MG 3.1

DG-MG

9.00-10.30

40

282

Ramulu Chinthamalla, K. Shivaji Ganesh - and Dr. Sachin Jain -. An Optimal and Efficient
PV System using two 2-level Cascaded 3-level inverter for Centrifugal Pump

440

Ramesh P, Lekshmi Kr and Aby Joseph. Control of DC-DC Converter and Inverter for
Stand-alone Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant

309

Ramachandra Sekhar, N Vinoth Kumar and Yasushi Harada. Impact of Renewable energy
control center on Voltage stability and transmission network efficiency in Wind farm
integrated Grid

121

N K Swami Naidu and Bhim Singh. Experimental Implementation of a Doubly Fed


Induction Generator Used for Voltage Regulation at a Remote Location

133

Jincy Philip, Bhim Singh and Sukumar Mishra. Performance Evaluation of an Isolated
System using PMSG based DG Set, SPV Array and BESS

Detailed Program
PEDES General Track

PEDES

19-12-2014 (Friday)

41

Friday 19-Dec-2014

PID

Track: PEDES General

441

Venkat Nag Someswar Rao Jakka and Anshuman Shukla. Operation and Control of a
Three Phase Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Active Rectifier

360

Amrut Agasti, Deepesh Rai, Sudhanshu Mallick and Parag Bhargava. Study of
optimization of Zn salt concentration in co-electrodeposited Cu2ZnSnS4 (CZTS) thin
films

350

Arun Kumar Paul and Sandeep Chinoy. Pareto optimal solution of constrained open loop
under-actuated process in induction cap sealing

428

Chandan Kumar, Prithwish Mukhopadhyay, Rajkumar Anumasula, R Nagaraja, Faraz Khan


and Nitesh Kumar D. DA Tool- Synchrophasor Data based Fault Analysis

422

Tarakanath Kobaku, Praveen Yadav and Vivek Agarwal. Hardware in the Loop Simulation
of Direct Synthesis Based Two Degree of Freedom PID (2DOF-PID) Control for DC-DC
Boost Converter Using Real Time Digital Simulation in FPGA

435

Trupti Hinge. Secure Backup Protection of Transmission Line using WAMS

443

Tarakanath Kobaku, Sachin Patwardhan and Vivek Agarwal. Two Degree of Freedom
Internal Model Control Approach for Non-minimum Phase Switching DC-DC Converter

PEDES

PEDES

11:00 - 12:30

42

Detailed Program
Poster Session

Poster

17-12-2014 (Wednesday) and 18-12-2014 (Thursday)

43

Poster

Wednesday 17-Dec-2014 (14:45 - 16:15)

44

PID

Authors and Title of the Poster

29

Akshay Rathore and Amarendra Edpuganti. Optimal Fundamental Switching Frequency Pulsewidth Modulation of
Medium-Voltage Cascade Nine-Level (9L) Inverter

39

Shyam George and Sunita Chauhan. Comparison of Centralized and Decentralized Microgrid System While Achieving the
Same Performance in Stabilizing the Voltage of the Microgrid with Variable Loads and Flywheel coupled to Induction
Motors

50

P Ramesh. Performance Analysis of Unified Power-Flow Controller using Firefly and Genetic Algorithms under Different
Load Conditions

54

Rupesh Jha, Syamnaresh Garlapati, Ritesh Keshri and Giuseppe Buja. Remedial control strategies for a three-phase PM
BLDC drive under VSI faults

57

Chnadra Sekhar Goli. Application of SVC to Improve Voltage Profile of Indian Railway Traction System

62

Swapnil Agrawal, P.N. Kapil and B.G. Shah. Design of an IGBT Based LCL Resonant Converter for Medium Frequency
Induction Melting & Heating Application

69

Shrikrishna Kulkarni, Rahul Dhond and Vikram Mehta. A Novel PC Based Performance Measurement Tool for Prime
Movers

76

Lopamudra Mitra and Nibedita Swain. Closed Loop Control Of Solar Powered Boost Converter With PID Controller

94

Shreyas Kulkarni, Saurabh Bangade, Nikhil Sambhus, Mayuresh Khadse, Dhaval Waghulde, Priyanka Aher, Kishor
Gaikwad and Shantanu Thakurdesai. A Generic, Customizable, Fault Tolerant Load Protection System for Small Satellites

96

Shreyas Kulkarni, Saurabh Bangade, Mayuresh Khadse, Dhaval Waghulde, Priyanka Aher, Kishor Gaikwad and Shantanu
Thakurdesai. Design and Optimization of the On Board DC/DC Converters of Swayam Satellite

104

Imthias Ahamed and Vivek Borkar. An Efficient Scheduling Algorithm for Solving Load Commitment Problem under Time
of use Pricing with Bound on Maximum Demand

107

Srinivasan Pradabane, Narasimharaju B.L and Srikanth N.V.. Two-quadrant Clamping Inverter Scheme for Three-level
Open-end Winding Induction Motor Drive

108

Sandeep Kumar. Quad-Band Unequal Power Divider with Coupled Line Section using Stepped-Impedance Transformers

131

Keshav Patidar and Amod Umarikar. CONTROL OF DC LINK VOLTAGE IN QUASI Z-SOURCE INVERTER BY USING ONE
CYCLE CONTROL METHOD

134

Pratap Puhan, Gayadhar Panda and Pravat Ray. Enhancement of Power Quality in Three-Phase and Single-phase system
Using Active power filter with Combined Control Technique

140

Meher Uppaluri, Sivakumar K and Madhukar Rao A. Effective Utilization of Battery Banks in Multilevel inverters for a
Residential Photovoltaic Application

151

A J Mehta and Brijesh Nail. Adaptive Sliding Mode Controller with Modified Sliding Function for DC-DC Boost Converter

152

Mahesh Pandya and Mohan Aware. A New Control Algorithm for Energy Storage Integration with Radial Distribution
Feeder

Pawan Kumar and Surjit Singh. Reconfiguration of Radial Distribution System with Static Load Models for Loss
Minimization

195

Suresh Reddy, Umesh Thimmappa and Ravichandran Sankarnarayana. Battery reliability improvement

197

Sijo Augustine, Dr. Mahesh K. Mishra and Dr. Lakshminarasamma N. Proportional Droop Index Algorithm for Load
Sharing in DC Microgrid

205

Ejaz Hussain. Processor-In-Loop Simulation of Grid Connected Wind Power Generator

209

Janardhan Sunderraj, C. Surendra and Ravinder Venugopal. Multi-Domain Real-Time Simulation of a Hybrid Bus

217

A Mohapatra, Byamakesh Nayak and Kanungo Mohanty. Current Based Novel Adaptive P&O MPPT Algorithm for
Photovoltaic System Considering Sudden Change in the Irradiance

219

D Bharath Kumar, O V S R Varaprasad and D V S S Siva Sarma. Three Level Hysteresis Current Controlled VSI for Power
Injection and Conditioning in Grid Connected Solar PV Systems

228

Renji Chacko, Sreedevi M.L and Mineeshma G.R. Electric Vehicle Power Train Simulation in Forward Modeling Approach
to Enable Real-Time Simulation and HIL Controller Prototyping

233

T Sreekanth, N. Lakshmi Narasamma and Mahesh K. Mishra. A Single Stage High Gain Buck-Boost Inverter With Coupled
Inductor.

237

Suresh Reddy, Chandra Shekar Dr and Udaya Mhaskar. IP56 UPS design for Outdoor applications

238

N Sandeep. A Performance Comparison of Single-Phase Seven-Level Inverter Topologies for Multilevel DC-AC Power
Conversion

249

Yogesh Tatte and Mohan Aware. Torque Ripple Reduction in Five-Phase Direct Torque Control (DTC) Induction Motor

251

Abhishek Kar and Mainak Sengupta. Design, Fabrication, Simulation and Testing of a Phase Modulated Resonant
Transition Converter

260

Kaveri Bhuyan. Vulnerability Analysis and PMUs as Next Generation Protection System in Smart Grid

263

Vargil Kumar and Mummadi Veerachary. Steady-state Analysis of Large Step-up Ratio Two input DC-DC Converter

277

Y V Pavan Kumar and Ravikumar Bhimasingu.. Optimal Sizing of Microgrid for an Urban Community Building in South
India

Poster

156

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Poster

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PID

Authors and Title of the Poster

311

Monika Jain, Dr. Sushma Gupta, Dr. Deepika Masand, Dr. Shailendra Jain and Gayatri Agnihotri. Design of Reduced
Rating VFC for a Micro Grid

316

Nimesh V and Vinod John. Dual Comparison One Cycle Control for Single Phase AC to DC Converters

325

Dattatraya Gaonkar, Jayalakshmi N. S and Raghvendra P. Performance Study of Roof Top Wind Solar Microgrid System
in Isolated mode of operation

326

Manu Balakrishnan and A Krishna Kasyap. Comparison of Electromagnetic Torque Ripple in Square Wave and Sine Wave
Permanent Magnet Drives

331

Anchal Saxena. Comparison of NdFeB and Ferrite magnet based PMBLDC in Ceiling fan application

332

Saurabh Bangade, Serene Saptasagar and Shaileja Kurode. Design, Implementation and Control of Pitching System for
low-power Wind Turbine

342

Hareesh Kumar Yada and Dr.Murty M.S.R. A New Topology and Control Strategy for Extraction of Reference Current
using Single Phase SOGI-PLL for Three-Phase Four-Wire Shunt Active Power Filter

343

Rekha Agrawal and Shailendra Jain. Analysis for Histogram based Fault Detection in a CCS-MLI Topology

347

Shoeb Hussain and Mohammad Abid Bazaz. Sensorless Control of PMSM using Extended Kalman Filter with Sliding
Mode Controller

349

Swagat Pati, Smruti Soumya Dash, Anungo Barada Mohanty and Sanjeeb Kumar Kar. Voltage profile improvement of a
micro grid system using a DFIG based wind energy conversion system

351

Tushar Vaidya. Application of active load balancer in spot welding machine loads

362

Raja Ram Kumar, Santosh Kumar Singh and R. K. Srivastava. Design Analysis of Radial Flux Dual Stator Five Phase
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator

364

Venu Sonti, Sachin Jain and Vivek Agarwal. A New Low Cost and High Efficiency Cascaded Half-Bridge Multilevel
Inverter with Reduced Number of Switches

365

Ilija Pecelj, Jan Abraham Ferreira and Sjoerd de Haan. Three-Phase Active Bridge Inverter 3PAB

370

Kashyap Kumar Prabhakar, Amit Kumar Singh and Praveen Kumar. Drive System for Electric Vehicle Power Train
Application Using DC to AC Matrix Converter

376

Monika Singhal, Pilli Naresh Kumar and S K Singh. Modeling and analysis of Split-Pi converter using State space
averaging technique

377

Rakesh Kumar and Sukanta Das. A Modified Approach to Both Conventional and ANN Based SVPWM Controllers for
Voltage Fed Inverter in Sensorless Vector Control IM Drive

380

Rahul Dubey. Phase Space Based Symmetrical Fault Detection During Power Swing

381

Santosh Babar. DSP based Static Frequency Converter

Rakesh Roy, Ankit Dalal and Praveen Kumar. STEADY STATE MODEL OF DUAL ROTOR MOTOR FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE
APPLICATION

383

Surya Suresh K and Adithya Kumar D. A Noval Multi level Grid-tied Inverter Interface with PV System

385

Ankita Dwivedi, Santosh Kumar Singh and Rakesh Kumar Srivastava. Performance Comparison of Different Topologies of
PMBLAC motor Using FEM

397

Niraj Dewangan and Sameena Zafar. A Level-Doubling Network for Cross-Connected Sources Based Multilevel Inverter
(CCS-MLI)

402

Shubhasri Kundu and Dayal R. Parhi. Autonomous Navigation of Underwater Mobile Robot based on Harmony Serach
Optimization

405

Anurag Singh and Sandipan Patra. Interval System Analysis and PID-PSO Control of Boost Converter for Uncertain Load
Parameter

409

Sandipan Patra. Fuzzy Logic Based Compensation in a Fuel Cell based Grid connected Hybrid Power System

413

Anamika Sinha, Somesh Bhattacharya and Sukumar Mishra. phase angle restoration in PV battery based Microgrid
including power sharing control

423

Rijil Ramchand and Surya Prakash Naga. CONSTANT SWITCHING FREQUENCY DTC FOR INDUCTION MOTOR FED FROM
TWO LEVEL VOLTAGE SOURCE INVERTER

425

Mohammed Nasir Ansari, Ankit Dalal and Praveen Kumar. A Generalized Method for Developing Steady State Models for
Different Electric Motors

426

Subhas Chandra Das, G. Narayanan and Arvind Tiwari. Experimental Study on the Dependence of IGBT Switching Energy
Loss on DC Link Voltage

442

Phanikumar Chamarthi and Agarwal Vivek. A Nine Level Inverter based Grid Connected Solar PV System with Voltage
Boosting

444

Kundan Kumar, Manuele Bertoluzzo and Giuseppe Buja. Impact of SiC MOSFET traction inverters on compact-class
electric car range

Poster

382

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We appreciate the voluntary contribution the reviewers have given to the conference,
we thank you for your participation in review process.
A. K. Barua
Abhijit Kulkarni
Ajit Ghodke
Amit Jain
Amit Kumar Singh
Amit Saklani
Amod Umarikar
Anandababu Chakravartula
Anirban Ghoshal
Anirudh Acharya
Anju Meghwani
Anshuman Shukla
Anupama Kowli
Arun Kadavelugu
Arun Karuppaswamy
Balasubramanian
Ashok Pradhan
Ashok S.
Awneesh Tripathi
B.G. Fernandes
Bala Kavaipatti
Bhakti Joshi
Bharat Singh Rajpurohit
Bindu S.
Biswarup Das
Chris Townsend
Dattatraya Gaonkar
Dhananjay Tutakne
Dharmendra Dheer
Dhaval Patel
Dheeman Chatterjee
Duraikkannan Varadarajan
Elizabeth P. Cheriyan
G. Bhuvaneswari
Gautam Poddar
Gopal Gajjar
H S V S Kumar Nunna
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Indrani Kar
Jafar Adabi
Jayantika Soni
Jeevan Adhikari
Jiaqi Liang
Joshi T G Subhash
Kalyan Boddeti
Kalyan Dasgupta
Kannan Thirugnanam
Kaushik Basu
Kevin Giaier
Krishna Vasudevan
Lakshminarasamma N.
Liwei Wang
M. Ebrahim Adabi Firouzjaee
Madhuri Chaudhari
Mainak Sengupta
Manoj B. Diagavane
Manoj Ramteke
Mohammad Rezanejad
Mohsen Asoodar
Mukesh Singh
Mukul Chandorkar
N. Ammasai Gounden
Nagamani Chilakapati
Nan Chen
Nilanjan Senroy
Nimish Soni
Pooya Davari
Pradeep Bijwe
Pradeep Yemula
Prasanna Rajagopal
Prashant Navalkar
Praveen Tripathy
P. N. Tekwani
R. Gupta
Radha Sree Krishna Moorthy

Ragavan K.
Rajeev Singh
Ramalinga Raju Manyala
Rangan Banerjee
Ranjan Kumar Behera
Rashmi Prasad
Ravikumar Bhimasingu
Ravindra Kollu
Ravindranath A
Rijil Ramchand
Robindro Lairenlakpam
Rupesh Wandhare
S.C. Srivastava
S.V. Kulkarni
Sachin Jain
Sachin Madhusoodhanan
Saikat Chakrabarti
Samir Hazra
Sandeep Anand
Santanu Mishra
Saritha B.
Shabari Nath
Shambhu Sau
Shelas Sathyan
Shubhanga K.N.
Sivakumar K.
S.N. Singh
Sreekumar C.
Srirama Srinivas
Sudip K. Mazumder
Sujit K. Biswas
Sukhendu Deb Roy
Suresh G.
Suvendu Samanta
T.S. Bhatti
Taehyung Kim
Tanmoy Bhattacharya

Tirthajyoti Sarkar
Umashankar Subramaniam
V. Narayanan
Vaibhav Gholase
Vaman Kuber
Venkat Jakka
Vishal Vekhande
Xuewei Pan

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