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EE 0201

DYNAMIC VOLTAGE RESTORER

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K.ABDUL JAFFAR,

CHADALAWADA

K.PAVANI,

RAMANAMMA ENGINEERI
COLLEGE
TIRUPATI.

EE 0202

EE 0203

INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC CONTROL UNIT

LUNAR-SOLAR POWER

KMM ITS

N.DELLI KUMAR

RAMIREDDIPALLE.

M.HEMALATHA

CHADALAWADA

M.CHAMANTHI

RAMANAMMA ENGINEERI
COLLEGE
TIRUPATI.

EE 0204

ELECTRICAL POWER THEFT DETECTION


AND WIRELESS METER READING

V.DHARMA TEJA
R.B.GNANA SAI

EE 0205

FOOTSTEP POWER
GENERATION

S. NAVEEN KUMAR
REDDY
D. KULLAYAPPA

SREE RAMA ENGINEERI


COLLEGE, TIRUPATH

CHADALAWADA

RAMANAMMA ENGINEERI
COLLEGE
TIRUPATI.

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EE 02 07

POWERLINECARRIERCOMMUNICATIONS
AND ITS INTEREST
INTHECURRENTPOWER GRID SCENARIO

B.SIRITHA
G.ARUNA

EE 02 10

NANO TREE

VINOD KUMAR
REDDY. V
HARINADHA G

EE 02 11

LOWFREQUENCY ACTRANSMISSION FOR


OFF-SHORE WIND POWER

G.PAVAN KUMAR
P.SRAVANI

KMM ITS
RAMIREDDIPALLE.
AITS-TIRUPATI

CHADALAWADA

RAMANAMMA ENGINEERI
COLLEGE
TIRUPATI.

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PIEZO ELECTRIC ROADS

S. S. MOHAMMAD
THOUFIQ,
R. SUBASH

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EE 02 14

ELECTRICITY GENERATION FROM


SPEED BREAKERS

G. MOHAN
B. SRIKANTH

EE 02 15

SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY

SAICHAITANYA.N
PRADEEP.G

SREE VENKATESWARA
COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING

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EE
0216

INFRARED PLASTIC SOLAR CELL

M. Raghu Vamsi,
KK Yugesh Babu,

CREC - TIRUPATHI.

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EE 02
17

P.PAVITHRA,
K.YOGAPRIYA

KMM ITS
RAMIREDDIPALLE

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SOLAR WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER


USING INDUCTIVE COUPLING FOR
MOBILE PHONE CHARGER

CREC, TIRUPATHI.

SIDDARTHA EDUCATION
ACADEMY GROUP OF
INSTITUTIONS

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ABSTRACTS
DYNAMIC VOLTAGE RESTORER
EE 02 01

K.ABDUL, JAFFAR, K.PAVANI

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- Interest in Power Quality has been explicitly seen in Electrical Power Engineering since past decade,
even though Utilities all over the world have for decades worked on the improvement of voltage quality, what is
now known as power quality. There are numerous types of power quality issues and power problems each of which
might have varying and diverse causes. Typical power problems include voltage sag, harmonics, notching,Transients
like surge, swell, etc. Control of power quality problems involves cooperation between network operator (utility),
customer and equipment manufacturer. A Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) is a distribution voltage DC-to-AC
solid-state switching converter that injects three single phase AC output voltages in series with the distribution
feeder and in synchronism with the voltages of the distribution system. A DVR is interface equipment between
utility and customer connected in series between the supply and load to mitigate the three major power quality
problems, namely, the voltage sags, swells, and interruptions. The equations are formulated for calculating the
voltages and power injected (inverter rating) from each of the three DVR phases (3-phase DVR). The results are
presented, considering an example system.
INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC CONTROL UNIT

EE 02 02

N.DELLI KUMAR

KMMITS, RAMIREDDIPALLE

Abstract:- Traffic congestion is the biggest problem faced by densely populated countries like India, China etc. So,
our project focuses on three areas-Ambulance, Priority vehicles (like VIP cars, police jeeps) and Traffic density
control. The project is a replica of a four way lane crossing of real time scenario. In the first part, concentrated on
problems faced by Ambulances, RFID concept is used to make the Ambulances lane Green and thus providing a
stoppage free way for the Ambulance. In the second part, concentrated on problems faced by Priority vehicles, IR
transmitter and receiver are used to make the vehicles lane Green and thus preventing traffic congestion. In the
third part, concentrated on Traffic density control, IR transmitter and receiver are used to provide dynamic traffic
control and thus increasing the duration of the Green light of the lane in which traffic density is high and hence,
regulating traffic.
LUNAR-SOLAR POWER
M.HEMALATHA, M.CHAMANTHI
EE 02 03

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- Out of all the renewable and non-polluting sources solar power become the most the primary source of
commercial power for every one in the world to achieve the same high standard of living. Over the past 200 years
the developed nations have vastly increased their creation of per capita income compared to the other nations. In
parallel, the developed nations increased the use of commercial thermal power to ~6.9Kwt/person. In fact, most
people in the developing nations use much less commercial thermal power and most have little (or) no access to
electric power. By the year 2050, people will require at least 20,000 GWe of power. This requires approximately
60,000 GWt of conventional thermal power generation. Such enormous thermal energy consumption will exhaust
economical recoverable deposits of coal, shale, oil, natural gas, uranium and thorium. As a result, of conventional
systems become useless. Terrestrial renewable systems are always captive to global climate change induced by
volcanoes, natural variation in regional climate, industrial haze and possibly even microclimates induced by large

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area collectors. Over the 21-st century, a global stand -alone system for renewable power would cost thousand of
trillions of dollars to build and maintain. Energy costs could consume most of the world's wealth.

ELECTRICAL POWER THEFT DETECTIONAND WIRELESS METER READING


T.V.DHARMA TEJA , R.B.GNANA SAI

EE 02 04

SREC, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- Electrical power theft detection system is used to detect an unauthorized tapping on distribution lines.
Implementation area of this system is a distribution network of electrical power supply system. Existing system is
not able to identify the exact location of tapping. This system actually finds out on which electrical line there is a
tapping.This is a real time system. Wireless data transmission and receiving technique is used. This will provide an
additional facility of wireless meter reading with the same technique and in same cost. This will protect distribution
network frompower theft done by tapping, meter tampering etc.
FOOTSTEP POWER GENERATION
S. NAVEEN KUMAR REDDY D.KULLAYAPPA

EE0205

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- Out of all the renewable and non-polluting sources solar power become the most the primary source of
commercial power for every one in the world to achieve the same high standard of living. Over the past 200 years
the developed nations have vastly increased their creation of per capita income compared to the other nations. In
parallel, the developed nations increased the use of commercial thermal power to ~6.9Kwt/person. In fact, most
people in the developing nations use much less commercial thermal power and most have little (or) no access to
electric power. By the year 2050, people will require at least 20,000 GWe of power. This requires approximately
60,000 GWt of conventional thermal power generation. Such enormous thermal energy consumption will exhaust
economical recoverable deposits of coal, shale, oil, natural gas, uranium and thorium. As a result, of conventional
systems become useless. Terrestrial renewable systems are always captive to global climate change induced by
volcanoes, natural variation in regional climate, industrial haze and possibly even microclimates induced by large
area collectors. Over the 21-st century, a global stand -alone system for renewable power would cost thousand of
trillions of dollars to build and maintain. Energy costs could consume most of the world's wealth. We need a power
system that is independent of earth's biosphere and provides an abundant energy at low cost. To do this man -kind
must collect dependable solar power in space and reliably send it to receivers on earth. The MOON is the KEY.
POWER LINE CARRIER COMMUNICATIONS AND ITS INTEREST IN THE CURRENT
POWER GRIDSCENARIO

EE 02 07

B.SIRITHA , G.ARUNA

KMMITS, RAMIREDDIPALLE

Abstract:- During the last years PLC technologies have been widely developed mainly due to new modulation
techniques used for wireless telecommunication systems that can also be applied to PLC systems. The current state
of the art of PLC communications is presents many possibilities and opportunities for the utilities. Besides the
Distributed Energy Resources integration to the distribution grid is The aim of this paper is to make a review of the
existing PLC technologies as well as the analysis of an interesting range of electric applications of PLC.

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NANO TREE

EE 02 10

VINOD KUMAR REDDY

HARINADHA G

AITS, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- Nano technology is facinating scientists as it offers many challenges.On of the challenge is nano tree &
nano leaves. As we know that day by day the consumption of power is increasing day by day. Hence in future there
is a change for scarcity of electricity hence our scientists looking for renewable of the renewable is this nano tree.

LOW FREQUENCY AC TRANSMISSION FOR OFF-SHORE WIND POWER


EE 02 11

G.PAVAN KUMAR

P.SRAVANI

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- This paper presents a low-frequency ac (LFAC) transmission system for offshore wind power. The LFAC
system is interfaced with the main power grid with a cycloconverter. The wind power plant collection system is dc
based, and connects to the LFAC transmission line with a 12-pulse thyristor converter. A method to design the
systems components and controls is set forth. Simulation results are provided to illustrate the systems performance.
PIEZO ELECTRIC ROADS
EE0212

MOHAMMAD THOUFIQ, R. SUBASH,

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- In order to satisfy the rising energy demands of global consumption, a new cleaner and renewable power
source needs to be explored, conceptualized and developed. This paper intends to introduce an alternative source of
energy by using piezoelectric material -a class of smart material. A piezoelectric road that will produce electricity
from the stress experienced by the roads due to the movement of automobiles is proposed. The main principle
behind this is the piezoelectric effect. The energy is produced from the consumers participation and it does not
require any separate source of input energy.
ELECTRICITY GENERATION FROM SPEEDBREAKERS
EE 02 14

G. MOHAN AND B. SRIKANTH

SEAGIT TIRUPATHI

Abstract:- The main theme of this paper is to generate electricity from speed breakers. By considering
the demand for electricity and need of green energy (which doesnt cause pollution), electricity from
speed breakers satisfies both the conditions and the power generated can be used for domestic
applications. This report explains about design of speed breakers favors for power generation,
considerations and theatrical analysis of power generation and although it depends on dense of the
traffic and body mass of the vehicles with velocity .In this, the speed breakers are made of springs, it
compresses when a vehicle passes through it and the air inside it is used for driving the impeller of the
turbine for power generation In this technological era, all the modern equipments and advancements
rely on the electricity. Electricity serves as a back bone to these achievements. Can we imagine a

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second without electricity? Calculate the losses caused by the shortage of electricity.

SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY


EE 02 15

SAICHAITANYA.N

PRADEEP.G

SVCE, TIRUPATHI

Abstract: A Smart Grid is a modernized electrical grid that uses analogor digital information and
communications technology to gather and act on information - such as information about the behaviors of suppliers
and consumers - in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustainability of the
production and distribution of electricity.It can provide significant opportunities for both consumers and utilities to
save energy. Data provided by smart meters allows consumers to better understand their own energy use, helping
them identify energy saving opportunities. Consumer demand response activities enabled by a smart grid can
improve grid efficiency as well, reducing grid congestion during peak periods. Additionally, a smart grid could help
improve transportation efficiency by facilitating charging of plug-in electric vehicles.
INFRARED PLASTIC SOLAR CELL
M. RAGHU VAMSI,

KK YUGESH BABU,

EE 02 16

CRES, TIRUPATHI

Abstract :Nanotechnology is the nexus of sciences. Nanotechnology is the engineering of tiny machines - the
projected ability to build things from the bottom up using techniques and tools being developed today to make
complete, highly advanced products. It includes anything smaller than 100 nanometers with novel properties. As the
pool of available resources is being exhausted, the demand for resources that are everlasting and eco-friendly is
increasing day by day. One such form is the solar energy. The advent of solar energy just about solved all the
problems. As such solar energy is very useful. But the conventional solar cells that are used to harness solar energy
are less efficient and cannot function properly on a cloudy day. The use of nanotechnology in the solar cells created
an opportunity to overcome this problem, thereby increasing the efficiency. This paper deals with an offshoot in the
advancement of nanotechnology, its implementation in solar cells and its advantage over the conventional
commercial solar cell.
SOLAR WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER USING INDUCTIVE COUPLING FOR MOBILE PHONE
CHARGER
EE 02 17

P PAVITRA K YOGAPRIYA

KMM ITS ,RAMIREDDIPALLE

Abstract :A wireless power transfer (WPT) using inductive coupling for mobile phone charger is studied .The
roject is offer to study and fabricate solar WPT using inductive coupling for mobile phone charger that will give
more information about distance is effect for WPT performance and WPT is not much influenced by the presence
of hands, books and types of plastics. The components used to build wireless power transfer can be divided into 3

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parts components, the transceiver for power transmission, and the inductive coils in this case as the antenna, receiver
and the rectifier which act convert AC to DC. Experiments have been conducted and the wireless power transfer
using inductive coupling is suitable to be Implemented for mobile phone charger.