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PR No: 55/EE/07/021

Roll No: EE06S007

Company Name: M/s GE INDIA TECHNOLOGY CENTRE - JFWTC


NAME : KOTESWARA RAO U.
DATE OF BIRTH: 02-06-1981

CATEGORY: GEN

PRESENT ADDRESS

PERMANENT ADDRESS

Koteswara Rao U.,


Room -733, Sindhu Hostel,
I.I.T Madras,
Chennai 600036, India.
Mobile: +919884662557
Email : koti_electrical@yahoo.com

Koteswara Rao U.,


Water Tank Road,
Chebrolu (P.O& M.D),
Guntur (Dt), A.P, 522212.
Phone : 08644-253213

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
Degree &Branch

Institute / University/Board

M. S (by Research),
Electrical Engg.

I. I. T Madras

B. Tech (Electrical &


Electronics Engineering)

Gudlavalleru Engineering College

CLASS XII

Board of Intermediate Education

CGPA / %
9.36 /10

64.67 %

(Affiliated to JNTU Hyderabad)


60.9 %

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh


CLASS X

Board of Secondary Education

73.83 %

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

WORK EXPERIENCE

Served as Assistant Engineer in Southern Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Ltd.,
from July 2004 to Dec 2006.
Worked as Lecturer in AANM & VVRSR Polytechnic College from July 2003 to April 2004.

SOFTWRE SKILLS
Languages
Simulation softwares
Assembly Languages

: C, C++.
: Matlab, Pspice.
: 8085, 8086.

RELEVANT COURSES UNDERTAKEN


M.S
POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES
POWER QUALITY & RELIABILITY
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN POWER SYSTEMS
HIGH VOLTAGE POWER TRANSMISSION
COMPUTER METHODS IN POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
B. Tech
POWER ELECTRONICS
POWER SYSTEMS OPERATION AND CONTROL
ELECTRICAL MACHINES

PR No: 55/EE/07/021

Roll No: EE06S007

Company Name: M/s GE INDIA TECHNOLOGY CENTRE - JFWTC


ACADEMIC PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN
M.S. THESIS DETAILS
Title: Control Algorithms for Load Compensation in Power Distribution Systems Using DSTATCOM
Description: The increased use of non linear loads causing considerable disturbance in the distribution
system by drawing source currents as non-sinusoidal and asymmetric. These distorted wave forms have
significant adverse effects on utilities and the loads connected to system. An effective solution to alleviate
these problems is to use DSTATCOM at appropriate location in the distribution system. The selection of
control strategy for the DSTATCOM plays an important role to get desired compensation characteristics.
In the present work the theory of instantaneous symmetrical components is applied to explore
various control strategies of load compensation, under different supply voltages. An optimization based
control algorithm is proposed for load compensation to get an optimal performance between power factor
correction and total harmonic distortion of source currents.
Simulation Software : MATLAB
Hardware Board
: DSP-TMS320F2812PGFA
B. Tech PROJECT DETAILS
Title: Speed Control of PMDC Motor using Microcontroller
Description: The main objective of this project is to precisely control the speed of PMDC motor, whose
usage is widespread in industrial, space and consumer applications. Pulse width modulation (PWM)
technique is adapted to vary the speed of the motor. In order to digitally the motor, AT89C51 microcontroller
based on 8051 core is employed with minimum hardware at a low cost.
Hardware Board

: MICROCONTROLLER - AT89C51

PUBLICATIONS

Koteswara Rao U. and Mahesh K. Mishra, Control Strategies for Load Compensation Using
Instantaneous Symmetrical Component Theory Under Different Supply Voltages, Accepted for
presentation in the 8th International Power Engineering Conference, IPEC 2007, Singapore.
Koteswara Rao U. and Mahesh K. Mishra, An Optimization Based Algorithm for Shunt Active
Filter Under Unbalanced and Nonsinusoidal Supply Voltages, Paper submitted to the 3rd IEEE
conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications, ICIEA 2008, Singapore.

ACHEIVEMENTS

Achieved a percentile of 98.45 in GATE 2004.


Won Branch Best Project award for the under graduate project work along with other three team
members.

POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Worked as President to ESCON (Electrical Students CONfederacy) in Gudlavalleru Engineering


College during final year.
Led 22 O&M staff members to raise Demand and Collection of the operation section as Assistant
Engineer.
Inculcated interest in diploma students about Electrical Engineering Fundamentals while working as
Lecturer.