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Power Electronics IEEE Projects for Final Year Engineering Students

I. POWER ELECTRONICS based SOLAR ENERGY

  1. Leakage Current Suppression of Three-Phase Flying Capacitor PV Inverter with New Carrier Modulation and Logic Function. (IEEE2018)
  2. Modified Single-Phase Single-Stage Grid-Tied Flying Inductor Inverter with MPPT and Suppressed Leakage Current. (IEEE2018)
  3. High-Efficiency Two-Stage Three-Level Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Inverter. (IEEE2018)
  4. A Buck and Boost Based Grid Connected PV Inverter Maximizing Power Yield from Two PV Arrays in Mismatched Environmental Conditions. (IEEE2018)
  5. Integrated DC-DC Converter Based Grid-Connected Transformer less Photovoltaic Inverter with Extended Input Voltage Range. (IEEE2018)
  6. Novel Control Method for Multimodule PV Microinverter With Multiple Functions. (IEEE2018)

 

II. POWER ELECTRONICS based WIND ENERGY

  1. Analysis of a High-Power, Resonant DC-DC Converter for DC Wind Turbines. (IEEE2018)
  2. A Hybrid Resonant ZVZCS Three-Level Converter for MVDC-Connected Offshore Wind Power Collection Systems. (IEEE2018)

 

III. POWER ELECTRONICS based HYBRID SYSTEMS & ENERGY STORAGE

  1. Soft-switched Non-Isolated High Step-up Three-port DC-DC converter for Hybrid Energy Systems. (IEEE2018)
  2. Stability Improvement of a Multimachine Power System Connected With a Large-Scale Hybrid Wind-Photovoltaic Farm Using a Supercapacitor. (IEEE2018)
  3. Frequency Division Based Coordinated Control of Three-Port Converter Interfaced Hybrid Energy Storage Systems in Autonomous DC Microgrids. (IEEE2018)
  4. Partially-Isolated Single-Magnetic Multi-Port Converter Based on Integration of Series-Resonant Converter and Bidirectional PWM Converter. (IEEE2018)
  5. A Uniform Control Strategy for the Interlinking Converter in Hierarchical Controlled Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids. (IEEE2018)
  6. Supervisory Power Quality Control Scheme for a Grid-Off Microgrid. (IEEE2018)
  7. A Battery/Ultracapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage System for Implementing the Power Management of Virtual Synchronous Generators. (IEEE2018)
  8. Instantaneous Symmetrical Component Theory based Parallel Grid Side Converter Control Strategy for Microgrid Power Management. (IEEE2018)

 

IV. POWER ELECTRONICS based INVERTER AND MULTILEVEL INVERTERS

  1. A Single-Phase Single-Stage Switched-Boost Inverter With Four Switches Decentralized Control for Fully Modular Input-Series Output-Parallel (ISOP) Inverter System Based on the Active Power Inverse Droop Method. (IEEE2018)
  2. Multistage and Multilevel Power Electronic Converter-Based Power Supply for Plasma DBD Devices. (IEEE2018)
  3. An Isolated Multi-Input ZCS DC-DC Front-End-Converter Based Multilevel Inverter for the Integration of Renewable Energy Sources. (IEEE2018)
  4. A Novel Step-Up Single Source Multilevel Inverter: Topology, Operating Principle and Modulation. (IEEE2018)
  5. Multi-Input Switched-Capacitor Multilevel Inverter for High-Frequency AC Power Distribution. (IEEE2018)

 

V. POWER ELECTRONICS based WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER

  1. A New Controller for Bidirectional Wireless Power Transfer Systems. (IEEE2018)
  2. High Power Density Z-Source Resonant Wireless Charger with Line Frequency Sinusoidal Charging. (IEEE2018)

 

VI. POWER ELECTRONICS based DRIVES

  1. Quasi-Z-Source Indirect Matrix Converter Fed Induction Motor Drive for Flow Control of Dye in Paper Mill. (IEEE2018)
  2. DC-Link Capacitor-Current Ripple Reduction in DPWM-Based Back-to-Back Converters. (IEEE2018)
  3. Power Factor Correction in Modified SEPIC Converter fed Switched Reluctance Motor Drive. (IEEE2018)
  4. Improved Finite Control-Set Model-Based Direct Power Control of BLDC Motor with Reduced Torque Ripple. (IEEE2018)
  5. High-Precision Sensorless Drive for High-Speed BLDC Motors Based on the Virtual Third Harmonic Back-EMF. (IEEE2018)

 

VII. POWER ELECTRONICS based ELECTRIC VEHICLE

  1. On an Electric Scooter With G2V/V2H/V2G and Energy Harvesting Functions. (IEEE2018)
  2. PV Battery Charger Using an L3C Resonant Converter for Electric Vehicle Applications. (IEEE2018)
  3. High-Efficiency Bridgeless Single-Power-Conversion Battery Charger for Light Electric Vehicles. (IEEE2018)
  4. Implementation of a Grid-Integrated PV-Battery System for Residential and Electrical Vehicle Applications. (IEEE2018)

 

 

VIII. POWER ELECTRONICS based BI-DIRECTIONAL CONVERTER

  1. Improved Modulation Strategy Using Dual Phase Shift Modulation for Active Commutated Current-Fed Dual Active Bridge. (IEEE2018)
  2. A Common Ground Switched-Quasi-Z-Source Bidirectional DC-DC Converter With Wide-Voltage-Gain Range for EVs With Hybrid Energy Sources. (IEEE2018)

 

IX. POWER ELECTRONICS based CUK AND RESONANT CONVERTER

  1. Modified High-Efficiency LLC Converters With Two Split Resonant Branches for Wide Input-Voltage Range Applications. (IEEE2018)
  2. A Voltage Quadrupler Rectifier Based Pulse–Width–Modulated LLC Converter with Wide Output Range. (IEEE2018)
  3. Dynamic Modeling and Controller Design of Dual-Mode Cuk Inverter in Grid-Connected PV/TE Applications. (IEEE2018)
  4. Improved Power Quality Switched Inductor Cuk Converter for Battery Charging Application. (IEEE2018)

 

X. POWER ELECTRONICS based HIGH VOLTAGE

  1. Improvement of Power-Conversion Efficiency of AC–DC Boost Converter Using 1:1 Transformer. (IEEE2018)
  2. High-Efficiency High Step-Up DC-DC Converter With Dual Coupled Inductors for Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Systems. (IEEE2018)
  3. Analysis and Design of High-Efficiency Hybrid High Step-Up DC-DC Converter for Distributed PV Generation Systems (IEEE2018)
  4. High Step-Up Coupled-Inductor Cascade Boost DC-DC Converter With Lossless Passive Snubber. (IEEE2018)
  5. A Three-Winding Coupled-Inductor DC-DC Converter Topology With High Voltage Gain and Reduced Switch Stress. (IEEE2018)

 

XI. POWER ELECTRONICS based PFC AND INTERLEAVED CONVERTER

  1. Interleaved-Input Series-Output Ultra High Voltage Gain DC-DC Converter. (IEEE2018)
  2. Multitrack Power Factor Correction Architecture. (IEEE2018)
  3. Family of ZVT Interleaved Converters With Low Number of Components (IEEE2018)
  4. New Bridgeless Buck PFC Converter with Improved Input Current and Power Factor. (IEEE2018)
  5. A Wide-Input-Range High-Efficiency Step-down Power Factor Correction Converter Using Variable Frequency Multiplier Technique. (IEEE2018)

XII. POWER ELECTRONICS based SOFT SWITCHING ANG MULTIPLE OP CONVERTER

  1. Analysis and Design of an Input-Series Two-Transistor Forward Converter For High-Input Voltage Multiple-Output Applications. (IEEE2018)
  2. An Independently Controlled Single PWM Multiple-Output Narrow-Band Resonant Converter. (IEEE2018)
  3. A New ZVS Full-Bridge DC-DC Converter for Battery Charging With Reduced Losses Over Full-Load Range. (IEEE2018)

 

XIII. POWER ELECTRONICS based Z SOURCE AND SEPIC CONVERTER

  1. Isolated SEPIC DC-DC Converter With Ripple-Free Input Current and Lossless Snubber. (IEEE2018)
  2. A High-Performance Impedance Source Converter with Switched Inductor. (IEEE2018)
  3. Study on A High Voltage Gain SEPIC Based DC-DC Converter with Continuous Input Current for Sustainable Energy Applications. (IEEE2018)
  4. Single-Phase Hybrid Switched Capacitor Voltage-Doubler SEPIC PFC Rectifiers. (IEEE2018)

XIV. POWER ELECTRONICS based LED APPLICATIONS

  1. Loss Analysis for Efficiency Improvement of the Integrated Buck FlybackLED Driver. (IEEE2018)
  2. A PFC Single-Coupled-Inductor Multiple-Output LED Driver without Electrolytic Capacitor. (IEEE2018)

Why Power Electronics

Power electronics is one of the Sources For effective usage of the renewable energy. The domain which is a backbone of hardware manufacturing and it is a application of solid state devices. It is fully based upon real time and economical development oriented like converters, and inverters. The power electronics that is, the course of action done by the fame application of Matlab. The domain which is a provocative for students who they are willing to do something innovative.

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At UNIQ Technologies, Chennai we offer IEEE final year projects on power electronics. The place where techies are trained the students regarding their desire technically. The students who look ahead the place where they can gain knowledge through training given by us is a mimic experience like MNC’s. Training offered as practical demonstration. The exposure of Power electronics derived from latest IEEE standard. We are here to help you Professionals who are from EEE,ECE,E&I,ICE .Even , the delicate projects also done as like as an easy task by our techies. The students can create a project within a allowance. Give your arrival to our foremost Project Centre located at Coimbatore and makes all your thoughts comes true.

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