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2016 – 2017 Final Year Projects :: Power Electronics – Titles & Abstracts


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Titles 2016 – 2017 :: Power Electronics Projects

ETPL PELE – 001

Investigations in the Modelling and Control of a Medium-Voltage Hybrid Inverter
System That Uses a Low-Voltage/Low-Power Rated Auxiliary Current Source Inverter

ETPL PELE – 002

Hybrid Modulation Scheme for a High-Frequency AC-Link Inverter

ETPL PELE – 003

Three-Level PWM Floating H-Bridge Sine wave Power Inverter for
High-Voltage and High-Efficiency Applications

ETPL PELE – 004

A Capacitor Voltage-Balancing Method for Nested Neutral Point
Clamped (NNPC) Inverter

ETPL PELE – 005

Analysis and Design of Modified Half-Bridge Series-Resonant Inverter
with DC-Link Neutral-Point-Clamped Cell

ETPL PELE – 006

Improved single-phase transformer less inverter with high power density
and high efficiency for grid-connected photovoltaic systems

ETPL PELE – 007

Realisation of ‘more electric ships’ through a modular, efficient, tank-less
and non-resonant inverter

ETPL PELE – 008

Modeling and Analysis of Class EF and Class E/F Inverters with Series-Tuned Resonant Networks

ETPL PELE – 009

A Fault-Tolerant Dual Three-Level Inverter Configuration for Multipole
Induction Motor Drive with Reduced Torque Ripple

ETPL PELE – 010

Linear Over modulation Strategy for Current Control in Photovoltaic
Inverter

ETPL PELE – 011

A DC/DC Modular Current-Source Differential-Mode Inverter

ETPL PELE – 012

A Novel Zero-Voltage-Switching Push–Pull High-Frequency-Link
Single-Phase Inverter

ETPL PELE – 013

Design and Implementation of a Novel Multilevel DC–AC Inverter

ETPL PELE – 014

Design and Development of an Efficient Multilevel DC/AC Traction
Inverter for Railway Transportation Electrification

ETPL PELE – 015

Generalized Structure for a Single Phase Switched-Capacitor Multilevel Inverter
Using a New Multiple DC Link Producer with Reduced Number of Switches

ETPL PELE – 016

Eliminated Common-Mode Voltage Pulse width Modulation to Reduce
Output Current Ripple for Multilevel Inverters

ETPL PELE – 017

A New Cascaded Switched-Capacitor Multilevel Inverter Based on
Improved Series–Parallel Conversion with Less Number of Components

ETPL PELE – 018

Harmonic Elimination in Multilevel Inverters under Unbalanced
Voltages and Switching Deviation Using a New Stochastic Strategy

ETPL PELE – 019

Topology for cascaded multilevel inverter

ETPL PELE – 020

Simplified Three-Level Five-Phase SVPWM

ETPL PELE – 021

A Fault-Tolerant Dual Three-Level Inverter Configuration for Multipole
Induction Motor Drive with Reduced Torque Ripple

ETPL PELE – 022

A New Technique to Equalize Branch Currents in Multiarray LED
Lamps Based on Variable Inductors

ETPL PELE – 023

Active DC-Link Capacitor Harmonic Current Reduction in Two-Level
Back-to-Back Converter

ETPL PELE – 024

A Family of Five-Level Dual-Buck Full-Bridge Inverters for Grid-Tied
Applications

ETPL PELE – 025

Non-isolated Bidirectional Soft-Switching Current-Fed LCL Resonant
DC/DC Converter to Interface Energy Storage in DC Microgrid

ETPL PELE – 026

Stabilization of a Cascaded DC Converter System via Adding a Virtual
Adaptive Parallel Impedance to the Input of the Load Converter

ETPL PELE – 027

DC–DC Autotransformer with Bidirectional DC Fault Isolating
Capability

ETPL PELE – 028

A Modified Reference of an Intermediate Bus Capacitor Voltage-Based
Second-Harmonic Current Reduction Method for a Standalone

ETPL PELE – 029

Novel Isolated Multilevel DC–DC Power Converter

ETPL PELE – 030

Hybrid Modulation Scheme for a High-Frequency AC-Link Inverter

ETPL PELE – 031

A Peak-Capacitor-Current Pulse-Train-Controlled Buck Converter with
Fast Transient Response and a Wide Load Range

ETPL PELE – 032

A Single-Sensor-Based MPPT Controller for Wind-Driven Induction
Generators Supplying DC Microgrid

ETPL PELE – 033

Adaptive DC-Link Voltage Control of Two-Stage Photovoltaic Inverter
during Low Voltage Ride-Through Operation

ETPL PELE – 034

Improved ZVS Three-Level DC–DC Converter with Reduced
Circulating Loss

ETPL PELE – 035

Series-Input Parallel-Output Modular-Phase DC–DC Converter with
Soft-Switching and High-Frequency Isolation

ETPL PELE – 036

A Cascade Point of Load DC–DC Converter with a Novel Phase Shifted
Switched Capacitor Converter Output Stage

ETPL PELE – 037

Analytical Determination of Conduction and Switching Power Losses in Flying-Capacitor-Based Active Neutral-Point-Clamped Multilevel Converter

ETPL PELE – 038

A 98.7% Efficient Composite Converter Architecture with Application-Tailored Efficiency Characteristic

ETPL PELE – 039

High Gain DC–DC Converter Based on the Cockcroft–Walton Multiplier

ETPL PELE – 040

Decoding and Synthesizing Transformer less PWM Converters

ETPL PELE – 041

A Peak-Capacitor-Current Pulse-Train-Controlled Buck Converter with
Fast Transient Response and a Wide Load Range.

ETPL PELE – 042

Analysis and implementation of wide zero-voltage switching dual full-bridge converters

ETPL PELE – 043

Design of a Modular, High Step-Up Ratio DC–DC Converter for HVDC
Applications Integrating Offshore Wind Power

ETPL PELE – 044

Power System Stability Analysis Using Feedback Control System
Modeling Including HVDC Transmission Links

ETPL PELE – 045

Stability of Distributed Power Delivery Systems with Multiple Parallel
On-Chip LDO Regulators

ETPL PELE – 046

Delay-Dependent Stability Control for Power System with Multiple
Time-Delays

ETPL PELE – 047

A Fuzzy Logic Controlled Bridge Type Fault Current Limiter for
Transient Stability Augmentation of Multi-Machine Power System

ETPL PELE – 048

Impact of over excitation Limiters on the Power System Stability Margin
under Stressed Conditions.

ETPL PELE – 049

Dynamic Modeling of Cascading Failure in Power Systems

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