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Electrical Engineering

Abstract Project Details

A-1
Title “Industrial Load Controller & Its Managnent”
Projectees Sagar G. Linge
Abhinav J. Giradkar
Rahul O. Gondane
Mayuri M. Gaikwad
Namrata B. Ambule
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mrs. Sarika D Patil, Head-EE, Power Electronics & Power System
Abstract In this project we have  planned  to  analyze  the  maximum demand  for  the  industries  under  load  conditions  and  if  it  exceeds  the  allotted demand  then  the  Electricity  Board  will  insist  penalty  for  that  consumer. So this device will monitor the power demand for each day of a month by using microcontroller and manage the same as per industry requirment. In addition to this the load which is off during peak period are shifted to solar energy system for continue working of appliances.
Keywords Microcontroller, solar energy system
A-2
Title “Reduced Switch Multilevel Inverter”
Projectees Shubham Pawase, Ankit Paunikar, Gaurav Wandre, Vaibhav Vaidya
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mr. Akshay Kadu(Power Electronic)
Abstract A  dc-to-ac  converter  whose  output  is  of  desired  voltage  and  frequency is  called  an inverter.  upon the output voltage level inverters are classified as two level inverters and  multilevel inverter.  inverter have an ability to produce high voltage, hence multilevel inverter gaining more popularity in high power application.  primary difficulty in multilevel inverter is in terms of increased switches.  this work the primary objective is to investigate the multilevel inverter topology with reduced number of switches.
Keywords Multilevel Inverter, Power Electronic Device.
A-3
Title “ESP HOPPER ASH LEVEL DECTECTOR”
Projectees Ms. Ketaki Shionikar ,Ms. Laxmi Kuthe ,   
Ms.   Meenal Borkar ,Mr. Ankit Raut
Mr. Bhushan Aglawe ,Mr. Hrishikesh Kale
Guide(With Area of Specification) Mr. Akshay Kadu(Power Electronic)
Abstract In TPS, due to failure of ash level detector in Hopper of ESP, The whole ESP collapses and a Huge Economical Loss occurs.The Main Objective is to detect and measure the ash , both Effectively and Economically.
Keyword Level Detector & Instrumentation, Power Electronic Device.
A-4
Title  “Performance Analysis of DSTATCOM in a 3-phase, 4-wire system for Load  Compensation”
Projectees  1.Kanchan Pote
2.Rajni Mandokar
3.Samiksha Belkhede
4.Sharayu Dange
5.Sonam Savarkar
6.Sanyukta Ambekar
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
 Ms. Nivedita  Pande (Integrated Power System)
Abstract  Maintaining the power quality in the distribution system is a very difficult task because of increasing industrial and commercial power demand. Due to this the use of power electronics devices is increasing day by day which leads to various power quality issues in the distribution network. Thus, degrading the system performance. Power quality issues are mainly categorized into two: voltage based and current based issues. Current based issues include current harmonics, reactive power, excessive neutral current, etc. To compensate the above mentioned issues a shunt connected custom power device, DSTATCOM will be used.
For this project, 3-phase 4-wire distribution system is considered with non-linear and unbalanced loads. Due to non-linear and unbalanced loads, current based power quality issues are introduced in the system. Current based issues can be mitigated by using DSTATCOM in the system. The main component of DSTATCOM is VSI (Voltage Source Inverter) and thus the four leg VSI with single dc capacitor topology will be used for DSTATCOM configuration. Hysteresis current controlled PWM will be used to trigger the VSI switches because of its ease of implementation and fast dynamic response with peak current limiting capability. For hysteresis control method, reference currents are required which can be acquired through various algorithms among which one will be implemented for reference current generation. The system will be simulated using MATLAB Simulink software.
Keywords  DSTATCOM,  VSI,  Unbalance and non-linear loads, Hysteresis  current controller, Reference Current Generation
A-5
Title “Smart Energy Controlling System for Non Bill Paid Consumer”
Projectees 1. Mr. Ananta S. Pathak                  2. Mr. Rushabh R. Mane 
3 .Mr. Akshay G. Ambatkar           4. Ms. Suvarna W. Dhole
5.Mr. Sankalp S. Kamnapure         6.Ms. Vaishali N. Bhardwaj
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mrs. Sarika D Patil, Head-EE, Power Electronics & Power System
Dr. S. G. Kadwane, Professor, YCCE, Nagpur
Abstract The main objective of this project is to design and control a system which will cutoff the electricity connection directly from the Electricity pole for the consumers who fail to pay electricity bill on time. Also, when M.S.E.B Officials arrive at that particular site to CUT-OFF the supply from the M.S.E.B. Office, some consumers argue with the officials and they try to settle the matter by giving bribes. Even if after disconnecting the supply, some consumers may BYPASS the system and connect the home appliances from the service mains.
So to overcome all these issues we are designing a system which can automatically CUT-OFF the electric supply from the POLE itself for that particular customer.
Keywords Smart controlling, electricity consumers, cut-off.
A-6
Title Solar Based Energy Utilization
Projectees Aniket Bhiwapurkar, Akshay Bhalerao, Ankur Kosarkar, Priti Dixit, Aishwarya Parelliwar & Mohinee Neware.
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mr. Abhay Dalal
Abstract The project will be about optimum use of available solar energy for driving as many loads as possible hence reducing the dependency on main grid for economic advantages by continuously monitoring the consumer’s energy consumption.
Keywords Solar, Energy Monitoring, Load switching.
A-7
Title "Underground cable fault locator using microcontroller".
Projectees Ms. Aakanksha Awghad Ms. Rupali Jumale Mr. Abhijeet Bhange Mr. Pranav Agraekar
5)Mr. Swapnil Shivankar
6)Mr. Tushar Rahate
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mr. Abhay Dalal
Abstract The underground cable system is a common practice followed in many urban areas, the repairing process related to that particular cable is difficult due to not knowing the exact location of the fault in cable.
The objective of this project is to determine the exact location of the fault in cable.
Keywords Fault location and detection
A-8
Title “Protection of Single Bus system by using Hybrid Breakers”
Projectees Ms.Neha Patil, Ms.Neha Kohale, Ms.Naznin Sheikh, Mr.Lokesh Sawarkar, Mr.Abhishek Mulmule
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mr.Rahul Dilip Jawale,  Power System
Mr.Rahul B Nagpure , Dy Engineer, Kanhan Section MSTCL, Nagpur Division
Abstract In the Modern Power System the protection of Single bus system is a bigger challenge from L-L,L-L-L faults. To avoid the interruption of Bus and load Hybrid circuit breakers are used. Hybrid circuit breakers interrupt faulty half section and backup is provided though other half, such that bus and load remains. This project will be the comparative analysis between the normal breakers and hybrid breakers on Single bus system. The 220KV Khapakheda-Kanhan line is being taken for study and will try to simulate though PSCAD.
Keywords Protection, Hybrid Breakers, Bus Bar
A-9
Title High Frequency Switched Single Phase Induction Motor Control using single switch
Projectees
  1. Gaurav Sarode(55)
  2. Aakash Datir(36)
  3. Shubham Nivasakar(72)
  4. Udayan Meshram(76)
  5. Aaditya Dalvi(35)
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Miss. Anagha  Gajbhiye
Abstract                  Phase angle controlled converter using back to back Thyristors or Triacs are being adopted to controlled the speed of voltage controlled single phase Induction Motor used for domestic Fan / Blower loads.
This method suffers from the disadvantages of low input power factor at lowers speeds due to low power factor. The fan draws more current than the required one. This leads to higher I²R Cu losses occurring in the stator of the single phase motor. The proposed techniques of i) Symmetrical Angle Controlled ii) High Frequency PWM Controlled are proposed with this techniques. This motor is expected to draw lesser current at higher input power factor as compared to existing firing angle controlled speed controlled techniques. In this way, the motor would operate at higher efficiency, low Cu loss, high input power factor and reduced low order harmonics.  
Keywords I.M.,PWM ,MOSFET/IGBT.
A-10
Title Innovative waste collection system using wireless sensors.
Projectees Akshad Tamekar  Anshul Raut Akash Chahodkar Amol Thool  Akshay Bhoskar Vaibhav Channe
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Miss. Prerna Khobragade
Abstract In this we propose a method for waste disposal facility to make our city a smart city. By using this method a healthy environment can be acquired and this can be done with of help of sensor based system.  By incorporating High capacity trucks we can achieve reduction in waste collection operational costs because the route trips to the dumps are reduced due to high waste storage capacity of these trucks. In this system the position and status of the box is known without visiting the place in person and its status will be known to its operator automatically. 
Keywords Sensors, High capacity trucks
A-11
Title “Solar PV grid interconnected system using PVsyst software ”
Projectees
Kshitij Kurhadkar ,Akshay Kagdelwar, Anup Bagde Ratnamala Daware ,Sharda Satpute
Guide
Co-Guide (Designation, Company name)
Mr.Akshay Deshmukh             
Abstract Photo voltaic system use solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity. A system is made up of one or more solar panels usually a controller or power converter and the interconnections and mountings for other components.
A small PV system may provide energy to single consumer or to an isolated device such as lamp or weather instrument. They range from small residential and commercial rooftop systems to large utility-scale solar power stations. A grid connected system is connected to a large independent grid (typically the public electricity grid) and feeds power into the grid. This is the form of decentralized electricity generation. In case of residential or building mounted grid connected PV system the electricity demand of the building is met by the PV system. Only the excess is fed into the grid when there is an excess.
The grid connected system from residential (2-10kW) to solar power stations (up to 10’s of MW).
Keywords PV system, decentralized electricity generation