International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2088-8694 / 2088-8694
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Fatiha Habbi, Nour El Houda Gabour, El Ghalia Boudissa, M’Hamed Bounekhla
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1216-1227

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In this paper a regulation of the terminal voltage of synchronous generator (SG) has been developed. Here, the nonlinear model of the SG is used directly without requirement for a linearized mathematical model of the generator. A proportional integral PI-controller is used to adjust the duty cycle of the DC chopper of step-down type for controlling the field voltage and consequently the output voltage of the generator. Furthermore, Particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm is employed as an optimization technique for tuning the optimal parameters of the PI controller (Kp and Ki). This is achieved by the minimization of the quadratic output error between the reference voltage and the output voltage calculated from the adopted model at the same time. In order to test the performance of the PSO-PI controller, results are compared with the genetic algorithm (GA). Moreover, to reduce the overshoot resulting in the response of the terminal voltage, a varied reference voltage is adopted. Results obtained show the superiority of the varied reference voltage to decrease the overshoot versus the fixed reference voltage.
Khairul Kamarudin Hasan, Shakir Saat, Yusmarnita Yusop, Masmaria Abdul Majid, Mohd Sufian Ramli
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1265-1274

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This research introduces the analysis and design of Class E-LCCL for capacitive power transfer (CPT) system. The CPT Class-E LCCL system is able to operate at high-frequency with decreased capacitance plate size and at reduced power losses by minimising switching losses. Additionally, the design of a CPT Class-E LCCL power amplifier is less complicated, since it is usually lighter and smaller with comparative intolerance to different circuit variants; hence, enabling the possibility of miniaturising the system. In this work, the capability of the CPT Class-E LCCL CPT system powered by 24 V DC supply voltage while operating at 1 MHz was analysed via experimental works and extensive simulation. Lastly, a CPT Class-E LCCL system prototype was built, generating 10 W output power via a 0.1 cm air gap at a near-perfect efficiency level of 96.68%. These findings could be beneficial for household apparatus, medical implants, and charging consumer electronics.
Mohd Saufi Ahmad, Dahaman Ishak, Tiang Tow Leong, Mohd Rezal Mohamed
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp726-735

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This paper describes the performance enhancement of double stator permanent magnet synchronous machines (DS-PMSM) based on genetic algorithm optimization (GAO). Generally, throughout the development stage, an analytical calculation is implemented to build the initial model of the DS-PMSM since the analytical calculation can provide the initial parameters based on the types and materials used in the machine design. For further improvement, GAO might potentially be applied to provide the optimization technique in searching the optimal motor parameters iteratively and intelligently with specific objective functions. For this aim, a three-phase, DS-PMSM with different number of slots between the outer and inner stators is first designed by using analytical parameter estimation and then later optimized by GAO. The outer and inner stators have 12-slots and 9-slots respectively, while, the rotor carries 10 magnetic poles. Four main input motor parameters, i.e. outer stator slot opening, outer magnet pole arc, inner stator slot opening and inner magnet pole arc are varied and optimized to achieve the design objective functions, i.e. high output torque, low torque ripple, low cogging torque and low total harmonic distortion (THDv). The results from the optimized GAO are compared with the initial motor model and further validated by finite element method (FEM). The results show a good agreement between GAO and FEM. GAO has achieved very significant improvements in enhancing the machine performance.
Rekha P S, Vijayakumar T.
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1239-1251

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In recent days switched reluctance motor is widely used for numerous industrial applications due to its simple structure, minimum cost and maximum efficiency. Regardless of numerous exclusive benefits of the switched reluctance motor (SRM), acoustic noise of this motor is high and it is important to accomplish more analysis on the noise lessening, which is the primary goal of this paper. The major causes of acoustic noise in a SRM are torque ripple and radial magnetic force. Since radial magnetic force is highly influential by the design of motor, torque ripple control is analysed in this article for acoustic noise control. Torque ripple control of SRM is proposed using optimization in direct torque control (DTC) method. Nowadays, optimisation plays a crucial role in motor drives for enhanced control. In this paper, artificial raindrop algorithm is proposed in DTC of SRM to minimise torque ripple. Performance of proposed ARA based DTC of four-phase 8/6 SRM is analysed using Matlab and compared with the performance of fuzzy gain scheduling PI controller based DTC.
Ramya Devasahayam, Godwin Immanuel D
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp913-923

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The work is concerning a multi-port dc-dc converter with improved time response and steady state output. Here the converter carries bare amount of switches for managing the power with mono inductance. The inductance and along with that the switched capacitance are pre owned to bring large voltage gain. This paper put forwarded an appropriate controller for the closed loop monitored high-gain converter with three ports. Higher is that the conversion rate. This converter is also a good interface between DC-source and load that aims to progressing time response with FLC and PI controller in the closed loop system. The converter with the PI controller and FLC is look over and the fast responses are compared with time domain specifications. The simulation outcome indicates that the FLC based converter brings most excellent time domain response.
Arjun Kumar Gb, Shivashankar Shivashankar, Keshavamurthy Keshavamurthy
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1150-1161

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This paper describes the architecture and control of an autonomous hybrid solar-wind system (AHSWS) powered distributed generation system supplying to a 3ϕ-4 wire system. It includes a nonlinear controlling technique for maximum power point tracking (MPPT) used in doubly fed induction generator dependent wind energy translation scheme and solar photovoltaic system (SPVS). In the hybrid model, the DC/DC converter output from the PV system is explicitly coupled with the DC-link of DFIG's back-to-back converter. An arithmetical model of the device is developed, derived using a suitable d-q reference frame. The grid-voltage-oriented vector regulation is required to manage the GSC to keep the steady-state voltage of the DC bus and to adjust reactive power on the grid side. Also, the stator-voltageoriented control scheme offers a stable function of DFIG to regulate the RSC on the stator edge for reactive and active power management in this approach. DC/DC converter is being used to maintain the maximum power from SPVS. A Perturb & Observe method is used for tracing maximum power in an SPVS. The simulation designs of 4.0kW DFIG and 4.5kW solar array simulator are built-in SIMPOWER software kit of MATLAB, it is shown to achieve optimum efficiency under various mechanical and electrical circumstances. It can produce rated frequency and voltage in both scenarios.
Bishwa Babu Acharya, , Aayush Bhattarai, Nawraj Bhattarai
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp822-831

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This paper presents archimedes optimization algorithm(AOA) and dispersive flies optimization(DFO) to optimally tune gain parameters of PID control scheme in order to regulate DC motor’s speed. These suggested techniques tune the controller by the minimization of the fitness function represented by the integral of time multiplied by absolute error (ITAE). The modelling and simulation are carried out in MATLAB/Simulink. The transient response of unit step input obtained from AOA-PID-ITAE andDFO-PID-ITAE controllers were compared to those obtained from Ziegler-Nichols (ZN) method and particle swarm optimization(PSO). The results indicate that AOA-PID-ITAE and DFO-PID-ITAE are more efficient than ZN method and PSO in reducing rise time and settling time. Likewise, DFOconverge faster to the optimal solution with lower overshoot than AOA and PSO.
Hanan Boulaich, Assia Benkaddour, Ouafae Hamdoun, Elhassan Aroudam
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1045-1054

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This work concerns numerical studies of PVT air collector operating in dynamic mode. We presented the temperature of the solar cells and of the air at the outlet of the PVT collector with and without reflectors. The obtained simulation results has been validated by comparating with the experimental results available in literature, where good agreement was been noted. In addition, we determine the optimal position of the reflectors by numerical calculation, in order to obtain the maximal concentration of the solar radiation intensity on PV/T collector. The thermal and electrical efficiency of PV/T collector without reflectors and with reflectors in optimal position have been calculated for composite climate at Tetouan (-5°N, 35.5°E). So, the effect of adding solar reflectors on the electrical and thermal performance is showing.
Ali M Baniyounes, Yazeed Yasin Ghadi, Maryam Mahmoud Akho Zahia, Eyad Adwan, Kalid Oliemat
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1283-1292

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This article is divided into three parts: the first presents a simulation study of the effect of occupancy level on energy usage pattern of Engineering building of Applied Science Private university, Amman, Jordan. The simulation was created on simulation mechanism by means of EnergyPlus software and improved by using the building’s data such as building’s as built plan, occupant’s density level based on data about who utilize the building throughout operational hours, energy usage level, Heating Ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system, lighting and its control systems and etc. Data regarding occupancy density level estimation is used to provide the proposed controller with random number of users grounded on report were arranged by the university’s facilities operational team. The other division of this paper shows the estimated saved energy by the means of suggested advanced add-on, FUZZY-PID controlling system. The energy savings were divided into summer savings and winter savings. The third division presents economic and environmental analysis of the proposed advanced fuzzy logic controllers of smart buildings in Subtropical Jordan. The economic parameters that were used to evaluate the system economy performance are life-cycle analysis, present worth factor and system payback period. The system economic analysis was done using MATLAB software
Jyothi P. Phatak, L. Venkatesha, C. S. Raviprasad
International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS), Volume 12; doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp637-649

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The energy consumption of electric vehicles (EVs)depends on traffic environment, terrain, resistive forces acting on vehicle, vehicle characteristics and driving habits of driver. The battery pack in EV is the main energy storage element and the energy capacity determines the range of vehicle. This paper discusses the behavior of battery when EV is subjected to different driving environments such as urban and highway. The battery rating is selected based on requirement of driving cycle. The MATLAB/Simulink model of battery energy storage system (BESS) consisting of battery, bidirectional DC/DCconverter and electric propulsion system is built. The simulation is carried out and the performance of BESS is tested for standard driving cycles which emulate actual driving situations. It has been shown that, the amount of the energy recovered by battery during deceleration depends on the amount of regenerative energy available in the driving cycle. If the battery recovers more energy during deceleration, the effective energy consumed by it reduces and the range of the vehicle increases.
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