Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering

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Sandesh R Kempawade, M. S. Mahagaonkar
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering pp 42-57; https://doi.org/10.46610/jepse.2022.v08i02.006

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In this paper the study describes a single-stage, self-contained solar photovoltaic (SPV) array-fed, permanent magnet synchronous motor water pumping system (PMSM). The two main contributions of this research are i) the development of a novel modified vector control (MVC) that improves the system's torque behaviour and (ii) the development of a special incremental conductance with variable step size (VSS-INC) with a stage technique that results in a rapid response. Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) is offered, a DC-DC converter between stages is not required, and (iii) the system's overall response time under dynamic conditions is enhanced with the use of an SPV Power Feed Forward Term (FFT). A pump, a three-phase voltage source inverter (VSI), a PMSM, and an SPV array are among the parts of this system. Solar energy is transformed into electrical energy by the SPV array. The VSI performs the role of a power processing unit (PPU), supplying the necessary power to drive the PMSM. The motor-coupled pump completes the task of pumping water while the PMSM rotates. The provided empower system toolbox is used with MATLAB/Simulink to model and simulate this system.
Naresh Kumar, Prashant Kumar
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 8, pp 29-34; https://doi.org/10.46610/jepse.2022.v08i01.004

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In modern days with the tremendous rise of vehicle numbers on the roadways, traffic jams have been found a massive problem. In the current scenario we can't say that traffic jam is occurring mainly in urban areas, in rural area also traffic jams are increasing. These traffic jams are behind problems like air pollution, noise pollution or delay in time. These traffic jams can't be resolved by only deploying traffic lights in all cities because these lights have fixed intervals of time between red and green lights. Keeping this in mind many attempts were done to change the time interval according to the density of vehicles on the road. This paper summarizes different techniques for traffic management and control systems that can be used for the improvement of the current system.
Joniur Rahaman
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 8, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.46610/joepse.2022.v08i01.001

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The term "smart grid" refers to the transformation of the traditional electric power grid into a modern grid. Modernization of the present electric power system is an important step to implement the Smart Grid technology. The structure of the existing power sector in Bangladesh is almost a hundred years old. Due to which the power sector of Bangladesh facing huge power wastage. A Smart Grid also ensures the efficient transmission and distribution of electric power. This paper gives a brief description of Smart Grid, the latest trends, challenges, prospects, cost analysis of smart grid equipment, and its facility. The spotlight of this paper is to implement the Smart Grid's perspective to Bangladesh. That’s included to have new distributed generation technology, smart meter, a pilot project, etc. Also, the main objective of this paper is the comprehensive development of transmission and distribution loss reduction, which will be saving a big amount of capital every year. And that will play a huge role in the economy of Bangladesh to move forward in global progress.
Ajay Yadav, Shalini Goad
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.46610/joepse.2021.v07i03.003

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The Electrical power transmission and distribution power traces performs important roles in Power System strategies it has to reap the crucial continuity of carrier of power supply to the cease users. The power transmission traces join the producing stations and cargo centers. The possibility of fault occurrences in transmission traces could be very high. Since faults can destabilize the electricity device it should be remote without delay for recovery of electricity supply. It is fault evaluation could be very critical difficulty in power approach engineering just so to clean faults fast and repair electricity deliver as quickly as feasible with minimal interruption. In this paper gives a literature evaluate of electricity transmission line faults detection.
Mohammad Tawhidul Alam, Foysal Dhali, Al Amin
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 6, pp 21-30; https://doi.org/10.46610/joepse.2020.v06i03.003

Kanhaiya Barman, Dolly Thankachan
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 6, pp 6-11; https://doi.org/10.46610/joepse.2020.v06i02.002

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Planning of microgrids has been a difficult problem, due to the fact that this planning requires considerations of different kinds of loads, channels and sources. Due to such a complex structure, it is recommended to use machine learning algorithms to solve the planning issues. In this paper, we have demonstrated the design of a genetic algorithm and a particle swarm optimization algorithm for planning of micro-grids. This planning takes into consideration the standard 26-bus system as proposed by the American Electric Power Association (AEPA). Results indicate that Genetic Algorithm outperforms Particle Swarm Optimization in terms of planning. Thereby GA must be used for planning of micro-grids as it improves the power and load performance by more than 10%.
Arjun Singh Solanki, Dolly Thankachan
Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering, Volume 6, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.46610/joepse.2020.v06i02.001

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The traditional power systems comprise of the generation system which consists of huge central power stations, the transmission and sub-transmission systems to deliver power from remote generating plants to the location near load centres, and therefore the distribution system to serve all end users like residential, commercial and industrial loads. the facility flow is hence, unidirectional, that is, from generation to the load centres. With the ever-increasing demand of electricity that has been raising important power grid operational issues like voltage and frequency instability, the mixing of distributed energy resources into the fashionable power systems became very fashionable since previous couple of decades. The fast depletion of fuel reserves and environmental concerns have provided greater incentive to integrate renewable energy-based Distribution Energy Resources (DER) like solar, wind and biomass in modern power systems. DERs are usually connected to the facility distribution system. during this paper, we evaluate different techniques of power control for PV systems, and evaluate the simplest techniques which will be used for an equivalent purpose.
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