1st Edition

Emerging Technologies & Applications in Electrical Engineering Proceedings of the International Conference on Emerging Technologies & Applications in Electrical Engineering (ETAEE-2023), December 21-22, 2023, Raipur, India

Edited By Anamika Yadav, K Chandrasekaran, V Hari Priya, D Suresh Copyright 2024
    338 Pages
    by CRC Press

    The First International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Applications in Electrical Engineering (ETAEE 2023) was hosted and organized by the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Raipur, held on 21st to 22nd December 2023, with CRC Press, Taylor and Francis as publication partner. ETAEE-2023 aims to emerge as a platform for in-depth discussions, knowledge sharing, and collaborative efforts. The main theme of the conference was “Sustainable Energy Future”. With professionals from academia, industry, and reputable research institutions coming together, the conference underlined the importance of staying at the forefront of technical breakthroughs to ensure a sustainable energy future. The presentations were delivered by participants on various topics such as Renewable Energy, Smart Grid, High Voltage Technologies, Power Electronics and Drives, Electric Transportation Systems, Instrumentation Control, and IoT Applications in Electrical Engineering. Esteemed academicians chaired these sessions, fostering in-depth discussions and knowledge exchange.

    1. A Critical Review on Battery Management Systems in Electric Vehicles:
    Key Features, Challenges and Recommendations
    J. Vijaychandra, B. Vanajakshi, B. Ram Vara Prasad, K. Veda Prakash
    U. Sri Anjaneyulu and P. Venkata Lakshmi
    2. Artificial Intelligence-Based MPPT Technique for Electric Vehicle
    Charging System Applications
    Vijaychandra Joddumahanthi, Anil Kumar Alamanda,
    Dinesh Kantubhukta, Anitha Kilari, Nagamani Kalyampudi,
    Ramachandra Rao Dogga and P. Hari Priya
    3. Artificial Gorilla Troops Optimizer based Automatic Generation
    Control for Frequency Stability Enrichment in Deregulated System
    Sruthi Nookala, Chandan Kumar shiva and Vedik Basetti
    4. Dissolved Gas Analysis-Based Internal Fault Classification in
    Transformers Using Support Vector Machine
    Vivek Bargate, Ramya Selvaraj, R. N. Patel and Umesh Kumar Joshi
    5. Linear Quadratic Regulator Controlled Four-Bus Closed Loop
    Micro Grid System
    Somala. Arjuna Rao and H.R. Ramesh
    6. An Efficient Hybrid VARMAx-Firefly Optimizer Framework for
    Sleep Scheduling of Small Cells in 5G MIMO Networks
    Kanchan Mankar and Suchita Varade
    7. Analysis of Rogowski Coil Shielding Effectiveness with External
    Vertical Magnetic Field for Horizontal Airgap Using FEM
    Priti Bawankule and Kandasamy Chandrasekaran
    8. Partial Discharge Localization for a Single Source Using Acoustic
    Sensors and XG-Boost Algorithm
    Anna Baby, Nasirul Haque and Preetha P.
    9. Analytical Study on Inrush Charging Current in Switched Capacitor
    Multilevel Inverter
    Pankaj Kumar Yadav, Hari Priya Vemuganti and Monalisa Biswal
    10. Single Phase Shift Control of Dual Active Bridge DC-DC Converter
    Adarsh Singh, Malothu Ganesh, Bhawesh Sahu AND Hari Priya Vemuganti
    11. Short Term Load Forecasting using ANN for Chhattisgarh State
    Suruchi Shrivastava, Anamika Yadav and Shubhrata Gupta
    12. Automatic Fault Detection of Faulty Bypass Diodes in Photovoltaic
    Array using Machine Learning for Residential/Small Scale Systems
    Poorva Sharma and Anamika Yadav
    13. Effect of Wave Rise and Tail Times of Standard Lightning Current on
    Transient Response of the Horizontal Buried Conductor
    Prasad Chongala, Gandi Ramarao and Pratap Kumar Panigrahi
    14.Analysis and Protection of Different Fault in Transmission line using
    MHO Digital Distance Protection Relay
    Dewashri Pansari and Anamika Yadav
    15. A Comprehensive Review on Switched Capacitor Based DC-DC Converters
    Jeetender Vemula, E. Vidya Sagar, B. Sirisha and Vadthya Jagan
    16. Optimizing Solar Power: ANFIS-Based MPPT for Photovoltaic Systems
    MD Mujahid Irfan, M. Raghavendra, Chidurala Saiprakash and
    Md. Madhar Ahmed
    17. An Adaptive DC Link Voltage Three-Phase Photovoltaic Structure for
    CPI Voltage Fluctuations
    K. Neelima, A. Manoj Kumar and Vadthya Jagan
    18. Development and Analysis of IoT-based Smart Healthcare Monitoring
    Subhrat Tripathi, Kaushal Pratap Sengar and Praveen Bansal
    19. Performance Investigation of Three Phase Induction Machine with
    Scalar and Vector Control Method
    Manish Bisoi, Rada Kalyan, Ramya Selvaraj and Hari Priya Vemuganti
    20. Analysis of Single-Phase H6-Clamping Transformerless Inverter
    Topology for Constant Common Mode Voltage
    Ahmad Syed, Nagaraju Budidha, N. Santosh Kumar, P. Hemeshwar Chary,
    G. Bhanu Prasad and Freddy Tan Kheng Suan
    21. Fuzzy Inference System-based DC Fault Detection Method for
    Modular Multilevel Converter HVDC System
    Mahima Kumari and Anamika Yadav
    22. Speed Control of BLDC Motor using High Gain Converter
    Fed Six-Step Inverter
    Konda Naresh, D. Suresh and Swapnajit Pattnaik
    23. Investigation of Topologies and PWM Schemes of RSC-MLI for
    Asymmetrical Configurations
    Supriya Choubey and Hari Priya Vemuganti
    24. Isolation between Internal and External Fault in DC Microgrid using
    Artificial Neural Network
    Aditi Barge and Ebha Koley
    25. Modelling and Examination of Symmetric and Asymmetric CHB
    Inverter for Multiple Output Levels
    B. Sathyavani, Tara Kalyani S and K Sreedevi
    26. A Hybrid Feature Selection based Ensemble Model to Detect IoT
    Security Attacks
    Ritik Ranjan and Tirath Prasad Sahu
    27. Enhancement of Grid Integrated Hybrid Renewable Energy
    Sources with Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles using Novel Control
    Hira Singh Sachdev, Miska Prasad and Parvinder Dung
    28. Comparative Analysis of Grid Forming and Grid following Solar
    Farm Inverter in Islanded Mode using SRF-PLL Control Method
    Sumit Srivastava, Pushkar Tripathi and Guguloth Ravi
    29. DC-DC SMPS with Full Bridge Rectifier at the Secondary
    Himanshu Yadu and D. Suresh
    30. Topological Investigation of HSC Based RSC-MLI Topologies
    K. Sheshu Kumar, Hari Priya Vemuganti and N. Bhanu Prasad
    31. Novel Hybrid PWM for Non-Cascaded RSC-MLI Converters
    Disha Tiwari and V. Hari Priya
    32. Design and Simulation of Electrical (EV) Vehicle Power Supply
    Duddu Rajesh and D. Suresh
    33. Three Level T-type Inverter based Grid Connected Active Power Filter
    D. Suresh
    34. Effect of HALBACH Array PM Arrangement on Surface Mounted PMSM
    Supriya Naik, Baidyanath Bag and Kandasamy Chandrasekaran
    35. Hybrid Sliding Mode Observer-Based Sensorless Speed Control of
    IPMSM for Widest Speed Range
    Uppalapati Sudheer Kumar, Anand Kumar, Sukanta Halder,
    Nilanjan Das, Sk Bittu and Sujeet Kumar
    36. Torque Distortion Minimization of BLDC Motor by Modified DTC
    Avismit Dutta and Aurobinda Panda
    37. Genetic Algorithm based Extended Kalman Filter for Precise State of
    Charge Estimation of Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Nirmala and Subhojit Ghosh
    38. Communication Protocols for Sensor Data Transmission in Smart Grid
    Brundavanam Seshasai, Ebha Koley and Subhojit Ghosh
    39. Arduino-Based Online Estimation of Waveform Attributes
    Alim Khan, Akash Mallela, Jai Kumar Verma and Subhojit Ghosh


    ANAMIKA YADAV: received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from RGPV, Bhopal, in 2002, the M. Tech. degree in integrated power system from V.N.I.T., Nagpur, India, in 2006, and the Ph.D. degree from CSVTU, Bhilai, India, in 2010. She was an Assistant Engineer with the Chhattisgarh State Electricity Board, Raipur, from 2004 to 2009. She is currently a Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT Raipur, Raipur.Her research interests include the application of soft computing techniques to power system protection, FACTS, and smart grid. She received the Institution of Engineers India Young Engineers Award from the Electrical Engineering Division from 2015 to 2016.

    K CHANDRASEKARAN: received the M.E. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Anna University Chennai, Chennai, India, and the Ph.D. degree from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Mangaluru, India. He is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Raipur, Raipur, India. His research interests include lightning electromagnetic field computation and high-voltage engineering.

    D SURESH: received his B.Tech. in electrical and electronics engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India, in 2006 and his M.Tech. in power electronics from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur, India, in 2009. and the Ph.D. degree from the Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India in 2016. He is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Raipur, Raipur, India. His research interests include power quality and multi-level inverter based APFs, grid connected inverter for renewable, electrical drives, and application of IoT in electrical engineering.

    V HARI PRIYA: received the B.Tech. and M.Tech. degrees from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India, in 2010 and 2012, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the National Institute of Technology Warangal, Hanamkonda, India, in 2019. She is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Raipur, Raipur, India. She has authored or coauthored more than five research papers in various journals. Her research interests include multilevel inverters, reduced switch count multilevel inverters, advanced PWM techniques, fault tolerant strategies of inverters, active front-end converters, battery energy storage systems, and electrical vehicles.