Modeling and Control of Power Electronics Converter Systems for Power Quality Improvements provides grounded theory for the modeling, analysis and control of different converter topologies that improve the power quality of mains. Intended for researchers and practitioners working in the field, topics include modeling equations and the state of research to improve power quality converters. By presenting control methods for different converter topologies and aspects related to multi-level inverters and specific analysis related to the AC interface of drives, the book helps users by putting a particular emphasis on different control algorithms that enhance knowledge and research work.
- Present In-depth coverage of modeling and control methods for different converter topology
- Includes a particular emphasis on different control algorithms to give readers an easier understanding
- Provides a results and discussion chapter and MATLAB simulation to support worked examples and real-life application scenarios
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2. Control Strategies of Shunt Active Filters
3. Multi-Level Inverters
4. Control Strategies of Reduced Device Count Multi-Level Inverter
5. Active Waveshaping Techniques for Power Quality Improvements in AC Drive
6. Isolated Active Waveshaping Techniques for Power Quality Improvements in AC Drive
Dr Sanjeet Dwivedi is working as Senior R&D Motor and Application Control Engineer in Danfoss Power Electronics A/S Denmark. He is Adjunct Professor in Power Electronics at Curtin University Perth. He obtaind 1st Masters M.E. in power electronics and drive (with Gold Medal) from IIT-R & IInd Masters M.Sc. Engineeirng in Innovation and Business from DK, Ph.D degree from IIT-D. He got Man on the Moon Award of Danfoss and IETE-Bimal Bose award-2017. He is TE of IEEETMech and AE of IEEE TIE
Dr. Shailendra Jain is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, India. His research interests include Power Electronics & Electrical Drives, Power Quality Improvement, Active Power Filter/ STATCOM/ HPF Converters, Multilevel Inverters, Reduce Device Count MLIs, Electrical Vehicular Systems, Distributed Generation, Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Systems, High Speed Transit System. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals.
Gupta, Krishna Kumar
Prof Krishna Kumar Gupta obtained B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) and M.Tech. (Power Systems) degrees from Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) Bhopal in 2005 and 2007 respectively. He pursued research on "emerging topologies of multilevel inverters and awarded Ph.D by MANIT Bhopal in the year 2013.
He has authored many articles published in international journals and conferences. He is an active reviewer of many journals including IEEE Transactions of Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions of Power Electronics and IET Power Electronics. His areas of interest include power electronics for renewable energy, energy storage devices for power system applications, real time controllers for power electronic systems and modulation strategies for power converters. Dr. Gupta is a recipient of the Young Scientist Award, conferred by Council of Science and Technology, Government of M.P. He has authored a book on Inverters, published by Elsevier Inc. He has also contributed chapters in the book on Electrical Drives being published by IEEE-Wiley Press. He has been invited as an Expert Speaker to many NITs. In addition, he is working on funded project on improving the LED driving technology for enhanced warranty of LED products.
Dr. Pradyumn Chaturvedi's current research area is Multilevel Converters, Its Applications in High Power Electrical Drives and Renewable Energy Sources, Power Quality Improvement, Photovoltaic Power Conditioning.