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Vol. 12 Issue 12

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December 01, 2020

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Publication Date:
December 25, 2020
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 12 Issue 12      Submission Start Date: December 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: December 10, 2020      Submission End: December 20, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: December 22, 2020      Publication Date: December 25, 2020




Volume XI Issue IX

Author Name
Anant Kumar, Prof. Ragini Singh
Year Of Publication
2019
Volume and Issue
Volume 11 Issue 9
Abstract
The power electronics device which converts DC power to AC power at required output voltage and frequency level is known as Converter. Converters can be broadly classified into single level Converter and multilevel Converter. Multilevel Converter as compared to single level Converters have advantages like minimum harmonic distortion, reduced EMI/RFI generation and can operate on several voltage levels. A multi-stage Converter is being utilized for multipurpose applications, such as active power filters, static VAR compensators and machine drives for sinusoidal and trapezoidal current applications. The drawbacks are the isolated power supplies required for each one of the stages of the multi Converter and it’s also lot harder to build, more expensive, harder to control in software. This project aims at the simulation study of three phase single level and multilevel Converters. The role of Converters in active power filter for harmonic filtering is studied and simulated
PaperID
2019/EUSRM/9/2019/55225

Author Name
Saurabh Sharma, Dr. Jaipal Singh Bist
Year Of Publication
2019
Volume and Issue
Volume 11 Issue 9
Abstract
IoT (Internet of Things) has been commercialized recently; studies are underway for user-customized services. Accordingly, the service should be changed according to the characteristics of the user rather than the unified service. However, when existing systems operate automatically, there is a problem of providing a uniform service to all users without providing a customized service. To solve this problem, in this paper proposes an IoT based control system for analyzing user commands. The system collects the user's remote control commands to organize the user data sets, classify the collected user's commands according to the devices, and classify the user's work orders in time to derive the average operation of the devices. Through this, it is possible to provide services with improved user convenience and system accuracy. They can communicate with home automation network through an Internet gateway, by means of low power communication protocols like Zigbee, Wi-Fi et
PaperID
2019/EUSRM/9/2019/55226