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The Future Of Rural Communities, Alondra B. Perez, Yanliang Zhang (Mentor) 2015 Boise State University

The Future Of Rural Communities, Alondra B. Perez, Yanliang Zhang (Mentor)

Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research

There is a problem in how modern energy is being distributed throughout the world; less than a quarter of the population have access to energy. Limited energy access is seen in rural areas because of the costs that comes from transporting material and making modern energy resources (solar panels, wind turbines, etc..). Through research on thermoelectric devices, there have been many theories tested in order to improve energy efficiency focusing on easy maneuverable resources. At Boise State’s Advanced Energy Lab, thermoelectric generators are being created and modified which can be used to help communities from rural areas power utilities ...


Transient Analysis Of Second-Order Charge Pump Pll For Phase Step Input, Mohammad Vafadar, Habib Adrang 2015 Nour Branch, Islamic Azad University, Nour, Iran

Transient Analysis Of Second-Order Charge Pump Pll For Phase Step Input, Mohammad Vafadar, Habib Adrang

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper presents the analysis and simulation of second-order charge pump phase-locked loop by applying the phase step at the entrance and calculates the fast lock and transient time and the effects of loop parameters such as capacitor, resistor, loo filter current, control voltage oscillator at the at the fast lock investigated and plotted in the diagram at transition time. All simulation was performed by matlab software.


Supercapacitors Energy Storage Based Dstatcom Modeling And Simulation For Distribution System (Smart Grid), M. Abbas Khan, Haider Ali, Nouman Shah, Dr.M Tariq 2015 Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management Sciences

Supercapacitors Energy Storage Based Dstatcom Modeling And Simulation For Distribution System (Smart Grid), M. Abbas Khan, Haider Ali, Nouman Shah, Dr.M Tariq

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

DSTATCOM is a custom power device that is used to regulate the voltage sags/swells in the distribution system for maintaining the rated voltage level at the terminal of load/sensitive loads. The DSTATCOM can inject three-phase voltages at point of common coupling whose magnitude and phase angle can be regulated with PI controller, while the super capacitors are used to meet the instantaneous power demand since they can store and quickly release significant amounts of energy. This paper explores the use of Super capacitors in DSTATCOM in place of battery for control of load terminal voltage


Traveling Wave Solutions For The Foam Drainage Equation And The Enhanced ( G/G )-Expansion Method, S. M. Rayhanul Islam, M. Shuzon Ali, M. Shaiful Islam, Kamruzzaman Khan 2015 Department of Mathematics, Pabna University of Science & Technology, Pabna-6600, Bangladesh

Traveling Wave Solutions For The Foam Drainage Equation And The Enhanced ( G/G )-Expansion Method, S. M. Rayhanul Islam, M. Shuzon Ali, M. Shaiful Islam, Kamruzzaman Khan

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

In this paper, the enhanced ( G/G )-expansion method is used to assemble the traveling wave solutions involving parameters of the Foam Drainage equation, where G  G() satisfies a second order linear differential equation. The traveling wave solutions are expressed by the hyperbolic functions and the trigonometric functions. When some arbitrary functions included in these solutions are taken as some special functions, these solutions possess profuse structures. This method is direct, concise elementary and effective and can be used for many other nonlinear evolutions equations.


Optimal Design And Feasibility Study Of Renewable Hybrid Energy Systems, Sayantani Dey, Samrat Malakar 2015 Associate Members, The Institution of Engineers

Optimal Design And Feasibility Study Of Renewable Hybrid Energy Systems, Sayantani Dey, Samrat Malakar

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

Of the 1.24 billion people in the country, more than 450 million people do not have access to electricity as well as over 95,000 villages still remain dark after sunset. Even the electrified villages suffer power cuts of 15 hours or more on a daily basis. These problems compel us to resort to other energy sources that are inexhaustible. The paper proposes analysis and comparative study of Hybrid Renewable Electric System, especially Photovoltaic-Fuel cell hybrid system, Wind-Fuel cell hybrid system and Photovoltaic-Wind-Fuel Cell hybrid system with Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric Renewable (HOMER) software for distributed generation system ...


Mcu—Based Robotic Elbow Movement Control, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Roselito E. Tolentino, Nicomedes C. Javier, Haihang Zhang 2015 Department of Electronics Engineering, Adamson University, Philippines

Mcu—Based Robotic Elbow Movement Control, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Roselito E. Tolentino, Nicomedes C. Javier, Haihang Zhang

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper proposes an MCU based robotic elbow movement control. In recent years, a lot of research has been developed in alignment with mimicking body movement especially in the field of medical and industrial applications. Robotic movement has different implementations. The usual method is through PID controller. However, implementation is complicated, response is slow, and movement control is delayed. Speed is also a problem causing the human arm and robotic arm not synchronized with their movement. In this paper, the fuzzy logic method is substituted to PID control. The MCU is used in the implementation of robotic elbow movement. The ...


An Efficient Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverter For Reducing Thd With Selective Harmonic Elimination Pulse Width Modulation (Shepwm), M. Abbas Khan, Haider Ali, syed nouman Shah, Dr.M Tariq 2015 1Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management Sciences

An Efficient Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverter For Reducing Thd With Selective Harmonic Elimination Pulse Width Modulation (Shepwm), M. Abbas Khan, Haider Ali, Syed Nouman Shah, Dr.M Tariq

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

Selective harmonic elimination pulse width modulation (SHEPWM) technique is applied to diode clamped multi-level inverter (DCMLI) to reduce total harmonic distortion (THD) and improve the quality of output power. The modulation technique is implemented centered on dog leg optimization method to find the optimized values for switching angles (θ) of switches (IGBTs) employed. Twelve level diode clamped inverter is implemented in Matlab and the results are compared with non-optimized switching angles also 5-level DCMLI using SHEPWM is compared with other modulation techniques.


Speaker Dependent Voice Recognition Using Discrete Wavelet Transform, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Ericson D. Dimaunahan, Donde A. Deveras 2015 Department of Electronics Engineering, Adamson University, Philippines

Speaker Dependent Voice Recognition Using Discrete Wavelet Transform, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Ericson D. Dimaunahan, Donde A. Deveras

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper presents effective and robust method for the extracting of features in the speaker dependent voice recognition. Based on the time-frequency multi-resolution property of wavelet transform, the input speech signal is decomposed into various frequency channels. The major issues concerning the design in this paper for wavelet based speaker voice recognition system are choosing the optimal wavelets for the speech signals, decomposition level in the discrete wavelet transform, and selecting the feature vectors from the wavelet coefficients. And finally, the wavelet-based voice recognition system and its performance are discussed and highlighted.


Design And Analysis Of Automatic Car Park System With Capacity Control, Musa Mohammed Gujja, Umar Abubakar Wakta 2015 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Ramat Polytechnic Maiduguri

Design And Analysis Of Automatic Car Park System With Capacity Control, Musa Mohammed Gujja, Umar Abubakar Wakta

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

The need for an automatic car park gate system has been in increase in recent times following the economic situation in present days. The circuit is aimed at eliminating manual operation of a car park. It incorporate the use of LM741 op-amp and CD4017 decade counter for controlling the number of vehicle that can have access to the parking premises and the circuit is fixed close to the gate with the sensor tragically located where it can sense the presence of a car. The light dependent resistor (LDR) senses both entrance and exit of the cars and this followed the ...


Design And Modeling Of A Novel Micro-Power Generator Based On Harvesting Omni-Directional Vibration Energy, E. Elsherbiny, M. T. Elhagry, M. S. M. Soliman, Essam Abu Elzahab 2015 Dept. Of Power Electronics and Energy Conversion, 1 Electronic Research Institute, Giza, Egypt

Design And Modeling Of A Novel Micro-Power Generator Based On Harvesting Omni-Directional Vibration Energy, E. Elsherbiny, M. T. Elhagry, M. S. M. Soliman, Essam Abu Elzahab

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

In This paper reports on the integration of several technologies to realize, by modeling and design the first twodimensional (2D) micro power generator which harvesting multi-directional vibration energy from surrounding environmental, which consists of composite cylindrical system with fixed coil and two rounded axial Neodymium permanent magnets


Distributed Efficient Channel Allocation Technique For Multi-Radio Multichannel Interference-Aware Multi-Path Routing Protocol In Wireless Mesh Networks., Shreenidhi. P. L, Puttamadappa. C 2015 BGS Research Centre, Bangalore

Distributed Efficient Channel Allocation Technique For Multi-Radio Multichannel Interference-Aware Multi-Path Routing Protocol In Wireless Mesh Networks., Shreenidhi. P. L, Puttamadappa. C

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

The major change in the wireless network standards has attracted researchers to utilize benefits of several data services in various applications. Wireless Mesh Networks which follows 802.11 standards are very best alternative to Local Area Networks and Metropolitan Area Networks. There is a need for better utilization of the 802.11 spectrum in Mesh Networks environment when transmitting data through mesh networks. Recent work shows the increase in utilization of 802.11 spectrum for wireless mesh networks. An effort has been made to design and develop a distributed, self healing, self stabilizing protocol that’s assigns channels to mesh ...


Steady State Analysis Of Wind Driven Sm-Bdfig In The Super-Synchronous Range Of Operation, Mahmoud A. Saleh, Maged N. F. Nashed,, Mona N. Eskander 2015 Electronics Research Institute, Cairo, Egypt

Steady State Analysis Of Wind Driven Sm-Bdfig In The Super-Synchronous Range Of Operation, Mahmoud A. Saleh, Maged N. F. Nashed,, Mona N. Eskander

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

In this paper a simplified mathematical model of a single machine brushless double fed induction generator (SM-BDFIG) connected to a variable speed wind turbine is presented. The SM-BDFIG consists of a slip ring induction machine, which is the main generator, a converter, and a battery pack mounted on the same shaft. In the supersynchronous speed range of operation, which is investigated in this research paper, the rotor voltage is rectified and used to charge the batteries. The steady state performance of the proposed generator is studied at different values of battery open circuit voltage, different values of the battery internal ...


Performance Of Discrete Wavelet Transform Based On Ofdm With Adaptive Modulation, Weaam Talaat Ali 2015 Assistant Lecturer at College of Engineering, Diyala University, Diyala, Iraq

Performance Of Discrete Wavelet Transform Based On Ofdm With Adaptive Modulation, Weaam Talaat Ali

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

In the mobile environments, the channel will be highly hostile at high data rate transmission. To combat with this problem, many designs were proposed and developed, such as, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) system. Adaptive modulation improves the system efficiency by matching transmission parameters to channel variations, so that, OFDM system with Adaptive modulation technique will be achieved an efficient bandwidth transmission technique in wireless fading environments. In this paper, Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) is used in OFDM system and illustrates the improvement of Bit Error Rate (BER) and throughput performances compared with used Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). DWT with ...


Performance Analysis Of Weighted Encoding With Sparse Nonlocal Regularization And Spatially Adaptive Iterative Filtering Boost Denoising: A Review, Shivam Shukla, Vijayshri Chaurasia 2015 ECE dept. of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal MP India

Performance Analysis Of Weighted Encoding With Sparse Nonlocal Regularization And Spatially Adaptive Iterative Filtering Boost Denoising: A Review, Shivam Shukla, Vijayshri Chaurasia

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

In this paper, we compare the spatially adaptive iterative filtering (SAIF) approach with Weighted Encoding with Sparse Nonlocal Regularization (WESNR) to maintain the denoising strength locally for any spatial domain method. These approaches has ability of filtering local image content iteratively using the given base filter, and the type of iteration and the iteration number are automatically optimized with respect to estimated risk (i.e., mean squared error). Experimental result shows that approx. 7% enhancement in the SNR of SAIF method as compared to the WESNR method.


Conversion Of English Text-To-Speech (Tts) Using Indian Speech Signal, R. Shantha Selva Kumari, R. Sangeetha 2015 Dept. of ECE, Mepco Schlenk Engg. College ,Sivakasi, India

Conversion Of English Text-To-Speech (Tts) Using Indian Speech Signal, R. Shantha Selva Kumari, R. Sangeetha

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

The objective of this paper is to convert the english text into speech. The conversion of english text into speech is done by using a stored speech signal data. Text to speech conversion module is designed by the use of matlab. By the use of microphone the phonemes (alphabets, numbers, words) are recorded using a goldwave software. The recorded .wav (sounds) files are saved as a database separately. The phonemes are extracted from the text file. For text to speech conversion the concatenation method is proposed. The recorded speech are concatenated together to produce the synthesized speech. The resulting speech ...


Mcu—Based Robotic Elbow Movement Control, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Roselito E. Tolentino, Nicomedes C. Javier, Haihang Zhang 2015 Department of Electronics Engineering, Adamson University, Philippines

Mcu—Based Robotic Elbow Movement Control, Angelo A. Beltran Jr., Roselito E. Tolentino, Nicomedes C. Javier, Haihang Zhang

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper proposes an MCU based robotic elbow movement control. In recent years, a lot of research has been developed in alignment with mimicking body movement especially in the field of medical and industrial applications. Robotic movement has different implementations. The usual method is through PID controller. However, implementation is complicated, response is slow, and movement control is delayed. Speed is also a problem causing the human arm and robotic arm not synchronized with their movement. In this paper, the fuzzy logic method is substituted to PID control. The MCU is used in the implementation of robotic elbow movement. The ...


Smart Energy Management Controller For A Micro Grid, Atef. M. Mansour, Khaled . N. Faris, Essam El-Din Aboul Zahab 2015 Electronics research institute. Dokki, Giza, Egypt

Smart Energy Management Controller For A Micro Grid, Atef. M. Mansour, Khaled . N. Faris, Essam El-Din Aboul Zahab

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper adopts a proposed energy management controller in a micro grid. This micro grid integrates both a renewable energy source and energy storage systems. Photovoltaic (PV) is adopted as a main power source, a valve regulated lead acid battery, and Super-capacitor are the energy storage system. This hybrid energy storage integrates the advantages of a high energy density of the battery and a high power density of the super-capacitor to decrease the stress on the battery and to decrease the voltage change at transient conditions. The proposed controller consists of two control units. The First unit is used for ...


Power Quality Improvement By 11 Level Multilevel Inverter With Reduced Number Of Switches, P. T.Krishna Sai, Mahammad. Iliyas 2015 Dhanekula Institute of Engineering and Technology, A.P, India1

Power Quality Improvement By 11 Level Multilevel Inverter With Reduced Number Of Switches, P. T.Krishna Sai, Mahammad. Iliyas

Innovative Research Publications IRP India

This paper deals with 11-level multilevel inverter. Almost all the drawbacks of the conventional multilevel inverters is rectified by the proposed topology. This topology uses less number of switches as compared with conventional topology, where it reduces the complexity and overall size of the system which in turn reduces the harmonics and cost of the entire system. Fewer switches will be conducting for specific time intervals so switching loss is also reduced in the proposed topology. A 11-level inverter simulation is carried with the implementation of nearest level control. The proposal is validated by extensive simulation studies.


A Drift-Diffusion Model For Robotic Obstacle Avoidance, Paul B. Reverdy, B. Deniz Ilhan, Daniel Koditschek 2015 University of Pennsylvania

A Drift-Diffusion Model For Robotic Obstacle Avoidance, Paul B. Reverdy, B. Deniz Ilhan, Daniel Koditschek

Departmental Papers (ESE)

We develop a stochastic framework for modeling and analysis of robot navigation in the presence of obstacles. We show that, with appropriate assumptions, the probability of a robot avoiding a given obstacle can be reduced to a function of a single dimensionless parameter which captures all relevant quantities of the problem. This parameter is analogous to the Peclet number considered in the literature on mass transport in advection-diffusion fluid flows. Using the framework we also compute statistics of the time required to escape an obstacle in an informative case. The results of the computation show that adding noise to the ...


Power Quality - Section 1, asadollah kazemi 2015 Kavosh Institute

Power Quality - Section 1, Asadollah Kazemi

Dr. ASADOLLAH KAZEMI

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