Electric Power Systems comprise the theory and methods for generation, transmission, distribution and consumption of electric energy. Scope of the area comprises generation, transmission, distribution and processing of electrical energy, including renewable and sustainable energy sources and their integration within the modern electrical grid and community. Research works at Rapid Techs, aims at developing methods and models to be used in analysis, planning, dynamic stability and operation of electric power systems. We are inspired by problems and phenomena occurring in real systems. We are the leaders in Power System and Electrical Machines. Our research thrust includes,

  • Power system dynamics and control
  • Smart-grid applications
  • System reliability
  • Voltage security
  • Electric machines and power electronic systems
  • Renewable energy sources

We offer training on Power Systems, Wind&Solar Power Systems, FACTS and HVDC in Power Systems. We also offer Thesis projects for M Tech , B Tech Engineering students across Kerala

Some of our latest IEEE research topics are listed below

IEEE Transactions 2015

An Improved iUPQC Controller to Provide Additional Grid-Voltage Regulation as a STATCOM

Modulation and Control of Transformer-less UPFC

Design Considerations of a Fault Current Limiting Dynamic Voltage Restorer (FCL-DVR)

An Enhanced Voltage Sag Compensation Scheme for Dynamic Voltage Restorer

Dynamic Voltage Restorer Based on Three-Phase Inverters Cascaded Through an Open-End Winding Transformer

Analysis and Trajectory Tracking Control of a Modular Multilevel Converter

Reactive Power Compensation and Optimization Strategy for Grid-Interactive Cascaded Photovoltaic Systems

IEEE Transactions 2014

A Hybrid Dynamic Optimization Approach for Stability Constrained Optimal Power Flow

A Multi objective Particle Swarm Optimization for Sizing and Placement of DGs from DG Owner’s and Distribution Company’s Viewpoints

A Novel Method of Ground Fault Phase Selection in Weak-Infeed Side

Determining the Optimal Capacity of Renewable Distributed Generation Using Restoration Methods

Management of Battery-Supercapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage and Synchronous Condenser for Isolated Operation of PMSG Based Variable-Speed Wind Turbine Generating Systems

Optimal Reactive Power Procurement With Voltage Stability Consideration in Deregulated Power System

Transformer Parameters Estimation From Nameplate Data Using Evolutionary Programming Techniques



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