Rapid Techs has years of experience in the field of Power Electronics and drive systems. Our area of expertise includes advanced power semiconductor devices, control in power electronics, low and high power converters (inverters, converters, controlled and uncontrolled rectifiers), Control algorithms and techniques applied to power electronics, electromagnetic and thermal performance of electronic power converters and inverters, power quality and utility applications, renewable energy, electric machines, modelling, simulation, analysis, design and implementations of the application of power circuit components. A set of state-of-the-art power electronics, electric drives, and renewable energy systems laboratories for education and research have been established at Rapid Techs. The Students of various colleges across the country including NITs, are visiting and do their internship/academic projects with the assistance of expert engineers of our power electronics division.

 

Power Electronics and Drives IEEE Projects Kerala   BLDC and Drives IEEE Projects Rapid Techs

 

 

Some of the featured IEEE Research projects are listed below

2015 IEEE Transactions

  • A Fully Integrated Three-Level Isolated Single-Stage PFC Converter
  • Novel High Step up DC DC Converter based on Coupled Inductor
  • Non-Isolated High Step up DC DC Converter
  • Design of Single Switch DC  DC Converter for a PV-Battery-Powered Pump System with PFM+PWM Control
  • Non-Isolated Multi I/O DC DC  Boost Converter
  • Improved Power Quality Bridgeless Converter Based Multiple Output SMPS
  • Derivation, Analysis and Comparison of Non-isolated Single Switch High Step up Converters with Low Voltage stress
  • Integrated Dual-Output Converter
  • A Novel Switch-Coupled-Inductor DC-DC Step up Converter and its Derivatives
  • Bridgeless PFC-Modified SEPIC Rectifier with Extended Gain for Universal Input Voltage Applications
  • High Power-Factor Rectifier Using the Modified SEPIC Converter Operating in DCM
  • A Novel  High-Step up DC/DC Converter based on Integrating Coupled Inductor and Switched-Capacitor Techniques for Renewable Energy Applications
  • A Fully Soft-Switched Single Switch Isolated DC DC Converter
  • Analysis and Design of Charge Pump-Assisted high Step-up Tapped Inductor SEPIC Converter with an “Inductorless” Regenerative Snubber
  • Analysis of the Interleaved Isolated Boost Converter With Coupled Inductors
  • A Novel Double Integrated Buck Offline Power Supply for Solid-State Lighting Applications.
  • Ultrahigh Step-Down Converter
  • A Step-up Resonant Converter for Grid-Connected Renewable Energy Sources
  • PI Compensator Design of Duty-Cycle-Controlled Buck LED Driver
  • Family of Soft-Switching Single-Switch PWM Converters with Lossless Passive Snubber
  • Resonance Analysis and Soft-Switching Design of Isolated Boost Converter With Coupled Inductors for Vehicle Inverter Application
  • ZCS Bridgeless Boost PFC Rectifier Using Only Two Active Switches
  • A Bridgeless BHB ZVS-PWM AC-AC Converter for High Frequency Induction Heating Applications
  • A Family of Soft-Switching DC–DC Converters Based on a Phase-Shift-Controlled Active Boost Rectifier
  • Modified Perturb and Observe MPPT Algorithm for Drift Avoidance in Photovoltaic Systems
  • High-Efficiency-Isolated Single-Input Multiple-Output Bidirectional Converter
  • Novel High-Conversion-Ratio High-Efficiency Isolated Bidirectional DC–DC Converter

2014 IEEE Transactions

  • Voltage Gain Enhancement for a Step-Up Converter Constructed by KY and Buck-Boost Converters
  • High Step-Up Interleaved Converter with Built-In Transformer Voltage Multiplier Cells for Sustainable Energy Applications
  • A Novel Transformer-less Adaptable Voltage Quadruple DC Converter with Low Switch Voltage Stress
  • A High Voltage Gain DC–DC Converter Integrating Coupled-Inductor and Diode–Capacitor Techniques
  • A Two-Mode Control Scheme With Input Voltage Feed-Forward for the Two-Switch Buck-Boost DC–DC Converter
  • Isolated High Step-Up DC–DC Converter With Low Voltage Stress
  • High Step-Up Converter Based on Coupling Inductor and Bootstrap Capacitors With Active Clamping
  • A Modified SEPIC Converter With High Static Gain for Renewable Applications
  • A Novel Soft-Switching Boost Converter With Magnetically Coupled Resonant Snubber
  • High Switches Utilization Single-Phase PWM Boost-Type PFC Rectifier Topologies Multiplying the Switching Frequency
  • A Novel Single-Switch Resonant Power Converter for Renewable Energy Generation Applications
  • High-Efficiency Bridgeless Flyback Rectifier With Bidirectional Switch and Dual Output Windings
  • A Novel Transformerless Interleaved High Step-Down Conversion Ratio DC–DC Converter With Low Switch Voltage Stress
  • A Bridgeless Resonant Pseudo boost PFC Rectifier
  • Analysis and Design of Energy Regenerative Snubber for Transformer Isolated Converters
  • A Novel Single-Sic-Switch-Based ZVZCS Tapped Boost Converter
  • An Improved ZVT–ZCT PWM DC–DC Boost Converter With Increased Efficiency
  • Single-Phase High Step-up Converter With Improved
  • Multiplier Cell Suitable for Half-Bridge-Based PV Inverter System
  • High Power Density Series Resonant Inverter Using an Auxiliary Switched Capacitor Cell for Induction Heating Applications
  • A Z-Source Half Bridge Inverter
  • An Adjustable-Speed PFC Bridgeless Buck–Boost Converter-Fed BLDC Motor Drive
  • Voltage Gain Enhancement for a Step-Up Converter Constructed by KY and Buck-Boost Converters.
  • A Novel Transformer-less Adaptable Voltage Quadrupler DC Converter with Low Switch Voltage Stress .
  • A High Voltage Gain DC–DC Converter Integrating Coupled-Inductor and Diode–Capacitor Techniques.
  • A Two-Mode Control Scheme With Input Voltage Feed-Forward for the Two-Switch Buck-Boost DC–DC Converter.
  • A Modified SEPIC Converter With High Static Gain for Renewable Applications.
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