Two Weeks online Faculty Development Programme on Power Electronics applications in Renewable Power Generation Systems 2021, Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing IIITDM Kancheepuram, Faculty Development Programme, Chennai

Event Start Date May 15, 2021
Event End Date May 24, 2021
Event Venue Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing IIITDM Kancheepuram
Location Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing IIITDM Kancheepuram, Chennai,
Tamil Nadu, India
Organized By: Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing IIITDM Kancheepuram, Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing IIITDM Kancheepuram
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About

Renewable energy systems are becoming more popular for electricity generation
since they are clean and can fulfill the power requirement at the local level. They
reduce the congestions in the power grid and also reduce the burden in hydro and
thermal based power plants. Globally, about 20% penetration of renewable energy
based distributed generation in electricity generation is considered necessary in
the coming decade. The intermittent nature of renewable energy sources results in
systems of slowing dynamics, nonlinearities, and power quality problems etc. For
past couple of decades, power quality issues have become increasingly important
in the grid connected renewable energy systems especially due to their
intermittent nature in addition to the widespread use of non-linear electronic
equipments. With the advent of power electronic converters with robust control
techniques, renewable energy systems can get massively interconnected with the
grid for power feeding or used as an isolated system in remote locations. The use
of more efficient control strategies would not only enhance the performance of
these systems, but also improve the power quality in generation, distribution, and
utilization at load end of the supply systems.
Event is supported by E & ICT Academy, National Institute of Technology, Warangal.
Sponsored by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), GOI

Renewable energy systems are becoming more popular for electricity generation
since they are clean and can fulfill the power requirement at the local level. They
reduce the congestions in the power grid and also reduce the burden in hydro and
thermal based power plants. Globally, about 20% penetration of renewable energy
based distributed generation in electricity generation is considered necessary in
the coming decade. The intermittent nature of renewable energy sources results in
systems of slowing dynamics, nonlinearities, and power quality problems etc. For
past couple of decades, power quality issues have become increasingly important
in the grid connected renewable energy systems especially due to their
intermittent nature in addition to the widespread use of non-linear electronic
equipments. With the advent of power electronic converters with robust control
techniques, renewable energy systems can get massively interconnected with the
grid for power feeding or used as an isolated system in remote locations. The use
of more efficient control strategies would not only enhance the performance of
these systems, but also improve the power quality in generation, distribution, and
utilization at load end of the supply systems.
Event is supported by E & ICT Academy, National Institute of Technology, Warangal.
Sponsored by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), GOI

How to Reach

Melakottaiyur Village Off Vandalur-Kelambakkam Road Nellikuppam Road Chennai – 600 127 Tamil Nadu, India

Contact Details

Dr. B. Chitti Babu
Assistant Professor (Grade-I)
Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engg.,
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram
Chennai – 600127, Tamilnadu.

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