Short Term Training Programmes (STTP)

Application of Power Electronics Devices and its Hardware interfacing using Ardunio


13 Feb 2020
10:00 AM

Organised by

At EX Lab, Room No- 203, TB-II, OIST, Bhopal

About Event,
Application of Power Electronics Devices and its Hardware interfacing using Ardunio

Power electronics is a key technology for energy saving and high functionalizing in energy usage. The power electronics application has a tendency toward high voltage and lessening current to reduce conduction loss. The program will initially cover the concept of power electronics devices such as re

The Speakers

Lecture From Industries Experts

Events Details

Application of Power Electronics Devices

About Event

STTP start at 10 am in EX Dept. on 13 Feb 2020, where expert will give the brief description about the Ardunio with its hardware implementation. After hi-Tea Session will start with the working of controlled rectifier, its output, CRO explanation, design parameter. In the other session Ardunio programming and its basic concept will be delivered. Further in next days circuit designing, firing pulse generation, and its controlling will be done.

The Speakers

1. Dr R S Tare, Prof Principal, Swami Vivekanand College of Engineering, Indore, 2. Mr. Avanish Gupta, Electrical Vechicle Ltd., Indore

Major Topic Covered

1. Programming with Arduino, 2. Hardware implementation to design controlled rectifier, inverter and cycloconveter, 3. Working of CRO to study different waveforms.

Department of Electrical Electronics Engineering

Department offers 4 year B.E. programme in Electrical Electronics Engineering with an intake of 120 students and 2 year M.Tech. Programme in Power Systems with an intake of 18 students Started in 2009. It has well qualified, committed and motivated faculty members having specialization in various streams. The core competency of the Department is in the area of Power Quality, Energy Systems, Power Controllers Drives. The department has successfully completed a MODROBS project funded by AICTE to establish an Advanced Electric Drives Laboratory.