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Monday, 18 November 2019
 
 

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One Week Short Term Course on Power Electronic Converters in Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources from 27th - 31st December 2019 at MNIT Jaipur, Rajasthan


In recent years there has been a lot of emphasis is going on the Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) due to their versatile impact in Electrical Power System. Renewable energy offers clean and pollution-free source of energy. Solar Photovoltaic, Wind, Biomass etc. are foremost sources of energy comes under renewable and accepted as widely available RES for power generation. However, the integration of these RES to grid can be possible by Power Electronic Converters (PECs). These converters act as the interface between RES and Grid. A stable, protected, energy efficient and good supply quality integration is the mandate of the present and future electrical power system. However, increasing demand of power can be met by developing clean renewable energy resources and also by enhancing the overall efficiency of the conversion by adopting new/improved control methods. Therefore these PECs are serving as an energy conditioning device which process and control the flow of electrical energy by supplying voltages and currents in a form that optimally suit various types of loads and associated applications. Different converters and their topologies are designing to optimize the energy conversion and distribution, to minimize harmonic distortion, to reduce cost and to have high reliability. Recent trends are also focusing on power quality issues of renewable energy systems and associated smart energy management principles. Hardware implementation of such Grid-interactive systems is also a challenging task due to impact of various factors. Various controllers such as DSP, FPGA, dSPACE, etc. have been used for control algorithm implementation purpose. Various factors such design of inverter/converter system, driver circuits, control implementation, etc. has to cater during such integrations. Thus, the objective of this STC is not only to discuss various control aspects of RES and their grid integration methods via different PECs but also their hardware implementation methods to achieve above mentioned benefits. Current technological advances and assessment in RES will be focused.
Latest advancement in control schemes of integration for real power exchange and concerning to power quality will be discussed during different sessions of the STC. The proposed program will provide opportunity to faculty, engineers and utility/industrial personnel to know the latest development, related problems of PQ and measures to overcome them with possible areas of research through interactive sessions of the experts. This STC is also aimed to bring the academy and technocrats on one platform to discuss common interests, challenges and concerns that act in accordance with standards of grid integration of RES.
Quick Link (Registration Process):
1. Fee shall be paid by Demand Draft Only in favour of "Registrar (Sponsored Research), MNIT Jaipur" payable at Jaipur.
2. For online registration click Online Registration
(Note: Online registration is possible only after fee payment through demand draft)
3. Duly filled applications in the prescribed format and sponsored by the competent authority of the Institution need to be sent to the Coordinator so as to reach on or before 1 December 2019.
The brochure and registration details are available in attached brochure.

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