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Thursday, 12 January 2012

IEEE PROJECTS

NCCT

Promise for the best Projects

044-28235816, 9841193224ncctchennai@gmail.com
www.ncct.in

NCCT, 109, 2
nd
Floor, Bombay Flats, NungambakkamHigh Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 34


A Low-Cost Digital Control Scheme for Brushless DC Motor Drives in Domestic Applications - 2009

A Three-Level Full-Bridge Zero-Voltage Zero-Current SwitchingConverter With a Simplified Switching Scheme - 2009

Battery-Utility Interface using Soft Switched AC Link Buck BoostConverter - 2009

DC–AC Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Boost Inverter With NoInductors for Electric/Hybrid Electric Vehicle Applications - 2009

Quasi-Z-Source Inverter for Photovoltaic Power GenerationSystems - 2009

ZVS Resonant DC-link Inverter using Soft Switching BoostConverter - 2009

Single-Stage Soft-Switching Conerter with Boost Type of ActiveClamp for Wide Input Voltage Ranges – 2009

An Interleaved Boost Converter with Zero-Voltage Transition – 2009

Very-High-Frequency Resonant Boost Converters – 2009

Design and Control for a Charge-Regulated Fly Back Switch-Mode Rectifier – 2009

Single-Loop Current Sensor Less Control for Single-PhaseBoost-Type SMR – 2009

A Bridgeless PFC Boost Rectifier with Optimized MagneticUtilization – 2009

Optimum Design Consideration and Implementation of a NovelSynchronous Rectified Soft-Switched Phase-Shift Full-BridgeConverter for Low-Output-Voltage High-Output-CurrentApplications-2009
Zero-Voltage Transition Current-Fed Full-Bridge PWM Converter-2009

A Practical Switching LossModel for Buck VoltageRegulators – 2009

Light-Load EfficiencyImprovement for Buck VoltageRegulators – 2009

Dual-Current Pump Module for Transient Improvement of Step-Down Dc–Dc Converters – 2009

Current Self-Balance Mechanism in Multiphase Buck Converter –2009

A Novel Low-Loss Modulation Strategy For High-Power Bi-Directional Buck - Boost Converters – 2009

A Compensation Technique for Smooth Transitions in a NonInverting Buck–Boost Converter – 2009

Improved Z-Source Inverter With Reduced Z-Source Capacitor Voltage Stress and Soft-Start Capability – 2009

Design and Control for a Charge-Regulated Flybackswitch-ModeRectifier – 2009

Family Of Soft-Switching Pwm Converters with Current SharingIn Switches – 2009

Lossless Inductor Current Sensing Method with ImprovedFrequency Response – 2009

A New PWM Strategy to Reduce the Inverter Input CurrentRipples – 2009

NCCT

Promise for the best Projects

044-28235816, 9841193224ncctchennai@gmail.com
www.ncct.in

NCCT, 109, 2
nd
Floor, Bombay Flats, NungambakkamHigh Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 34


Z-Source Inverter for Power Conditioning and Utility Interface of Renewable Energy Sources – 2009

Single-Phase Multilevel Pwm Inverter Topologies Using CoupledInductors – 2009

Dynamics of Multilevel Inverter based Series Compensator for Transmission Lines – 2009

Capacitor Ripple Current in an Interleaved PFC Converter – 2009

Resonant Contact Less Energy Transfer with Improved Efficiency – 2009

An Efficient Active LC Snubber for Forward Converters – 2009

AI base Design of a Fuzzy Logic Scheme for Speed Control of Induction Motors using SVPWM Technique – IEEE 2009

CAN-based Synchronized Motion Control for Induction Motors –IEEE 2009

Fuzzy Multi-State Allocation of the Diesel Engine Fuel SupplySystem – IEEE 2009

A Fuzzy Logic based Supervisory Hierarchical Control Schemefor Real Time Pressure Control – IEEE 2009

A Fuzzy Logic Controlled Sliding Mode Control (SMC) of Inverter in Shunt Active Power Filter for Power Quality Improvement –IEEE 2008

A Novel Zero Voltage Transition Synchronous Buck Converter for Portable Application – IEEE 2008

Design of an Intelligent Bi-Directional Dc-Dc Converter with Half Bridge Topology – IEEE 2008

A Bridgeless PFC Boost Rectifier With Optimized MagneticUtilization - IEEE 2009
Direct Torque Neuro Fuzzy Speed Control of an InductionMachine Drive based on a New Variable Gain PI Controller – IEEE2008

A Compensation Technique for Smooth Transitions in Non-inverting Buck-Boost Converter - IEEE 2009

A Design Methodology for a Self-Oscillating Electronic Ballast- IEEE 2009

A Hybrid PWM Resonant Converter Suitable for Wide InputVariation

A Modified SEPIC Converter for High Power Factor Rectifier andUniversal-Input Voltage Applications - IEEE 2009

A Modified SEPIC Converter with Soft-Switching Feature for Power Factor Correction - IEEE 2009

A Modular Single-Phase Power-Factor-Correction Scheme With aHarmonic Filtering Function - IEEE

A new approach to improve power factor and reduce Harmonicsin a three phase Diode Rectifiers that Apply Optimal currentInjection - IEEE

A Non-isolated Bidirectional ZVS-PWM Active Clamped DC–DCConverter - IEEE 2009

A Novel Approach to Reduce Line Harmonic Current for a Three-phase Diode Rectifier-fed Electrolytic Capacitor-less Inverter -IEEE 2009

A novel DC-AC Single Phase Resonant Inverter using softswitching boost converter - IEEE 2009

A Novel Hybrid Operational Mode Wide Range Input ZVS Front-end DC-Dc Converter Aiming at Optimized Overall Performance- IEEE 2009
AC-DC Quasi-Single-Stage Converters for power factor correction - IEEE 2008

Active filter design and specification for control of harmonics inindustrial and commercial facilities - IEEE 2009

Active-Clamp ZVS Converter with Step-Up Voltage ConversionRatio - IEEE 2009

An Efficient Common-Mode Hybrid EMI Filter Used in Switch-mode Power Supply - IEEE 2009

An Interleaved Boost Converter With Zero-Voltage Transition -IEEE 2009

An Interleaved Twin-Buck Converter with Zero-Voltage-Transition- IEEE 2009

Analysis and design of a current-fed zero-voltage-switching andzero-current-switching CL-resonant push–pull dc–dc converter -IEEE 2009

Analysis and Design of a Three-Phase Reduced Switch Buck-Type Rectifier for power factor correction - IEEE 2009

Analysis and Design of Three-Phase Rectifier with Near-Sinusoidal Input Currents - IEEE 2009

Analysis and implementation of Z source based Single StageSolar Cell Converter for power supply applications - IEEE 2009

Analysis and Implementation of a Hybrid High-Power-Factor Three-Phase Unidirectional Rectifier - IEEE 2009

Analysis and implementation of a zero voltage switching bi-forward converter - IEEE 2008

Analysis and implementation of An Efficient Active LC Snubber for Forward Converters - IEEE 2009

NCCT

Promise for the best Projects

044-28235816, 9841193224ncctchennai@gmail.com
www.ncct.in

NCCT, 109, 2
nd
Floor, Bombay Flats, NungambakkamHigh Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 34


Analysis and implementation of an Improved Soft-switchedSynchronous Buck Converter -IEEE 2009

Analysis and implementation of positive output super liftconverter techniques - IEEE 2008

Analysis and implementation of Single-Switch Quasi-ResonantConverter - IEEE 2009

Analysis and Implementation of Switched-Capacitor/Switched-Inductor Structures for Getting Transformer less Hybrid DC–DCPWM Converters - IEEE 2008

Analysis and implementation of Switched-capacitorized DC/DCConverters - IEEE 2009

Analysis and implementation of Vienna Rectifiers in DistributionPower System - IEEE 2009

Analysis of Super-Lift Luo-Converters with Capacitor Voltagedrop - IEEE 2009

Application of Random PWM Techniques for Reducing theElectromagnetic Interference of Vienna Rectifiers in DistributionPower System - IEEE 2009

Bridgeless SEPIC Rectifier With Unity Power Factor and Reducedconduction Losses - IEEE 2009

Comparison of Control Methods for High-Voltage High-Power Three-Level Half-Bridge DC/DC Converters - IEEE 2009

Compensation Loop Design of A Photovoltaic System Based onConstant Voltage MPPT - IEEE 2009

NCCT

Promise for the best Projects

044-28235816, 9841193224ncctchennai@gmail.com
www.ncct.in

NCCT, 109, 2
nd
Floor, Bombay Flats, NungambakkamHigh Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 34


Design and Comparison of Two Front-end DC/DC Converters:LLC Resonant Converter and Soft-switched Phase-shifted Full-bridge Converter with Primary-side Energy Storage Inductor -IEEE 2009

Design and Control for Grid-connected Photovoltaic Inverter withLCL Filter - IEEE 2009

Design and control methodology of Shunt Active Power Filter for Harmonic Mitigation - IEEE

Design of High Voltage, High Power and High FrequencyTransformer in LCC Resonant Converter - IEEE 2009

Design of LCL-T Resonant Converter Including the Effect of Transformer Winding Capacitance

Design Oriented Analysis of Modern Active Droop ControlledPower Supplies - IEEE 2009

Design, study, modeling and control of a new single-phase highpower factor rectifier based on the single-ended primary inductanceconverter and the Sheppard–Taylor topology - IEEE 2009

Designs and Analysis of Zero-Voltage-Switching DC–DCConverters with Synchronous Rectifiers - IEEE 2008

Distributed Z-Source Network DC-DC Converter - IEEE 2009

Dynamic Modeling and Control of a Zeta Converter - IEEE 2009

Family of Soft-Switching PWM Converters With Current Sharingin Switches - IEEE 2009

Harmonic distortion and reduction techniques of Non-linear loads employing PWM inverter based Active power filter - IEEE

High step-up resonant push–pull converter with high efficiency -IEEE 2009

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