Electrical Engineering Projects
We provides latest 2013 - 2014 Mini and Main Electrical and Electronics Engineering Projects, Project Ideas, Project Topics for final Year Electrical Engineering (EEE) Students with Abstract, Source Code and Reports. Project reports are provided at the end of each article.
Humans have invented thousands of machines and appliances that utilize energy to make the daily works easier, for instance to heat our house, to get ourselves from place to place. Some of this machines use electricity, while others, like automobiles use the energy stored in gasoline. Much of the energy supply comes from coal, oil, natural gas, or radioactive element. In fact, all these natural resource deposits took millions of years to form. They are considered non-renewable which means once they are removed from the ground, they are not immediately replaced within the human timescale.
The commonly used Uninterrupted Power Supply systems take its power directly from the supply mains and consumes much higher energy for its functioning. Considering the energy availability crisis and higher living cost, it is necessary to find an alternative power source for such a system. Here, we propose a system to design a UPS which will utilize the everlasting solar and wind power, thereby checking the energy crisis to a certain limit and is termed as “Hybrid Solar Wind Charger”.
Electrical Project on Unified power quality conditioner (UPQC). UPQC is one of the best custom power device used to compensate both source and load side problems. It consists of shunt and series converters connected back to back to a common dc link. A UPQC that combines the operations of DSTATCOM (Distribution Static Compensator) & DVR (Dynamic Voltage Regulator)
In 1960’s and 1970’s motors were controlled by means of hardwired control which uses gears, levers and other basic mechanical devices. The primary negative aspect of mechanical control was that reliability was in contrast to the maintenance costs associated with keeping these panels operating which were extremely high. A second major factor was the time, expense and labor required when a change in control needs dedicated a control panel modification. Depending on application, changing the speed of motor using hardwired control is tedious because hardwired control involves both manual and mechanical operation i.e. changing the terminals etc. To overcome the drawbacks of hardwired control several modern techniques had been developed. Among them a very easiest technique to control the stepper motor speed control by using UCN5804B translator. With this technique almost endless variety of motion systems can be controlled. Our project deals with speed control of stepper Motor through UCN5804B translator. Owing easy understandable and more efficient and performance. We have done project on speed Control.