Power System & Power Electronics

Power System & Power Electronics

Department: Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Open for all B.Tech  8th & 6th sem EEE  Students

Activity: Two days Expert Lecture Series

Date and Duration: 31/03/2023 to 01/04/2023,

Title:  Power System & Power Electronics

Resource person/agency and affiliation:  Dr. (Prof.) N.P. Patidar (MANIT, Bhopal) and Dr. Sonali Paunikar (Senior Project Engineer NITTR- Siemens Lab, Center of Excellence, Bhopal)

Brief description / remarks: Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized 2 Days Expert Lecture Series for the Students on the topicPower System & Power Electronics’’ on March. 31 to 01 April 2023. Out of 25 registered participant 15 participated in workshop from B.Tech 8th sem & 6th sem (4rd and 3th  year students).


Session I

 The primary objective of this two days expert lecture series was to introduce about the New Technology Era in Power System and Power Electronics Subjects knowledge, In recent years, the use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind has increased, leading to new challenges in power systems and power electronics. Experts in this field work to improve the efficiency, reliability, and sustainability of power systems to meet the growing demand for electricity. 

He is delivered to students deal with the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power from power plants to end-users. It includes various components such as transformers, generators, transmission lines, and distribution networks, Then She gave an in depth idea of the Power Electronics and various Modulations techniques used in the inverter technology to power the grid. She also discussed about the various simulations techniques used for validating the results of the Power Electronics circuits and the software used for the same.

Outcome: The Two days Expert Lecture Series presents an overview of “Power System and Power Electronics”

  • Enhanced understanding of power electronics and its various applications.
  • Awareness of current trends and challenges in power electronics. 
  • Knowledge of strategies to improve the efficiency, reliability, and sustainability of power systems.
  • Improved understanding of power generation, transmission, and distribution systems.

No. of participants:   15/25

Prepared by :  Mr. Kapil Kumar Badoliya, (A.P.), Mr Abrar Rja (Lecturer) EEE Department

Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Mr. Virendra Jain , HOD