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The exhaustive list of topics in Power Electronics And Distributed Generation in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Distributed Generation (DG)
  • Distribution systems.
  • Radial distribution system protection: Fuse, circuit breakers, reclosers, sectionalizers.
  • Per-unit analysis
  • Fault analysis
  • Sequence component analysis
  • Sequence models of distribution system components.
  • Implications of DG on distribution system protection coordination.
  • Power quality requirements and source switching using SCR based static switches.
  • Distribution system loading
  • Line drop model
  • Series voltage regulators and on line tap changers.
  • Loop and secondary network distribution grids and impact of DG operation.
  • Relaying and protection
  • Distributed generation interconnection relaying
  • Sensing using CTs and PTs.
  • Intentional and unintentional islanding of distribution systems.
  • Passive and active detection of unintentional islands
  • Non detection zones.
  • DG planning
  • Cost implications of power quality
  • Cost of energy and net present value calculations and implications on power converter design.
  • Power converter topologies and model and specifications for DG applications.
  • Capacitor selection
  • Choice of DC bus voltage
  • Current ripple
  • Capacitor aging and lifetime calculations.
  • Switching versus average model of the power converter and EMI considerations in DG applications.
  • Semiconductor device selection
  • Device aging due to thermal cycling
  • Lifetime calculations.
  • Issues in output ac filter design
  • Filter inductor selection
  • Insulation aging issues.
  • Packaging issues in the power converter.
  • Calculation of damage due to thermal cycles.
  • Thermal impedance models.
  • Issues in output ac filter design
  • Filter inductor selection.
  • Insulation aging issues.
  • Packaging issues in the power converter.
  • Calculation of damage due to thermal cycles.
  • Thermal impedance models.
  • Complex transfer functions
  • VSI admittance model in DG applications.
  • Power quality implication
  • Acceptable ranges of voltage and frequency
  • Flicker
  • Reactive power compensation
  • Active filtering and low voltage ride through requirements.