S HOSIMIN THILAGAR
Articles written in Sadhana
Volume 43 Issue 11 November 2018 Article ID 0181
This article proposes a new strategy for Congestion Management (CM) through Generation Rescheduling (GR) with Distributed Slack Bus (DSB) model using Improved Teaching Learning Based Optimization (ITLBO) algorithm. Most of the previous research mainly focuses on rescheduling the existing generatorsfor CM and least concerned about the consequence of this rescheduling on the slack bus. As a result, the slack bus is supposed to carry the entire residual effect of all other generators which leads to increased Congestion Management Cost (CMC). This work proposes a distributed slack bus model for reducing the excessburden on the slack bus and a two-fold contribution is made to develop the proposed technique. First, is the selection of the participating generator for CM by means of Incremental Generator Sensitivity Factor (IGSF), which adopts the generator sensitivity as well as the bidding cost. Next, CM is formulated as an optimization problem with the objective function involving congestion management cost and solved using ITLBO algorithm, which incorporates the self-motivated learning concept with the basic TLBO operators. For evaluation, the standard IEEE 30-bus and IEEE 118-bus systems are used and the obtained results are compared with the other CM systems reported through literature.
Volume 46 All articles Published: 2 April 2021 Article ID 0067
A new Dual Stator Multiphase Phase Induction Motor (DSMIM) configuration is proposed and described in this paper. Steady state equivalent circuit of DSMIM is developed and its performance parameters are calculated. The efficiency curves plotted under different excitation modes of the machine assists in operatingit at a better efficiency for wider load range. Thus, the proposed configuration can be utilized in Electric Vehicles (EV) to efficiently support a sudden load change during acceleration, cruising and uphill driving patterns. A Finite Element Method (FEM) based design of the machine is done using MAGNET software. The electromagnetic performance of DSMIM is analyzed through the flux patterns obtained at different excitation modes. Its electromechanical performance is studied by analyzing the current, torque and speed developed under load driven conditions. The article also proposes an ideology behind the mechanical arrangement of DSMIM for fabrication. The simulation results are included to illustrate the performance of DSMIM. The results are compared and validated with the analytical results obtained through equivalent circuit approach.