Research Areas

  • Renewable Energy Systems
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicles
  • Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Power Systems
  • Multilevel Inverters
  • Micro Grid and Distributed Generation
  • Power System Security & Congestion Management
  • Power Quality Problems
  • Deregulated Power Systems
  • Reliability Engineering in Power Systems
  • Control of AC/DC Motor Drives
  • Special Electric Machines

Sponsored Projects

Name of The

Title of the project



Sanctioned Date &Duration of the project

Dr. P. Satish Kumar

Performance Enhancement of Grid Connected Multilevel Inverter based Wind Energy Conversion System with Low Voltage Ride Through Capability using Power Conditioners

India-Slovenia International  Bilateral Scientific and Technological Cooperation Project, DST, New Delhi

Rs. 20, 80, 000/-

Jan 2022-Dec 2024
(3 years)

Dr. P. Satish Kumar

Design and Development of Hybrid Wind-Solar Power Generation System using Multilevel Inverters for Grid Connected Applications

Indo-Sri Lanka Joint Research Project, Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi


2016(3 years)

Dr. P. Satish Kumar

Investigation, Implementation & Performance Evaluation of Cascaded Multi level Inverter using SVPWM algorithm

UGC – Major research project

Rs. 8.49 lakhs

2012(3 years)

Dr. P. Satish Kumar

Performance Evaluation of Diode-clamped Multi level Inverter using Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation

Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi

Rs. 20.1 lakhs

20/11/2013 - 19/08/2017

Prof. B. Mangu

Integrated PV-Wind-Battery based Stand-alone Single-phase System for Household Application

Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi

Rs 5.0 lakhs

5 years

Dr. J. Upendar

Design and implementation of transmission line simulator laboratory model

Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi

Rs 5.0 lakhs

3 years

Dr. B. Mangu

Grid Connected PV-Wind-Battery Based Multi-Input Transformer Coupled Bidirectional DC-DC Converter For Household Applications


Rs 1.0 lakh

1 year

Dr. P. Srinivas

Implementation of bidirectional DC – DC converter

Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi

Rs 5.0 lakhs

5 years

Dr. M. Manjula

Mitigation of harmonics in a non- linear load


Rs 1.0 lakh


Dr. E. Vidyasagar

Reliability Improvement of Distribution Systems using Fault Passage Indicators


Rs 1.0 lakh



Prof. P. V. N. Prasad
Mr. P. Srinivas:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Modelling, Control and Torque Ripple Minimization of Switched Reluctance Motor Drive”, 2013.
Mr. E.V.C. Sekhara Rao:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Design and Analysis of Permanent Magnet Hybrid Stepper Motor using Finite Element and EquivalentCircuit Methods”, 2013.
Mr. E. Vidyasagar:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Reliability Improvement of Radial Distribution Systems with Fault Passage Indicators, Distribution Automation and Smart Grid Technology”, 2014.
Mr. S. Chandrasekhar Reddy:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Reliability Evaluation and Power Quality Improvement of Distribution Systems in Deregulated Environment”, 2014.
Mrs.Ch.V.S.S. Sailaja:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Reliability Evaluation of Distribution Systems Integrated with Optimal Distributed Generation and Automation”, 2019.


Ph.D.s awarded under supervision of Department Faculty

Prof. G. Yesuratnam

  • Mr. V. Punnaiah:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Performance Analysis of Solar Thermal Powered Systems and its Impact on Electrical Distribution Feeders, March 2018.
  • Mr. G. Mahender: Ph.D. thesis entitled “Effect of On-Load tap changer transformer operation on voltage stability under various operatingconditions, October 2019.
  • Mr. K. Rayudu:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Optimal reactive Power Dispatch using GA, ACO, AC and BAT Algorithms”, June 2019.
  • Mrs. N Srilatha:Ph.D. thesis entitled “Congestion Management in Power System Using Artificial Intelligence”, August 2021.


Prof. P. Satish Kumar

    • Mrs. B. Sirisha: Ph.D. thesis entitled "Optimal Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation Methods forCascaded H- Bridge and Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverters Including Over Modulation Region",May 2018.
    • Mrs. N. Susheela: Ph.D. thesis entitled "Implementation and Analysis of Various Pulse WidthModulation Control Strategies for Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverter and Hybrid Multilevel InverterTopologies", August 2018.
    • Mr. Ch. Lokeshwar Reddy: Ph.D thesis entitled “Investigation and Implementation of ControlStrategies for Multilevel Inverters”, December 2018.
    • Mr. G. Sridhar: Ph.D. thesis entitled “Design and Implementation of A Novel Topology for CascadedH-Bridge Multilevel Inverter with Reduced number of Switches”, August 2019.
    • Mr. Thota Surya Prakash: Ph.D. thesis entitled "A Novel Four Converter Topology of InterlineUnified Power Quality Conditioner for Power Quality Improvement in Multi-Feeder Systems",March, 2021.