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Pandey B.S.,PGCIL | Francis P.P.,NTPC | Satpute R.H.,MSETCL | Nagaraja R.,PRDC | And 2 more authors.
Water and Energy International | Year: 2014

As a follow up of one of the recommendations of Enquiry Committee headed by Chairman, CEA on grid disturbances that took place in Indian grid on 30th and 31stJuly 2012, Ministry of Power constituted a ‘Task Force on Power System Analysis under Contingencies’ in December 2012. The Terms of Reference of Task Force broadly cover analysis of the network behavior under normal conditions and contingencies, review of the philosophy of operation of protection relays, review of islanding schemes and technological options to improve the performance of the grid. Apart from the main Task Force two more sub-committees were constituted, one for system studies for July-September 2013 conditions and another for examining philosophy of relay and protection coordination. The tasks assigned to the protection sub-committee were to review the protection setting philosophy (including Load encroachment, Power swing blocking, out of step protection, Back-up protections) for protection relays installed at 765 kV, 400 kV, 220 kV (132 kV I NER) transmission system. The details given below are part of the work done by this Protection Sub- committee. © 2014, Central Board of Irrigation and Power. All rights reserved. Source


Pandey B.S.,PGCIL | Francis P.P.,NTPC | Satpute R.H.,MSETCL | Nagaraja R.,PRDC | And 2 more authors.
Water and Energy International | Year: 2014

As a follow up of one of the recommendations of Enquiry Committee headed by Chairman, CEA on grid disturbances that took place in Indian grid on 30th and 31st July 2012, Ministry of Power constituted a ‘Task Force on Power System Analysis under Contingencies’ in December 2012. The Terms of Reference of Task Force broadly cover analysis of the network behaviour under normal conditions and contingencies, review of the philosophy of operation of protection relays, review of islanding schemes and technological options to improve the performance of the grid. Apart from the main Task Force two more sub-committees were constituted. One committee for system studies for July- September 2013 conditions and another committee for examining philosophy of relay and protection coordination. One of the tasks assigned to the protection sub-committee was to prepare procedure for protection audit. The details given below are part of the work done by this Protection Sub- committee. © 2014, Central Board of Irrigation and Power. All rights reserved. Source


Bhoyar R.R.,MSETCL | Bharatkar S.S.,Government Polytechnic
2012 9th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2012 | Year: 2012

In 2011, India has approximately 171 GW of installed capacity using fossil fuels. The fossil energy sources in Maharashtra state India has been depleting and short fall in centralized energy generation is growing day by day with increasing demand and Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) has to carry out heavy forced load shedding. Renewable energy sector growth in India during last five years has been significant. The renewable energy sources are going to become the long-term solution for future energy. India has got large potential for renewable energy sources. In this paper, economic aspect of the renewable energy is analyzed. A case of MSEDCL is presented considering the centralized energy and decentralized energy in context to economic scaling. © 2012 IEEE. Source


Bhoyar R.R.,MSETCL | Bharatkar S.S.,Government Polytechnic
2013 Annual IEEE India Conference, INDICON 2013 | Year: 2013

In India, present Energy supply systems has low sharing of renewable energy. To achieve higher renewable energy (RE) shares than typically found in present energy supply systems will require additional integration efforts. These include improved understanding of the RE resource characteristics and availability, investments in enabling infrastructure and research, development and demonstrations (RD and D), modifications to institutional and governance frameworks, innovative thinking, attention to social aspects, markets and planning, and capacity building in anticipation of RE growth. In Maharashtra State of India, Renewable Energy potential exists on large scale. If such Renewable Energy sources are integrated, energy shortfall can be met. The fossil energy sources in Maharashtra state of India has been depleting and short fall in centralized energy generation is growing day by day with increase in energy demand and Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) has to carry out heavy forced load shedding. Renewable energy sector growth in India during last five years has been significant. Government of Maharashtra has put all the efforts to encourage the public sectors for Renewable Energy generation. This paper depicts the potential of Renewable Energy sources in Maharashtra State of India and suggests integration of such sources with deployment of microgrid to make Rural Maharashtra free from forced load shedding. © 2013 IEEE. Source


Bailai M.S.,MSETCL | Khan Z.J.,VITS | Suryawanshi H.M.,VNIT
Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India): Electrical Engineering Division | Year: 2010

The positive features of neural networks and fuzzy logic are combined together for the detection of stator inter-turn insulation and bearing wear faults in single-phase induction motor. The Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference Systems (ANFIS) are developed for the detection of these two faults. These faults are created experimentally on a single-phase induction motor in the laboratory. The experimental data is generated for the five measurable parameters viz motor intake current, speed, winding temperature, bearing temperature and the noise of the machine. Earlier the ANFIS fault detectors are trained for the two input parameters, ie, speed and current and the performance is tested. Later, all the three remaining parameters are added and the five input ANFIS fault detector is trained and tested. It observed from the simulation results that the five • input parameter system predicts more accurate results. Source

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