Serial No - 1
Abstract In the conventional approach the phase angle between two waves of the same frequency is computed by first converting the two input waves into two square waves and then measuring the time difference between the zero crossings of the two square waves or between the pulse centers of these waves. In this project, the least square method (LSM) based algorithm for measurement of phase angle between two sinusoidal signals has been studied and validated for a laboratory scale smart energy meter. The algorithm uses digitized samples of the input signals and allows us to determine simultaneously both the magnitude and phase of two signals. This project also investigates the design and implementation of a remotely power quality monitoring system. It can monitor the power consumption of a household appliance. It makes use of the cloud platform and mobile application for remote viewing of consumption data from any internet enabled device.

Muskan Khator               Roll No: 18701618066

Vinayak Upadhyay         Roll No: 18701618017

Misa Mansi                     Roll No: 18701618068

Nikita                               Roll No: 18701618065

Supervisor Debasish Biswas


Serial No - 2
Abstract Nowadays power systems are under extremely frazzled circumstances which force the system to run closer to its tolerable limits. Therefore, a study that is able to determine the maximum capacity limit before voltage collapse must be carried out so that necessary precaution can be taken to avoid system capacity violation. Power grid failure can occur because of a lack of connected power network infrastructure, incompetent asset maintenance, or increase in electricity consumption that aggravates power generation, transmission, and distribution. Such failures have resulted in losses of billions of dollars for the electric power industry, and are a concern to customers. These methods are implemented in IEEE 30 Bus system to determine the stability factor. Load variation, effect of load angle, critical load angle determined by a new stability factor, Modified voltage stability index (MVSI) and also compared with traditional methods. In the conventional indexes the effect of load angle was ignored but the novelty of the project is the use of PMU and MVSI. With the help of PMU load angle can be observed with Voltage and Current. Depending on voltage, reactive power and load angle index value was calculated by MVSI more effectively. In this paper, our work would be to detect whether a bus is a weak bus or not. We have decided to use the FVSI (First Voltage Stability Index) method and the LSI (Live Stability Index) method. We would be comparing these two methods and then we would conclude after seeing the more accurate value among these two that which one is better, which one is more effective. We would compare between the FVSI method and the LSI method using. Also the system work is implemented & analyzed in MATLAB.

Md. Yaman Feroz                             Roll No: 18701618070

Madan Kumar                                   Roll No: 18701618074

Amartya Sarkhel                                 Roll No: 18701618101

Kazi Roshtam Ali                             Roll No: 18701618076

Supervisor Rajat Kumar Mandal


Serial No - 3

Electric vehicles (EVs) are a promising technology for achieving a sustainable transport sector in the future. This is because of their very low carbon emissions, high efficiency and flexibility in grid operation and integration. However, if several EVs simultaneously draw power from a charging station, this will result in a voltage drop for that particular phase of the distribution system. Further, the constant rise in demand for electricity has resulted in a more complex and interconnected system thereby, pushing the distribution system to operate closer to the boundaries of stability. In order to avoid any undesirable phenomena, it is essential to continuously monitor the different parameters in a distribution system such as voltage, current, power etc. An early indication can be obtained by closely monitoring the voltage stability indices of the different buses in the distribution system. This necessitates the development of different methods for measuring and detecting voltage collapse in bus bars prior to any undesirable phenomena. The primary goal of this dissertation is to develop a mathematical equation for obtaining the voltage stability indices (VSIs) of the buses in a radial distribution network (RDN) in the presence / absence of renewable penetration using the bus states. This will help in determining the bus that is most vulnerable to voltage collapse. Further, the placement of renewables is suggested in the system to improve the bus stability indices and as well as to maintain continuity of power flow in case of single branch outages. In this work, MATLAB based programming is performed on a distribution system using the forward backward load flow method to obtain the bus states. This information is then utilised to calculate the bus VSIs. A standard benchmark distribution system (IEEE 33 bus) is considered and the VSIs are plotted under different case studies..

Student Anish Kundu                                     Roll No. 18701618098
Biswabikash Saha                             Roll No. 18701618087
Souvik Pal                                           Roll No. 18701618028
Jaita Kapuria                                     Roll No. 18701618078
Supervisor Dr. Ayindrila Roy


Serial No - 4
Abstract IoT-based smart metering system is a dependable system that alleviates the issues existing in India's traditional digital automated metering system with tracking and real time remote monitoring that is efficient for power management, secure against third party intervention. Nowadays Electric meter reading for energy use and invoicing is done by human personnel from home to home with building under the conventional system. The aim of the project is to develop a smart power meter involving a Wi-Fi enabled technology to measure electricity used at homes. This can assist to eliminate human mistakes by retrieving real-time meter values via Arduino and sending them to a customer's phone or computer via Cloud platforms thereby explaining the billing system to consumers, collecting data from smart meters, as well as storing it in a centralized database and creating reports. This project aimed to create an IoT-based smart metering system that would be able to alleviate some of the issues that now exist in India's standard digital automated metering system. Smart metering, with its unique performance with the Internet of Things (IoT), is a dependable system for tracking and real-time remote monitoring, as well as an efficient method for power management, secure from third-party intrusion. As a result, this project's work is completed by examining accessible functionalities and journals on the present Smart Metering design and discussing alternative applications. The goal of this project is to create a Wi-Fienabled Smart Electricity Meter. This helps to eliminate human mistakes by retrieving real-time meter values over Wi-Fi and sending them to consumers' mobile phones via Wi-Fi. This also enables the power board to change the variable package pricing for a certain period of time. Customers' power usage data may be analyzed by the administrator, who can then prepare a report based on the information.

Rushali Dhar         Roll No: 18701618046

Saheb Pal             Roll No: 18701618044

Priyanka Karar     Roll No: 18701618056

Pallabi Ghosh       Roll No: 18701618060

Supervisor Monalisa Datta


Serial No - 5
Abstract Water supply has become a big problem over the past few years, due to Overpopulation, climate change, and deterioration of pipes which can cause major problem, such as water leakage. The real problem is not the size of leak, but the time it takes to detect it. In this paper, an implementation of a system to monitor the water tanks is presented. Automatic Water Level controller for Both Overhead and underground tank designed to monitor the level of Water in a Tank. It displays the level of Water and when it is lowest level; a pump is activated automatically to refill the tank. When the tank is filled to its maximum Capacity, the pump is automatically de-energized. Several Circuit are put Together To ensure proper Working of this design, and the block diagram include the supply unit, the microprocessor unit, the sensor unit, the display unit and the pump drive unit. The power unit is responsible for turning on the entire Circuit. The microprocessor Control Virtually all the action carried out in this design. . The system is called interface for monitoring water tanks instrumentation system based on an automatic water level controller with ph meter and GSM. The application service that receives and manages the measurements water tank level. In order to the mobile user interface over any mobile device giving the user control everywhere and every time over the GSM network.  

Oshmi Dhali                                    Roll-18701618061                                        

Anish Kumar Singh                          Roll-18701618099

Vikash Singh                                   Roll-18701619118                                                                  

Brijesh Kumar                                Roll-18701618086                                                      

Supervisor Monalisa Datta


Serial No - 6

In urban areas, electrical cables run underground instead of running over, because it does not affected by any adverse effect of weather such as heavy rainfall, snow, thunder storm. Whenever a fault occurs within the underground cable, it is difficult to detect the exact location of the fault for the repair process of particular cable. The proposed system found the point of the exact location of fault. The paper uses the standard concept of Ohm’s law i.e. when a low dc voltage is applied at the end of feeder through series resister (cable lines) then the current will vary depending on the location of the fault Short in the cable. This system uses an Arduino microcontroller and a rectified power supply. In this case, the current detection circuit in combination with the resister is connected to the microcontroller with the aid of an ADC device to represent the length of wire in Km. Error creation is performed by a set of switches. The relays are controlled by a relay exciter IC, which is used to check cable line. A 16x2 LCD is used to display information. Also one more feature is that using GSM the message of fault detection, location of fault and distance of fault from base station in kilometers this all information is send to base station. As soon as a fault occurs in a cable the buzzer produce the alarm to alert and to take an immediate action by field workers.


Shatadip Mukherjee                        Roll No: 18701619023

Surajeet Chattopadhyay                  Roll No: 18701619020

Kousik Bera                                      Roll No: 18701619016

Pratyusha Samanta                          Roll No: 18701619018

Supervisor Sushma verma


Serial No - 7

This is a solar tracking system which can be used as a power generating method from sunlight. This method of power generation is simple and is taken from naturalresource.This needs only maximum sunlight to generate power. This project help for power generation by setting the equipment to get maximum sunlight automatically throughout the year.This system is tracking for maximum intensity of light. When there is decrease in intensity of light, this system automatically changes its direction to getmaximum intensity of light.


MERAJUL HAQUE             18701618069

RAGUVANSH MANI           18701618055

AMAN PRASAD YADAV   18701618102

MD. KHUSHNOOR ALAM 18701618071

Supervisor Sushma verma


Serial No – 8
Abstract In recent times, the level of air quality index (AQI) is above its normality in many Indian metropolitan cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, etc. In addition to this, fuel prices are going high day by day. For better fuel economy and lower pollution, many people are heading to electric vehicles (EVs), the future of transportation. But there is one biggest problem of EVs i.e. the availability of sufficient fast-charging stations in India. Hence, utilization of hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) in present scenario draws major attention having both the fuel and battery sources to drive the car. However dynamic energy management of HEV is a challenging task. In this work, dynamic energy management of HEV is considered utilizing fuzzy logic controller (FLC) to utilize its available resources in an optimum and efficient way. Here, FLC have been utilized to improve the dynamic energy flow of the HEVs efficiently considering state of charge (SOC) of battery and fuel level as two inputs in MATLAB 2016a platform such that battery utilization can be emphasized over fuel utilizations. In addition to this, battery discharging is also monitored such that it can be switched to fuel mode after reaching to a pre-defined threshold SOC value to avoid any battery failure. The proposed FLC based dynamic energy management strategy provides 95.991 percent accuracy to control the energy utilizations in case of the proposed model.

Sohan Das               Roll No. 18701618033

Souvik Biswas         Roll No. 18701618029

Sukrit Sarkar        Roll No. 18701618024

Tamal Maji             Roll No. 18701618020

Supervisor Dr. Syamasree Biswas Raha


Serial No - 9
Abstract Today's world is witnessing a major move from conventional energy sources to renewable ones. The reason is due to its ample amount and environmentally friendly characteristics. As days are progressing, solar power based generation is becoming a promising source of energy as it is the most easily available abundant resource worldwide. Our paper deals with a solar photovoltaic microgrid system which makes the utilization of free energy from the sun. A DC-DC boost converter has been used to step-up the DC power. An efficient control technique, the MPPT algorithm is used to extract the maximum available power under certain environmental conditions by controlling the duty ratio of the converter. A three-phase voltage source inverter (VSI) has been used to convert the DC power to AC power along with the direct-quadrature (dq) control mechanism. The LC filter is being utilized to eradicate the harmonics of our system. This paper deals with the design, modelling, simulation and harmonic analysis of a standalone PV system at a certain irradiance condition.

Srijani Chatterjee               Roll No. 18701618027

Sarthak Ganguly                 Roll No. 18701618041

Sayan Kansabanik             Roll No. 18701618042

Supervisor Dr. Syamasree Biswas Raha


Serial No - 10

Personal Portfolio Website


Personal portfolio website is developed for the purpose of providing personal information and services . Home page simply provides a name and profession . CV is also attached by a button in the home page , which can be downloaded by any user who wants to look for my CV. The About page gives personal information about me , like my skills , education , hobbies. Portfolio page provides us with some of my creation of web designing and development skills. like a weather app, some responsive landing page and some basic games. services page gives services related information which is provided by me like web designing, web development etc. Contact page provides personal contact information and the ‘HIRE ME ‘ button also leads us to the contact page.

Website is developed using HTML,CSS,JAVASCRIPT and BOOTSTRAP as a front-end design and for backend MySQL is used for databases.

Student Akash Ghosh       Roll No. 18701618104
Supervisor Dr. Syamasree Biswas Raha


Serial No - 11
Abstract DC Micro-grids (DCMGs) are becoming more common as the need and demand of Renewable Energy is exponentially increasing. Many works going for the same, some of them including optimization of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESSs), Artificial Intelligence (AI) based algorithms, Droop Control Management etc. In this paper, based on estimation of power generation ability by means of EMS via meteorological statistics results of load scheduling has been done. Authors are using Python for coding and Weather Map API to get our data, to develop a program. Using this program, authors are able to calculate our power generation capacity (Solar and Wind power in our case) for a future of 24 hrs. This pre-determination of generation capacity will help us in scheduling our power requirement with the AC Grid more effectively and efficiently. The proposed concept will eliminate time critical control mode changes resulting from grid disturbances in remote locations. The concept enables the use of individual and flexible generation and consumption patterns for each component in the micro- grid that can be set to minimize the installed operating cost. Comparative analysis on communication technologies is developed for cost-effective implementation of micro-grid energy management systems (EMS). The present micro-grid escalated to energy management concept for micro-grids where the bus voltage is used as the mean of communications between the micro-grid components.

Chiranjit Bhunia               Roll No: 18701618085

Aniruddhwa Ghosh           Roll No: 18701618100

Ankon Das                       Roll No: 18701618096

Saakshydip Bhowmick     Roll No: 18701618045

Supervisor Birendra Krishna Ghosh


Serial No - 12

Nowadays, with the proliferation of urbanization; the number of cars, taxis, buses, tracks etc. have increased considerably. Recent statistics reveal that over the past few years, the number of accidents has increased due to drowsiness, lack of concentration & fatigue due to long drives etc. Most of the accidents occur on highways due to sudden sleep of drivers due to long drives for hours. In this scenario, this project aims at designing a smart and automatic sleep detection system to alert the driver and make him awake by buzzing an alarm within fraction of a second after detecting the sleep/drowsiness.One camera will be installed to continuously monitor the driver’s face after the engine starts. If drowsiness is detected from the driver’s face, the controller will generate a control signal. The control signal will switch on a buzzer, which will alert all passengers including the driver. Hence, the probability of an accident can be reduced, thus saving lives.


Aditya Kumar   Roll No: 18701618106

Arnab Ghosh   Roll No: 18701618093

Shuvayan Pal   Roll No: 18701618037

Ankita Giri       Roll No: 1870161809

Supervisor Dr. Debaparna Sengupta


Serial No - 13



Abstract COVID-19 pandemic has given birth to global health issues. The outbreak forced governments around the world to implement lockdowns and follow safety measures to reduce the probability of virus transmission. The most powerful safety precaution is to wear a face mask primarily in public places. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the use of face masks as a mandatory biosafety measure. Body temperature measurement is another important part to allow people in public places. Manual check-up for facemask and body temperature detection is a cumbersome and unreliable task. To overcome the problems associated with manual detection, automatic detection and entry control of the mass population is a favorable option. The proposed project is a machine learning based detection and control system for contactless body temperature and face mask identification. It can be used at the entry points of any metro, train, shopping mall, hotel etc. The proposed system is cost-effective and reliable as it doesn't have any human intervention. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and sensor network is the backbone of the proposed system. The model has been trained on real world data-set and tested with live video streaming with a good accuracy. After successful implementation of the proposed system, it is able to control the mass movement in public places in an efficient manner with reliability to guarantee a healthier environment.

Nilaj Talukdar           Roll No: 18701618064

Rahul Lohar               Roll No: 18701618053

Dipanwita Dutta         Roll No: 18701618081

Niraj Kumar               Roll No: 18701618062

Supervisor Dr. Debaparna Sengupta


Serial No - 14
Abstract Smart Home not only refers to reduced human efforts but also energy efficiency and time saving. Our proposed design of advanced home automation system connects all of its components through WiFi technology as its network infrastructure. The proposed topology consists of two major segments; the first segment is the Blynk Cloud server that directs, controls, and supervises the users’ home. Users can locally or remotely manage and control the system over WiFi. Second segment is the module that interfaces the devices linked to the home automation system. The anticipated system can be used to monitor electrical apparatus and devices in home manually and digitally as well as to automate them with timers which will be cost-effective, accessible and easily installable. The proposed scheme is better than the commercially available home automation systems in terms of its flexibility and scalability.

Satadru Sekhar Halder           Roll No: 18701619017

Subhadip Barman                   Roll No: 18701619015

Syani Dey                               Roll No: 18701619115

Ishani Jana                             Roll No: 18701618079


Supervisor Monalisa Das


Serial No - 15
Abstract The internet of things is the intelligent connectivity of physical devices driving massive gains in efficiency, business growth and quality of life. Smart System of the Internet of Things are driven by a combination of – Sensors, Connectivity and Actuators. Internet of Things is changing the world - in the health sector, in transportation, in business, it is the centre of concept like smart buildings and cities. Internet of Things conceptualizes the idea of remotely connecting and monitoring real world objects (things) through the Internet. When it comes to our house, this concept can be aptly incorporated to make it smarter, safer and automated. Internet of Things can enter our homes through all kinds of devices that will seek to make our lives a little more comfortable. With the different microcontrollers, sensors and other devices like relays we can incorporate Internet of Things in our day to day lives, facilitating interactions with smart things. In this project – Home Automation, a relay module is controlled using Google Assistant. We can connect any device whether it is a doorbell or a night lamp and control it just by asking Google Assistant for it. This is achieved by using IFTTT – a platform that promotes to make our homes more comfortable. And Blynk, that facilitates us to connect to our various devices using handsets. There are other platforms like Ubidiot, AWS, etc. that are looked upon as IoT platforms for business but my take away during my period of research is that these platforms can be wearing different hats depending on how you look at it.

Farzan Ahmad     Roll No: 18701616105

Md Abdullah       Roll No: 18701619006

Akshay Vatsa       Roll No: 18701619009

Prabal Kar           Roll No: 18701618059

Supervisor Monalisa Das


Serial No - 25



Nowadays in India, battery powered Electric vehicles (EV) gaining popularity due to the high cost of petroleum. Government is also encouraging the use of electric vehicle to reduce petroleum import and environmental pollution. Moving to an electric transportation model requires battery storage capable of supplying the energy and power demands of the vehicle. Li-ion battery technology has advanced significantly over the last couple of years, making EVs more cost effective and practical. The cost of the batteries has fallen to less than $120/kWh. Despite huge improvements in energy density of the Li-ion batteries (200-300 Wh/kg) and the significantly higher efficiency of the electric propulsion drivetrain, the driving range of EVs on one charge is still shorter than the range of the conventional gasoline vehicles due to the orders of magnitude larger (12,000 Wh/kg ) energy density of petroleum. In summary, despite the failing cost and major improvement in performance of Li battery limited energy density (compared to petroleum) still pose major challenges to more widespread EV adoption due range anxiety of Li battery. As result seamlessly recharge of EV batteries to extend the driving range during longer trips is a practical need. At present a key remaining challenge for the wide adoption of EVs is the lack of the charging infrastructure. Therefore, there is an urgent need for an EV charging infrastructure that will parallel the existing gasoline stations, particularly in regions where long-distance trips are common. In case of conventional AC chargers the charging speed is slow, due to the fact that AC current from the chargers is converted into DC current inside the vehicle using on board charger. This is necessary because a battery cannot be charged directly through an AC supply. DC fast chargers perform this conversion process outside the vehicle. This allows us to use large capacity converters since there is no size limit. However, designing and deploying such an EV charging infrastructure is complex, and must consider competing industry standards, available technologies, grid impacts, and cost. To reduce the cost, development of indigenous technology is necessary. This work is focused on this requirement. In this work design development of 10KW full bridge phase shift (FBPS) DC to DC converter is discussed. Starting from the working principle of the converter, simulation study, hardware design, PCB design and test result of prototype is presented in a systematic manner.


Aditi Mishra                                     Roll No:18701618108

Arkaprabha Roy                              Roll No:18701618094

Moitri Chakraborty                        Roll No:18701618067

Akash Maity                                    Roll No:18701618103

Supervisor Arabindo Chandra


Serial No - 26
Abstract In recent years there has been a rise in the use of Electric Vehicles across the globe. Climate change and the spontaneous depletion of fossil fuels has caused countries to try and switch fuel-driven vehicles with electric vehicles. One of the major challenges faced by Electric Vehicle manufacturers, is the time required to charge it. An average of 7 hours is needed to charge an EV, which is significantly higher than the 5 min that a regular car requires to get refueled. This aspect of EVs is a major reason that consumers refuse to replace their fuel driven vehicles. This slow charging speed is due to the fact that AC current from the chargers is converted into DC current inside the vehicle. This is necessary because a battery cannot be charged directly through an AC supply which is the most commonly found source in commercial use. DC fast chargers perform this conversion process outside the vehicle. This allows us to use faster converters since we are not limited by the size of the vehicle. To reduce the cost, development of indigenous technology is necessary. This work is focused on this requirement. In this work, design development of 30KW Vienna Rectifier for AC to DC conversion is discussed. Starting from the working principle of the converter, hardware design, PCB design and test result of prototype is presented in a systematic manner.

Jinia Parvin                                 Roll No: 18701618077

Md Faizan Alam                         Roll No: 18701618072

Baishakhi Chakrobarty             Roll No: 18701618088

Suman Bit                                   Roll No: 18701618023

Supervisor Arabindo Chandra


Serial No - 27
Supervisor AK


Serial No - 28
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