Qualification: 
M.E
Email: 
anudevj@am.amrita.edu

Mr. Anudev J. currently serves as Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri. Mr.Anudev J. received his Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of Kerala, India with first class and the Masters degree in Applied Electronics from NI university, India with first class with distinction in 2009 and 2012 respectively.

Mr. Anudev is a life time member of ISTE.

Publications

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2016

Journal Article

A. Dhanesan, Anudev J., and N, R. A., “PV Systems with Continuous Sliding Mode Controlled Quadratic Boost Converter ”, 1st Global Colloquium on Recent Advancements and Effectual Researches in Engineering, Science and Technology - RAEREST 2016 on April 22nd & 23rd April 2016, vol. 25, pp. 808–815, 2016.[Abstract]


Photovoltaic (PV) systems can provide maximum power with higher efficiency at best operating point with respect to incident solar irradiation. The locus of maximum power operating point varies with panel surface and cell temperature. An effective maximum power point tracking algorithm can always match the solar and load characteristics continuously so that maximum power is transferred to the load. This paper proposes the use of Quadratic Boost Converter (QBC) as a MPPT converter with existing modified incremental conductance algorithm. The performance of the converter is improved with continuous sliding mode controller such that the system is effective for fast and large variations in input solar irradiation. The result is studied in MATLAB/Simulink platform and validates the efficiency of the proposed MPPT controller.

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2014

Journal Article

A. A.P and Anudev J., “Constant frequency hysteretic controller for three level buck converter”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Scientific Research, vol. 1, no. 4, 2014.

Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2015

Conference Paper

A. E. Joy and Anudev J., “Power quality improved hybrid SMPS for PC applications”, in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Technological Advancements in Power and Energy, TAP Energy 2015, 2015, pp. 193-198.[Abstract]


Many electronic appliances consume standby power, which as per IEC definition is the equipments' lowest level of power intake while in switched on but idle state. The users of these devices are often unaware of such continuous power drain. Computers, that enable better productivity and accuracy, are in common use today. Personal Computers (PC) need stable power inputs that can deliver rigidly regulated and isolated DC outputs of high power quality at different levels. However, the standby power associated with Personal Computers is substantial. Therefore, the primary objective of the project is to develop a Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) that integrates with a battery that is charged by solar energy. The battery provides standby power of the requisite quality to the PC. Power factor is improved using buck-boost PFC converter in Discontinuous Conduction Mode at the front end. A half bridge converter has been used at the output end for achieving high frequency isolation and multiple DC output voltages. Such a configuration is considered a better solution to obtain the power quality needed in situations of varying input and load fluctuations conditions. Simulation of the suggested model implemented in Matlab/Simulink Software has demonstrated improved performance for the proposed Hybrid SMPS. © 2015 IEEE.

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2015

Conference Paper

A. E. Joy and Anudev J., “Analysis of multiple output SMPS topology for PC application”, in 2015 International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication (ICCPEIC), 2015.[Abstract]


Computers, that enable better productivity and accuracy, are in common use today. Personal Computers requires two stage Switch Mode Power Supplies(SMPS) with multiple outputs delivering stiffly regulated and isolated DC voltages at different levels along with improved power quality. SMPS is the most prevailing architecture for DC power supply in modern systems, due to its ability to handle variable loads. A non isolated bridgeless Cuk converter operated in discontinuous conduction mode is used for power factor correction at front end. A half bridge converter has been used at the output end for achieving high frequency isolation and multiple DC output voltages. Such a configuration is considered as a better solution for obtaining the power quality and voltage regulation needed in situations of varying input and load fluctuations conditions. Performance of SMPS units is analyzed in Matlab/Simulink Software.

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2015

Conference Paper

A. E. Joy and Anudev J., “Analysis of different SMPS topologies for PCs”, in International conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology, February 26th-27th 2015, Kerala, India, 2015.

2014

Conference Paper

A. P. Arya and Anudev J., “Dynamic Response Analysis of Hysteretic Controlled Three Level Buck Converter”, in ICCPEIC, IEEE International Conference, 2014.

2012

Conference Paper

Anudev J. and Jacob, R. I., “Analytical study of howland current source model”, in International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technologies (ICCEET), 2012 , Kumaracoil, 2012.[Abstract]


Many applications such as bias network circuits, temperature sensing circuits etc. require current source. Programmable current sources are required for many industrial applications. Implementation of a programmable current source varies depending on the type of application. In measurement field voltage controlled current sources are widely used. In this paper, Howland model is simulated and various characteristics are studied. The analytical and simulated results are matching. The simulation is carried out using Tina 7 Simulation software.

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2012

Conference Paper

Anudev J. and Jacob, R. I., “Analytical study of GIC based current source model”, in Advances in Engineering, Science and Management (ICAESM), 2012 International Conference on, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu, 2012.[Abstract]


Current sources are vital part of many applications such as bias networks, low power reference, ramp generation, LED driver, temperature sensing etc. Programmable current sources are required for many industrial applications. Generalized Impedance Convertor (GIC) circuit is basically used to simulate negative impedance and to simulate inductors in filter circuit. This circuit can also be used to create constant current output. This is a new application of the GIC circuit. This paper carries out analysis of basic GIC current source. The simulation is carried out using Tina 7 Simulation software.

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