Qualification: 
Ph.D, M.Tech
Email: 
mk_naik@blr.amrita.edu

Kishore Naik Mude received his B.Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India, in 2008, and his M.Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India, in 2010. From 2010 to 2011, he was a Lecturer at Amity University, Noida, India. He graduated his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Padova, Italy, in March 2015. Presently he is working as Researcher with Systec R&D, Porto, Portugal and he is on-leave from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru campus, India. He received Prestigious European fellowship CARIPARO sponsored by Italian Bank, for three years of his doctoral study. He was invited for talk on Wireless Battery chargers in Energy Materials Nanotechnology (EMN) Meeting on batteries which held at Orlando, Florida, USA and by IEEE Toronto section of University Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Oshawa, Canada and several organizations/conferences in all around word. His current area of research includes, Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles, Battery chargers. He organized and chaired several special sessions in the area of Wireless Power Transfer. and He received several awards from Prestigious institutes from abroad.

Education

YEAR DEGREE/PROGRAM INSTITUTION
2008 Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati
2010 M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad
1989 B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering National Institute of Technology, Trichy, India

Awards

  • Biography Included Marquis Who's in Who in World
  • Awarded as DaVinci Diamond by IBC, Cambridge, England for inspirational achievements.
  • Appointed as ambassador of the Asian Council of Science Editors for the year of 2016.
  • Biography  included  in  Top  100  Professionals-2016,  International  Biographic  Centre, Cambridge, England.
  • Biography included in 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st century- 10th edition, International Biographic Centre, Cambridge, England. · Recipient of grant worth (US$ 3000) for travelling to international conference Orlando, USA.
  • Recipient of CARIPARO fellowship (27000 Euros/Annum) from Cash savings foundation of region Veneto, for Doctoral Program, in University of Padua, Italy (2012-2014).

Invited talks

  • Invited by a University of Central Florida to deliver a Two -hour talk on "Wireless Charging " in EMN meeting on Batteries conference, held at Orlando, Florida.
  • Invited by a IEEE Toronto section to deliver a talk on "Wireless Battery infrastructure for an Electric Vehicle"
  • Invited by a IEEE Bangalore section to deliver a on "Electric Vehicle Battery chargers"
  • Invited by a Birla Institute of Technology Mesra to deliver a Two -hour talk on "Future Battery infrastructure for an Electric Vehicle" on 27/04/2015.

Professional Activities:

  • Reviewer of IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics and Power Electronics
  • Reviewer of the IEEE conferences IECON 2015, ISIE 2015.
  • Technical chair of session on Static and dynamic wireless charging of IECON 2015 held in japan.
  • Technical chair of special session on Wireless Power Transfer of TENCON 2016 to be held in Singapore
  • Organizer of IEEE, IES workshop on on Transportation and Electrification, at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India on 12 Aug 2016. Extracurricular activities: ·
  • Session Chair of IECON 2015 of track on Static and dynamics wireless charging of an Electric Vehicle held in Nov 2015.
  • Member  of  Red  cross  society  of  Italy  ·
  • NSS  Student  Coordinator  in  SVU  College  of Engineering during 2006-08 ·
  • Organized & Participated in RHAPSODY-2007,a Intercollegiate function at SVU college of Engineering and Got first prize in singing.
  • Core Committee member of Talentsday-2007, a intra college function at SVU College of engineering ·  
  • Organized Blood donation camps at SVU College of Engineering 
     

Publications

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2017

Conference Proceedings

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, .T.Outeiro, M., and Carvalho, A., “In-motion Wireless Power Transfer: Technology, challenges and Market Scenario”, Proc. of IEEE ICIT. 2017.

2017

Conference Proceedings

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, D Feng, R., and Czarkowski, F. D. Leon, “Optimal Design of Resonant Coupled Multi-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer Systems”, IEEE ICIT. 2017.

Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2017

Conference Paper

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Outeiro, M. T., and Carvalho, A., “In-motion wireless power transfer: Technology, infrastructure, challenges and market scenario”, in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, 2017, pp. 1550-1554.[Abstract]


In-motion Wireless Power Transfer (IM-WPT) is the ability of charging the battery of an EV while it is in motion. This paper introduces a review of IM-WPT charging. The main issuses relatted to; the technology associated, infrastructure and current challenges faced in research and the market scenario are addressed along the paper. © 2017 IEEE.

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2016

Conference Paper

R. K. Jha, Giacomuzzi, S., Buja, G., Bertoluzzo, M., and Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, “Efficiency and Power Sizing of SS vs. SP Topology for Wireless Battery Chargers”, in Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (PEMC), 2016 IEEE International, 2016.

2016

Conference Paper

A. V. J. S. Praneeth, Sindhu, K. S., Bhaskar, N., and Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, “Abberant Analysis of Three Phase Induction Machine with Stator Interturn Faults on Windings”, in 2016 Biennial International Conference on Power and Energy Systems: Towards Sustainable Energy (PESTSE), 2016.

2014

Conference Paper

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Bertoluzzo, M., and Buja, G., “Inductive Characteristics of Different Coupling Setups for Wireless Charging of an Electric City-Car”, in Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC), 2014 IEEE International, 2014.

2013

Conference Paper

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Bertoluzzo, M., and Buja, G., “Design of contactless battery charger for electric vehicle”, in Proc. of IEEE Africon, 2013.

2013

Conference Paper

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Bertoluzzo, M., and Buja, G., “Design of a Contactless Battery Charging System”, in AFRICON, 2013, 2013.[Abstract]


Inductive contactless energy transfer systems (CETS) transfer electric energy between their input and output section without any wired connection. The coupling device consists of two coils whose setup is a crucial issue in building up a CETS. This paper presents the design procedure of the coils of a CETS intended to charge the battery pack of electric city car. The procedure encompasses the determination of the inductive parameters of the coils when ferrite cores with different geometries are considered. More »»

2013

Conference Paper

M. Bertoluzzo, Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, and Buja, G., “Characteristic Evaluation of Wireless Battery Chargers for Electric Vehicles”, in Proc. IEEE Electromotion, 2013.

2012

Conference Paper

M. Bertoluzzo, Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, and Buja, G., “Preliminary Investigation on Contactless Energy Transfer for Electric Vehicle Battery Recharging”, in Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS), 2012 7th IEEE International Conference on, 2012.[Abstract]


Contactless energy transfer systems (CETSs) take electric energy from the mains and deliver it to an electric load without any wired connection between them. CETSs are receiving much attention in recent days for their numerous benefits, especially in recharging the batteries of the electric vehicles. After reviewing structure and key performance factors of a CETS and discussing the technologies enabling the contactless energy transfer, the paper focuses on the inductive CETSs. The two basic topologies of the inductive CETSs for short

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Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2016

Journal Article

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Bertoluzzo, M., Buja, G., and Pinto, R., “Design and Experimentation of Two-coil Coupling for Electric City-car WPT Charging”, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, vol. 30, pp. 70–88, 2016.[Abstract]


The article deals with the two-coil coupling of an inductive wireless power transfer system intended to charge the battery of an electric city-car. At first, two-coil coupling structures with different arrangements for the coil windings and different shapes for the magnetic core are investigated. Investigation is carried out by help of a FEM code, and encompasses the determination of (i) the inductive parameters as a function of the coil distance and axial misalignment and (ii) the nearby electromagnetic fields to verify their admissibility for the humans. Afterwards the coil coupling is designed and then set up according to the results of the investigation. Measurements executed on the set-up validate the design for both the inductive parameters and the nearby electromagnetic fields.

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2016

Journal Article

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, .Bertoluzzo, M., .Buja, G., and .Jha, R., “Analysis and Comparison of Two Wireless Battery Charger Arrangements for Electric Vehicle”, Chinese Journal of Electrical Engineering, 2016.

2015

Journal Article

G. Buja, Bertoluzzo, M., and Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, “Design and Experimentation of WPT Charger for Electric City-Car”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2015.

2015

Journal Article

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, “Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle”, 2015.[Abstract]


Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) systems transfer electric energy from a source to a load without any wired connection. WPTs are attractive for many industrial applications because of their advantages compared to the wired counterpart, such as no exposed wires, ease of charging, and fearless transmission of power in adverse environmental conditions. Adoption of WPTs to charge the on-board batteries of an electric vehicle (EV) has got attention from some companies, and efforts are being made for development and improvement of the various associated topologies. WPT is achieved through the affordable inductive coupling between two coils termed as transmitter and receiver coil. In EV charging applications, transmitter coils are buried in the road and receiver coils are placed in the vehicle. Inductive WPT of resonant type is commonly used for medium-high power transfer applications like EV charging because it exhibits a greater efficiency.
This thesis refers to a WPT system to charge the on-board batteries of an electric city-car considered as a study case. The electric city-car uses four series connected 12V, 100A•h VRLA batteries and two in-wheel motors fitted in the rear wheels, each of them able to develop a peak power of 4 kW to propel the car. The work done has been carried out mainly in three different stages; at first an overview on the wired EV battery chargers and the charging methodologies was carried out. Afterwards, background of different WPT technologies are discussed; a full set of Figures of Merit (FOM) have been defined and are used to characterize the resonant WPTs to the variations in resistive load and coupling coefficient. In the second stage, the WPT system for the study case has been designed. In the third stage, a prototypal of the WPT system has been developed and tested.
Design of the WPT system is started by assessing the parameters of the various sections and by estimating the impact of the parameters of the system on its performance. The design process of the coil-coupling has come after an analysis of different structures for the windings, namely helix and spiral, and different shapes for the magnetic core; further to the preliminary results that have shown the advantages of the spiral structure, a more detailed analysis has then been executed on this structure. The coil design has encompassed the determination of the inductive parameters of the two-coil coupling as a function of the coil distance and axial misalignment. Both the analysis and the design was assisted by a FEM-approach based on the COMSOL code.
Design of the power supply stages of the WPT system has consisted of the assessment of values and ratings of a) the capacitors that make resonant the coil-coupling, b) the power devices of the PFC rectifier and of the high frequency inverter (HF) that feeds the transmitting coil, c) the power devices of the converters supplied by the receiver coil: the rectifier diode and the in-cascade chopper that feeds the battery in a controlled way. For the converters that operate at high frequency (inverter and the rectifier in the receiver section), power electronic devices of the latest generation (the so-called Wide Band Gap (WBG) devices) have been used in order to maximize the efficiency of the WPT system.
A prototypal WPT battery charger was arranged by using available cards with the power and signal circuits. Relevant experimental activities were: a) measurement of the parameters of the coils, b) desk assembling of the prototype, and c) conducting tests to verify proper operation of the prototype.
The thesis work includes also a brief overview of i) emerging topics on WPT systems such as on-line electric vehicle (OLEV), ii) shielding of the magnetic fields produced by a WPT system, and iii) standards on WPT operation. These three issues play a significant role in the advancement of the WPT technology.
The thesis work has been carried out at the Laboratory of “Electric systems for automation and automotive” headed by Prof. Giuseppe Buja. The laboratory belongs to the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Padova, Italy.

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2014

Journal Article

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, DASHORA, H. E. M. A. N. T. K. U. M. A. R., Bertoluzzo, M., and Buja, G., “From Wired to In-Moving Charging of the Electric Vehicles”, 2014.[Abstract]


In present years, the deployment of electric vehicles is arisen globally due to the stressing of the environmental concerns and the demand of energy-efficient road
transportation. This paper deals with the battery charging technologies for electric vehicles, giving an overview on their evolutionary process. At first, the wired technology is reviewed and the main existing standards on it (charging modes, connection cases and plug types) are presented. Then the wireless power transfer technology is illustrated.

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2014

Journal Article

P. samuel, Gupta, R., Chandra, D., and Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, “Wind Energy Interface to Grid with Load Compensation by Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverters”, Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 14, pp. 271–281, 2014.[Abstract]


Fluctuating wind conditions necessitate the use of a variable speed wind turbine (VSWT) with a AC/DC/AC converter scheme in order to harvest the maximum power from the wind and to decouple the synchronous generator voltage and frequency from the grid voltage and frequency. In this paper, a combination of a three phase diode bridge rectifier (DBR) and a modified topology of the diode clamped multilevel inverter (DCMLI) has been considered as an AC/DC/AC converter. A control strategy has been proposed for the More »»

2014

Journal Article

Dr. Mude Kishore Naik, Bertoluzzo, M., Buja, G., Song, C., Jung, D. H., Song, E., Cho, Y., Kim, S., Kim, J., Kim, J., and , “T-Th1 Automotive Applications of Wireless Power Transfer Technology”, 2014.

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