My Thesis Name Is Thyristor Firing Circuit In This Thesis We Have To Develop A New T 2382885

My thesis name is Thyristor firing circuit. in this thesis, we have to develop a new thyristor firing circuit for the practical laboratory.In our lab we have a thyristor firing circuit for SCR model numbercs30-12io1 s1222.We need to develop a new model which is better than the existing one and need to talk about all the available component that you are gonna use and then talk about there advantages and disadvanatges. Then you need to develop the simulink model for the new thyrisitor firing model and need to run that simulation and check that model with the experiments one and two simulations.I have attached a sample report for you guys so that it will. be easy for you to make to make report. the report should be having Harvard referencing in the text and in normal referencing alsoI have completed the chapter one already also attached in the attachment you can use the material but it needs to be parphasre before and needs parappasringreport should consist of 5 chapterchapter 1-introductionchapter 2-using the simulation for existing firing circuit and observe the wave form for practical one and practical two and explain themchapter 3 finding the available component that can be used to form a new thyristor firing circuit and discuss about the advantages and disadvantages.the new model that will be developed according to the sir model numbercs30-12io1 sheet can be found on the internet chapter 4 Simulation and block diagram of the new thyristor firing circuit and comparing its results when you run it with experiment one and two in chapter 2chapter 5 comparison and conclusion and future scopeuse of software -multisim and Matlab Document Preview:

Estimating frequency for different time-frequency analysis methods using Matlab® Minor Thesis Report By Muhamad Zuhaili Khairul Anuar Id No: 110163661 Bachelor in Technology Electrical Engineering Master in Engineering Electrical Power Supervisor: Mr Kevin Rogers School of Engineering University of South AustraliaABSTRACT Signal processing is crucial in the electrical industry as obtaining quality results from the process is an important task. This leads to enhancing the proper methods to analyse variety of signals and to utilise the information in the signals. One of the analysis in signal processing is time-frequency analysis. This analysis provides two dimensional views in time and frequency domains as representation of signals. Results obtained in the time-frequency analysis need to be accurate in order to be used in a particular field. Thus, in this thesis, an accuracy of four different methods of time-frequency analysis was investigated. The methods are Wigner-Ville Distribution (WVD), Pseudo Wigner-Ville distribution (PWVD), Smooth Pseudo Wigner-Ville distribution (SPWVD) and Spectrogram (SPEC). These four methods are compared to each other and are analysed in terms of their performances and capabilities referring to the peak frequency estimation. MATLAB® software and time-frequency toolbox are applied to generate signals and help the simulation process. This research has been conducted through simulations and tested using four different types of signals which are sinusoidal sine wave, signal with linear frequency modulation, signal with constant frequency modulation, and signal with sinusoidal frequency modulation. These signals are tested in three conditions, which are signal with no noise, signal with low standard deviation of noise (from 0.05 to 0.30 standard deviation of noise) and signal with high standard deviation of noise (from 0.35 to 0.75 standard deviation of noise). Each method is repeated a hundred…



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