Authors : Saravanan, Karthika, Sivakami

Electrical Engineering and Instrumentation

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R. Saravanan is working asan Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, PSNA College of Engineering &Technology, Dindigul. He obtained his B.E degree with distinction in EEE fromAnna University, Chennai and obtained his M.E degree with distinction in PowerElectronics and Drives Engineering from Anna University Chennai. He is pursuingPh.D in the area of Power Converters & Control of Electrical Drives at AnnaUniversity Chennai. He is a life member of ISTE. He has presented many papersin national and international conferences and published papers in Scopusindexed and other leading international journals. He has awarded Best Innovatorand Researcher Award in OICGET'16. He has 6 years of teaching experience. Hisareas of interest include Power Electronics, Control of Drives, Control systemsand Electrical Machines.

K. Karthika is working asan Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, PSNA College of Engineering &Technology, Dindigul. She obtained her B.E degree in EIE from Anna University,Chennai and obtained his M.E degree in Applied Electronics from Anna UniversityChennai. She has presented papers in conferences and published papers ininternational journals. She has years of teaching experience. Her area ofinterest includes Transducer Engineering, Virtual Instrumentation, DigitalElectronics and Control Systems.

P. Sivakami is currentlyworking as an Assistant Professor in the Department of EEE, PSNA College ofEngineering and Technology, Dindigul. She has completed her U.G degree in theyear 2011, under Anna University, Chennai. She obtained her P.G degree in PowerElectronics and Drives from Anna University Chennai in the year 2013. She haspresented many papers in various National and International Conferences. Also,she has good number of paper publications in many leading National andInternational journals. She has three years of teaching experience. Her area ofinterest includes Electrical Machines, Power Converters and Network Analysis.