Energy Management and Microgrid Laboratory


Our mission statement

We aim to provide facilities for teaching and research in the field of power and transportation systems, control and protection analysis. We also cater for the undergraduate experiments in the above areas and provide research facilities to a number of postgraduate and undergraduate final year students.


Introduction

Our main research activities are in the field of Power Systems Control and protection analysis. Intelligent Power Distribution Automation and Intelligent System Design and Operation Optimisation of MRT Systems are a few among the various research projects that are happening in our lab.

At undergraduate level, we provide laboratory experiments for the following modules: ·Semester I-EE4501 Power Systems Analysis and Protection.
Semester II- EE4504 Power Systems Dynamics and Control


Announcements

We are currently developing a Hybrid SmartGrid for research and institutional purposes, watch out this space for more updates.


Our People

Dipti SRINIVASAN

Professor

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Fuzzy Logic Evolutionary Computation Application Of Soft Computing Techniques To Power System Operation And Control AI Techniques For Machine Design Optimisation Intelligent Incident Detection For Highways

Laboratory Technologist

Mr Seow Hung Cheng

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Postdoctural Fellow

Dr Xiong Peng

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Reseach Scholar

Ms Shu Zhen

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Reseach Scholar

Mr Quan Hao

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Reseach Scholar

Mr GU Chaojun

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Reseach Scholar

Mr Anurag Sharma

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Reseach Scholar

Ms Dhivya Sampath Kumar

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Reseach Scholar

Mr Anupam Trivedi

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Reseach Scholar

Mr Yang Dazhi

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Reseach Scholar

Ms Bi Yinrui

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Reseach Scholar

Mr Sun Zhe

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Research Engineer

Mr Bharat Menon Radhakrishnan

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Research Engineer

Mr Sumith Madampath Sreechithra

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Our research area

Computational Intelligence Techniques for Modeling and Control of Non-linear Systems
Neuro-symbolic system for forecasting and prediction
Evolutionary Computation for Highly Constrained Scheduling Problems
Multi-Agent Systems (MAS)
Power System Analysis
Reliability Theory Applied to Power Systems
Optimization Techniques Applied to Power Systems


Our publications

41 Chang, C S and ||D H Du||, Further improvement of optimisation method for mass transit signalling block-layout design using differential evolution. ||IEE Proceedings. B, Electric Power Applications||, 146, 5
(Sept 1999 September 1999): 559-569.

42 Chang, C S, ||W Q Jiang|| and S Elangovan, Application of genetic algorithms to determination of worst-case switching overvoltage of MRT systems. ||IEE Proceedings. B, Electric Power Applications||, 146, 1
(Jan 1999 January 1999): 81-87.

43 Chang, C S, J S Low and D Srinivasan, Application of tabu search in optimal system design and operation of MRT power supply system. ||IEE|| ||Proceedings. B, Electric Power Applications||, 146, 1 (Jan 1999 1999):
75-80. (United Kingdom).

44 Chang, C S, L R Lu and F S Wen, Power system network partitioning using tabu search. ||Electric Power Systems Research||, 49 (1999 1999):55-61. (Switzerland).

45 Chang, C S, ||H B QUEK|| and J B X Devotta, Power system excitation control using master-slave fuzzy power system stabiliser. ||Fuzzy Sets||||and Systems||, 102 (1999 1999): 85-94.

46 Chang, C S and ||L F Tian||, Worst-case dentification of touch voltage and stray current of DC railway system using genetic algorithm. ||IEE||||Proceedings. B, Electric Power Applications||, 146, 5 (Sept 1999
September 1999): 570-576. (United Kingdom).

47 Chang, C S, L Tian and F S Wen, A new approach to fault section estimation in power systems using ANT system. ||Electric Power Systems|| ||Research||, 49 (1999 1999): 63-70. (Switzerland).

48 Chang, C S, ||D Y Xu|| and H B Quek, Pareto Optimal set based multi-objective tuning of fuzzy automatic train operation for mass rapid transit system. ||IEE Proceedings. B, Electric Power||||Applications||, 146, 5 (Sept 1999 September 1999): 577-587. (United Kingdom).

49 Chang, C S and ||Q Z YU||, Fuzzy bang-bang control of SVC for damping system-wide low-frequency oscillations. ||Electric Power Systems||Research||, 49 (1999 1999): 45-54.

150 Wen, F S and C S Chang, A new approach to fault diagnosis in electrical distribution networks using a refined genetic algorithm.Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, 12, 1-2 (January 1998):69-80. (United Kingdom).

151 Wen, F S, C S Chang and W Fu, A new approach to alarm processing in power systems based upon the set covering theory and a refined genetic algorithm. Electric Machines and Power Systems, 26, 1
(January 1998): 53-67. (United States).

181 Zhu, J Z, C S Chang and G Y XU, A new model and algorithm of secure and economic automatic generation control. Electric Power Systems
Research, 45, 2 (May 1998): 119-127.

182 Zhu, J Z, C S Chang, W YAN and G Y XU, Reactive power optimisation using analytic hiearchical process and non-linear optimisation neural network approach. IEE Proceedings. C, Generation, Transmission, and Distribution, 145, 1 (January 1998): 89-97.

183 Zhu, J Z, R Q FAN, G Y XU and C S Chang, Construction of Maximal steady-state security regions of power systems using optimisation methods. Electric Power Systems Research, 44, 2 (February 1998):101-105.

40 Devotta, J B X, M G Rabbani and S Elangovan, Effect of SMES Unit on AGC Dynamics. In Volume 1 of 2, Proeedings of the International Conference on Energy Management and Power Delivery 1998, compiled by NUS,NTU, IEEE Singapoe Section, pp. 61-66. Singapore: IEEE Singapore Section, 5 March 1998. (ISBN No: 0-7803-4495-2 IEEE Catalog Number98Ex137).

125 Poh, P C, C S Chang and S Elangovan, Investigation of Major Causes and Mitigation of Voltage Dips in Electric Utility. In Australian Universities Power Engineering Conference. Australia: University of Tasmania, Australia, September 1998. (Paper presented at Australian Universities Power Engineering Conference, 27-30 September 1998, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia).

132 Rabbani, M G, J B X Devotta and S Elangovan, Fuzzy Controlled SMES Unit for Power System Application. In Volume 1 of 2, Proceedings of the International conference on Energy Management and Power Delivery
1998, compiled by NUS, NTU IEEE Singapore Section, pp. 41-46. SINGAPORE, 5 March 1998. (ISBN No : 0-7803-4495-2 IEEE Catalog Number 98Ex137).

1 Cheu, R L, D Srinivasan, X Jin, K C Ng, Y L Ng and K H Lee,Development of New Incident Detection Methodologies for Expressways. Singapore: National University of Singapore, 16 December 1998. 140pp. (Research Report).

71 Jin, X, R L Cheu, D Srinivasan, K C Ng, Y L Ng and K H Lee,Applications of FRESIM: A microseopic traffic simulation model in an expressway in Singapore. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Transportation into the Next Millenium, 9-11 September
1998, Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore, pp. 251-260. Singapore:Centre for Transportation Studies, NTU, 9 September 1998.

70 Jin, X, R L Cheu, K C Ng, Y L Ng and D Srinivasan, Genetic algorithm in the calibration of a traffic simulation model. In Proceedings of 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Transport and The Environment, 13-15
May 1998, Singapore, pp. 595-603. Singapore, 13 May 1998.

61 Heng, E T H, D Srinivasan and A C Liew, Short-term Load Forecasting Using Genetic Algorith and Neural Networks. pp. 576-581. United States: IEEE, March 1998. (Paper presented at International Conference on Energy Management and Power Delivery, 3-5 March 1998, Singapore).


Our Location & Contact information

National University of Singapore

WS2-05-20/22 Engineering Workshop 2
1 Engineering Drive 3
Singapore 117580

Person to contact: Mr. Seow Hung Cheng

Contact number: +65 65162136