Two Weeks Online International FDP

A Era of Change: Recent Advancements of Machine Learning in terms of AI & IoT.

 12.7.2021 to 25.07.2021

The Department of Computer Science & Applications is Organizing a Two Weeks Online International Faculty Development Program

Day 4 – FDP Session

Chief Guest:

Prof. Thukaram Dhadbanjan

Former Professor

Dept. of Electrical Engineering,

Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru

Topic : Application of AI Techniques for Post-fault Analysis and Restoration of Smart Power Grids

DAY#4 -15.07.2021

Total Number of Participants: 282




DR.J. DHILIPAN VICE PRINCIPAL ADMIN and HOD MCA presented the welcome address. During his address he welcomed the chief guest of today’s function and expressed his gratitude for accepting our invitation

He concluded his address by stating that the topic chosen today will help the faculty members and research Scholars to carry out their research and application of AI principles for smart grid is a growing area.

This is used to solve many issues in power distribution


Mr.N.Krishnamoorthy, Assistant Professor/MCA read the chief guest profile and introduced the guest to the audience




🛗 Prof. Thukaram Dhadbanjan started the session with a prayer and blessed that everyone should be safe from Covid-19

In earlier days, the Computational facilities were limited to a side rule


He then explained parts of a slide rule


AC network analyzer at IISC Bangalore

🛗IBM computer punched card

🛗He added that earlier power plants were based on natural resources and basic concepts. In 1987 the first plant was commissioned in Bengal

In 1902 K S Sheshadri iyer Hydro Electric generating  station was on cauvery river

🥌In 1951 , dedicated power engineering building was dedicated

🥌KEB installed a capacity of 253 MW in 1963

🥌 Explained how power is transmitted across the country using National Grids

🥌He then explained mode wise share in electricity generation in various countries with a graph

🥌Complexity of power systems has grown with technological development

🥌He then explained about online studies about power grid

🥌Power system static security levels


🛗He then discussed about  the following topics with relevant examples

🎛️ Time ranges of transition in the state of a power system

🎛️Time spectrum of power system studies

🎛️Mathematical techniques for prediction of impedance

🎛️AI techniques applied for power grids

🎛️ Various parameters and methods used in power grids

🛗He then explained about the following topics

🌐Proposed approach at substations

🌐 Black outs

🌐Northern region black out happened on July 30 and 31st 2012

🌐Proposed approach for black out

🌐 Methodology for Fuzzy models

🔖He concluded his address by explaining about

🥏 Fuzzy inference matrix

🥏 Challenges in integration of distributed generation with the grid

🥏Wind energy

🥏Future distribution system with DGs


🧭Indias solar power

🪔Smart grid

🚨Smart grid attributes

📞Smart grid communication

Advanced sensing and measurements

Then the entire session was opened to the audience for clarification of their doubts and interaction. The entire session was much useful for all the participants

.J SHOBANA- Assistant Professor/MCA presented the vote of thanks for the day 4 technical session