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2nd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering, will be organized around the theme “”

Power Engineering 2017 is comprised of 13 tracks and 141 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Power Engineering 2017.

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Power engineering is a branch of energy engineering that deals with the generation, transmission, utilization and distribution of electric power and the electrical devices connected to such systems including generators, transformers and motors. Although much of the field is concerned with the problems of three-phase AC power – the standard for large-scale power distribution and transmission across the modern world – a significant fraction of the field is concerned with the conversion between AC and DC power and the evolution of specialized power systems such as those used in aircraft or for electric railway networks. It was a branch of electrical engineering before the emergence of energy engineering.

  • Track 1-1Thermodynamics
  • Track 1-2Electrical Machines
  • Track 1-3Plant Equipment & Technology
  • Track 1-4Plant Automation and Optimization
  • Track 1-5Combined Heat and Power
  • Track 1-6Onsite Renewables
  • Track 1-7Onsite Power
  • Track 1-8Cooling Water Technologies
  • Track 1-9Plant Operations & Maintenance
  • Track 1-10Plant Construction and Supply Chain Management
  • Track 1-11Material Science

Power electronics is the implementation of solid-state electronics to the control and conversion of electric power. It also refers to a subject of research in electrical and electronic engineering which deals with the design, control, computation and unification of nonlinear, time-varying energy-processing electronic systems with fast dynamics. The first high power electronic devices were mercury-arc valves. The potentialities and economy of power electronics system are determined by the active devices that are available. Formerly, the mercury arc valve, the high-vacuum and gas-filled diode thermionic rectifiers were widely used in power electronics. As the ratings of solid-state devices enhance in both current-handling capacity and voltage, vacuum devices have been nearly entirely replaced by solid-state devices. 

  • Track 2-1Power Electronic Converter Topologies, Design and Control
  • Track 2-2Electronic Machines and Actuators
  • Track 2-3Mechatronics
  • Track 2-4Power Supplies
  • Track 2-5Active Filtering and Unity Power Factor Correction
  • Track 2-6 Power Electronics Devices
  • Track 2-7Robotics
  • Track 2-8Inverters
  • Track 2-9Power Electronics in Aerospace and Space Applications
  • Track 2-10Power Electronics System Simulation and Modeling

An electric power system is a network of electrical constituent used to supply, transmit and use electric power. An example of electric power system is the network that gives a region's homes and industry with power—for sizable regions, this power system is known as the grid and can be widely divided into the generators that supply the power, the transmission system that carries the power from a generating centres to the load centres and the distribution system that feeds the power to nearby industries and homes. Smaller power systems are also found in industry, hospitals, commercial homes and buildings. Direct current power can be supplied by batteries, fuel cells or photovoltaic cells. Alternating current power is typically contribute by a rotor that spins in a magnetic field in a device known as a turbo generator. The speed at which the rotor spins in mixture with the number of generator poles determines the frequency of the alternating current produced by the generator.

  • Track 3-1Power System Management Technologies
  • Track 3-2Integrated Substation Automation Technologies
  • Track 3-3Power System Monitoring and Mitigation Technologies
  • Track 3-4Online Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis System
  • Track 3-5Control Strategies for Modern Power System Stability
  • Track 3-6Modeling and Simulation of Large Power Systems
  • Track 3-7Application of Wide Area Measurement System
  • Track 3-8Power System Analysis and Optimization
  • Track 3-9Load Modeling, Estimation and Forecast
  • Track 3-10Power System Planning and Operation
  • Track 3-11Power System Protection

Power Engineering deals with the the generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity as well as the design of a range of related devices. These include transformers, electric generators, electric motors and power electronics. Technologies involve to generate the power are called power generation technologies. Generation of electrical power is a process whereby energy is transformed into an electrical form. There are several different transformation processes, among which are chemical, photo-voltaic, and electromechanical. Electromechanical energy conversion is used in converting energy from coal, petroleum, natural gas, uranium, or water flow into electrical energy. Of these, all except the wind energy conversion process take advantage of the synchronous AC generator coupled to a steam, gas or hydro turbine such that the turbine converts steam, gas, or water flow into rotational energy and the synchronous generator then converts the rotational energy of the turbine into electrical energy. It is the turbine-generator conversion process that is by far most economical and consequently most common in the industry today.

  • Track 4-1Atmospheric Electricity
  • Track 4-2Hydropower Technologies and Applications
  • Track 4-3Thermal Power Technologies and Applications
  • Track 4-4Safe Nuclear Energy Generation and Utilization
  • Track 4-5Wind Power Generation and Utilization
  • Track 4-6Bio-energy Technologies, Process and Utilization
  • Track 4-7New Technologies and Design for Energy Efficiency
  • Track 4-8New Technologies for Minimizing CO2 Generation
  • Track 4-9Environmental-friendly Technologies for Power Generation
  • Track 4-10Geothermal and Tidal Wave Energy
  • Track 4-11Pedal Power
  • Track 4-12Photovoltaic for Solar Power Application

Electric power transmission is merely the bulk transfer of electrical energy, from generating power plants to electrical substations located near demand centres. This is well defined from the local wiring between high-voltage substations and customers, which is typically mention to as electric power distribution. Transmission lines, when interconnected with each other, become transmission networks. The consolidate transmission and distribution network is known as the "power grid" in North America. Within UK, "power grid" is also known as the "National Grid”. A wide area synchronous grid, called an "interconnection" in North America, sprightly connects a large number of generators distributing AC power with the same corresponding frequency, to a large number of consumers.

  • Track 5-1Ultra High Voltage (UHV) Technologies
  • Track 5-2HVDC and Flexible AC Transmission System
  • Track 5-3Over-voltage, Lightning Protection and Grounding
  • Track 5-4Electromagnetic Transient in High Voltage Power Systems
  • Track 5-5Insulation Condition Monitoring in Power Systems
  • Track 5-6Advanced Distribution and SCADA Technologies
  • Track 5-7Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems
  • Track 5-8Plasma Physics and the Pulsed Power Technology
  • Track 5-9Electromagnetic Analysis in Power Systems

A smart grid is a system which includes a diversity of operational and energy measures including renewable energy resources, smart meters, smart appliances and energy efficiency resources. Electronic power conditioning and control of the production and distribution of electricity are salient appearance of the smart grid.

  • Track 6-1Dynamic Optimization and Control
  • Track 6-2Smart Appliances and Consumer Devices
  • Track 6-3Version of Smart and Intelligent Grid
  • Track 6-4Communication Infrastructure
  • Track 6-5Improved Interface and Decision Technology
  • Track 6-6Integrated Communication Technology
  • Track 6-7Intelligent Substation, Distribution and Dispatching
  • Track 6-8Smart Grid Demand Response
  • Track 6-9Smart Grid Networking
  • Track 6-10Information and Smart Meter Reading System
  • Track 6-11Concept and Structural Framing
  • Track 6-12Impact of Smart Grids in Pricing

There are many types of renewable energy. Most of these renewable energies depend in one way or another on sunlight. Hydroelectric and wind power are the direct result of differential heating of the Earth's surface which leads to air moving about (wind) and precipitation making as the air is lifted. Solar energy is the direct conversion of sunlight using panels or collectors. Biomass energy is saved sunlight contained in plants. Other renewable energies that do not based on sunlight are geothermal energy, which is an outcome of radioactive decay in the crust combined with the original heat of approving the Earth, and tidal energy, which is a conversion of gravitational energy.

  • Track 7-1Solar Power
  • Track 7-2Wind Power
  • Track 7-3Waste to Energy
  • Track 7-4Wave Power
  • Track 7-5Tidal Power
  • Track 7-6Hydro Power
  • Track 7-7Biodiesel Fuel
  • Track 7-8Geothermal Energy
  • Track 7-9Hydrogen Fuel
  • Track 7-10Pedal Power
  • Track 7-11Biogas and biomass
  • Track 7-12Wind Turbines
  • Track 7-13Photovoltaic Cells
  • Track 7-14Fossil and Radioactive fuels
  • Track 7-15Oil and Gas
  • Track 7-16Ethanol Fuel
  • Track 7-17Nanotechnology applications to RE

Since the discovery of electricity, we have sought effective methods to store that energy for use on demand. Over the last century, the energy storage industry has continued to evolve and adapt to changing energy requirements and advances in technology. Energy storage systems provide a wide array of technological approaches to managing our power supply in order to create a more resilient energy infrastructure and bring cost savings to utilities and consumers.

  • Track 8-1Batteries and Electrochemical Energy Storage 
  • Track 8-2Mechanical Energy Storage Systems 
  • Track 8-3Thermal Energy Storage Systems
  • Track 8-4Pumped Storage Hydro
  • Track 8-5Compressed Air
  • Track 8-6Flywheel Energy Storage
  • Track 8-7Integrated energy systems
  • Track 8-8Commercial Applications of Energy Storage 

Energy economics is a wide scientific subject area which includes topics related to supply and use of energy in societies. Due to diversity of issues and methods shared and applied with a number of academic disciplines, energy economics does not contemporary itself as a self-contained academic discipline, but it is an applied sub discipline of economics. Energy economics also draws deliberately on results of energy engineering, geology, political sciences, ecology etc. Recent focus of energy economics includes the following issues. Risk analysis and security of supply, climate change and climate policy, Demand response, Sustainability, Energy and economic growth.

Energy policy is the approach in which a given entity (often governmental) has decided to address issues of energy development including energy consumption, production and distribution. The attributes of energy policy may include legislation, international exposition, incentives to investment, and guidelines for energy conservation, taxation and other public policy techniques.

  • Track 9-1Energy Economy
  • Track 9-2Energy Industry
  • Track 9-3Energy Inventions
  • Track 9-4Energy Politics
  • Track 9-5Growth Phases and Sector Shares
  • Track 9-6Energy Recovery Technologies
  • Track 9-7Energy Efficiency
  • Track 9-8Business Policy & Regulation
  • Track 9-9Project Management
  • Track 9-10Mergers & Acquisitions

Sustainability science is the study of sustainable development and environmental science.Healthy ecosystems and environments are necessary to the survival of humans and other organisms. Ways of reducing negative human impact are environmentally-friendly chemical engineering, power engineering, environmental resources management and environmental protection. Information is gained from green chemistry, earth science, energy, environmental science and conservation biology. Ecological economics studies the fields of academic research that aim to address human economies and natural ecosystems.

Moving towards sustainability is also a social challenge that entails international and national law, urban planning and transport, local and individual lifestyles and ethical consumerism.

  • Track 10-1Sustainable Infrastructure and Transportation
  • Track 10-2Sustainable Building Energy Systems
  • Track 10-3Environmental, Economic, and Policy Considerations of Advanced Energy Systems
  • Track 10-4Sustainable Electronics
  • Track 10-5Transportation Electrification
  • Track 10-6Alternative Energy
  • Track 10-7LEED / Green Building
  • Track 10-8Sustainable Graphic Design
  • Track 10-9Sustainability in Aviation
  • Track 10-10Industrial waste treatment
  • Track 10-11Energy Water Sustainability

Fuel cells are very important as alternative power source for remote places where electrical sources are unavailable like remote rural area, big parks, faraway weather stations, spacecraft and a few military installations. There is no need to build electrical stations or bring large and expensive electrical components to these faraway areas. Fuel Economy and Emissions , Fuel cells, Fuel cell materials, Fuel cells and hydrogen storage.

  • Track 11-1Battery Technology
  • Track 11-2Hydrogen Fuel
  • Track 11-3Syngas
  • Track 11-4Alternate Fuels
  • Track 11-5Fuel additives
  • Track 11-6Combustion Turbines
  • Track 11-7Emissions from ICE and their control
  • Track 11-8Biofuels
  • Track 11-9Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
  • Track 11-10Applications of Fuel Cell

Energy technology is an interdisciplinary engineering science having to do with the efficient, safe, environmentally friendly and economical extraction, conversion, transportation, storage and use of energy, targeted towards yielding high efficiency whilst skirting side effects on humans, nature and the environment. For people, energy is an overwhelming need and as a scarce resource it has been an underlying cause of political conflicts and wars. The gathering and use of energy resources can be harmful to local ecosystems and may have global outcomes.

  • Track 12-1Smart Metering
  • Track 12-2Electric Cars
  • Track 12-3Wireless Energy Transfar
  • Track 12-4Vibrational Energy Technologies
  • Track 12-5HTS Transmission
  • Track 12-6Distribution Automation and Network Efficiency
  • Track 12-7Anaerobic Digestion
  • Track 12-8Future Technology

Solar energy is the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source available. The U.S. has some of the world’s richest solar resources. Today's technology allows us to harness this resource in several ways, giving the public and commercial entities flexible ways to employ both the light and heat of the sun. Solar energy can be deployed through distributed generation (DG), whereby the equipment is located on rooftops or ground-mounted arrays close to where the energy is used. Some solar technologies can also be built at utility-scale to produce energy as a central power plant.

Wind Power as an substitute to burning fossil fuels, is abundant, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas radiations during operation, and uses little land. The net effects on the atmosphere are far less difficult than those of non-renewable power sources. Wind farms consist of many individual wind turbines which are connected to the electric power communication network.

  • Track 13-1Photovoltaics
  • Track 13-2Solar Heating and Cooling
  • Track 13-3Solar Chemistry
  • Track 13-4Electricity from Solar Energy
  • Track 13-5Advanced Solar Technology
  • Track 13-6Solar Powered Windmill
  • Track 13-7Wind Power Technology
  • Track 13-8Wind Farm Management
  • Track 13-9Wind Generator
  • Track 13-10Wind Turbine Technologies
  • Track 13-11Solar Grid
  • Track 13-12Wind Energy Systems