Ashish Kumar Singh

Work place: Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Katra (J&K), 182320, India



Research Interests: Engineering


Ashish Kumar Singh was born on October 3, 1992. He is expecting his bachelor of technology degree from Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India, in 2015. His research experience include analysis and  Impact of ART and DPC on AODV Routing Environment for Dynamic Network using QualNet 7.1  at Indian Institute Of Technology, Varanasi in 2014 and Ge-content dependent efficiency of Si/SiGe heterojunction solar cell analysis at Indian School Of Mines, Dhanbad in 2013. He has contributed with his publication in several fields like photonics, silicon solar cells, autonomous irrigation system and power generation.

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Modelling and Simulation of Hydro Power Plant using MATLAB & WatPro 3.0

By Jahnvi Tiwari Ashish Kumar Singh Ashish Yadav Rakesh Kumar Jha

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2015

Increase in demand of electricity and clean drinking water has produced a chronic need of a promising and reliable technology for the supply of both commodities, which should be entirely based on renewable sources of energy. The authors, in their previous work, had proposed a design of a hybrid power plant which used graphene membrane for power generation using reverse osmosis process. The proposal included removal of arsenic, poorly biodegradable pollutants using TiO2 nanoparticles. Chlorine production using the process of electrolysis. The plant was also electronically implemented and included pump control, fouling detection modules and decision module for the volume of effluents to be discharged. The performance of a power system is essential to be analyzed for control, stabilization and efficient modelling. In the present research paper, simulation model of the hybrid plant is analyzed. The chemical behavior is analyzed with 'Watpro 3.0' industrial software and turbine governance system is studied via MATLAB. This plant is a potential replacement of chemical purification techniques with high overhead and excess cost. It is a better, efficient, safe and reliable system to produce clean and safe drinking water and electricity simultaneously.

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