Rakesh Kumar Jha

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

E-mail: jharakesh.45@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Architecture and Organization, Information Security, Network Security, Data Structures and Algorithms


Rakesh K Jha: currently an assistant professor in school of electronics and communication department, SMVD University Katra (J&K). He is carrying out his research in WiMAX and Security issues in the laboratory ECED Lab, SMVDU. Involved research topics include WiMAX performance analysis, LBRRA, power optimization and security analysis. He has done B.Tech in Electronics & Communication from Bhopal and M.Tech from NIT Jalandhar, INDIA. Received his PhD degree from NIT Surat in 2013. Published more than 50 International Conference and Journal papers. His area of interest is Wireless communication, Communication System and computer network, and Security issues (Opti System). One concept related to router of Wireless Communication has been accepted by ITU (International Telecommunication Union) in 2010. Received young scientist author award by ITU in Dec 2010 and APAN fellowship in 2011. Also received student travel grant from COMSNET 2012. Dr. Rakesh K Jha is a member of IEEE, GISFI and SIAM, International Association of Engineers (IAENG) and ACCS (Advance Computing and Communication Society).

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

By Jahnvi Tiwari Ashish Kumar Singh Ashish Yadav Rakesh Kumar Jha

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2015.08.01, 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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