IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

  • D. Ganguly, “Development of a temperature sensor-cum anunciator for the prevention of mine fires”, Indian Journal of Engineers, October 1996.
  • S. Banerjee, D. Ganguly et al, “Early detection and monitoring of spontaneous heating in underground coal mines by using Extended Perceptron Sensor System”, Journal of IE(I), Part Min., June 1997, pp.48-52.
  • D. Ganguly, K. Ray, S. Mazumdar, J. Chattopadhyay, “Data communication network for a traction drive system”, Journal of IE(I), Vol. 81, December 2000, pp.117-124
  • D. Ganguly, S. Mazumdar et al, “ A multiple PWM inverter-fed variable speed multi-SCIM drive system for traction use”, Proc. Of the All India Seminar on Hi-tech in Traction Rolling Stock, Calcutta, November 1989, pp. S 1/28 - S 1/34.
  • D. Ganguly et al, “ Study of Reswitching of Induction Motors with an adjustable delay scheme”, Proc. Of the National Seminar on Electrical Power Equipment and Control of Machines, Ahmednagar, December 1993, pp.3.35-3.43.
  • D. Ganguly, P. Syam et al, “Study of controlled reswitching of AC motors”, Proc. Of the National Symposium on ESMAC, Osmania University, January 1994, pp. 1.47-1.49.
  • S. Banerjee, D. Ganguly et al, “Real-time distributed AI for lignite-based power plants”, National Symposium on Advances in Control and Instrumentation (SACI-94), Bombay, March 1994.
  • S. Banerjee, D. Ganguly et al, “Knowledge-based functionally cooperative MMI for process plants”, National Symposium on Advances in Control and Instrumentation (SACI-94), Bombay, March 1994.
  • S. Banerjee & D. Ganguly, “Some studies on productive measures and monitoring systems for spontaneous heating of coal”, Seminar on Prevention and Control of Mine & Industrial Fire – Trends and Challenges, Calcutta, 21-22 Dec. 1996.
  • D. Ganguly, S. Banerjee, “Design and Implementation of Electronic Surveillance System for Detection of Spontaneous Heating in Coal Mines”, BECA-US Canada Bulletin, 1997, pp.22-29.
  • D. Ganguly, “Effect of motor and inverter parameters on the torque ripple of a Brushless DC motor”, Proc. Of the International Power Engineering Conference (IPEC), Singapore, 1997, pp.692-697.
  • D. Ganguly, S. Banerjee et al, “ Development of Temporal Logic for high-speed cutting machines”, National Symposium on Instrumentation (NSI-23), Bangalore, 1998.
  • D. Ganguly, D. Dasgupta , A.K.Chattopadhyay, “State Variable Analysis and Simulation of an Observer-based Sensorless Brushless DC motor”, Proc. of the 5th International Congress on Rotating Machines (ELROMA’99), Mumbai, 1999, pp. IV15 – IV20.
  • D. Ganguly, D. Dasgupta , A.K.Chattopadhyay, “Parameter Sensitivity of the performance of a Brushless DC motor – an optimization approach”, Proc. Of the International Conference on Energy, Automation and Information Technology (EAIT), I.I.T. Kharagpur. December 2001, pp. 171-175.
  • D. Ganguly, D. Dasgupta , A.K.Chattopadhyay, “Parameter Sensitivity Study on a Brushless DC motor using Genetic Algorithm - an optimization approach”, Proc. of the 5th International Conference on Power System Technology (POWERCON), Singapore, November 2004, Paper no. MC 2.4.
  • D. Ganguly, V. Sarkar, J. Pal, “A new Genetic approach for solving the Unit Commitment problem”, Proc. of the 5th International Conference on Power System Technology (POWERCON), Singapore, November 2004, Paper no. WA 2.2.
  • S.K. Nanda, D. Ganguly, M. Sengupta, “ Weight optimized design, performance comparison and finite element analysis of a Brushless DC motor using two different materials”, Proceedings of the 2nd National Power Electronics Conference (NPEC 2005), Dec. 22-24, 2005, IIT Kharagpur, pp. 405-408


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Department of Electrical Engineering , BESU, Shibpur - 7111 03, INDIA