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Vasant Nagar, Karnataka, India
Posted:
March 09, 2020

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RESUME

VEERAMALLA VENKAT PAVANKUMAR

Email: adb71a@r.postjobfree.com

Mobile No: +91-958*******

958*******

CAREER OBJECTIVE

To work in a competitive environment, which gives me immense satisfaction and to give excellent performance in whatever job assigned. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

EXAMINATION

PASSED

SCHOOL/ COLLEGE

BOARD/

UNIVERSITY

PERCENTAGE

BTECH BVCE ENGINEERING COLLEGE JNTUK 65%

Diploma SMVM POLYTECHNIC

COLLEGE, Tanuku

State Board of

Technical Education

& Training, AP

60%

10th Smt.annapurna

vidyanikethan,velivennu

SSC Board, AP 73%

TECHNICAL SKILLS:-

MS-office, hardware and networking, datarecovery,windows os installation,internet basics

STRENGTHS:-

Positive thinking

I believe in my self

Cross cultural sensitivity

D.no:553,7th main road mathikere

Mathikere

BANGALORE,

Karnataka

Pin: 560054.

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING:-

Location : As a Trainee in chokes industry,bhimavaram Duration : 6 Months

PERSONAL PROFILE

Name : VEERAMALLA VENKAT PAVANKUMAR

Father’s Name : govindaraju

Date of Birth : 30th May 1996

Languages Known : English and Telugu

Gender : Male

Hobbies : Reading books, Playing Cricket,learning new things. Religion : Hindu

Marital Status : Unmarried

Permanent address : D.no:2/53, chanukyapuri colony, roadno-2, rrpeta, eluru West Godavari Dist,

Andhra Pradesh, Pin: 534002.

PROJECT : Bidirectional Rotational Three-Phase Induction Motor The project is designed to drive an induction motor for the required application in forward and reverse directions using wireless technology. For example, an exhaust fan can be used in both the directions to get fresh air in and throw hot air out. This can be used in case of conventional exhaust a fan that rotates in one direction only. This proposed system demonstrates a technology to rotate a squril cage induction motor in both clockwise and counter clockwise direction. It also has the provision to control the direction of the motor using a TV remote. When a TV remote button is pressed, it sends an IR signal in RC5 code which is received by an IR receiver called TSOP-1738. The microcontroller receives the infrared signal from the IR remote, the code of which is identified by the receiver to operate a set of relays. The relays switch ON/OFF the appropriate relay to power a split phase induction motor to achieve desired direction by interchanging leading supply phase from the main winding to the auxiliary winding. Output from the TSOP is fed to a microcontroller of 8051 family which is interfaced to a relay driver IC. Thereafter, the relay switching is done by-stable mode for a split-phase induction motor to rotate in forward and reverse directions.CIRCUIT DIAGRAM EXPLANATION: The project uses a split phase, single phase induction motor of capacitor run type. The split phase motors have one of the coils that gets direct AC supply while the other gets the supply through one capacitor and the motor rotates in one particular direction. While the coils are interchanged, the motor starts rotating in the other direction. This phase reversal of power is achieved by a pair of relays namely relay 1 & relay 2. While the neutral of the supply is given directly to the common point of induction motor windings( main winding and auxiliary winding) the phase is supplied through either relay 1 (or) relay 2 to change the direct supply situation to main winding and auxiliary in series with capacitor. While relay 2 is off & Relay 1 is “ON” then the power to the first winding is given directly from the supply and the power to the second winding is fed from capacitor. While relay 2 ON and relay 1 is off the power to the main winding is fed through the capacitor and the auxiliary windings gets direct supply. Such alternative operation of the relay is achieved by the program from the MC output driving the relay through relay driver IC. One infrared sensor is used to receive the coded signals from a standard T.V Remote. The output of the IR sensor is connected to the MC. While button 1 is pressed from the T.V Remote the logical output from driver IC are such that only one relay is switched “ON” resulting the motor to run anti clockwise. While 3 is pressed from the remote the logic changes the other relay operates to make the motor run clockwise. The entire ckt is powered by an inbuilt power supply.CONCLUSION: The project “bidirectional rotation of an induction motor with a remote control device” has been successfully designed and tested. This project has been developed to rotate an induction motor for the required application in forward a well as in reverse directions using wireless technology, the complete operation of this project is based on 8051 microcontroller. This project gave us confidence and practical knowledge and makes us to learn about good things. This project is a low-cost, reliable, effective and more efficient system in practice.FUTURE SCOPE:

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