Computationally Efficient Model for On-Board Simulation of Heavy Duty Diesel Engines (Mechanical/Electrical Project)

Simulating the translatory motion of a vehicle during a gear shift gives a good basis to evaluate performance and comfort of a Continue reading

Design and Implementation of the MMS Portal (Electronics/Computer Project)

MMS-enabled terminals on the market today are very complicated to use. It takes several steps to create a multi-slide MMS-message with images and text. This discourages users Continue reading

Two-wheeled Self-balancing Robot: Design and Control Based on the Concept of an Inverted Pendulum (Robotics/Mechanical Project)

In the last decade, the open source community has expanded to make it possible for people to build complex products at home. In this project a two-wheeled self-balancing robot has been designed. These types of robots can be based on Continue reading

Implementation of CAN Communication Stack in AUTOSAR (Electrical Project)

In the automotive industry today, embedded systems have reached a level of complexity which is not maintainable with the traditional approach of designing automotive embedded systems. For this purpose, many of Continue reading

AC Power Monitoring System (Electrical Project)


Motivated by high energy costs, people and organizations want to cut back on their energy consumption. However, the only feedback consumers typically receive is a monthly bill listing their total electricity usage (in kWh). Some companies have Continue reading

Dynamic Compensation of the Reactive Energy using a Fuzzy Controller

Solving the capacitor Allocation problem means in general the determination of the optimal location, allocation sizes and switching times for capacitors to be installed on a distribution feeder. The application of capacitors in electric power system is intended for the control of power flow, improvement of stability, voltage profile management, power factor correction, and loss minimisation. The installation of FACTS devices increases Continue reading