Significance of Artificial Intelligence in the Production of Effective Output in Power Electronics

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Winit Anandpwar
Shweta Barhate
Suresh Limkar
Mohini Vyawahare
Samir N. Ajani
Pradnya Borkar


The power electronics (PE) industry is expected to play a significant role in the development of energy conservation and global industrialization trends of the 21st century. Due to the technological advancements that have occurred in the field, such as transportation and communication, the need for efficient and quality products is becoming more prevalent. The importance of power electronics is acknowledged in the automated industries that are constantly striving to improve their efficiency and effectiveness. Due to the increasing global energy consumption, the need for more energy-efficient technologies is also becoming more prevalent. Around 87% of our energy is derived from fossil fuels, while 6% is generated from nuclear power plants and 7% from renewable sources. Due to the increasing concerns about the environment and safety issues associated with nuclear plants and fossil fuels, the need for energy conservation is becoming more prevalent. This is also expected to be achieved through the development of power electronics. In the coming decades, the development of artificial intelligence (AI) tools, such as neural network, expert system, and fuzzy logic, is expected to bring a new era to the field of motion control and power electronics. Despite the technological advancements that have occurred in the field, these tools have not yet reached the power electronics sectors. In this paper, the AI tools and their applications in the field of power electronics and motion control are discussed.

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Anandpwar, W. ., S. . Barhate, S. . Limkar, M. . Vyawahare, S. N. . Ajani, and P. . Borkar. “Significance of Artificial Intelligence in the Production of Effective Output in Power Electronics”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 11, no. 3s, Mar. 2023, pp. 30-36,


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