Ms.S. Krishnaveni

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Ms.S. Krishnaveni B.E.,M.Tech.,(Ph.D)


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Ms. S. Krishnaveni, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has 14 years of teaching experience. She obtained her B.E in EEE from Amritha Institute of Technology, Coimbatore under Bharathiyar University. She obtained her M.Tech in Power system and Power Electronics from IITM, Chennai.Currently she is pursuing Ph.D in the field of pulsed power technology as Part Time in Anna University. Her area of interest includes power electronics and High voltage engineering.She is an active member in IEEE and life member in ISTE.

Journal Publications:

  1. Krishnaveni S, Subhashini R, Rajini V., “ Inactivation of bacteria suspended in water by using high frequency unipolar pulse voltage”. J Food Process Eng. 2017;00:e12574. Thomson Reuter Indexed.
  2. R.Kavitha, V.Rajini, S.Krishnaveni, “Analysis of Front-End High Gain DC-DC Converters for Pulsed Electric Field Application”, SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (SSRG-IJEEE) – volume 4 Issue 3 – March 2017, pp:14-19. ISSN: 2348-8379.
  3. S.Krishnaveni, Dr.V.Rajini, RajesRengarajan, “Development of PEF Source in Nanosecond Range for Food Sterilization”, Journal of Electrical System, vol 11(4), 2015, pp; 407-419, ISSN; 11125209 (Annexure II), SJR factor 0.17.
  4. Ms.S.krishnaveni, Dr. V. Rajini,  “Implementation of an Economical and Compact Single MOSFET High Voltage Pulse Generator’, in Indian Journal of Science and Technology, vol 8(17),ISSN (Print): 0974-6846,ISSN (Online): 0974-5645,August 2015.(listed in annexure II),SJR 1.3.DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i17/62205.Thomson Reuter Indexed.
  5. Ms.S.Krishnaveni , M.Rasu (Final year, UG), “Analysis of Four Switch Positive Buck Boost Converter for portable Battery Applications”, in International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10(20),2015,pp:16571-76, ISSN: 0973-4562.(Listed in Annexure II)
  6. S.Krishnaveni , V.Rajini ,  “High voltage Dc pulsed power supply based on high gain cock-croft walton voltage multiplier converter” International journal of Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences”8(20), Special Issue 2014, 100-106, ISSN: 1995-0772( Annexure 2) SJR impact factor 0.12
  7. S. Krishnaveni , V.Rajini, “ Design and simulation of high voltage nano second pulse generator”, Journal of emerging Technologies  in Electrical Engg, special issue ICBDM 2013, ISSN No:0973-2993.

 Conference Publications:

  1. Kavitha, Rajini Prof/EEE, Krishnaveni AP/EEE, “High step up interleaved converter wit built in transformer voltage multiplier cells for pulsed electric field generator” in  International Conference on SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY,ICSEE’17 6th -7th, April 2017.
  2. Ms.S.Krishnaveni, Dr. V.Rajini, “Resonant gate driver for series operation of power MOSFETS”, in International conference on Power Engineering Computing and CONtrol(PECCON 2017) organized by School of Electrical Engineering, VIT Chennai during 2- 4th March 2017.
  3. Ms.S.Krishnaveni, M.Rasu (Final year, UG), “Analysis of Four Switch Positive Buck Boost Converter for portable Battery Applications”, in the International conference on Innovation in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems(ICIIECS-2015) at Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore during   March, 19-20, 2015.
  4. S.Krishnaveni, Dr.V.Rajini, “Resonant Gate Driver and Diode Coupled Series MOSFET Based High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Generator for Liquid Food Pasteurization”, is presented on International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies-ICSET-2014 at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore during   December 11-13, 2014.
  5. S.Krishnaveni, Dr.V.Rajini, “High voltage DC Pulsed power supply based on high gain Cockcroft Walton Voltage Multiplier converter”, is presented on International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Communication-E2IC2-2014 at Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore during   December 12-13, 2014.
  6. S.Krishnaveni, Dr.V.Rajini, “High Voltage Pulse Generator Using Single CoolMOSTM Device”, is presented on International Conference on Advances in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering,(ICAMME-2014) at Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore during   December 26-27, 2014.
  7. S.Krishnaveni, Dr.V.Rajini, “Design and Simulation Analysis of high voltage Nanosecond pulse generator” was presented in the International conference on   Global Challenges and Strategies in Engineering Management and Disaster Management conducted by Noorul Islam University, Kumarakoil on March 21st and 22nd, 2013.
  8. S.Krishnaveni, “Comparative study of Permanent Magnet Alternator for    different configurations and optimization” National Power Engineering Conference-       NEPC2007 at TCE held during 21st and 22nd June 2007.