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Address : Electrical Engineering Department, 3rd Floor (RW), Action Area IIA/27, New Town, Kolkata 700160
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Joined : August, 2013
PhD in Engineering from Jadavpur University in 2021.
EENUGPC02: Electromagnetic Fields
EENUGPC09: Power System I
EENPGPE01: Optimization Technique
EENUGPC05: Electrical & Electronic Measurement
EENUGPC14: Power System II
1. Power System Relaying
3. Hard Computing Applications in Power System
1. Served head examiner in Electrical Engineering Department of UIT, BU in 2013
2. Served Head (off) of Electrical Engineering Department of Aliah University during August 2015-17.
1. B Chatterjee, S Debnath, “Cross-correlation based single-phase fault location scheme for transmission lines using one-end voltage,” Proc. of MFIIS-2020 (IET), pp. 149-154, 2020.
2. B. Chatterjee, S. Sarkar, "A Discrete Fourier Transform Based Fault Identification Scheme for IEEE 9-Bus System", Proc. of ICSTCEE-2021 (IEEE), 2021
3. M. S. H. Siddique, B. Chatterjee, "A fault discrimination scheme for transmission system using positive sequence complex power", Proc. of STPGE-2022 (Springer), 2022
1. B Chatterjee, S Debnath, “Fuzzy based relaying scheme for transmission line based on unsynchronized voltage measurement,” IETE Journal of Research, htts://doi.org/10.1080/
2. B Chatterjee,S Debnath, “Cross-correlation aided fuzzy based relaying scheme for fault classification in transmission lines,” Engineering Science & Technology, an International Journal, vol. 23, pp. 534-543, 2020.
3. B Chatterjee, S Debnath, “Sequence component based approach for fault discrimination and fault location estimation in UPFC compensated transmission line,” Electric Power Systems Research, vol. 180, 106155, 2020.
4. B Chatterjee, S Debnath, “A new protection scheme for transmission lines utilizing positive sequence fault components,” Electric Power Systems Research, vol. 190, 106847, 2021.
5. M. Paul, S. Debnath, B. Chatterjee, "Fault detection and classification scheme for smart grids considering high impedance evolving and cross-country faults" Electrical Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1007/
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1. Worked as a reviewer of International Journal of Modelling & Simulation, Taylro & Francis.
2. Worked as a reviewer of International Energy Journal