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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
Since 1845, NUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Find out what makes our University so special – from our distinguished history to the latest news and campus developments.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges & Schools
NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching across a rang of key areas of expertise.
Business & Industry
Guiding Breakthrough Research at NUI Galway
We explore and facilitate commercial opportunities for the research community at NUI Galway, as well as facilitating industry partnership.
- Alumni, Friends & Supporters
At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
Electrical & Electronic Projects
Electrical & Electronic Engineering incorporates the design and development of devices, circuits and systems that are used in a wide range of high-tech products.
Applications: Smart-phones, anti-lock braking systems (ABS), photovoltaic (PV) systems & cardiac pacemakers.
GENERATING ELECTRICITY FROMCAR TRAFFIC
Course: Electrical and Electronic EngineeringGenerating Electricity From Car Traffic Using Piezo Electric Sensors In The RoadPower is generated by harnessing the energy of passing traffic. Sensors will be integrated into the road so that when a vehicle travels over them the weight of the vehicle applies pressure to the sensors and so generates a voltage.
CREATING A GREEN LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY FOR THE HOME
Course: Electrical and Electronic EngineeringCreating a Low Voltage Domestic Grid Using Solar PanelsMost homes receive a 220V AC supply from the ESB, but many domestic devices (phones, tvs, LED lighting, laptops) only require a 12V DC power supply. The AC supply needs to be converted to DC which results in energy loss. Rob is trying to create a low voltage DC supply for the home using solar panels.
USING WASTER WATER TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY
Course: Electrical and Electronic EngineeringGenerating Electricty From Waste Water By Using Microbial Fuel Cells (MFC)The MFC uses bacteria to generate electricity in waste water. A chemical reaction causes protons and electrons to be released. These electrons flow through a circuit to create a small electrical current. This low power levels are then converted into a useful form.
OTHER EEE PROJECTS
Design of Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) circuit (2005 EE Project)
The aim of this project is to design, build and test a voltage regulator module circuit (VRM) that can be used to compare the performance of different magnetic component designs. The VRM will be used to convert the input voltage (typically 12V) to a lower level which will supply a microprocessor load e.g. the Intel Pentium.
State Space Control of a Magnetic Suspension System (2005 EE Project)
Magnetic levitation of a metallic sphere provides a visual demonstration, which motivates and inspires students to investigate and understand the fundamental principles of electrical engineering such as magnetic design, amplifier design, sensor and modern control theory. This projects deals with the state space control of a magnetic suspension system. The different approaches are the linear and the PWM methods. The modern control theory of state space control is applied to both of these systems.
Frequency-Domain Adaptive Filtering (2005 EE Project)
The objective of this project is to investigate the design and implementation of adaptive filter algorithms, with emphasis on their use in "system identification" problems.