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We focus the geodynamic status of Eastern Himalayan Syntaxis with reference to Tibetan Plateau,Chinaand Burmese Arc using the crustal deformation constraints with GPS observation. We have used the GPS data, surface geomorphic constraints and compared the existing Pn velocity and Anisotropy , determined the crustal velocity of Tibetan Block and North andEast Chinablock as 2 - 8 mm/yr and 6 - 11 mm/yr considering the EHS as stable block. The lack of crustal deformation studies in EHS poses a gap in its geodynamic setup. The present attempt is first time in EHS to estimate crustal deformation by GPS. We presented GPS results from 10 stations along with one permanent station covering the EHS 2 - 3 mm/yr with an azimuth of N460. It reveals that the EHS is moving very slow rates, which accommodates the maximum strain (after Great Earthquake of8.7 M, Arunachal China Border 1950). The neotectonic activities are recorded along the major rivers traversing EHS follow the major thrusts and faults.
presents the design of a non-linear controller to prevent an electric power
system losing synchronism after a large sudden fault and to achieve good post
fault voltage level. By Direct
Feedback Linearization (DFL) technique robust non-linear excitation controller
is designed which will achieve stability enhancement and voltage regulation of power system. By utilizing
this technique, there is a possibility
of selecting various control loops for a particular application problem. This
method plays an important role in
control system and power system engineering problem where all relevant
variables cannot be directly measured. Simulated results carried out on a
single machine infinite bus power system model which shows the enhancement of
transient stability regardless of the fault and changes in network parameters.