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RT41021 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SYSTEMS

RT41021 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SYSTEMS

Published by uLektz

Course Code:RT41021

Author:uLektz

University: JNTU Kakinada

Regulation:2013

Categories:Electrical & Electronics

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Description :RT41021 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SYSTEMS of RT41021 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by JNTU Kakinada for regulation 2013. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT-I FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY SYSTEMS

1.1 Energy conservation principle-Energy scenario (world and India)

1.2 Solar radiation:Outside earth’s atmosphere-Earth surface-Analysis of solar radiation data

1.3 Geometry -Radiation on tilted surfaces-Numerical problems.

UNIT–II SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEMS

2.1 Liquid flat plate collections-Performance analysis

2.2 Transmissivity – Absorptivity product collector efficiency factor-Collector heat removal factor – Numerical problems.

2.3 Introduction To Solar Air Heaters

2.4 Concentrating Collectors And Solar Pond.-Solar Pond

UNIT–III SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS

3.1 Balance of systems – IV characteristics

3.2 System design: storage sizing – PV system sizing

3.3 Maximum power point techniques:-Perturb and observe (P&O) technique – Hill climbing technique.

UNIT–IV WIND ENERGY

4.1 Wind patterns-Types of turbines

4.2 Kinetic energy of wind – Betz coefficient – Tip–speed ratio-Efficiency – Power output of wind turbine

4.3 Selection of generator(synchronous, induction)-Maximum power point tracking.

UNIT–V HYDRO AND TIDAL POWER SYSTEMS

5.1 Basic working principle-Classification of hydro systems:Large, small, micro-Measurement Of Head And Flow-Energy equation.

5.2 Types of turbines-Numerical problems

5.3 Tidal power -Basics-Kinetic energy equation-Problems

UNIT–VI BIOMASS, FUEL CELLS AND GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS

6.1 Biomass Energy:Fuel classification

6.2 Pyrolysis – Direct combustion of heat – Different digesters and sizing.

6.3 Fuel cell:Classification – Efficiency – VI characteristics

6.4 Geothermal:Classification – Dry rock and acquifer – Energy analysis

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