The main objective of this A Hybrid Wind-Solar Energy System EEE Btech Project Abstract is to present a front-end rectifier stage with a new system configuration for a hybrid wind/photovoltaic energy system and this configuration allows the two sources to supply the load separately depending on the available energy sources.
The inherent nature of Cuk-SEPIC converter and input filters are not needed to filter out high frequency harmonics. Harmonic content is used for the generator lifespan, heating issues, and efficiency.
The fused multi-input rectifier stage allows Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) which is used to have maximum power from available the wind and sun. An adaptive MPPT algorithm is utilized for the wind system and a standard perturb and for the PV system.
This PowerPoint also presents a block diagram of solar energy system. The advantage of this system is low operating cost, easy to charge, and high power quality.
The application includes Distributed Generation Applications, Constant Speed and Variable Speed Wind Energy Conversion Systems, and Photovoltaic Energy System.
The instructional technique for electrical power systems, a hybrid wind-turbine, and solar cell system are implemented which is designed and implemented with the goals such as to be completely different from traditional electricity labs, to be fresh and interesting, to be related to industrial power of real world issues like power quality, to show a complex system that is closer to the real world than the simple systems in educational labs, and to motivate learning by providing elements as environmental and economic concerns of the students.
The hybrid power system is too expensive and labor intensive for Industrial Technology Departments therefore many benefits are gleaned such as PV panel, batteries, and an inverter, PV panel and a DC motor. The use of solar and wind hybrid power generation is vivid and relevant selection of Industrial Technology students. It is applied in wind power, solar power, geothermal power, hydroelectric power, etc.
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