This EEE Project Report On Solar Tracking System has attempted to provide an automated solar tracking system that will increase the efficiency of the solar system. In the present system, solar panels used are stationary which gives less output and hence decrease the efficiency. But by making use of tracker solar panels we can increase efficiency of solar system. The operator interference is minimal since the system is automated this increases efficiency of the stationary solar system. The GSM facility provided by the system helps the user to monitor the system from anywhere in the world.
A mechanical system for solar tracking was designed and constructed. The idea, which lays behind this system, is based on the determination of the position of sun during its apparent movement relative to the equatorial system of coordinates. This system allows to determining the position of the sun, in relation to any given point at the surface of the planet, using a solar hour angle, the angle of solar declination and the latitude angle of the mentioned point. Two independent methods were used in order to evaluate the performance of the proposed tracking system. The first one is based on measuring the shadow of a pole vertically mounted on plate surface of the tracking unit while the second method is based on the measuring the output current of a standard solar cell mounted on a tracking unit. Experiment has demonstrated the accuracy of the tracking system.
EEE Project Report On Solar Tracking System Conclusion:
This project has attempted to provide an automated solar tracking system that will increase the efficiency of the solar system. While there are higher costs involved in, we have tried the system cost. Add various enhancements to make the system more efficient so that it works throughout the year. The solar modules are system compared to the currently used system has many advantages.
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