Hybrid Energy Generation on National Highway 6,India

Authors

  • Parth Desai Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology
  • Mayankkumar Mahida Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology
  • Kevin Patel Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology
  • Atulsinh Chauhan Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology

Keywords:

Hybrid Energy, Wind turbine, vertical axis, small wind turbine, Solar Energy

Abstract

We know that there is enough wind globally to satisfy much, or even most, of humanity's energy
requirements – if it could be harvested effectively and on a large scale. In this research work Vertical axis wind turbines
(VAWT), are designed to be placed on the medians therefore fluid flow from both sides of the highway will be considered
in the design. Using all of the collected data, existing streetlights on the medians can be fitted with these wind turbines.
The design of the turbines consists of blades, collars, a shaft, gears and a generator. Additionally, since the wind source
will fluctuate, a storage system for the power generated was designed to distribute and maintain a constant source of
power. Solar energy begins with sun. Solar panels also known as photovoltaics are used to power electrical loads. Light
from the sun is renewable energy resources that provide clean energy, produced by solar panels. In this research work
we analyzed and design hybrid energy system for NH-6, near Bardoli, Surat, Guharat, India.

Published

2017-04-25

How to Cite

Parth Desai, Mayankkumar Mahida, Kevin Patel, & Atulsinh Chauhan. (2017). Hybrid Energy Generation on National Highway 6,India. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 4(4), 125–132. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/2470