This paper is published in Volume-5, Issue-2, 2019
Area
Automobile Engineering
Author
Swapneel D. Rawool, Shreyash S. Koyande., Sagar S. Vaidya, Shailendra S. Surve, Shubham S. Prasade
Org/Univ
Independent Researcher, India
Pub. Date
19 April, 2019
Paper ID
V5I2-1897
Publisher
Keywords
Wind Turbine, Anemometer, Lenz

Citationsacebook

IEEE
Swapneel D. Rawool, Shreyash S. Koyande., Sagar S. Vaidya, Shailendra S. Surve, Shubham S. Prasade. Design, development and fabrication of water pumping system using wind energy., International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, www.IJARIIT.com.

APA
Swapneel D. Rawool, Shreyash S. Koyande., Sagar S. Vaidya, Shailendra S. Surve, Shubham S. Prasade (2019). Design, development and fabrication of water pumping system using wind energy.. International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 5(2) www.IJARIIT.com.

MLA
Swapneel D. Rawool, Shreyash S. Koyande., Sagar S. Vaidya, Shailendra S. Surve, Shubham S. Prasade. "Design, development and fabrication of water pumping system using wind energy.." International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology 5.2 (2019). www.IJARIIT.com.

Abstract

The project consists of designing, & testing the performance of a Lenz vertical axis wind turbine. Due to the increasing environmental & economic cost of fossil fuels, alternative sources of energy are needed. One such source is wind energy. Much of the current wind turbine research focuses on large scale wind turbine. An alternative approach is a small scale wind turbine design specifically to produce power at low wind speed Water is the primary source of life for mankind and one of the most basic necessities for rural development. The rural demand for water for crop irrigation and domestic water supplies is increasing. At the same time, rainfall is decreasing in many arid countries, so surface water is becoming scarce. Groundwater seems to be the only alternative to this dilemma, but the groundwater table is also decreasing, which makes traditional hand pumping and bucketing difficult. As these trends continue, mechanized water pumping will become the only reliable alternative for lifting water from the ground. Diesel, gasoline, and kerosene pumps (including windmills) have traditionally been used to pump water. However, reliable solar (photovoltaic [PV]) and wind turbine pumps are now emerging on the market and are rapidly becoming more attractive than the traditional power sources. These technologies, powered by renewable energy sources (solar and wind), are especially useful in remote locations where steady fuel supply is problematic and skilled maintenance personnel are scarce.
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