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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF AN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM CONSISTING OF SOLAR PV ENERGY, WIND POWER, AND HYDROGEN FUEL CELL www.powerpointpresentationon.blogspot.com
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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION SOLAR PV ENERGY WIND TURBINE HYBRID POWER SYSTEM HYDROGEN FUEL CELL CONCLUSION
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The power system in this study consists of a solar photovoltaic (PV) array; wind turbine and proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell (FC). These components have very different characteristics. But when they are engineered properly, they can work together to generate power in a sustainable and reliable way solar and wind together can supply,to some extend, relatively constant power. INTRODUCTION
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The electrical energy produced by the solar array & wind turbine is divided into two parts . Hybrid system of power generation
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SOLAR PV ENERGY
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Solar PV Cell Definition V-I Characteristics
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Solar Cell Construction Thickness of p- type semiconductor is kept low. Consist of the metallic contact and glass on the surface.
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Solar cell – Working Principle
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Solar As Energy Source solar energy available in ample quantity in the world On an average India receives 6 kW/m^2 to 7 kW/m^2 of solar radiant energy for about 300 days in a year . To meet the load requirement of a domestic building.
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DESIGN ANALYSIS To reduce the demand of electrical energy the energy conservation techniques have been used.
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