ri Gene tion Non- onventi n I :
Big- Ms ngrrgr:
Biomass is biolggical material derived from living, or recentty living organisms. It
most often refers to plants or plant-based materials.
As an energy source, biomass can either be used directly via combust
What is a boiler? What are parts of a boiler?
Boiler is widely used in power plant industries, sugar industries, textile industries
and other process work. Boiler is first invented and used in 18th century by
England. A boiler, which is also known as stea
Combined cycle gas turbine
The Combined Cycle Power Plant or combined cycle gas turbine, a gas turbine
generator generates electricity and waste heat is used to make steam to
generate additional electricity via a steam turbine.
More recently, as simple cy
Ash Handling
Systems
CONTENTS
ASH DISPOSAL
ASH HANDLING EQUIPMENT
ASH HANDLING SYSTEMS
ASH DISCHARGE EQUIPMENTS
SITE SELECTION
ASH HANDLING
A huge quantity of ash is produced.
Sometimes being as much as 10 to 20% of the
total quantity of coal burnt
7/22/2017
Welcome ASWINI L !
Result for April / May Examination,2017
Register Number :
Name :
Branch :
Semester
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
110315105005
ASWINI L
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Subject Code
CS6456
CS6461
EE6401
EE6402
EE6403
EE640
7/22/2017
Welcome ABHIYA R !
Result for April / May Examination,2017
Register Number :
Name :
Branch :
Semester
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
03
03
03
03
02
02
01
01
110315105001
ABHIYA R
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Subject Code
CS6456
CS6461
EE
7/22/2017
Welcome KANNIYAPPAN S !
Result for April / May Examination,2017
Register Number :
Name :
Branch :
Semester
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
03
03
03
03
02
02
01
110315105012
KANNIYAPPAN S
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Subject Code
CS6456
CS
7/22/2017
Welcome KUMAR G K !
Result for April / May Examination,2017
Register Number :
Name :
Branch :
Semester
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
03
03
03
03
03
02
02
01
01
110315105015
KUMAR G K
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Subject Code
CS6456
CS64
7/22/2017
Welcome AJITH KUMAR S !
Result for April / May Examination,2017
Register Number :
Name :
Branch :
Semester
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
03
03
03
03
02
02
02
02
01
01
01
01
110315105002
AJITH KUMAR S
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Subject
EE6002
POWER SYSTEM TRANSIENTS
LT P C
3003
OBJECTIVE :
To study the generation of switching transients and their control using circuit theoretical
concept.
To study the mechanism of lighting strokes and the production of lighting
surges.
To study the pro
GLOBAL
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
(APPROVED BY AICTE & AFFILIATED TO ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI)
Bangalore - Chennai Highway, Opp. to Apollo K.H.Hospital, Melvisharam,
Vellore - 632509
Department Of Mechanical Engineering
GE6261- COMPUTER AIDED
(1 Point charges 5 ac and -2 oil are located at (2,0,4) and cfw_-3.,5, respectively.
(a) Determine the force on a l m: point charge located at (l .-3,'.-').
cfw_[1] Find E at (1.43). cfw_distance in m)
[2) Given a vector eld F = iy+jx, evaluate the integr
The MATLAB functions produce:
Load the image aivazovsky78 in the MATLAB tool.The image is saved in tif
(aivazovsky78.tif) .
After the load the image, run the corresponding MATLAB code.
Displays the original and resize images.
Type the MATLAB code to draw
Write the MATLAB code for the rectangular integration method.
fun = @(x)sin(x).^3;
q = integral(fun,0,pi);
q
MATLAB output for the given function.
q =
1.3333
Write the MATLAB code for the Simpsons integration method.
Here, quad implements a low order meth
PS8076 SOLAR AND ENERGY
STORAGE SYSTEM
By
Dr. P. SOMASUNDARAM
Associate Professor /
EEE
CEG, Anna University.
Why Solar Energy?
Solar energy is the most readily available
source of energy.
It is free.
It is also the most important of the nonconventiona
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, 2013, 4, 167-180
http:/dx.doi.org/10.4236/sgre.2013.42021 Published Online May 2013 (http:/www.scirp.org/journal/sgre)
167
Significance of Storage on Solar Photovoltaic System
A Residential Load Case Study in Australia
Moh
Unit - 2
STAND ALONE PV SYSTEM
stand-alone PV power system
A stand-alone power system (SAPS or
SPS), also known as remote area power
supply (RAPS), is an off-the-grid electricity
system for locations that are not fitted with
an electricity distribution s
World Focus 1412 CC: Reg No: 2007 / 000484 / 23.
B1 Stellenhof, Voortrekker Rd.
Somerset West.
7130.
Ph: 021 851 7713.
Fax: 086 502 2249.
E-mail: [email protected]
The following is a short description on the various types of panels available
and some
PS8076 SOLAR AND ENERGY
STORAGE SYSTEM
By
Dr. P. SOMASUNDARAM
Associate Professor /
EEE
CEG, Anna University.
THE BEHAVIOUR
OF SOLAR CELLS
EFFECT OF LIGHT
A silicon solar cell is a diode formed by
joining p-type (typically boron doped) and
n-type (typic
PS8076 SOLAR AND ENERGY
STORAGE SYSTEM
By
Dr. P. SOMASUNDARAM
Associate Professor /
EEE
CEG, Anna University.
SOLAR CELL PROPERTIES
AND DESIGN
Single-crystal silicon solar cells - 24%
Commercially mass-produced cells -13-14%
Theoretical limit -30%
Sta
PS8076 SOLAR AND
ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM
Why Solar Energy?
Solar energy is the most readily available
source of energy.
It is free.
It is also the most important of the nonconventional sources of energy because it is
non-polluting.
Facts about solar ener
PS8076 SOLAR AND ENERGY
STORAGE SYSTEM
By
Dr. P. SOMASUNDARAM
Associate Professor /
EEE
CEG, Anna University.
SOLAR CELL PROPERTIES
AND DESIGN
Single-crystal silicon solar cells - 24%
Commercially mass-produced cells -13-14%
Theoretical limit -30%
Sta
Write the MATLAB code for myTightenImage function.
function [ A ] = myTightenImage( A )
B = any(A,2);
for i=1:length(B)-1
if(B(i)=0)
A(i,:)=[];
end
end
end
MATLAB output for the given function.
> myTightenImage([0 0 0 0 0; 1 2 3 4 5; 6 7 8 9 9; 2 4 6 8
4]
Consider the object moving in air and write the air drag force equation.
1
f d C V 2 A
2
Here,
is the density of air
C is the drag coefficient
V is the terminal velocity
A is the area of the air drag
is the air drag force
fd
In this case, an object fallin
Consider the nodal analysis in Figure 1.
From Figure 1, write the node equation for node 1.
. (1)
Vo Vi Vo
0
R Z L ZC
Rearrange the equation (1) and find the value of
Vo
Vi
.
Vo
V
Vi
o
R Z L ZC R Z L
1
1
Vo
R Z L ZC
Vi
R ZL
1
Vi
1
Vo
R Z L ZC R
Consider the given functional block diagram.
Consider the equation for the change in delta.
f
P1
R1
P2
f
R2
P3
f
R3
Write the equation for percentage of droop.
No load frequency Full load frequency 100%
% Droop
Full load frequency
% Droop
f n fl
10
Draw the four output power circuit and it is shown in Figure 1.
In Figure 1, the IC representation is mentioned below.
LM7815output : 15 V
LM7808output : 8 V
LM7905output : 5 V
LM7912 output : 12 V
Write the equation and find the current for 8 V and
10
.
Write the formula for the total radiant emission per area in the energy range.
. (1)
c
I E dE u E dE
4
Write the formula for the energy density per spectral range dE.
. (2)
3
1
E dE
u E dE E kBT
1 2 hc 3
e
Here,
is the Planks constant which is known as