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Paper Title :
Vehicle Movement Analysis for Wind Power Extraction

Author :Debarshi Sarkar

Article Citation :Debarshi Sarkar , (2023 ) " Vehicle Movement Analysis for Wind Power Extraction " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 33-37, Volume-11,Issue-2

Abstract : In the last few decades, the research and applications of renewable energy have increases due to the fast depletion of our non-renewable energy resources. Among them, wind energy and solar energy are the two most extensive researched energy sources and hence, the research on wind turbines have been carried our quite frequently. One of the most recent and less studied technologies is extracting wind energy from the air pushed aside by fast moving vehicles. However in order to start researching on those turbines, it is important to research on the vehicles. How vehicles move and how they can be made to move in order to maximize the wind energy production is very important. Hence, in this paper we will be dealing with that fundamental issue of the above mentioned technology. In this paper we will be looking into three particular cases of vehicle movement, i.e. when a single car moves, when two cars move side-by-side in the same direction and when to vehicles approach each other from opposite direction in different lanes. We will study how these influence the air velocity field around, the optimum position to put a turbine and also give an estimation of time-gap required between two consecutive vehicles approaching the turbine. Keywords - Non-Renewable, Vehicle Movement, Air Velocity Field, Optimum Position, Time-Gap

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-11,Issue-2


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