EE 8th sem Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems Syllabus RGTU/RGPV EE-8401 Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems Syllabus

RGTU/RGPV EE-8401 Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems SYLLABUS
Electrical Engineering EE 8th Semester Syllabus


PROGRAMME: BE Electrical Engineering-VIII Semester
Course:  EE 8401 Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems

Unit - I Renewable Energy Systems
Energy Sources, Comparison of Conventional and non-conventional, renewable and non-renewablesources. Statistics of world resources and data on different sources globally and in Indian context.Significance of renewable sources and their exploitation. Energy planning, Energy efficiency and management.   

Unit – II Wind Energy System
Wind Energy, Wind Mills, Grid connected systems.  System configuration, working principles,limitations.  Effects of wind speed and grid conditions.  Grid independent systems - wind-battery, wind-diesel, wind-hydro biomass etc. wind operated pumps, controller for energy balance.Small HydroSystem Grid connected system, system configuration, working principles, limitations.  Effect of hydropotential and grid condition.  Synchronous versus Induction Generator for stand alone systems.  Use ofelectronic load controllers and self excited induction generators.Wave Energy System: Systemconfiguration: grid connected and hybrid systems. 

Unit - III  Solar Radiation
Extraterrestrial solar radiation, terrestrial solar radiation, Solar thermal conversion,  Solar Photo tonic
System Solar cell, Solar cell materials, efficiency, Characteristics of PV panels under varying insulation.  PVoperated lighting and water pumps, characteristics of motors and pumps connected to PV panels.
Biomass Energy System: System configuration, Biomass engine driven generators, feeding loads in stand-alone or hybrid modes, Biomass energy and their characteristics. 

Unit – IV  Energy from oceans
Ocean temperature difference, Principles of OTEC, plant operations, 
Geothermal Energy
Electric Energy from gaseous cells, Magneto-hydro generated energy, Non hazardous energy fromnuclear wastes, Possibilities of other modern non-conventional energy sources. 

Unit - V  Electric Energy Conservation
Energy efficient motors and other equipment.  Energy saving in Power Electronic controlled drives.Electricity saving  in  pumps, air-conditioning, power plants, process industries, illumination etc. Methods of Energy Audit. 
Measurements systems; efficiency measurements. energy regulation, typical case studies, various measuring devices analog and digital, use of thyristers.


EE 8401 Renewable & Non Conventional Energy Systems References:
  • John Twidell & Toney Weir, Renewable Energy Resources, E & F N Spon.   
  • El-Wakil, Power Plant Technology, McGraw Hill.   
  • Rai G D, Non-conventional Energy Resources, Khanna.    
  • F  Howard E. Jordan, "Energy-Efficient Electric Motor & their Application-II", Plenum Press, New York, USA.   
  • Anna Mani, "Wind Energy Resource Survey in India-Ill", Allied Publishers Ltd., New Delhi,    
  • S.P.  Sukhatme: Solar Energy, TMH-4e,    
  • Dr. A. Ramachandran, Prof B.V Sreekantan & M F.C. Kohli etc, "TERI Energy Data Directory & Year book 1994-95", Teri Tata Energy Research Institute, New Delhi, 

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