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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

AU B.TECH 3.2 EEE NCS MATERIAL AS PER SYLLABUS


EEE 3206 (a) : NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES

No. of Credits
: 4
No. of Periods/ Week
: 4
Internal Examination - Max. Marks
: 30
External Examination - Max. Marks
: 70
Total Marks
: 100


Energy Sources: Classification, Indian energy scenario, predicti n regarding fossil fuels, generation of non conventional and renewable energy resources, Description of renewable energy sources, Achievements of renewable energy in India, Use of renewable energy inagriculture in India.

Solar Energy: Environmental impact of solar power, pri ciples of solar radiation, solar constant, extraterrestrial and terrestrial solar radiation, solar rad ation on tilted surfaces, solar radiation data, instruments for measuring solar radiation, sun sh e.

Solar Energy Collectors: Principles of solar energy convers on, Flat plate and Concentrating type collectors, energy balance and collector e iciency, so ar thermal plants, thermal energy storage for solar heating and cooling, limitations and applications.

Photovoltaic Technology: Present status, solar c lls, cell technology, characteristics of PV systems, equivalent circuit, array de ign, Int grat d PV systems, components, sizing and economics, peak power operation, MPPT, Standalone and grid integrated systems.

Wind Energy: Wind power sources, wind characteristics, site selection, criterion, momentum theory, Components of wind energy y tem , performance and limitations, classification of wind energy collectors, aerodynamic forces acting on blades, applications and environmental impacts.

Nonconventional Energy: Detailed description of nonconventional energy sources of bio energy, chemical en rgy, MHD, geothermal energy, ocean energy systems, General features, Basic principles of op ration, lassification, applications and environmental impacts.

Renewable Energy G n ration in Power Systems: Distributed Generation, Renewable energy penetration, Point of common coupling (PCC), Connection voltage, Voltage Effects, Steady state voltage rise, Thermal Limits, Other Embedded Generation Issues, Islanding.

Text Books:

1.  Non Conventional Energy Sources by GD Rai, Khanna Publishers.
2.   Renewable Energy in Power Systems by Leon Freris and David Infield, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Reference Books:

1.   Advanced renewable energy systems; Part 1 by S. C. Bhatia, Woodhead Publishing India Pvt Ltd.
2.   Renewable Energy Sources and Methods by Anne Maczulak, Green technology info print publication.
3.  Internet resources