Design and Fabrication of Vortex Bladeless Wind Turbine

11 Pages Posted: 18 Jun 2020

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Satish Raghuwanshi

Institute of Engineering and Science

Chandrashekhar singh Mourya

IPS ACADEMY INDORE

AYUSH PANDEY

IPS ACADEMY INDORE

akriti shrivastava

IPS ACADEMY INDORE

amol sonanis

IPS ACADEMY INDORE

mayank banwariya

IPS ACADEMY INDORE

Date Written: May 24, 2020

Abstract

In present situation, India is one of the top growing economies. The various sectors contributing to this,need electricity for its functioning. Non-renewable resources being depleted day by day, importance is given to develop power from renewable sources of energy like wind, solar, hydro energy etc. In the year 2017-2018 the total utility power generated in India is 1,303,493 GWh and captive power generated is 183,000 GWh making a total of 1,486,493 GWh. Out of 1,303,493 GWh, 52,666 GWh(4% utility power) is generated using wind power.

The aim of this project is to utilize wind power to its maximum potential to generate electricity. The region of high speed wind is limited and the area required for installation of conventional windmill is high due to the wake effect. Research is done to find new innovative methods that can operate under optimum wind conditions, under less area by minimizing wake effect and provide an efficient output.

One such technology is Bladeless turbine that provides a quiet, safe, simple and efficient alternative to the conventional bladed turbines. Bladeless turbine is not actually a turbine, since it does not rotate. This new approach captures wind energy based on the phenomenon of aeroelastic resonance. Harnessing energy from the vortexes, a process called vortex shedding or Vortex Street. This causes the device to oscillate with little movement which is perfect to be placed anywhere without lubricants and without disturbing wildlife. Aeroelastic resonance phenomenon is usually considered as a problem but this has been used as basic technology for power major advantage of this turbine is that it has less moving parts, thereby reducing losses to a minimum. This is a new age turbine with improved performance that is economic, ecofriendly and less complex generation. Bladeless turbines are also the only ones with almost no harmful effects on the environment. Another with wear prone transmission being eliminated.

Keywords: Bladeless windmills, deflection, renewable energy source, vortex shedding effect, vortex-induced vibration, cfd, ansys,piezoelectric

JEL Classification: N, Q, E

Suggested Citation

Raghuwanshi, Satish and Mourya, Chandrashekhar singh and PANDEY, AYUSH and shrivastava, akriti and sonanis, amol and banwariya, mayank, Design and Fabrication of Vortex Bladeless Wind Turbine (May 24, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3609291 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3609291

Satish Raghuwanshi

Institute of Engineering and Science ( email )

Institute of Engineering & Science,IPS Academy Kno
Indore, 452012
India

Chandrashekhar singh Mourya (Contact Author)

IPS ACADEMY INDORE ( email )

Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452012
India

HOME PAGE: http://https://ies.ipsacademy.org/

AYUSH PANDEY

IPS ACADEMY INDORE ( email )

Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452012
India
7869553334 (Phone)
452001 (Fax)

HOME PAGE: http://https://ies.ipsacademy.org/

Akriti Shrivastava

IPS ACADEMY INDORE ( email )

Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452012
India
9479936862 (Phone)
452001 (Fax)

HOME PAGE: http://https://ies.ipsacademy.org/

Amol Sonanis

IPS ACADEMY INDORE ( email )

Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452012
India
9993941307 (Phone)
452001 (Fax)

HOME PAGE: http://https://ies.ipsacademy.org/

Mayank Banwariya

IPS ACADEMY INDORE ( email )

Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452012
India
7610950209 (Phone)
452001 (Fax)

HOME PAGE: http://https://ies.ipsacademy.org/

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