MODELLING OF HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY CONSERVATION AND POLLUTION CONTROLS. Arulanantha Samy, S. Venkatesh, S.Vasanth and P. Satyanathan
In this review paper, an innovative energy conservation system is demonstrated based on the application of gravitational energy and few selected renewable energy systems. The construction and working principle of a hybrid power plant model is discussed with its merits and demerits. In the proposed power plant, the sizing of the turbine and water pressure level may be determined based on the location of the plant. The significant feature of this design is to use the municipal solid waste, rain water, waste water from industries, solar energy, gravitational energy and the hydropower systems as the combined resources for controlling the power plant. The environmental wastages such as landfills, waste water and household bio-wastages can be used as thermal sources to boil the source water. This model power plant has the ability of treating the waste water and landfills simultaneously by producing the electrical energy from the above mentioned systems associated with the power plant operation.
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