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Energy systems

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THIS IS OUR NCSC PROJECT. THIS POWER POINT CONSISTS OF ALL THE FOUR INVENTIONS OF US.
MAKERS ;-
AADITYA PRABHU G.R
SUBAVARSHNI R.G.
KUMUDINI RAO
T.VINAY
A.AVINASH

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Energy systems

  1. 1. ENERGY SYSTEMS
  2. 2. PTF  PROCESS “ The technology is not over complicated; plastics are shredded and then heated in an oxygen-free chamber (known as pyrolysis) to about 400 degrees celsius. As the plastics boil, gas is separated out. The fuel is then distilled and filtered. Because the entire process takes place inside a vacuum and the plastic is melted - not burned, minimal to no resultant toxins are released into the air, as all the gases and or sludge are reused to fuel.”
  3. 3. FUEL CONVERTOR      Materials needed:ply board oxygen exhauster Oven box with temperature adjuster. Screws, nuts, and bolts.      Procedure:Screw the oxygen exhauster with the ply board of the oven’s size Then screw the ply board in one side of the Owen. And plug the oxygen exhauster’s plug in a plug point and the same for the oven. It is ready. Test it. Keep plastics in the oven then switch on the oxygen exhauster, the oxygen would go out. Then keep 400°C. Keep it inside for one hour or half an hour (depending upon the types of plastics you are using). The name we kept for this process is PTF process. Which means Plastic to Fuel process. Then we kept fuel converter for the simple PTF process demonstrator.
  4. 4. SW BATTERY POWER       A battery that takes advantage of the difference in salinity between freshwater and seawater to produce electricity. Anywhere freshwater enters the sea, such as river mouths or estuaries, could be potential sites for a power plant using such a battery. The theoretical limiting factor, is the amount of freshwater available. "We actually have an infinite amount of ocean water; unfortunately we don't have an infinite amount of freshwater," As an indicator of the battery's potential for producing power, we calculated that if all the world's rivers were put to use, their batteries could supply about 2 terawatts of electricity annually – that's roughly 13 percent of the world's current energy consumption. The battery itself is simple, consisting of two electrodes – one positive, one negative – immersed in a liquid containing electrically charged particles, or ions. In water, the ions are sodium and chlorine, the components of ordinary table salt. Initially, the battery is filled with freshwater and a small electric current is applied to charge it up. The freshwater is then drained and replaced with seawater. Since the seawater is salty, it contains 60 to 100 times more ions than freshwater; it increases the electrical potential, or voltage, between the two electrodes. That makes it possible to reap more electricity than the amount used to charge the battery. We named this energy as “SW BATTERY POWER”. This means salt water battery power.
  5. 5. SR PANELS  if we have a rotator attached to the solar panel and set the timer one hour once to change its angle. The sun angle would be entered and it would rotate in the direction of sun resulting in more efficiency in electricity.
  6. 6. COW DUNG –SIMPLE ANAEROBIC DIGESTER             Materials required:Empty can/ barrel tubes and pipes size :NPS ⅛ to NPS 3½ collector can electricity Procedure:Take an empty can/barrel insert a NPS 1/8 pipe Then attach the NP 3 ½ pipe in one side of the barrel/empty can. In which you will insert your bio- waste. Then connect a pipe with current to a plug Then take a outlet from the passing pipe to a storage tank. A simple anaerobic digester is ready.
  7. 7. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING BY, G.R.AADITYA PRABHU R.G.SUBAVARSHNI KUMUDINI RAO T. VINAY A.AVINASH

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