A Comparative Overview on the Horizontal Axis and the Vertical Axis wind Turbines
Wind energy is a renewable and non conventional source of power generation. It is a clean source of energy with a minimum to zero pollution and thus prevents the environment from deteriorating. The wind energy generation is a giant step towards sustainable development and its usage increases day by day due to lack of fossil fuels. Since India is among the fastest growing country in terms of wind energy generation, it is planning for the installation of 175 GW power capacity by financial year 2022. Wind vitality is produced through wind turbines, wind turbines are likewise called as wind vitality convertors and they convert the dynamic vitality of wind into the mechanical vitality that can be utilized for crushing grains, siphoning water, and so forth or this active vitality can be changed over into electrical vitality by means of generator. Wind turbines are of two types Vertical axis wind turbines VAWTs and Horizontal axis wind turbines HAWTs . VAWTs are mostly used domestically where power consumption is low and the requirement is of economic rate. HAWTs are more preferably used where power requirement is high and requires high output efficiency. Thus this paper contains a comparison between VAWTs and HAWTs in terms of efficiency, the gearbox mechanism, blade rotation speed, noise, blade rotating space, etc.
by Naveen kumar | Syed Fozail Ahmad “A Comparative Overview on the Horizontal Axis and the Vertical Axis wind Turbines”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-1 , December 2019,
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