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May 15, 2015

2015-2016 Mechanical Engineering Project Ideas

May 15, 2015 - 0 Comments

Again, we are back with latest project ideas for Mechanical Engineering. If you are not able to think out of box Mechanical Engineering project ideas and are bored of old one, then here is the list of new Mechanical engineering projects. You can use below project ideas for Science fair projects, senior projects or for college projects. These project topics has been taken from various websites whose reference is also given. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such latest Mechanical projects ideas.

We have created quite a long list of latest Mechanical Engineering project for 2015-2016, so grab some drink and start reading this list. If you like any idea, just use our search option to search it. May be we have already posted reference material for that project.

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2015-2016 Mechanical Engineering Project Ideas

2015-2016 Latest Mechanical Project Topics for Final Year Students

The Icon Horn Loudspeaker
Mobile Solar PV Trainer
Cal Poly India Project
Folding Wheelchair Improvement
Cold Roll Extrusion Machine
Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School Solar Panel Project
Gas Turbine
Semi-Automated Glass Mat Splice Operation for Asphalt Shingle Line
CUSP-Carleton University Simulator Project
Adaptive Adjustable Tricycle
Fixed-Wing Unmanned Air Vehicle
High-Performance Housing
Bike Water Screw
Wildlife Deterrence Method Test Device
Torque Testing System: Flowserve Corporation
Hybrid Natural Gas Vehicle
PEEK Wear Test System
Adaptive Basketball Shooter
Low-Cost Strider for Guatemala
Semi-Automated Method of Assembly for Physio II Ring
BLDS Articulated Mounting Feet
Energy Generator Exploration Station Senior Project Report
Wingtip Dynamics Simulator
Horned Lark Management for the Protection of Lettuce Sprouts
Automatic Cookie Dough Depositor
Bakery Packaging/Processing Aid
Beer Growler Filler Vending Machine
Processing Plant for Seaweed-based Cosmetics
Skin Cream Bottling Plant
Square Braid Rope Manufacturing Machine
Eco Courier Bike for Full-sized Pallets
Chocolate Bar Wrapping Machine
Precision Goniometer for Spectroscopy
Autonomous Vehicles for Autonomous Science
Atomic Force Microscope
NI Autonomous Robotics Competition 2015
Lower Body Exoskeleton Gait Generation and Motion Control
3D printing for bio-degradable items
Parameterisation of TLUD Cookstoves to Reduce Emissions
Gas Turbine Reheat Combustor
Single-Grain "Sorter and Loader" for Optical Dating
Using Ultrasound To Kill Blue-Green Algae
Innovative Modelling and Testing of Clipsal's Universal Switch Mech
Archery performance and assessment
How much can we dent and damage an aircraft before it goes POP!
Development of really cool toys to promote engineering to school students.
Hydro power from scrap - providing electricity to the world
Blue-prints for manufacturing plants in resource-constrained communities
Effect of Tubercles on Heat Convection
Effective Cooling of Power Bank Energy Storage
RoboSub Competition
Design and build of a lean manufacturing system for custom wheelchair seating
Design and Evaluation of Nacre-Like Staggered Composites
Smart BBQ
Design, Fabrication & Testing of Gear Pump Test Rig
Kangaroo robot and biomechanics
Thermoacoustic heat engine
Project on Gearless Transmission
The World's Fastest Track Bike
Bicycle Helmet Aerodynamics & Cooling
High-efficiency fans using crazy foil profiles
Hand Cycling
Waste heat harvesting using multiferroic alloys
Biomechanics and aerodynamics of hucking and pulling in ultimate frisbee
Design and build a PV testing facility
The Solar Car Sub-System #1: Aerodynamics, Structures and Ergonomics
The Solar Car Sub-System #2: Mechanical Systems and Dynamics
The Solar Car Sub-System #3: Electrical and Motive Power
The Solar Car Sub-System #4: Integration, Planning, Logistics and Strategy
ZELOS: An Autonomous Ground Vehicle
Design and build a controllable leading & trailing-edge airfoil system
Satellite Systems Engineering
Satellite ADCS test and integration
Satellite Integration
A Novel Hybrid Furnace IV: Effect of burner designs on the pressure in the furnace
CFD modeling of solar enhanced coal gasification in a vortex gasifier
Design and Development of High Performance Surfboard Fins
Design of secure letterboxes for large parcels
Strong, lightweight, and recoverable materials: simulation, 3D printing and testing
High Temperature Thermal Storage Systems - Application to Resort Hotel
Off-Road Racing Buggy Suspension Linkage System
Olympic Training Facility
Purify water with plasma
Investigating the plasma dynamics of laser-induced optical breakdown in Vitreolysis
Autonomous Fire fighting Robot
Automated Taco Maker
Maglev record player
Intelligent leading & trailing-edge control system for flexible airfoils.
Automated Beer Brewing System
Optimisation of a crystal's composition for optical refrigeration
Wave Power Generation
Rowing ergo instrumentation and Biomechanics
De-fouling Heat Exchangers with a Ball Cleaning System
Wave power from scrap - providing electricity to the world
Design and Build a Micro Gas Turbine
Rotary Drum Vacuum Filter
Cooperative Juggling Quadcopters
Modelling the thermal characteristics of rare Pilbara bat roosts in mines and caves
CFD modelling of coal combustion in a drop tube furnace
Water purification from kinetic energy
Feasibility of Quantum Computing as a Future HPC method
Active Exhaust Silencer
Next generation power-assist wheelchair for rural application
System dynamic modelling within a complex naval project
Automating the AFL kicking machine
Active Suspension System for FSAE



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May 9, 2015

Coke & Pepsi Learn to Compete in India MBA Project Report

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This is a good MBA project report on Coke and Pepsi Learn to Compete in India and was submitted in partial fulfillment of Master Degree in Business Administration. Soft drinks is perhaps the most hard fought product categories in India in every respect - media, events, distribution, pricing, communication, endorsements and so on. The report start with the introduction of Pepsi and Coke and then proceed to introduction and manufacturing process. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Coke & Pepsi Learn to Compete in India

Soft drink is a non alcoholic beverage drink and is artificially flavored and contains no fruit juice or pulp. Bharat with population of over a hundred large integer is one in all the most important shopper markets within the world once china. Beverage may be a typical shopper product purchased by people to quench thirst and second for refreshment.

Searching for the purpose of origin of Indian soft drinks 1st document on Gold Spot, this was the primary complete soft drinks in Bharat. It absolutely was introduced by PARLE throughout later a part of 40’s. Cola giant, Coca-Cola was the primary foreign beverage to be introduced in Bharat in 1965, cola created a really smart starting and dominated the total theme right from the planet go. It (coca-Cola) long-faced no competition at that point.

Recommended Project: Analysis of Marketing Strategy of Coca Cola and Pepsico

This project tells and cover following points: - Genre wise and channel wise composition of advertising on TV, Advertising strategy adopted by the aerated soft drink players on TV and press, Zone wise and genre wise advertising on press, Specific case: zone wise and genre wise advertising for Pepsi and Coke. Use it for your reference and study.

Author:-Memon Sahil.S


May 5, 2015

Participative Management of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation

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This project is on "Participative Management of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation" and this research conducted amongst employees to find out their participative management level in the organization. It shows a clear choice made by employees when it comes to their participation and motivation. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Participative Management of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation

ONGC have been at cutthroat competition for as long as they have been analyzed. ONGC has the advantage of being the market leader in Asia and has became popular. The consumers have been exposed to ONGC for longer and considering oil companies, it is a difficult to stay consistent in dire competition, something that might take time, more than effort to happen.

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Having succeeded in delivering, the research’s conclusion backed by facts shows that ONGC is leading public company in Republic of India that continuous to present profit and revenue to its workers similarly as in government welfare programmes for the event of the economy value rate of growth.

Objectives of Project

To study and analyze the participative management in ONGC.

1. To understand the employee’s opinion of ONGC Pvt. Ltd.

2. To study the employees motivational level in ONGC.

3. To attract employees by providing solutions for the progress.

4. To do anything to deliver credible services to the people.

5. To accomplish the impossible.

6. To give the viewer a voice and perspective like never before.

7. With an aim to empower the common man with their basic needs and motivational senario.

8. To study the benchmark coverage that extends from corporate news, financial markets coverage, expert perspective on investing and management to industry verticals and beyond.

Participative (or participatory) management, otherwise referred to as worker involvement or participative higher cognitive process, encourages the involvement of stakeholders the least bit levels of a corporation within the analysis of issues, development of methods, and implementation of solutions.

Employees square measure invited to share within the decision-making method of the firm by collaborating in activities like setting goals, determinative work schedules, and creating suggestions. different varieties of participative management embrace increasing the responsibility of workers (job enrichment); forming self-managed groups, quality circles, or quality-of-work-life committees; and soliciting survey feedback. Participative management, however, involves over permitting workers to require half in creating selections.

Author:- Priya Taneja


Apr 25, 2015

Generation of Biodiesel from Microalgae

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As the conventional oil sources are getting reduced day by day as well as conventional diesel leads to acid rain, decreases engine life, releases carcinogens etc., there is a need to look for alternative fuel source that increases the energy requirements manifold. Microalgae has emerged to be the third generation fuel. This is good Bio-Tech project on "generation of Biodiesel from Microalgae". You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Pure Micro algal culture

Algae are sunlight-driven cells that convert carbon dioxide to potential bio-fuels,and feed,and high value bioactives. Algae are promising organisms for providing both novel biologically active substances and essential compounds for human nutrition.

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Microalgae are photosynthetic organisms which can be prokaryotic or eukaryotic and can grow in a wide range of environmental conditions. Microalgae produce lipids in the form of triacylglycerols or triglycerides. These triglycerides can be reacted with an alcohol in a reaction called transesterification or alcoholysis to obtain fatty acid methyl or ethyl esters for the production of biodiesel. For the production of biodiesel,the selected strain of algae must have very high growth rates and a very high lipid or oil content.

The main objective of present investigation is to isolate and characterize same of algal isolate which in future can be exploited for biodiesel production. It is well documented fact that Chlorophyceae class of microalgae possess small chain fatty acids which were found to be ideal precursors for biodiesel production. In our present investigation on the basis of morphology as well as PCR all four isolate belongs to green algae and can be potentially important in biodiesel production.

Out of four isolates Chlorella sp. Isolated from sattal lake was found to contain highest lipid content so can be regarded as potentially best candidate for biodiesel production. However, other isolates also showed higher lipid content.


Apr 18, 2015

Android Application Platform Installation with its Development

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This is a nice project on "Android application platform installation and development" if you are thinking to learn Android development. This is just a basic project which includes history, introduction to Android operating system and will also show you simple application development. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Architecture of android development

Android is a Linux-based OS which is designed mainly for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android is a new open source software toolkit for mobile phones that was created by Google and the Open Handset Alliance. In a few years, it will in billions of cell phones and other mobile devices, making android a major platform for application developers. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional programmer, whether you are doing it for fun or for profit, it’s time to learn more about developing for Android.

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Currently Android covers more than 80% of mobile market and its growing day by day. Now every one has mobile phone and people are preferring to use Android.

Android offers a fresh take on the way mobile applications interact with users, along with the technical underpinnings to make it possible. But the best part of Android is the software that you are going to write for it.

Technologies to be used

1. Eclipse v3.7.3
2. Android Development tool.
3. Android SDK.
4. Android
5. Database SQL lite.

This project report has DFD diagram, use-case diagram, architecture of android development, detail about hardware and software requirements, etc. Use this project report for reference and sample use only.

Author:- Sumit Kumar Maji, Madhubanti Deb, Vishrad Kumar Poddar, Goutam Roy


Apr 11, 2015

Project on Automatic IR Tap Controller

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Automatic wash basin tap controller is primarily based on infrared technology and is a system that detects any interruption of the IR signals by our hands or utensils and water automatically starts flowing out of the tap. Automatic IR Tap Controller is good project topic for Electronics students. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Transmitter Automatic IR Tap Controller

The circuit in the main contains Transmitter & Receiver that area unit designed with the 555 Timer. Each need five volts D.C. Supply. The IR rays unceasingly emitted by the transmitter fall on the receiver. we've used associate degree IR sensing element – TSOP1738 associate degreed an infra-red crystal rectifier.

Receiver Automatic IR Tap Controller

A relay is employed within the circuit along side the free-wheeling diode to drive the Solenoid. Solenoid is employed to carry up the valve fitted within the pipe to let the water emanate of the faucet. The circuit is easy, economical and finds wide application in everyday life.

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The aim of this project is to make an automatic wash basin tap controller with help of 555 timer, IR crystal rectifier and infrared sensing element. The general module ought to be miniature to permit portability and will be economical.

This circuit finds wide applications in our daily life. This circuit is not only used for automatically controlling the tap of wash-basin but it can be used for controlling the dryers, blowers and door opening and closing by replacing the solenoid.

This project report on automatic IR tap controller, contains full component description with their working, circuit diagrams wherever needed, full working of the project, etc. Use this report for your reference and study purpose.


Apr 3, 2015

Power Sector Reforms in India Electrical Seminar Report

Apr 3, 2015 - 0 Comments

This is a report on "power sector reforms in India" for electrical students. This paper analyses the pre-reform era and identifies the key concerns which led to the initiation of the reforms. It also analyses the likely impact of the major policy and regulatory initiatives that have been undertaken since 1991 including the provisions of the new enactments which have come into force eventually in the form of The Electricity Act, 2003. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Power Sector Reforms in India

Until the Eighties, electricity services in most developing countries of the globe, as additionally in several developed countries of Europe, were delivered by state-owned monopolies. It had been thought of that monopolies were best suited to deliver electricity services, as they enjoyed economies of scale and scope. In Asian country additionally reflective an equivalent sentiment, until 1991, the arena within the states was managed by one massive, vertically integrated entity that generated, transmitted and distributed power, below the individual State Ministries of Power.

This seminar details out some the key and important features of the Act and its likely impact on the Indian electricity industry in the emerging scenario.

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The paper also discusses major issues like role of Regulator in the new regime, issue of open access, power trading, introduction of power markets and role of Appellate Tribunal for Electricity in harmonizing the orders of the various regulators. Use it for your reference and study work. Thanks to the author of the project.

Author:-Harbans L. Bajaj and Deepak Sharma


Mar 27, 2015

Project on Solar Automatic Panel

Mar 27, 2015 - 0 Comments

Solar automatic panel also can be known as as Intelligent solar panel as a result of it converts the alternative energy to voltage with most potency by itself. Renewable energy is speedily gaining importance as associate energy resource as fossil costs fluctuate. At the academic level, it's so vital for engineering associated technology students to own an understanding and appreciation of the technology related to renewable energy. One of the most popular renewable energy sources is solar energy. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Solar tracking permits additional energy to be generated as a result of the solar battery is in a position to take care of a perpendicular profile to the sun’s rays. this technique builds upon a previous senior style project wherever students designed a solar-powered device, therefore creating this technique ideally self-contained. Potential enhancements to the system are exhausted the project.

Block Diagram of Solar Automatic Panel

This project consists of a solar panel whose position is controlled by a DC motor. The motor is formed to rotate in such some way that it invariably positions to a locality wherever most daylight falls. This is done by creating use of a lightweight dependent electrical device.

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LDRs are placed within the solar battery to find the daylight. The detected values from the LDRs ar compared and also the region having the utmost daylight is known. Then turns the motor to it position wherever most daylight falls. The solar battery is usually position into the utmost sun light-weight mechanically.

It absolutely was resolved that real time chase would be necessary to follow the sun effectively. In order that no external information would be needed operational. Solar arrays or panels are getting used more and more as efficiencies reach higher levels, and are particularly in style in remote areas wherever placement of electricity lines isn't economically viable. various power supply has been unendingly achieving larger quality particularly since the realisation of fossil fuel’s shortcomings.

The distinctive feature of this technique is that rather than taking the planet as its reference, it takes the sun as a guiding supply. Its active sensors perpetually monitor the daylight and move the panel towards the direction wherever the intensity of sunlight is most.

Whole project report on solar automatic panel is divided into different chapters, and contains detail study about project and its component. It also include basic block diagram of the project, use this project for your reference and study work.


Mar 21, 2015

Microcontroller based Bidirectional Visitor Counter Electronics Project Report

Mar 21, 2015 - 0 Comments

This is a good Electronics project report on Microcontroller based bidirectional visitor counter and is designed and presented in order to count the visitors of an auditorium, hall, offices, malls, sports venue, etc. The system counts both the entering and exiting visitor of the auditorium or hall or other place, where it is placed. The report includes the block diagram, working of the project, circuit diagram etc. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.

Depending upon the signal from the sensors, this project detects the entry and exit of the visitor. On the successful implementation of the visitor counter, it displays the number of visitor present in the auditorium or hall. This system can be economically implemented in all the places where the visitors have to be counted and controlled. Since counting the visitors helps to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of employees, floor area and sales potential of an organization, etc.

Micro-controller based Bidirectional Visitor Counter Electronics Project Report

The circuit shows the microcontroller based bidirectional visitor counter, wherein the transmitter and the receiver form the IR detection circuit. Control logic is built around transistors, operational amplifier LM324 (IC1) and flip-flop (IC2).

The program coding for this bidirectional visitor counter circuit is written in ‘C’ language and is compiled using C51 Keil compiler and is given in this report for your reference. The circuit may also be enhanced with a wide counting range of above three digits by modifying software section of the system. It can also be enhanced for long and accurate sensing range using a laser torch instead of IR transmission circuit. Thus the circuit can be used to monitor visitor flow in effective manner, where the visitors have to counted and controlled.

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The above image shows the block diagram of the project bidirectional visitor counter whose different block are sensor, logic control circuit, Microcontroller, display & power supply. The project report include full description of the block devices and working of the project. Use this project for your reference and study only.


Mar 15, 2015

DC Motor Speed Control using Microcontroller PIC-16F877A

Mar 15, 2015 - 0 Comments

Micro-controller is a very widely used electronic component and today we are showing your another example of it. Today's' project topic is "DC motor speed control using Microcontroller PIC16F877A" and we are sharing full project report of it. This is a very good project work for final year Electronics and Electrical students. This project is mainly focus on DC motor speed control system by using microcontroller PIC 16F877A. It is a closed-loop real time control system, where optical encoder (built during this project) is coupled to the motor shaft to produce the feedback speed signal to controller. Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) technique is employed where its signal is generated in microcontroller. Micro-controller acts as proportional (P) controller with Kp =1 in this study. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Basic block diagram for DC Motor speed control using Microcontroller PIC-16F877A

The PWM signal are going to be send to motor driver to vary the voltage provide to motor to take care of at constant speed. A program in Visual Basic 6 is developed to produce a graphic computer program (GUI) for the user to enter desired speed at laptop. Besides, it additionally shows a graph of motor speed versus time to let the user monitor the performance of the system simply. supported the result, the reading of optical encoder engineered is sort of reliable. Through the project, it may be ended that microcontroller PIC 16F877A will management motor speed at desired speed though there's a variation of load.

Circuit of PIC16F877A

The goal of this project is to design a DC motor speed control system by using microcontroller PIC16F877A. It is a closed-loop real time control system. The controller will maintain the speed at desired speed when there is a variation of load. By varying the PWM signal from microcontroller (P controller) to the motor driver, motor speed can be controlled back to desired value easily.

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For this project, by applying Kp =1 to P controller in microcontroller, the speed response become under-damped response. If Kp less than 1, the speed response is not satisfied. At some greater gain, the speed response of the control loop becomes a steady-state oscillation. If the gain is increased past the point where steady oscillation is observed, the control loop will become unstable and the oscillations will increase in amplitude. The motor will suddenly speed up and it will damage the motor.

This project report is complete in every aspect and contains, block diagram, flow charts, full explanation of the project and components, microcontroller programming, advantages and disadvantages of various types of DC motor, speed measurement of DC Motor etc., so use this report for your reference and study work.

Project Author:- Abhijit Maity, Krishna Narayan Chowdhury, Nilesh Kumar Mal, Pinaki Dutta, Shyamal Kumar Bera, Sohini Chowdhury, Soumik Chakraborty, Subhadip Karmahapatra, Suhel Mohammed


Mar 12, 2015

Kinetic Energy Recovery System

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Kinetic Energy Recovery System is a mechanisms that recover the energy that would normally be lost when reducing speed. The energy is stored in a mechanical form and retransmitted to the wheel in order to help the acceleration. Electric vehicles and hybrid have a similar system called Regenerative Brake which restores the energy in the batteries. The device recovers the kinetic energy that is present in the waste heat created by the car’s braking process. It stores that energy and converts it into power that can be called upon to boost acceleration. You can also subscribe to our newsletter below by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Kinetic Energy Recovery System

There are principally two types of system - battery (electrical) and flywheel (mechanical). Electrical systems use a motor-generator incorporated in the car’s transmission which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy and vice versa. Once the energy has been harnessed, it is stored in a battery and released when required.

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In essence a KERS systems is simple, you need a component for generating the power, one for storing it and another to control it all. Thus KERS systems have three main components: The MGU, the PCU and the batteries.

Advanced transmissions that incorporate hi-tech flywheels are now being used as regenerative systems in such things as formula-1 cars, where they're typically referred to as kinetic energy recovery systems (KERS).
The types of KERS that have been developed are:

4.1. Mechanical KERS
4.2. Electro-mechanical KERS
4.3. Hydraulic KERS
4.4. Electronic KERS

By adopting the cheaper and lighter flywheel system (the ideal solution if it could be made to fit into the no-refueling era cars), a more powerful boost, and limiting the number of activations in a race it would cover all the bases it needs to. It would be affordable for the all the teams, deliver performances as well as being a more interesting race variable. Use this report for your reference and study work only.


Mar 7, 2015

Seminar on Solar Power Towers

Mar 7, 2015 - 0 Comments

Solar Power Towers is a good seminar topic for Mechanical students and other related branch and are also knows as 'Central Tower' power plants or 'Heliostat' power plants or power towers, is a type of solar furnace using a tower to receive the focused sunlight. It uses an array of flat, moveable mirrors (called heliostats) to focus the sun's rays upon a collector tower (the target). You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.

Solar Power Towers

The high energy at now of targeted daylight is transferred to a substance that may store the warmth for later use. The more modern heat transfer material that has been with success incontestable is liquid Sodium. Sodium may be a metal with a high heat capability, permitting that energy to be keep and drawn off throughout the evening. That energy will, in turn, be accustomed boil water to be used in steam turbines. Water had originally been used as a heat transfer medium in earlier power tower versions (where the resultant steam was accustomed power a turbine). This method didn't yield power generation throughout the evening.

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Solar power towers generate electric power from sunlight by focusing concentrated solar radiation on a tower-mounted heat exchanger (receiver). The system uses hundreds to thousands of sun-tracking mirrors called heliostats to reflect the incident sunlight onto the receiver. These plants are best suited for utility-scale applications in the 30 to 400 MWe range.

The heliostat field that surrounds the tower is set intent on optimize the annual performance of the plant. The sector and therefore the receiver are sized counting on the requirements of the utility. in an exceedingly typical installation, alternative energy assortment happens at a rate that exceeds the utmost needed to supply steam to the rotary engine. Consequently, the thermal storage system are often charged at constant time that the plant is manufacturing power at full capability. The quantitative relation of the thermal power provided by the collector system (the heliostat field and receiver) to the height thermal power needed by the rotary engine generator is termed the star multiple.


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