Priyanka Shrivastava, Dr. Jitendra Kumar Pandey , Abhishek Jain
Natural Fiber, Composite materials, FEM, Wind Turbine, Power Generation.
The prime objective of the proposed work is to introduce a most predictive model to diagnose the Diabetic retinopathy and GlaucomaIndia's new focus on multi-dimensional growth of non-conventional energy is an open economy. This is because the country's population of one billion people is expected to continue expanding, which may accelerate quick use of existing non-conventional sources of energy. In the aftermath of the energy crisis that has gripped the rural sector, it has become increasingly important to investigate potential new sources of energy as well as technologies that may one day make it possible to extract energy from resources that were previously unused. There are still 80,000 villages in India that do not have access to power; therefore these communities are in perpetual darkness. In addition, the isolated position makes it difficult for them to connect to a grid. There are many different techniques for the generation of energy, but the only one of them or a hybrid system that can be adopted by rural communities at an investment that is cheap is only one of those methods. The efficiency of energy capture for the creation of electricity may be improved by utilising turbines that rotate in opposite directions. i.e. Electricity can be produced even with wind speeds as low as 3 metres per second. An attempt has been made to build a low-cost wind turbine with a power output of 0.80 kilowatts for use in residential settings, as well as 3 kilowatts for use in the management of agricultural operations and the pumping of water for irrigation. In this study, the methods that are used to make cost-effective turbine blades utilising materials such as wood, natural fibres, and glass fibres, as well as inexpensive labour in distant locations, are described. In addition to this, it advises using locally sourced materials for the construction of towers and turbines in order to stimulate the local economy and provide work opportunities to the people who live in rural areas. As the results of the studies indicated in further detail, this is a technology that can build wind turbines at an affordable price for rural areas.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 767 - 776
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