DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF WIND TURBINE BLADES USING COMPOSITE AND NATURAL FIBER MATERIALS- A SURVEY
Author(s):
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Pandey, Priyanka Shrivastava
Keywords:
Natural Fiber, Composite materials, FEM, Wind Turbine, Power Generation
Abstract
In this research work, an attempt is made for the analytical analysis of the Wind Turbine Blades using Finite Element Methods. An investigation to be done for the performance of Wind Turbine Blade by using various natural fiber materials. Wind Turbine plays an integral part in the renewable energy generation and lighting the world by giving a big amount of energy to the world. In this analysis, we aim to use HAWT for design purpose. Natural fibers like Carbon fiber, E-Glass fiber, Hemp fiber and Jute Fiber materials were used for the performance evaluation and a then their performance evaluation was done.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 previously unused resources. There are still 80,000 villages in India that still need access to power. Therefore, these communities are in perpetual darkness. There are many different techniques for energy generation. Still, the only of them or hybrid system that rural communities can adopt at a cheap investment is only one of those methods. The efficiency of energy capture for the creation of electricity may be improved by utilizing 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. This study describes the methods used to make cost-effective turbine blades utilizing materials such as wood, natural fibres, and glass fibres, as well as inexpensive labour in distant locations.
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Unique Paper ID: 157708

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 122 - 128
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