IJMTES – GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY BY USING TURBINE MOUNTED ON TRAIN

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : K S Jaya Surya  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 04 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 62-66

Abstract – This paper aims at production of electricity by using the concept of the rotation of wind turbine due to the wind caused by the moving train. Wind turbine is provided with ventilated casing to reduce the large air pressure. The mouth of casing is provided with valve to control the wind flow. The blade is mounted on the roof of the train  and total mechanical support is provided .The electricity produced will run the various loads connected to the train cabin. The excess power is stored in battery for further use. This will help to cut down the usage of non renewable sources which is on the verge of extinction and the entire process is non-polluting.

Keywords— Wind Turbine, Moving train, Wind Rotation, Electricity 

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