EFFECT OF BLADE SHAPE ON PERFORMANCE OF SAVONIUS VAWT FOR ACCESSING POWER PERFORMANCE

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Phadatare Shrutika
Raikar Sanket
Raut Pratik

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Non-renewable reserves are continuously depleting and are potentially major sources of harmful local and global emissions. On the other hand, renewable sources of energy are not only environmentally-benign. Present technology, dominated by the megawatt-scale Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines (HAWT), has demonstrated the viability of large-scale systems capable of supplying a substantial part of the electric energy supply. But louder noise at the location, collision of bird species with blades and more deaths due to installation are the drawbacks of HAWT which can be overcome by vertical axis wind turbine while fulfilling the energy needs. So, the main objective of the project revolves around the design of Savonius type vertical axis wind turbine and its comparative analysis for four different blade shapes to improve the performance and starting characteristics.

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Phadatare Shrutika, Raikar Sanket, & Raut Pratik. (2021). EFFECT OF BLADE SHAPE ON PERFORMANCE OF SAVONIUS VAWT FOR ACCESSING POWER PERFORMANCE. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 1-5. https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/2045
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Phadatare Shrutika, Raikar Sanket, & Raut Pratik. (2021). EFFECT OF BLADE SHAPE ON PERFORMANCE OF SAVONIUS VAWT FOR ACCESSING POWER PERFORMANCE. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 1-5. https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/2045

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