Modification and Development of Roof Top Ventilation and Power Generation

Ajinkya Vidhate, Devang Ahire, Vijay Nikam, Ravikant Sharma, Jaywant Yadav, Prachi Subhash Kapase, Vikram Keru Dhatrak


Wind energy is one of renewable energies available and it is ecological. Therefore, presently, there is the technological development of applying wind energy for the electrical power generation. Wind energy will be used to replace fossil energy such as oil and coal which causes environmental pollution. This paper presents the electric power generation by using Rooftop Turbine Ventilator (RTV). Rooftop ventilation system (RTV) generally used for ventilation purpose, can be used to extract wind power by suitably designing a generator attached to it. Rooftop Ventilation system do not consume any electrical power for its working. The paper elaborates the development of a power generation system using a typical RTV (Rooftop ventilation system). The paper emphasizes on the materials and the construction methodology adopted for developing a Rooftop power producing system. The RTV (Rooftop ventilation system) power generation system is designed to charge a battery and power up the LED lighting load connected to it. Speed of 150 rpm. The modified roof ventilator that can generate electricity. The new Change in the roof ventilator system is by attaching the extra fins to help it to rotate faster and more efficient. This system is suitable to use for the lowspeed wind places. The system is containing the combination of the AC generator, roof ventilator, solar charger, batteries and inverter. The operational concept of the system is the load will use the energy from the batteries that charged using roof ventilator. The observed performances of system are the voltage and current of the roof ventilator, batteries and the load. This project is about generating electricity from Rooftop Turbine Ventilator (RTV). Generally, RTV (Rooftop ventilation system) are used for ventilation purpose. A standard RVT generally mounted on rooftops of building. We are using this RTV (Rooftop ventilation system) for electricity generation. It. It can produce electricity with the help of low wind speed. Wind energy is renewable energy source. We will be using inverter to convert DC to AC and operate light load or for other applications. Wind energy is a renewable energy which can be adapted for many applications such as water pumping, domestic air ventilation and electricity generation because wind is clean form of energy that does not cause pollution to environment.


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