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Volume-8,Issue-7  ( Jul, 2020 )
Paper Title
A Proposed Model for Cabin Cooling System in Automobiles using Solar/Wind Energy
Author Name
Susanta Kumar Das, T A Aravind
M.Tech, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Deptt., FDE M.Sc., ME, MBA, Dean Faculty of Degree Engg MCEME, Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering, Secunderabad, Telangana, India
Global demand for energy is rising at a rate faster than exploration and production of traditional fuel resources can support’s a result new energy sources, specially clean energy sources must be developed and exploited as quickly and efficiently as possible. Solar (Wind) technology represents a realistic and cost effective alternative to use of fossil fuels. In this paper the cooling of the cabins of automobiles (cars, trucks etc.) in standstill condition under sun rays during summer season using solar/wind energy is mentioned. The greatest advantage of the system is that it does not require any conventional energy source. The system consumes no energy other than the electricity required to charge the batteries (which can be used as a power bank for field army) .The system can effectively produce a temperature difference of 8-100. Keywords - Solar/Wind Energy, Air Tunneling Technique, Heat Exchanger, Charge Control Unit(CCU),
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