Domestication of wind energy through integration of house-hold fan
Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications

Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications
Open Access

ISSN: 2090-4541

Domestication of wind energy through integration of house-hold fan

World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy

July 28-30, 2016 Berlin, Germany

Bijon Kumar Sil

The Awesome Place, Singapore

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Fundam Renewable Energy Appl

Abstract :

This study relates to the generation of electricity by mini wind generator through integration and utilization of air released from house-hold fan and its recycling. The use of wind to generate electricity by wind turbine system is already established and is environmentally friendly. However a constant and uninterrupted flow of wind is one of the major challenges of this technology as it is difficult to manage natural air flow. The current invention (Singapore Patent: 10201600351U) is focused on a new technology by integrating house-hold fan with mini wind generator so that the system efficiently managed the flow of uninterrupted air, rotate blades and generate constant amount of electricity which later is stored in a power bank. This electricity is a renewable and/or recyclable either to run the mother fan or charge other electrical devices like mobiles, tablets and laptops and is called Recycle Electricity (RECEL). The prototype Model was developed using 12V-36V mini generator and 25Wh powered floor-type fan which generated around 15Wh electricity and revealed it promising commercialization. Integration of the Model with 1 billion house-hold fans (50watts/hour) (currently used world-wide) could easily generate approximately 112TWh/year (25wx15hX300days) which is more than sufficient to charge 7.1 billion smart-phones (115TWh=15wx3hx365daysx7). This new capability will add important flexibility of generation and utilization of wind power electricity in a control fashion and bring the technology at the door step of end users. The technology enabling the double uses of house-hold fan: cooling the environment and generating electricity which could provide energy to the fastest growing mobile information technology and at large for the society.

Biography :

Bijon Kumar Sil has completed his PhD from University of Surrey, UK and Post-doctoral studies from Kittasato University, Japan in Immunology. He is the Director of The Awesome Place an emerging Technology based R&D company. He has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and attended over 20 international conferences world-wide.

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