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Analysis of Induction Generator for Geothermal Power Generation System

Aung Myo Naing

Aung Myo Naing "Analysis of Induction Generator for Geothermal Power Generation System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5, August 2019, pp.1725-1727, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26756.pdf

Nowadays, renewable energy sources contribute approximately twenty-five percent of the world electricity supply. The challenge is the inevitable increase in energy consumption in the world with the risk of a major environmental impact and climate change as a results of the combustion of fossil fuels. Therefore, renewable energy has a very important role to play in the near future. Geothermal Power is one of the renewable energy sources, but it is largely ignored in favor of wind and solar energy. However, geothermal power is reliably predictable years in advance for power generation unlike wind and solar energy. Besides, it is convenient to supply the electricity sufficiently for rural and coastal areas which are far from national grid. The appropriate steam turbine to use in geothermal power plant is carefully selected. More importantly, the design calculation of a 0.5 MW, 6 poles induction generator is calculated in detail in order to generate electrical power concerned with the geothermal ranges of coastal areas in Myanmar. Geothermal power plant operations tend to be of three general kinds: dry stream plants and flash plants, applied to high-energy resources, and binary plants.

Geothermal power, induction generator, Analysis of Geothermal Power Generation System

Volume-3 | Issue-5, August 2019
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