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Sendhil M.A.,Rathinam Technical Campus | Balasubramanian S.,Depertment of Mechanical Engineering | Arunkumar G.,Depertment of ECE
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology | Year: 2014

The main aim of this paper is a detailed study of recent developments in hybrid power generation systems. Renewable energy sources nowadays play a vital role in efficient and pollution free electric power generation systems as a recent trend. Solar energy and wind energy are the most popular sources of power generation in many developing countries. This study presents a detailed analysis of recent research works that are made in the field of renewable power generation systems and a study of various hybridization methodologies of electric power generation schemes and electrical energy utilization from solar, wind, diesel, biomass and thermal power generating systems. In this study various IEEE journals, magazines and conference proceedings has been analyzed and are concluded. © Maxwell Scientific Organization, 2014.

Gangadhar J.,Depertment of Mechanical Engineering | Reddy K.S.K.,Depertment of Mechanical Engineering | Goud R.R.,Depertment of Mechanical Engineering | Varma P.,Depertment of Mechanical Engineering | And 4 more authors.
Materials Today: Proceedings | Year: 2015

In the previous studies of EDD steel for direct drawing and redrawing operations, dies were designed and developed. Deep drawing and redrawing experimentations were also performed for different size of blanks at various temperatures i.e. RT, 1500C, 3000C, 4500C on 1mm EDD steel sheets. Later on Material models were constructed in the Preprocessor of LS Dyna for both direct drawing and redrawing operations. Simulations were run by using material model Barlat-36 and visco-plastic thermal model 106 at various temperatures for various blank sizes. Results were extracted from the simulations like Punch Load, thickness distribution and temperature gradient and these results were compared with the experimental results and discussed the impact of each one. © 2015.

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