Utilizing turbine ventilator as supplier of electrical energy resources for home information
Keywords:Electricity, Generator, Turbine, Ventilator, Wind
AbstractThe power plant has been created with turbine ventilator as a source of electrical energy for lighting. Voltage generator generated when wind speed between 0 m/s up to 6 m/s with no given load is between 0 volts up to 8.38 volts. Generator-generated electricity can be utilized in everyday life after going through several processes like converting the voltage from DC to AC by using a DC to AC inverter and increasing the AC voltage to a 220-volt voltage using a transformer. In this study using 5 watts LED lamp that can be used to help to light.
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