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metadata.fyp.dc.title: Optimization of the Solar Power Angular and Direction Position for Solar Tracking System
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: Rahmat bin Mohd Kasim 22-May-2013
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: Development & Optimization of solar power angular and direction position for tracking system is a one product or prototype base on green energy, where advantage for this prototype can move two side angle to get the optimize angular and can produce maximum voltage from pv (photovoltaic) with perpendicular with sun light (90 degree) Problem statement: the current solar tracking system is in stand-still mode regardless the position of the sun. This installation is called as standalone or off grid mode. This system have their disadvantages such as it cannot work when cloudy weather and it only can absorb minimum power of solar in the one time. This existing system only can absorb the radiance for maximum power at certain time only Approach: This project equipped with 2 dc motor for movement to search the best angular depend on the comparison with four LDR sensor. For get best functionality of LDR sensor I create pyramid design to search best angle for sun light . Results: After the development and completion of the robots, it will then be evaluated in order to measure the effectiveness and to ensure whether it had met the outlined objectives successfully. Conclusions/Recommendations: The goals of this project were purposely kept within what was believed to be attainable within the allotted timeline. As such, many improvements can be made upon this initial design. That being said, it is felt that this design represents a functioning miniature scale model which could be replicated to a much larger scale.
metadata.fyp.dc.description: Top 20 - Inter-Section Innovation Challenge - 1st Winner
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