Efficient Energy Conservation from Hybrid Vehicle

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2022 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 9 Issue 5
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : M. Subramani, S. Viveka, N. Ajith, M. Elango, M. Karthiga
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M. Subramani, S. Viveka, N. Ajith, M. Elango, M. Karthiga, "Efficient Energy Conservation from Hybrid Vehicle," SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 9,  no. 5, pp. 1-8, 2022. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V9I5P101


This report portrays another strategy to produce power from a vehicle and sunlight-based chargers to use for a utility burden. The remainder with which we are left in the division of traditional wellsprings of energy isn't so sumptuous for one to have a good time on this advanced planet. Thus, it's theexcellent obligation of every individual specialist to clear an elective way for inventive age of force and more intelligent usage of non-regular energy sources, aside from the use of customary sources like petroleum derivatives and any remaining unrefined petroleum items. A portion of the super traditional asset buyers on this planet is the vehicles that run with unrefined petroleum items like oil, diesel, compacted flammable gas, lamp fuel, and so on. Along these lines, this venture got a kick out of the chance to put my thoughts regarding the shrewd approach to creating power from the dynamic energy that has been moved by the running vehicle and producing power from the sunlightbased chargers. This current work utilizes an exploratory and hypothetical strategy to investigate the impact of rotational powers delivered at a vehicle edge and the system by which a generator unit mounted at the edge of the edge produces energy from rotational powers. Engine, bringing about the age of electrical energy from mechanical energy. That electrical energy is put away in the battery charging unit for the reinforcement. The reinforcement power is moved to the dc transport. From the dc transport that energy is used for the electric vehicle charging. The extra energy source from the sunlight-based charger is likewise givento the dc transport. That overflow energy is given to the inverter unit that power is used for the heap.


Power Quality, Grid Connected, Charging Station, Solar Power, Vehicle power,Converters, Battery Management.


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