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Title: Innovation of Reserve Generator with Hybrid System By Cooperation between the Hydrogen Energy and Gasoline
Other Titles: Innovation of Reserve Generator with Hybrid System By Cooperation between the Hydrogen Energy and Gasoline
Authors: Teerapod Naebnean
Piyalap Manakit
Keywords: Generator reserve1
Hybrid system2
Hydrogen energy3
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University, Faculty of Agricultural Technology and Industrial Technology
Abstract: The objective of this research is to develop the generator reserve with a hybrid system of cooperation between the hydrogen energy and gasoline. The generating capacity is 5 KW, 220 V and 1500 rpm. The highest hydrogen production yield is 0.46 liter per minute. The average electricity of hydrogen separation is 12.4 A. The average operation time of the generator by using 1 liter of oil without load is 48.01 minutes. The average operation time of the generator by cooperation between hydrogen and gasoline without load is 55.57 minutes. In addition, the experimental tests with 1000 W load found the only one fuel have 43.94 minutes of average operation time. However, the generator by cooperation between hydrogen and gasoline with 1000 W is 47.74 minutes. The economic assessment found that the generator reserve with the hybrid system by cooperation between the hydrogen energy and gasoline can be saving 7.20 baht/hour of the electricity cost. If using the generator for 6 hours a day, it will be able to pay back the investment cost within 7 months. The environmental aspect, it also releases less carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and pollution compare the generator with only one fuel.
URI: http://ns.nsru.ac.th/handle/nsru/474
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