Non-Conventional Energy Resources EE-5th Sem May 2018 Diploma Paper

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                                      SECTION-A

Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks.                                             15×1=15       

      a. The __________ power plants do not require any fuel.
      b. In thermoelectric converters, __________ is directly converted into electrical energy.
      c. Modern Solar cells are made of __________.
      d. The capital cost of hydro-electric plant is _______ than that of diesel power plant.
      e. Pelton turbine uses __________ energy of water and is suitable for _____ heads.
      f. _______ is produced by thermal degradation of biomass.
      g. Wind power is suitable for ___________ and _________ sized plants.
       h. Tidal energy utilizes ________ of water.
       i. Geo means ________  and thermal means __________.
       j. Fuel cells convert chemical energy directly into _________

                                      SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any five questions.                                                                    5×6=30

      i. What are the primary and secondary energy resources? Explain with examples.
     ii. Explain the principle of conversion of solar energy into heat.
     iii. Give a classification of small hydro power plants.
     iv. What are the advantages of MHD technology?
      v. What is the difference between biomass and biogas?
      vi. Name all the main factors taken into consideration in the WECS site selection.
      vii. Define geothermal resources and briefly classify them.
     viii. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a fuel cell?
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                                     SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                                                       3×10=30

      a. Explain the construction and working principle of any two:
         i) Solar Water Heater ii) Solar Furnaces iii) Solar Water Pump iv) Solar Cooker
      b. Discuss power generation by using gasifiers.
      c. Describe open cycle and closed cycle of Magneto Hydro Dynamics generator.
      d. Classify various types of OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion) plants.
      e. Write a short note of any two:
           i) See back and Peltier thermoelectric affect ii) Figure of merit
           iii) Lead acid battery iv) Working principle of a fuel cell

The main source of biogas is Methane (CH4).
     

The Hydro plants do not require any fuel.
     

Solar cell convert Heat of solar radiation into direct current electricity
     

Gas generators has low maintenance
     

Biomass Is conversion of solid biomass into a producer gas
     

The biomass resources are Methane (CH4) & Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
    

Two type of wind machines are Savounius type & Gasification type wind machines.
     

Water Rotor mills are high velocity wind mills
    

OTEC system use intermediate working fluid Sea Water.
 

E.M.F of fully charged Ni-Cd cell is 1.2 V

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Principle of conversion of solar energy into heat.
     

Classification of small hydro power plants.
     

Advantages of MHD technology
      

Difference between biomass and biogas
      

Main factors taken into consideration in the WECS site selection.
      

Advantages and disadvantages of a fuel cell
.

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