Generation of Electrical Energy for Charging of a Battery by using Exhaust Gas Energy
Dineshkumar C1, Roshan D2, Jeyakumar P.D3, Tamilarasan T.R4, V.Deepan5.

1Dineshkumar C, Assistant Professor Department of Automobile, Crescent IST, Chennai, India.
2Roshan D, Assistant Professor Department of Aeronautical, Crescent IST, Chennai, India.
3Jeyakumar, Professor Department of Mechanical, Crescent IST, Chennai, India.
4Tamilarasan T.R., Associate Professor Department of Automobile, Crescent IST, Chennai, India.
5Deepan V, Assistant Professor Department of Automobile, Crescent IST, Chennai, India

Manuscript received on 02 July 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 09 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 August 2019 | PP: 2159-2163 | Volume-8 Issue-10, August 2019 | Retrieval Number: r J93770881019/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J9377.0881019
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Abstract: In present day most of the automobile vehicles runs and depends upon the automotive electronics therefore the need of electrical energy for running the electronics system. By using the exhaust gas energy it can produce the energy or charge the battery or power the electrical systems in different operating conditions. The system assists the existing battery during demand. The gas from combustion engine goes as waste approximately 70%of heat without utilizing properly. An attempt is made to charge the battery and it can use to power the electrical systems by using energy from exhaust gas turbine. It is used for the conversion of heat energy to electrical energy. To charge the battery by using the mechanical power from the engine exhaust manifold turbine without compromising the engine efficiency with limited back pressure. The main aim is to convert the heat energy to electrical energy through turbine which gets the higher out turn energy from the exhaust gases. The exhaust gas is utilized for charging and assisting the electrical system.
Keywords: Exhaust gas, Turbine, motor, Electrical systems, Battery.
Scope of the Article: Renewable Energy Technology