Research on Facilities of Power Supply of Small Power Capability Consumers of Bukhara Region by using Wind and Solar Energy
Sadullayev Nasillo Nematovich1, Safarov Alisher Bekmurodovich2, Nematov Shuhrat Nasilloyevich3, Mamedov Rasul Akif-ogli4
1Sadullayev Nasillo Nematovich, Professor, Department of Energy audit, Bukhara Engineering Technological Institute, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
2Safarov Alisher Bekmurodovich, P. h. D. Students Department of Energy audit, Bukhara Engineering Technological Institute, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
3Nematov Shuhrat Nasilloyevich, P. h. D. Students Department of Energy audit, Bukhara Engineering Technological Institute, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
4Mamedov Rasul Akif-ogli, P. h. D. Students Department of Energy audit, Bukhara Engineering Technological Institute, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on 09 August 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 16 August 2019 | Manuscript Published on 31 August 2019 | PP: 229-236 | Volume-8 Issue-9S2 August 2019 | Retrieval Number: I10470789S219/19©BEIESP DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I1047.0789S219
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Abstract: This article analyzes the climatic features of the Bukhara region – the southern-eastern part of Uzbekistan. The wind and solar potential of the region and the prospects of its utilization were evaluated. In recent years, wind and solar energy has been analyzed worldwide. The potential for the use of solar radiation in the region was analyzed. Accordingly, when the solar photovoltaic batteries in the region are used (coefficient of efficiency-18%), the technical potential of the region is 41 TWh/year. Wind speeds and wind energy potential data were collected over eight years (2011-2018) and were calculated using the monthly wind speed data measured every 30 minutes at a height of 10m. During the estimation of wind energy potential we were used two parameters Weibull and Rayleigh distribution functions. The density power and energy values of the wind flow at various heights were evaluated using the extrapolation method. In accordance with that, on height of 10m it makes 41.19 W/m2 and 361.48 kWh/m2, on height of 50m 117.23 W/m2 1026.96 kWh/m2, and on height of 100m 192.76 W/m2, 1688.59 kWh/m2. The wind energy gross, technical and economic potential of the region has been evaluated. In addition, the potential and prospects of using hybrid (wind and solar) power stations for the supply of uninterrupted and reliable power supply to consumers in the region were analyzed.
Keywords: Solar Energy Potential, Wind Energy Potential, Weibull Distribution Function, Rayleigh Distribution Function, Wind Direction (wind rose), Extrapolation Method, Hybrid (wind and solar) Power Station.
Scope of the Article: Economics of Energy Harvesting Communications