International Journal of Engineering Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IJEREEE)

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International Journal of Engineering Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Volume3 ,March 2016.

Volume3,March 2016,

Topic : Application of Flywheel for Energy Storage System

Authors:Shridhika Malode || Prof.R.Hiware

Abstract:The world’s energy sources are derived from conventional sources i.e. fossil fuels. These are non renewable energy sources and are limited on the earth whatever energy generated from these primary energy sources should be utilized optimally. A fly wheel is an inertial energy storage device which absorbs mechanical energy and serves as reservoir, storing energy during the period when the supply of energy is more than requirement or in other words, flywheel can store electricity from the electrical supply system in the form of kinetic energy, and can dispense that energy back to the electrical supply system in quick bursts. It is significant and attractive for energy futures sustainable. The key factors of flywheel energy technology, such as flywheel material, Flywheel shape and its supporting assembly are described, which directly influence the amount of energy storage . It is very suitable to such applications including, Cloud Mitigation for Solar PV, Mitigation for Wind, Wind/Diesel/Flywheel Hybrid, Stabilization of Distributed Generation (DG) Systems, Peak Power Support, Frequency Response Reserve (FRR), Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), Reactive Power Support (VAR support) and many other applications, with the view of new technologies the cost of Flywheel technology can be lowered and this technology will play a vital role in securing global energy sustainability..

Keywords: energy sources, fossil fuels,flywheel,kinetic energy

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DOI: 01.1617/vol2iss3pid064


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