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MODELING AND PERFORMANCE OF A SELF-EXCITED TWO-PHASE RELUCTANCE GENERATOR

CHAPTER 1

 INTRODUCTION 

The focus of this chapter is to present the situations necessitating a study in the direction of the Self-Excited Two-Phase Reluctance Generator, SETPRG, and to introduce the succeeding chapters of this work. 1.1 Background of Study Scarcity of electrical energy has become a reality in several parts of the world today and in Nigeria in particular. Unfortunately, this is the single factor driving development, technological breakthroughs, and industrialization in the world today. As such, any people with insufficient power available for use are classified as under-developed world. It is also a reflection of the GDP and poverty level of any particular people across the globe. The demand for electrical energy cuts across virtually every aspect of the human existence, from health, to agriculture, education, socialization, industrialization, and even recreation. The grid power has often become inadequate, or not available to several areas, mainly those in remote and inaccessible locations. In Nigeria particularly, inconsistency and the erratic nature of the Utility (PHCN) power supply has led to most urban dwellers resorting to different alternatives to power their homes and business premises. This however has proved to be very expensive, and add to the cost of finished goods in the market. This has not favored the ordinary citizens. In the rural and remote areas, several crucial activities exists, which eventually benefits the society at large, which are sadly hampered by shortage or complete absence of electric power. This is particularly in the area of agriculture, food preservation, medical care, education and technology transfer. This has introduced untold hardship, poverty, and social vices in the world today. Moreover, conventional means of providing isolated power schemes is through the use of fossil fuel engines employing alternators. Not only that these are expensive and beyond the reach of the ordinary hard working masses, it has also raised concerns on depleting fossil fuels and environmental pollution. This concern has led to intensive research into, and the use of renewable and non-conventional energy sources such as wind, tidal and waves, bio-mass and solar sources, among others. Along the line of non-conventional energy sources have come several scholarly researches, all relevant in solving the problem of electric power shortage in the world. Along this line also, suitable alternatives to conventional alternators are receiving close attention. Particularly in the remote and isolated areas, such alternatives must be electricity generating units that are economical, rugged, and maintenance-free, in addition to providing a reasonable power quality. This requirement has led to the search of appropriate energy conversion equipment in the low power range. It is against this backdrop that this humble study is presented.

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Number of Pages85 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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