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Ecosense installs Wind PV Hybrid Training System at CBIT, Hyderabad

Ecosense installs Wind PV Hybrid Training System at CBIT, Hyderabad →
The renewable energy systems are weather dependent which makes their instantaneous production output uncertain, to compensate the lower production of output due to change in weather using multiple energy sources is a good idea. Renewable Energy systems with multiple energy sources and single output is known as hybrid systems.
June 30, 2021



Ecosense installed RE Based Smart Energy Management System at Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior

Ecosense installed RE Based Smart Energy Management System at Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior. →
RE Based Smart Energy Management System utilises 2 of the most popular Renewable energy sources that are Wind energy and Solar energy for renewable electricity production. This system is focussed to make users learn about different ways of electricity production using renewable energy sources. Renewable energy systems can be categorised into three different categories.
March 19, 2021



Ecosense installs Wind- PV Hybrid systems at Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Technology and Engineering, Udaipur

Ecosense installs Wind- PV Hybrid systems at Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Technology and Engineering, Udaipur →
Wind- PV Hybrid systems utilise 2 energy sources, Wind Energy and Solar energy for renewable electricity production. The renewable energy systems are weather dependent which makes their instantaneous production output uncertain, to compensate the lower production of output due to change in weather using multiple energy sources is a good idea. Renewable Energy systems with multiple energy sources and single output is known as hybrid systems.
March 15, 2021



Ecosense Installs Solar PV Emulator at Deptt. Of Electrical Engineering, NIT Raipur

Ecosense Installs Solar PV Emulator at Deptt. Of Electrical Engineering, NIT Raipur →
The Ecosense’s PV Emulator is a programmable power supply designed to emulate solar panels. With fast transient response, the emulator responds to change in load conditions and maintains the output IV characteristics of the user defined panel for a given ambient condition. It is a flexible instrument designed to emulate the output of solar panels, with adjustable parameters such as Voc, Isc, shading, coefficient of temperature etc.
March 10, 2021



Ecosense installs ETC Characterisation system at Department of Chemical Engineering, Pandit Deendayal Energy University

Ecosense installs ETC Characterisation system at Department of Chemical Engineering, Pandit Deendayal Energy University →
An ETC characterization system for thermal analysis of fluids is a mini closed loop ETC system to study the thermal characteristics of various fluids. It uses an artificial sunlight so that it can be used inside a lab and is independent of natural climate. A chiller is also connected to the system so that once fluids get heated, students will be able to cool it down immediately and study thermal characteristics of heating as well as cooling. This system helps students in practical understanding of various technical parameters such as efficiency and heat transfer at different flexible input parameters like radiation, wind speed etc. The system has in built sensors which measure parameters like pressure, temperature, flow rate etc., mounted on a control unit.
February 24, 2021



Ecosense established a Solar PV and Solar Thermal Lab at Jabalpur Engineering College

Ecosense established a Solar PV and Solar Thermal Lab at Jabalpur Engineering College →
Ecosense established a Solar PV and Solar Thermal Lab at Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur Engineering College is second Engineering College in India established in 1947 and is a premier institution of engineering education in Central India.
February 8, 2021



Ecosense Installs Solar Thermal Parabolic Trough Training System at Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu

Ecosense Installs Solar Thermal Parabolic Trough Training System at Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu →
Ecosense’s Solar Thermal Parabolic Trough Collector Based System consists of parabolic reflectors, absorber tube, sun tracker, piping, storage tanks and a heat exchanger. A control panel would control different devices and also measure the different parameters of the system. The system can be used to perform experiments in heat transfer, parabolic trough characteristics and heat loss at different parts of the system. The system is highly flexible – it can be used with different working fluids, different absorbing materials, different piping insulation thickness and different types of storage tanks. This gives a lot of scope for research in heat transfer and related fields. Wind speed variation and flow velocity are other parameters which can be changed to show their impact on heat transfer and heat loss.
January 28, 2021




Ecosense Installs Wind Energy Training System at Department of Electrical Engineering, Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technology, Basar, Telangana

Ecosense Installs Wind Energy Training System at Department of Electrical Engineering, Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technology, Basar, Telangana →
Wind Energy Training System is a scaled down version of actual standalone Wind Turbine power plant. This system facilitates the students with working and configurable model of wind turbine. This system gives the insight about individual components and consequences of changing the operating points of any wind turbine defined in terms of wind speed and pitch angle. Students can learn concepts like I-V characteristic, cut-off, cut-in speed etc.
January 13, 2021



Ecosense Installs Solar Parabolic Trough System at Department of Mechanical Engineering, CHARUSAT

Ecosense Installs Solar Parabolic Trough System at Department of Mechanical Engineering, CHARUSAT →
Ecosense’s Solar Parabolic Trough Collector Based System consists of parabolic reflectors, absorber tube, sun tracker, piping, storage tanks and a heat exchanger. A control panel would control different devices and also measure the different parameters of the system. The system can be used to perform experiments in heat transfer, parabolic trough characteristics and heat loss at different parts of the system. The system is highly flexible – it can be used with different working fluids, different absorbing materials, different piping insulation thickness and different types of storage tanks. This gives a lot of scope for research in heat transfer and related fields. Wind speed variation and flow velocity are other parameters which can be changed to show their impact on heat transfer and heat loss.
January 5, 2021




Ecosense establishes Microgrid Lab at Government College of Engineering, Kannur, Kerala

Ecosense establishes Microgrid Lab at Government College of Engineering, Kannur, Kerala →
Microgrid Lab is installed at Department of Electrical Engineering, GCE, Kannur. A Microgrid is a localized group of electricity sources and sinks (loads) that typically operates connected to and synchronous with the traditional centralized grid (macro-grid), but can also disconnect and maintain operation autonomously or go completely off-grid as per the requirement.
December 8, 2020



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