Idea Details

Team and Contact Details

SNo Student Name School Degree Year Email
1Qasim Ali ZahidPNECUndergraduateFourthqasimalizahid_00@hotmail.com
1Waqas Nusrat KureshyPNECUndergraduateFourthwaqas.kureshy319@gmail.com
1Ahmad HassanPNECUndergraduateFourthahmadhassan_18@hotmail.com
1Fraz HussainPNECUndergraduateFourthfrazhussain4@yahoo.com

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Idea Details

Idea Name: Distributive Generation
Slogan: Rotary Power Source Synchronization
Supervisor Name: Dr S Sajjad Haider Zaidi
Supervisor Designation: Assistant Professor
Supervisor School: PNEC
Supervisor Department: Electronic and Power Engineering
Contact number: 0321-388-8853
Email ID: sajjadzaidi@pnec.nust.edu.pk
Abstract:
    The conventional Grid is ailing and is failing to keep up with the modern demands of power supply, Microgird is the face of our solution , globally this technology is making revolutionary results.
What is the unmet need in society that your idea will fulfill ?
    Electricity generation is 21,700 MW against demand of 24,055 MW in Pakistan. The country is failing to meet its energy demands ,The inculcation of Distributive Energy systems in Pakistan is next to none our take on the problem is implementing distributive Generating Systems on a micro level.
Who needs it ? How many would benefit ?
   Reliable and continuous power supply is the right of every institution, business. This Technology can be utilized by industries , businesses as well as residential societies. Millions can benefit from this venture.
How will the solution works
    Our aim is to synchronize distributive generating systems to the main grid so that load on the conventional grid can be shared/reduced. To synchronize sources we need to have control over the various properties of the system. a. The RMS line voltages of the two generators must be equal. b. The two generators must have the same phase sequence. c. The frequency of the new generator, called the oncoming generator, must be slightly higher than the frequency of the running system.
Who are your competitors ? How is your solution different
    Our competitors are the conventional large scale power supply companies. Our solution differs from theirs in the sense that our solution is small scale, easily implementable, low cost and can prove out to be beneficiary for the environment.
Status: Approved
Entry Date & Time: 2018-12-23 (0818)