E3S Web Conf.
Volume 288, 2021International Symposium “Sustainable Energy and Power Engineering 2021” (SUSE-2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||14 July 2021|
Increase the reliability of power supply by using mechanical energy storage devices for low-power consumers
1 Energy-audit Department, Bukhara Engineering-Technological Institute, 200100 Bukhara, Uzbekistan
2 Machinery and equipment of light industry Department, Bukhara Engineering-Technological Institute, 200100 Bukhara, Uzbekistan
The article analyzes the possibilities of using wind energy in Uzbekistan and studies the possibility of using energy storage devices to build a reliable electricity supply in the regions. In areas with weak winds, a device that first stores wind energy and then generates alternating electricity has been proposed. Energy storage systems have been analyzed, and it is recommended to use mechanical energy storage systems in the energy system consisting of renewable energy sources in the Republic of Uzbekistan. It has been noted that the use of such devices is particularly effective in areas far from centralized power supply, where power supply is not available or where reliability is low. An experimental model of a mechanical energy storage device using an elastic cord braid in a storage system and some equations for its design are given. The possibility and necessity of using this storage system is highly valued in our country. Despite the low power of the original model of the device, it is possible to achieve high results in the future by conducting research in this area and changing the type and composition of the elastic cord. This article presents the results of preliminary research on the development of a new design of mechanical energy storage devices using mechanical elastic cord.
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