First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Gabriel CastroFollow

Title of Poster or Paper

Regeneration of Energy

Mentor/s

Professor Tolga Kaya

Participation Type

Poster

Abstract

In this project, we developed a system where it can regenerate energy and transform AC Voltage to DC Voltage and then charge a Battery. It is only possible to do that by programming a code where it says the motor 1 to run at certain speed and by connecting the first motor to another motor by using couplings , the first motor makes the second one run by its own rotation and through that we can regenerate energy in the other end, where it will output an AC Voltage and then transforming it into DC Voltage and then being able to charge the battery and then being able to determine how reliable this system is and checking if the results would increase or decrease based on the different capabilities of different sets of electrical motors and capacitors. And by plugging an Oscilloscope in the end of each step of the transformation we can see the transformation of the Wave in Ac to a Wave in DC.

College and Major available

Computer Engineering BS

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

ENGR-418-A

Location

Digital Commons

Start Day/Time

5-5-2021 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

5-5-2021 4:00 PM

Students' Information

Gabriel Castro - Computer Engineering - 2021

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Regeneration of Energy

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In this project, we developed a system where it can regenerate energy and transform AC Voltage to DC Voltage and then charge a Battery. It is only possible to do that by programming a code where it says the motor 1 to run at certain speed and by connecting the first motor to another motor by using couplings , the first motor makes the second one run by its own rotation and through that we can regenerate energy in the other end, where it will output an AC Voltage and then transforming it into DC Voltage and then being able to charge the battery and then being able to determine how reliable this system is and checking if the results would increase or decrease based on the different capabilities of different sets of electrical motors and capacitors. And by plugging an Oscilloscope in the end of each step of the transformation we can see the transformation of the Wave in Ac to a Wave in DC.

 

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