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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: welcome B.G.S.I.R.S Family.Slide 2: Done By Shambhavi,megha ,Sunanya,sonam Topic :- convention sources of energy Physics project- 2Slide 3: 2.Different types of conventional sources of energy 3.Fossil fuels 6.Hydal power 4. Thermal power 5 wind energy Introduction to Conventional sources of energy. Index 8. conclusion 7.Bio mass: The traditional sources of energy which are familiar to most people are called convention sources of energy. for example –wood and fossil fuels 1.Introduction to conventional sources of energySlide 5: Different Types Of Convention Sources Of Energy Fossil fuels Thermal power wind energy Hydal power Biomass Different Types Of Convention Sources Of EnergySlide 6: A power plant in which the heat required to make steam to drive turbines (to make electricity ) is obtained by burning fuels (coal , oil and gas)is called thermal power plant . A thermal power station is a power plant in which the prime mover is steam driven . Most of the power plant operational controls are automatic. However, at times, manual intervention may be required. Thus, the plant is provided with monitors and alarm systems that alert the plant operators when certain operating parameters are seriously deviating from their normal range. Thermal PowerSlide 8: The direct cost of electric energy produced by a thermal power station is the result of cost of fuel, capital cost for the plant, operator labour , maintenance, and such factors as ash handling and disposal. Indirect, social or environmental costs such as the economic value of environmental impacts Almost all coal, nuclear, geothermal, solar thermal electric, and waste incineration plants, as well as many natural gas power plants are thermal.Slide 11: Uses of fossil fuels.Slide 13: Wind energy Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy, such as using wind turbines to make electricity, windmills for mechanical power, windpumps for water pumping or drainage, or sails to propel ships. Windmills are typically installed in favorable windy locations. For example –in India states like Kolkata. .Wind energy, as an alternative to fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, and produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation. The construction of wind farms is not universally welcomed because of their visual impact, but any effects on the environment from wind power are generally less problematic than those of any other power source.: Humans have been using wind power for at least 5,500 years to propel sailboats and sailing ships. Windmills have been used for irrigation pumping and for milling grain since the 7th century AD in what is now Afghanistan, India, Iran and Pakistan. Wind pumps contributed to the expansion of rail transport systems throughout the world, by pumping water from water wells for the steam locomotives. The multi-bladed wind turbine atop a lattice tower made of wood or steel was, for many years, a fixture of the landscape throughout rural America. When fitted with generators and battery banks, small wind machines provided electricity to isolated farms. In the US, the development of the "water-pumping windmill" was the major factor in allowing the farming and ranching of vast areas otherwise devoid of readily accessible water: Hydropower, hydraulic power or water power is power that is derived from the force or energy of moving water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes. is particularly powerful when the river is in flood. The force of the water results in the removal of sediment and other materials from the riverbed and banks of the river, causing erosion and other alterations. Prior to the development of electric power, hydropower was used for irrigation, and operation of various machines, such as watermills, textile machines, sawmills, dock cranes, and domestic lifts Hydro power plant: There are several forms of water power currently in use or development. Some are purely mechanical but many primarily generate electricity . Broad categories include:Slide 20: -Slide 22: BiomassSlide 24: Sources of biomass.Slide 26: Types of conventional sources of energy Uses of different conventional sources of energy. What is conventional sources of energy? Sources of different types of conventional sources of energy. Conclusion You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.