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Final report on the feasibility of using wind power to pump irrigation water

Earl Gilmore

Final report on the feasibility of using wind power to pump irrigation water

by Earl Gilmore

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Published by The Council in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas.,
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Wind power -- Texas.,
    • Pumping machinery.,
    • Irrigation -- Texas -- Equipment and supplies.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFeasibility of using wind power to pump irrigation water.
      Statementprepared by Earl Gilmore, Robert E. Barieau, Vaughn Nelson for the Governor"s Energy Advisory Council, Forecasting and Policy Analysis Division.
      SeriesTechnical report - The Governor"s Energy Advisory Council ; no. 77-101
      ContributionsBarieau, Robert E., joint author., Nelson, Vaughn, joint author., Texas. Governor"s Energy Advisory Council. Forecasting and Policy Analysis Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTJ825 .G54
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 58 leaves :
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4696584M
      LC Control Number77623733

        By knowing the position of the pin on which signal appears, the microcontroller rotates the water funnel type cup at the desired speed by using DC motor connected at PORT 0 in clockwise direction. & switch ON the RELAY (i.e. Water pump) connected at port 0. Now water starts flowing into the required field. After completion of watering the. an efficient pump consumption of kilowatt hour (kWh)/ML/m of electricity (Foley, ), the industry would use around , megawatts (MW) of power per annum – if all irrigation pumps were grid-connected. If the water is moved once at a cost of $/kWh, the .

      feasibility of the two basic systems of using direct solar energy for irrigation pumping (with two var- iations of each), along with the use of wind energy for irrigation. It also presents a brief review of the utilization of energy for irrigation pumping and the practices that can be adopted by pump Irriga-. Previous feasibility studies evaluated either the economic feasibility or the technical feasibility of PVP irrigation. Most of the studies are system size-specific and location-specific. Studies focusing on systems with power requirements on the order of 1 kW have been conducted for sites in Namibia, Jordan and India [4], [5], [6].Cited by:

      ACRE Final Report Page 6 compared to the average of previous Marches from to This difference was likely caused by the wind turbine -- a wind energy model suggested Mr. Gilbert would have seen a decrease of 59% in March based on his historical energy use. A final proof point suggesting. This tutorial will take you step-by-step through the process of selecting the right pump for your irrigation system. (Not looking for an irrigation pump? Most of the pump principles presented here apply to any pump use, not just irrigation.) Most irrigation pump situations you may encounter we will cover, but you will need to do Continue reading Pumps: How to Select the Right Pump →.


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