India needs a solar power capacity of 100 GW by 2022. To meet this target, it has to build-up the solar power capacity by 4 times than the existing one. As per 2015 Paris agreement on climate change, India has committed to cut down the greenhouse gas emissions. Adopting innovative solar solutions would help India to reduce its carbon footprint.
A lot of research works are being undertaken nationally and internationally in solar energy applications in the area of photovoltaic, photothermal, solar desalination, solar refrigeration and cooling, daylighting and passive solar applications. This two week workshop aims to impart scientific and research knowledge on the state of art techniques for designing and analysing the performance of sustainable solar energy systems.
The workshop also helps the participants to familiarize the tools such as MATLAB, TRANSYS and SolTrace, which are used for computational and heat transfer analysis of solar energy conversion systems. This workshop will be useful to those who are planning to start the research work in this area.
- Advances in solar PV materials
- MPPT criteria for PV systems
- Modelling and simulation of PV systems using MATLAB
- Design aspects and performance improvement technique of solar thermal systems
- Nano technology in solar thermal systems
- Solar power plants: Design and analysis in TRANSYS
- Computational methods for modelling of solar thermal systems.
- Solar powered Electric Vehicle
- Thermal energy storage systems
The registration fees is as follows:
- Industry Person: Rs. 8260
- Academic (Faculty): Rs. 5900
- Students/ Full time & Research Scholars: Rs. 3540
For registration, the participants are requested to fill up the Google Form and also to send the hard copy of filled up registration form along with DD to the course coordinators.
Last date for application: Apr 26
For any queries, contact
Dr. K. R. Balasubramanian
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering