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A study on the performance evaluation and technical development of an eco-environmental photovoltaic solar leisure boat with applied sail control device
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A study on the performance evaluation and technical development of an eco-environmental photovoltaic solar leisure boat with applied sail control device
Moon, Byung-Young; Lee, Sung-Bum; Lee, Ki-Yeol;
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 Abstract
As a new technical approach, the achievement of an eco-environmental leisure boat with a photovoltaic system is attempted by simultaneously actuating nine photovoltaic solar panels, in association with an applied sail control system by use of wind. In this approach, the photovoltaic system consists of a solar module, an inverter, a battery, and relevant components, while the sail control device is equipped with a sail up/down and mast-turning instrument. Furthermore, this research conducts a performance evaluation of the manufactured prototype and acquires the purposed quantity value and the development purpose items. The significant items-sail up/down speed (seconds) and mast turning angle (degrees)-are evaluated during the performance test. In the process of the performance evaluation, a wind direction sensitivity of 90% and a maximum instant charging power of 900 W were also obtained. In addition, the maximum sail time is evaluated in order to acquire the optimum quantity.
 Keywords
Photovoltaic generating system;Sail controlling device;Performance evaluation;Maximum instant charging power;
 Language
Korean
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