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Solar sprayer ppt

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The design and implementation of multiple power supplied fertilizer sprayer has been
presented. The proposed system is the modified model of the two stroke petrol engine
powered sprayer which minimizes the difficulties of the existing power sprayer such as
operating cost, changing of fuel etc. The two stroke petrol engine has been replaced by a
direct current motor and operated by the electrical energy stored in the battery attached to the
unit. The battery can be charged by solar panel during the presence of sun. It could also be
operated on direct current during rainy and cloudy weather conditions. This system can be
used for spraying pesticides, fungicides, fertilizers and paints.
The proposed system has been tested and compared with theoretical values of current and
charging time. From the results it is found that the time taken to charge the full battery
of capacity 12V, 7Ah has required 16.67 hours. The fully charged battery could be used to
spray 575 liters pesticides. Which is approximately covers 5-6 acres of land. It is also found
that, if we charge the battery for a day, then it covers approximately 200 liters of pesticides
which in turn covers 2 to 2.5 acres of land. The developed systems initial cost is little more
as compared to conventional sprayer but the running cost of the system is all most zero in
other words minimum.
Energy - demand” is one of the major threads for our country. Finding solutions, to meet the “Energy - demand” is the great challenge for Social Scientist, Engineers,
Entrepreneurs and Industrialist of our Country. According to them, Applications of
Non-conventional energy is the only alternate solution for conventional energy
demand. Now-a-days the Concept and Technology employing this Non-conventional
energy becomes very popular for all kinds of development activities. One of the major
area, which finds number applications are in Agriculture Sectors.

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Solar sprayer ppt

  1. 1. BHEEMANNA KHANDRE INSTITUTE OF TECHNALOGY BHALKI A SEMINAR ON SOLAR POWERED SPRAYER PRESENTED BY ANAND BIRADAR 3RB13ME401 GUIDENCE BY UMAKANT MATHAPATHI
  2. 2. CONTENTS • Abstract. • History. • Introduction. • Working procedure. • Advantages and limitations. • Applications. • Conclusion. • References.
  3. 3. ABSTRACT • During the period 2000 to 2014 farmers survey by NSS 70% are small farmer in India. Energy demand is one of the major threads for our country. • Finding solutions, to meet the “Energy demand is great challenge for Scientist, Engineers. • According to them, Applications of Non conventional energy is the only alternate solution for conventional energy demand.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION • Now-a-days employing this Non- conventional energy becomes very popular for all kinds of development activities. • One of the major area, which finds number applications are in Agriculture Sectors. • Solar energy plays an important role in agriculture Sector. • This Technology can be extended for spraying chemicals on the plants using Solar Sprayers.
  5. 5. HISTORY • Himel Melton in 1969 he founded that use of Pesticide application refers to the practical way in terms of effective dose transfer to a crop. • In the form of a seed treatment, or coating, to protect plant from insects. • additionally, these coatings can provide supplemental chemicals and nutrients designed to encourage growth of the plants.
  6. 6. TYPES OF SPRAYER 1. HAND OPERATED SPRAYER 2. FUEL OPERATED SPRAYER
  7. 7. SAFETY PRECAUTION •All chemicals products harmful to humans and wildlife. • they are kept out of reach of wildlife, pets and children.
  8. 8. FURTHER SPRAYED BY TRACTOR AND PLANE
  9. 9. SOLAR POWERED SPRAYER
  10. 10. ACTUAL LOOK SPRAYER
  11. 11. WORKING PROCEDURE • Body of the sprayer is made of aluminum frame and aluminum bars to keep the weight of the machine low. • In this frame on top end a solar photovoltaic panel is fixed that converts solar power into electricity. • This electricity is then provided to battery via a charging circuit. .
  12. 12. • Electric power from this battery is given to an electric motor. • To the shaft of this electric motor a blower fan is connected. This blower blows high speed air into the blower pipe and reservoir is connected to the blower pipe. • The flow of mixed (water and chemical) liquid is controlled by value.
  13. 13. MERITS • It is a renewable energy source. • No air pollution & noise. • work 3 hours after fully charged. • Do not required fuel hence cost reduce for spraying. • Easy in construction & economical • Solar energy is totally free, widely available.
  14. 14. Limitations • initial cost for solar system is high. • Weather Dependent. • it required energy storing device.
  15. 15. APPLICATIONS • Mainly used in Agriculture Sectors for spraying chemicals on the plant. • It is also used automotive industry for spaying paint.
  16. 16. CONCLUSION • Aim of this project is to fulfill the tasks spraying chemicals on the plants using non- conventional energy sources. • As we know 70% of population of our country lives in villages & their main occupation is agriculture. • solar operated spray will help the farmers of those remote areas of country where fuel is not available easily. • They can perform their regular work as well as saves fuel.
  17. 17. REFERENCES • First Author- Dr. Basavaraj (E&C) PDA College of Engineering, Gulbarga, India. • Second Author- Sharanakumar Mathapati (E&C) PDA College of Engineering, Gulbarga, India. • www.ijrise.org • www.impulse.net.in
  18. 18. THANK YOU

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