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Image processing in renewable energy resources

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This book is beneficial for researchers to work and focus on hybrid techniques of GIS, remote sensing, image processing, and its implementation on the configuration and applications of renewable energy resources. Due to population growth and modernization, the demand and supply system is imbalanced, which directly affects the state of the environment. Therefore, it is necessary to use natural resources wisely so that our demand can be met without harming the environment. Hybrid techniques are fast and offer financial advantages in terms of site visit and its right selection. Designers can virtually plan the entire project with its benefits and losses.

The book includes the various rural electrification problems encountered by the electricity boards in India; the effect of uncertainty on the planning and operation of renewable energies; calculation techniques for the integration of different renewable energy resources are illustrated; The layout and configurations of the integrated renewable energy system are presented and various computer technologies used to evaluate the performance and sizing of the integrated renewable energy system are presented and discussed in detail.

It also includes the automatic control of the production of hydroelectric power stations consisting of three zones was considered; the optimization algorithm (WOA) was used for the automatic generation control (AGC) methodology; modeling a traditional controller called a proportional-integral-derivative controller for automatic generation control in a single zone system. Image processing software tools such as ArcGIS, QGIS, AutoCAD, Autodesk 3DS Max, Blender, City Engine 2019, ERDAS IMAGINE, Google Open Street Map were used to calculate sub-indexes and a methodology to conduct assessments similar using a variety of images. Treatment tools have been demonstrated and various strategies have been devised for land use characterizations which are commonly referred to as supervised and unsupervised classification.

About the publisher / author:

Dr Rajesh Singh, is currently associated with Lovely Professional University as a professor with over seventeen years of experience in academia. He received Gold Medal in M.Tech from RGPV, Bhopal (MP) India and Honors in his BE from Dr. BR Ambedkar University, Agra (UP), India. His area of ​​expertise includes embedded systems, robotics, wireless sensor networks, the Internet of Things and machine learning. He has been honored as a keynote speaker and session chair of international / national conferences, faculty development programs, workshops and webinars. He was ranked second among the ten best inventors for ten years 2010-2020, by Clarivate Analytics in “India’s Innovation Synopsis” in March 2021 for the filing of three hundred and fifty eight patents. It has eleven issued patents (8 Australian patents and 3 Indian patents) and 5 PCTs. He has published over a hundred research articles in referenced journals / conferences.

He has published twenty-four books and seven edited books in the field of Embedded Systems and Internet of Things with reputable publishers like CRC / Taylor & Francis, Springer, Narosa, NIPA, River Publishers, Bentham Science, IGI Global, NOVA Science etc. It has been featured by Indian and international media for smart systems and devices designed by it including OBDAS, E-Parirakshak, Kawach, 20Sec4Life, Ally, Alithis, CT scan Diagnostic, among which five are designed to prevent COVID-19 in accordance with WHO guidelines.

Dr Anita Gehlot is currently associated with Lovely Professional University as an Associate Professor with over fifteen years of experience in academia. His area of ​​expertise includes embedded systems, wireless sensor networks and the Internet of Things. She was among the ten best inventors for ten years 2010-2020, by Clarivate Analytics in “India’s Innovation Synopsis” in March 2021 for the filing of two hundred and sixty three patents. She holds twelve patents (8 Australian patents and 4 Indian patents), 5 PCTs and has published over 100 research papers in SCI / Scopus journals and conferences.

She has been featured by Indian and international media for smart devices and systems designed by her, including OBDAS, E-Parirakshak, Kawach, 20Sec4Life, Ally, Alithis, CT scan Diagnosis, five of which are designed to prevent COVID-19 according to WHO guidelines.

She has published twenty-four books and six edited books in the field of Embedded Systems and Internet of Things with reputable publishers such as CRC / Taylor & Francis, Springer, Narosa, NIPA, River Publishers, Bentham Science, IGI Global, NOVA Science.

Dr Sachin Mishra, Associate Professor, School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab (India) received his B.Tech degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Dr. BR Ambedkar University, Agra; M.Tech Diploma in Control Systems from the Faculty of Engineering (formerly: MBM Engineering College), Jai Narian Vyas University, Jodhpur; and Ph.D. degree in renewable energy resources from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee; in 2003, 2007 and 2013 respectively. He has over 13 years of experience working in various environments, including education and research centers. He has published over 50 technical research articles in international and national journals, conferences and seminars. His current research interests are the integration of renewable energies, financial analysis of small hydropower, reliability engineering, modeling of renewable energy systems.

Dr Mohit Srivastava, professor, Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering at Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran, Mohali, Punjab received his B.Tech degree in Electronic and Communication Engineering from Magadh University, Bodh Gaya; M.Tech Diploma in Electronics and Digital Systems from KNIT Sultanpur; and Ph.D. degree in image processing and remote sensing from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee; in 2000, 2008 and 2013 respectively. He has over 18 years of experience working in various environments including industries, educational and research centers. He completed two projects funded by the IEDC (DST). He has published over 30 technical research articles in international and national journals, conferences and seminars. His current research interests are digital image and speech processing, remote sensing and their applications in land cover mapping and communication systems.

Keywords:

Barriers in India, Energy administration in India, IRES configurations, Energy, Graphical method, Renewable hybrid energy system, Integrated energy system, Solar, Small hydro, Wind, Remote sensing, Detection, Supervised classification.

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