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The ever increasing mismatch between the demand and supply of energy in general and electricity in particular, is posing challenges to farmers located in remote area. Scarcity of electricity coupled with the increasing inerrability of monsoon rains is forcing farmers to look at alternate fuels such as diesel for running irrigation pump sets. However, the cost of using diesel powering pump set for irrigation are often beyond the means of small and marginal farmers .Therefore the utilization of renewable energy become a crying need for today. Among different type of renewable sources, solar energy has great prospectus for utilization in electricity generation. Hence there is need to use solar pv system and environment friendly , low maintenance, solar photovoltaic system(SPV) provide new possibility for pumping irrigation water. The reading of maximum and minimum temperature were taken 30 minutes interval during sunshine period at both selected sites and analyzed.. during the morning session incident solar radiation minimum. So that resulting discharge from both the pump were minimum. From morning to afternoon pump discharge increase linearly as solar radiation increase. During the after session the incident solar radiation were maximum hence , the discharge of pump also maximum. After afternoon session pump discharge decrease of solar radiation decrease and found to be minimum at 5.00 pm. The analysis concludes that the pump discharge is directly proportional to incident solar radiation.
Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) pumping system, incident solar radiation
R. A. Pachore , S. E. Shinde "DERIVE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SOLAR RADIATION AND DISCHARGE IN SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 11 2019 Page 305-309
R. A. Pachore , S. E. Shinde "DERIVE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SOLAR RADIATION AND DISCHARGE IN SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 2(11)