TurboT I1, a students’ team from Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Karnataka chose Industries as their sector.
Within the industrial sector, maximizing day-lighting is one of the most efficient ways of reducing power consumption for lighting in large commercial /industrial buildings.
Hence they came up with an idea of auto-adjusting and positioning of light-sensitive roof panels to maximize day-lighting in buildings.
Who is Behind this Project?
The team is led by Mr. Kapil Singh and the team members are
- Kapil Singh
- Karan Arcot
- Kashish Agarwal
- Gurpreet Singh
What is the Project all about?
To develop a scaled-down model / prototype of a commercial / industrial building with self-adjusting roof panels to maximize day-lighting throughout the day. In addition, the model may use other techniques such as a light shelf to optimize natural lighting throughout the day.
- Measure the intensity of luminance of incident sunlight through a Digital light sensor
- Control the arbitrary tint of the electro chromic glass to maintain required intensity
- The light after refraction from the glass is incident on the reflective collector (light shelf)
- The light shelf redirects the light beam on the ceiling made of reflecting film, thus diffusing sunlight across the industry space
- Switch to artificial light during low sunlight/ weather forecast
What is the Uniqueness of the Solution?
- No direct intense beam of sunlight and heat radiation
- Intensity of day light required can be controlled
- Provides dust free isolated working environment
- Auto alignment of light shelf
- No flickering and glaring of day light
What is the Potential Market?
Can be targeted all commercial and residential buildings. Immediate market can be reached through civil contractors and architects.
Karan Arcot – 9916669988
Kashish Agarwal – 8971244703
Gurpreet Singh – 8197607359
Kapil Singh – email@example.com
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