Analysis of wind energy potential and wind energy development to evaluate performance of wind turbine installation in Bali, Indonesia

  • Nyoman Ade Satwika Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya
  • R. Hantoro Department of Engineering Physics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember 60111 Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia, Phone: +6281337188263
  • E. Septyaningrum Department of Engineering Physics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember 60111 Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia, Phone: +6281337188263
Keywords: Energy sustainability, Wind energy, wind turbine, wind average probability, wind power density

Abstract

In recent years, Wind power generation in Indonesia is no longer a new issue. Indonesia has average velocity from 2 m/s  to 7 m/s. With the characteristic it, Indonesia is suitable for small (10 kW) and medium wind turbine installation (10-100 kW. Based on the monitoring data from meteorological, climatological, and geophysical agency (BMKG), the average wind velocity in Bali is 2 m/s – 5m/s, hence Bali has potential to development and utilization the source for wind turbine installation, There are four stations of BMKG in Bali, which each station is supervise the region. Weibull distribution has been represented on this research to calculate and determine the probability of the each of region to know the availibility of the source. Literally,  Jembrana station has the lowest availability of power available from the district and cities in Bali, with 0-0.2 W/m2, compared with some districts and cities in Bali, with wind density power between 0-2.88 W/m2 and also the KHK station has the highest probabiity of wind velocity than the other regions. Reconstruction design had been done, with basic data from probability in Bali. The result shows that the redesign of wind turbine give an effective power to extract the wind source.

Published
2019-03-28
How to Cite
Satwika, N., Hantoro, R., & Septyaningrum, E. (2019). Analysis of wind energy potential and wind energy development to evaluate performance of wind turbine installation in Bali, Indonesia. Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Sciences, 13(1), 4461-4476. https://doi.org/10.15282/jmes.13.1.2019.09.0379