|Title:||Design Of A Reversible Parallel Loading Shift Register|
|Keywords:||Parallel Loading Reversible Shift Registers, Reversible Flip-Flop, Garbage Output, Quantum Cost|
The island Kutubdia of Bangladesh is rich with both solar and wind energy resources. Local electricity generation infrastructure of Bangladesh Power Development Board is inadequate for the community of about I lac. To serve the telecommunication facilities among the people a Base Transceiver Station (BTS) is required to be installed at this remote island. Measured wind speed and predicted solar radiation show that there is a potential of a Wind-PV hybrid power system application. A hybrid power source could be reliable and cost effective, as the energy options compensate each other minima. The analysis shows that for a feasible and optimized Wind-PV-Battery system (comprised with 5 kW PV, 3pc WES Tulipo-5 wind turbine, 52pc Trojan T-105 battery and 2 kW converter) for a BTS, cost of electricity per kW is 22.78 Tk, in which 62% power comes from wind and the remaining from PV. The analysis was done using a simulation tool HOMER (Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric Renewables) developed by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), USA.