KR101481093B1 - Floating Solar Power Generating System - Google Patents

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KR101481093B1
KR101481093B1 KR20140074207A KR20140074207A KR101481093B1 KR 101481093 B1 KR101481093 B1 KR 101481093B1 KR 20140074207 A KR20140074207 A KR 20140074207A KR 20140074207 A KR20140074207 A KR 20140074207A KR 101481093 B1 KR101481093 B1 KR 101481093B1
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    • B63B2035/4453Floating structures carrying electric power plants for converting solar energy into electric energy
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Abstract

The present invention relates to an eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system installed in a floating manner to be used for solar photovoltaic generation. More particularly, the present invention relates to an eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system in which an upper surface is inclined at a predetermined angle, A coupling float in which a fitting protrusion is formed at the upper end of a mold step and a vent hole is formed in the center in a vertical direction; A connecting float connecting the connecting floats spaced apart from each other to prevent a shadow from being formed in the connecting float, a concave / convex portion formed on an upper surface thereof, and a buoyancy groove formed in the bottom; A gasket having a fitting groove in which the fitting protrusion of the fitting float is slidably inserted at a lower end thereof and an insertion groove formed at a side face thereof; A solar cell module having both ends thereof inserted into the insertion groove of the gasket; A sensor module for sensing a flow velocity, a water level and a weather environment, and a control unit for receiving a signal from the sensor module. The system is simple and easy to integrate according to the construction site conditions such as power generation capacity and reservoir required in the field There is an effect that can be configured.

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{Floating Solar Power Generating System}

The present invention relates to an eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system, and more particularly, to an eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system that can be easily assembled and installed without affecting the aquatic environment, will be.

The photovoltaic device is a device for converting solar light directly into electric energy, and is realized by fixing a plurality of solar cell modules, each having a plurality of battery cells in series and in parallel, to a support. And there is no risk of depletion of raw materials, and thus it has attracted attention as a new energy source.

Particularly, as the electricity production efficiency of the solar cell module has recently increased and the manufacturing cost has decreased, many commercial solar power generation complexes capable of generating power in the megawatt unit using hundreds to thousands of solar cell modules have been developed .

This PV power generation is proportional to the installation area of the power generation facility under the same sunshine condition. Therefore, it is important to secure the construction site of the power generation facility, and it is difficult to secure the flat area where the sunshine time is secured, In order to solve the problems such as the controversy and the increase of the construction cost due to the land compensation cost, there have been increasing cases of building photovoltaic power generation facilities in the water reservoirs, lakes, rivers and dams.

By installing a photovoltaic power generation facility on the water surface, which is an idle site, the solar PV power generation facility can effectively utilize the land by effectively utilizing the installation space. In terms of domestic water resources, the area of the top 10 rivers is 74,697 km2, of which 1% is used for photovoltaic power generation, there is a potential to build a capacity of 74GW. The 31 dams operated by the Korea Water Resources Corporation, Sihwa Lake, It is a field rich in development potential to be able to construct 4,170 MW photovoltaic power generation facility even if only 5% of shared water surface such as construction reservoir and municipal sludge is used.

In addition, since the reservoir water surface has a lower radiant heat than the ground, it is possible to prevent the conversion efficiency from being lowered due to the temperature rise of the solar cell module, which has an advantage of relatively higher power generation efficiency. There is an effect of purifying water which reduces eutrophication.

However, there is a risk that the water PV system will not be immobilized compared with the land-based power generation facilities, and that there is a risk of flooding due to waves or waviness, drifting due to wind, Therefore, it is necessary to measure the weather conditions that cause flooding or drift, and to check the status of the power generation system based on the conventional land-based photovoltaic power generation monitoring and control system, and accordingly, a proper response system is needed.

Therefore, it is possible to easily and easily assemble and install the modules without affecting the reservoir environment, maintaining the stable state of the module assemblies even in a severe sleeping state, reducing the construction cost and shortening the construction period. There is a need for technology development that can save lives and solve the shortcomings.

Application No. 10-2013-0105995 (Registration No. 10-1377616, Name of Invention: Floating Maritime Structure for Photovoltaic Power Generation)

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above problems of the prior art, and it is an object of the present invention to provide an air conditioner which can quickly and easily assemble and install without affecting the water environment, An object of the present invention is to provide an environmentally-friendly water-state power generation system capable of quickly detecting and responding to abnormal conditions.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided an environmentally friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system, A coupling float having an upper surface inclined at an angle, a step-like step protrusion formed on an upper side and a lower side of the upper surface, a protrusion protruding from the upper end of the step-like step, and a vent hole penetrating through the center in a vertical direction; A connecting float connecting the connecting floats spaced apart from each other to prevent a shadow from being formed in the connecting float, a concave / convex portion formed on an upper surface thereof, and a buoyancy groove formed in the bottom; A gasket having a fitting groove in which the fitting protrusion of the fitting float is slidably inserted at a lower end thereof and an insertion groove formed at a side face thereof; A solar cell module having both ends thereof inserted into the insertion groove of the gasket; A sensor module for detecting a flow velocity, a water level, a weather environment, and the like, and a control unit receiving a signal from the sensor module.

Here, the first and second coupling rings may be provided at corner portions of the side surface of the coupling float, and a second coupling ring may be provided at each corner of the side surface of the coupling float. The first coupling ring and the second coupling ring may be fixed to the fixing bolt The fixing nut is tightened to the fixing bolt to connect the coupling float and the connection float.

A first inlet port and a second inlet port are formed at one side of the combined float and at one side of the connecting float, respectively, for injecting cold-resistant reinforcement into the combined float internal space.

According to the eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system of the present invention configured as described above, the connection float provided with the solar cell module can be easily connected to the connection float, so that it can be easily and easily installed according to the construction site conditions such as power generation capacity and reservoir required in the field There is an advantage that an integrated system can be constructed. Since the assembly is simple, the construction period can be shortened and the construction cost can be reduced.

In addition, there is an advantage that it is possible to contribute to improvement of the power generation efficiency by convenient maintenance by connecting the connecting floats provided with the solar cell module to the connecting float serving as a scaffold.

In addition, since the combined float and the connecting float, which are combined with the solar cell module, are connected to each other in the form of overlapping and intersecting, they are firmly fixed even in extreme situations such as strong winds and waves, There is an advantage that long-term operation can be performed.

In addition, since the combined float, the connecting float, and the solar cell module block the sunlight, there is an advantage that evaporation of the water stored in the reservoir can be reduced and the growth rate of the water plants and algae can be slowed down.

In addition, since the sensor module and the control unit can quickly identify occurrence of an abnormal state of the system such as flooding due to waves or waviness and drifting by the wind, there is an advantage of contributing to stable operation of the power generation facility and improvement of power generation efficiency.

FIGS. 1A and 1B are a perspective view and a side view showing a combined float of an eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention;
FIG. 2A and FIG. 2B are views showing connection floats of the environmentally friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention;
FIGS. 3A and 3B are views showing a float platform of an eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention;
FIGS. 4A and 4B are views showing a gasket and a solar cell module installed on a combined float of the environmentally-friendly water-state power generation system according to the present invention.
5 is a view showing a connecting portion between a connecting float and a connecting float of the eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention.
6 is a simplified view of a sensor module and a control unit of the eco-friendly water-state photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention.
FIG. 7 and FIG. 8 are views showing an environmentally-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention installed on a waterfront.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, embodiments of an eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIGS. 1A and 1B are a perspective view and a side view showing a combined float of the environmentally-friendly water-state power generation system according to the present invention. FIGS. 2A and 2B are views showing connection floats of the environmentally- FIGS. 3A and 3B illustrate a float platform of the eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention.

FIGS. 4A and 4B are views showing a gasket and a solar cell module installed on a combined float of the environmentally friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention. FIG. 5 is a cross- FIG. 6 is a simplified view of a sensor module and a control unit of the eco-friendly water-state power generation system according to the present invention.

7 and 8 are views showing a state in which an eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention is installed on an aquaplane.

The eco-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention is installed in a water tank such as a lake, a reservoir, and the sea to be used for solar power generation, and includes a plurality of combined floats 10, A connecting float 20, a gasket 30 installed in the combined float 10, a solar cell module 40 installed in the gasket 30, a water environment in which the water- And a controller 60 for receiving a signal from the sensor module 50. The sensor module 50 includes a sensor module 50,

The combined float 10 is made of plastic (HDPE, PP or the like) which is strong against ultraviolet rays and corrosion and has excellent durability and is formed by blow molding and has buoyancy that can be floated on the water surface by forming an empty space therein.

The combined float 10 is formed such that its top surface is inclined at a predetermined angle, its overall shape is similar to a hexahedron, and each corner portion is rounded to minimize collision interference with wave waves.

The coupling float 10 has stepped protrusions 11 protruding upward and downward from the upper surface thereof, a first coupling ring 12 at the corner corner of the side surface, and a vent hole 13 formed at the center As well as a first injection port 14 is formed on one side surface.

The step-like step 11 is formed in the shape of a step as shown in the figure, but the shape of the step-like step 11 is not limited to the step shape. The top surface of the bonding float 10 and the bottom surface of the solar cell module 40 It may be a form that is spaced by a certain distance. The step float 10 and the solar cell module 40 are spaced apart from each other by the stepped step 11 by a predetermined distance so that air is introduced into the space and the heat generated by the solar cell module 40 And cooling efficiency can be prevented from lowering.

At the upper end of the step-like step 11, the fitting protrusions 15 are protruded.

The fitting protrusion 15 has a shape similar to that of the alphabet 'T', and the gasket 30 is slidably fitted into the fitting protrusion 15. When the gasket 30 is fitted in the fitting protrusion 15, the gasket 30 is not separated from the fitting protrusion 15 in the upward direction.

The first coupling rings 12 are formed at the side edge portions of the coupling float 10, so that a total of four coupling rings 12 are formed.

The air hole 13 is formed in a shape close to an elliptical shape so as to penetrate the combined float 10 in the vertical direction and the air introduced through the air hole 13 is communicated with the upper surface of the combined float 10, (40) to cool the solar cell module (40). The vent hole 13 also serves to reduce shaking of the combined float 10 due to a swell or a wave.

The first injection port 14 is formed on one side of the coupling float 10 and is formed to inject a cold resistance enhancer or the like into the inner space of the combined float 10 according to the water environment of the installation site.

The connection float 20 connects between the bonding floats 10 disposed so as to be spaced apart from each other and is formed by blow molding with a material resistant to ultraviolet rays and corrosion and having excellent durability such as HDPE and PP, So as to have buoyancy that can float above the water surface.

The connecting float 20 has a general shape similar to a hexahedron, and a portion contacting with water is rounded to minimize the resistance.

The connecting float 20 has a concave / convex portion 21 formed on the top surface thereof, a buoyancy groove 22 formed on the bottom surface thereof, a second injection port 23 formed on one side surface thereof, 2 coupling rings 24 are provided.

The concavo-convex portion 21 is formed to prevent slippage and to facilitate water dropping.

The buoyant grooves 22 are formed at a predetermined depth on the bottom surface of the connecting float 20 to help the connecting float 20 float well on the water surface.

The second injection port 23 is formed on one side of the connection float 20 and is formed for injecting a cold resistance enhancer or the like into the internal space of the connection float 20 according to the water environment of the installation site.

The second coupling rings 24 are formed at the side edge portions of the connection float 20, four in total.

The first float 12 of the float 10 and the second float 24 of the float 20 are connected to each other by the connecting float 10 and the connecting float 20, A fixing nut N is fastened to the end of the fixing bolt B after the fixing bolt B passes through the first and second coupling rings 12 and 24. Of course, a washer W may be additionally provided. As a result, the combined float 10 and the connecting float 20 are strongly connected without being separated by an external force.

The gasket 30 is made of EPDM rubber, has elasticity, and acts as an intermediary for connecting the joining float 10 and the solar cell module 40.

The bottom of the gasket 30 is formed with a fitting groove 31 into which the fitting protrusion 15 of the combining float 10 is slidably inserted and an insertion groove 32 are formed.

Since the fitting protrusion 15 should be slidably inserted into the fitting groove 31, the shape of the fitting protrusion 15 takes the form of an alphabet 'T' like the fitting protrusion 15.

The insertion groove 32 serves to fix both ends of the solar cell module 40 to the solar cell module 40.

The solar cell module 40 produces electricity from solar light, and both ends of the solar cell module 40 are fixed to the gasket 30.

Meanwhile, the environment-friendly water-based photovoltaic power generation system according to the present invention can control the installation scale by adjusting the number of installed float 10, connecting float 20, gasket 30, and solar cell module 40.

More specifically, the present invention comprises a connecting float 20 and two connecting floats 10 connected to the connecting float 20, four gaskets 30 installed in the two connecting floats 10, And two solar battery modules 40 installed in the two combined floats 10 are constituted by one float set and two float sets are connected by one connecting float 20 to form one float platform And the plurality of float platforms are connected in the horizontal direction to expand the facility.

Further, when forming the float platform, two float sets are spaced apart by a certain distance, and two float sets are fixed by connecting one connection float 20 to the connection float 20 included in the float set. The connection method of such a float set can be confirmed through FIGS. 3A to 3B.

The sensor module 50 is installed in the float platform to monitor and control an abnormal condition of the power generation system. The sensor module 50 includes various sensors and sensor nodes such as a flow rate sensor, a water level sensor, a tension sensor, a tilt sensor, a position sensor, a weather sensor, and the like capable of sensing abnormal conditions such as breakage, immersion, . The controller 60 receives the signal sensed by the sensor module 50 and grasps the state of the float platform.

10: combine float 11: stepped step
12: first engagement ring 13: vent hole
14: first inlet 15:
20: connection float 21: concave / convex portion
22: Buoyant groove 23: Second inlet
24: second engagement ring 30: gasket
31: fitting groove 32: insertion groove
40: solar cell module 50: sensor module
60:

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  1. It is installed in the waterfront to float and used in solar power generation,
    An upper float 10 is sloped at an angle and a step-like step 11 is protruded on the upper and lower sides of the upper surface, and a fitting protrusion 15 protrudes from the upper end of the step-like step 11;
    A connecting float (20) connecting between the coupled floats (10) arranged so as to be spaced apart from each other;
    A gasket 30 having a fitting groove 31 to which the fitting protrusion 15 of the combining float 10 is slidably inserted at a lower end and an insertion groove 32 formed at a side surface thereof;
    And a solar cell module (40) having both ends thereof slidably inserted into the insertion groove (32) of the gasket (30).
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    A first engaging loop 12 is provided at a side corner of the engaging float 10 and a second engaging loop 24 is provided at a corner of a side face of the connecting float 20,
    The fixing nut N is fastened to the fixing bolt B after the fixing bolt B passes through the first coupling ring 12 and the second coupling ring 24 and is connected to the coupling float 10 And a float (20) is connected to the ground.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    And a ventilation hole (13) penetrating in the vertical direction is formed at the center of the combined float (10).
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    And an uneven portion (21) is formed on an upper surface of the connecting float (20).
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    And a buoyancy groove (22) is formed on a bottom surface of the connection float (20).
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein a first inlet (14) is formed at one side of the bonding float (10) for injecting a cold-resistant reinforcement into the inner space of the bonding float (10).
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein a second inlet (23) is formed in one side of the connecting float (20) for injecting a cold-resistant reinforcement into the inner space of the connecting float (20).
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    One connecting float 20 and two connecting floats 10 connected to the one connecting float 20 and two solar cell modules 40 provided on the connecting float 10 are constituted by one float set,
    Wherein two float sets are connected to one connection float (20) to form one float platform, and a plurality of float platforms are connected in a horizontal direction.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    A sensor module (50) installed in the float platform;
    And a control unit (60) for receiving a signal from the sensor module (50) and determining a state of the float platform.
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