Impact of Green House Gases from Thermal Power Plants

Impact of Green House Gases from Thermal Power Plants

The current paper is about the design and construction of an industrial trolley that can be used to transport luggage or other objects from one location to another. A trolley is useful for moving various objects from one location to another in our everyday lives or even at work, depending on the situation. Trolleys may be made of plastic, metal, or wood, depending on what is being transported. The shape and scale of the trolley’s wheels will also differ depending on the type of ground it travels over and the work environment. Trollies are used to transport goods in shopping malls, airports, and factories. Passengers in airports use trollies to transport their luggage to the check-in counters. They can encounter higher weight issues at check-in, forcing them to pay an excess baggage fee or dispose of just a few essential things. At check-in, this causes an unpleasant and awkward situation. And if the passenger is elderly or a senior citizen, the situation becomes even more tense. In addition, a survey conducted at Muscat airport using a prepared questionnaire showed the need for significant improvements in current trollies in terms of luggage handling comfort, loading and unloading of luggage, and the need for luggage weight at the time of loading. In addition, many food and kitchen industries use trollies to collect and transport goods to stores after they have been weighed. The Arduino-based electronically controlled steerable trolley built here aims to resolve a few of these main issues by directly measuring the weight of the objects on the trolley and allowing for easy movement using battery power. AUTOCAD was used to build the trolley, and CREO V3 was used to perform a stress analysis on the structure. The fabrication is finished according to the specification and put through its paces.

Author (s) Details

K. Sujatha
EEE Department, Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-95, India.

Dr. R. Krishnakumar
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vels institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Chennai, India.

R. S. Ponmagal
CSE Department, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, India.

Dr. N. Jayachitra
Chemical Engg Department, Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-95, India.

Dr. Nallamilli. P. G. Bhavani
EEE Department, Meenakshi College of Engineering, Chennai, India.

B. Deepa Lakshmi
Department of ECE, Ramco Institute of Technology, India.

A. Raja
EEE Department, Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-95, India.

Mrs. B. Rengammal Sankari
EEE Department, Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-95, India.

Dr. V. Karthikeyan
EEE Department, Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-95, India.

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