Publication Type:

Journal Article


Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications, Springer Verlag, Volume 385, p.115-123 (2016)





Coimbatore city, Energy crisis, energy policy, Geographic information systems, Intelligent systems, Renewable energies, Smart cities, Transmission grids, Water distributions, Water supply systems, Watergems, Wind potential, Wind power


<p>Wind energy harvest mainly resides on the place where the trapping of wind energy is efficient along with a self-sustained transmission grid. It becomes a compete source of renewable energy and a proper Geographic Information System (GIS) is required for mapping. This paper employs such techniques for the identification of wind potential area along with the pavement of the transmission grid in Avinashi taluk of Tamil Nadu. This helps in the potential identification of the wind farm installation place, there by solving the energy crisis in Avinashi. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016.</p>


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Cite this Research Publication

G. Pa Kumar, Dr. Geetha Srikanth, and Shanmugasundaram, G. Ab, “Real time water utility model using GIS: A case study in Coimbatore district”, Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications, vol. 385, pp. 115-123, 2016.