Definition of conventional and non conventional energy
non conventional energy sources are those energy sources which are exposed to use from modern technologies advancements ; rather than the normal use of conventional fuels as energy sources like gas or oil
There is no absolute hard and fast definition. But I would say coal, oil, and natural gas, and hydro are conventional. Wind, solar, tidal, and biomass non-conventional. I'm not sure about nuclear.
Those not derived from petroleum or coal, such as solar engergy, wind energy.
No it is non conventional energy.
The difference between conventional and non conventional energy resources is that conventional energy resources are much more common. An example of a conventional energy resource would be oil, a non conventional energy resource would be solar power.
You don't. There is no difference in the type of energy, between the "conventional" and "non-conventional" types. What makes energy conventional or non-conventional is the SOURCE - a conventional source being one that has been used for a long time.
how convert conveniotional energy into non conventional energy
non conventional energy = renewable energy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renewable_energy
The need for non-conventional machining begins with the need for alternative energy sources. Non-conventional machining requires the use of alternative energy sources including thermal energy or solar energy.
Yes, but all the world's attention is on the reverse, the replacement of conventional energy by non-conventional, so I don't see the point of the question