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Creation of digital models of competitive products on the world market of alternative hydropower transforming the velocity field of natural currents or tides.

 

 

 

The name of the

Power

Unit price

 

Noise

Term of service

year

Scalability

Atlantis UK

1-2 MW

$12 000 / kW

100 DB

10

No

Open Hydro USA

1-2 MW

$ 10 000/ kW

50 DB

10

No

Tocardo NI

1-2 MW

$ 6 000/ kW

50 DB

10

Yes

Hydro Power Tower RU

1-2 MW

$ 8 500/ kW

5-10 DB

15

Yes

 

BASIC PARAMETERS OF THE BOTTOM HYDRORECTOR MODULE

Power

Water intake,

Turbine shaft

Øex.

Øin.

Weight,

Distance to water surface

Rotation frequency

Kw

m3/s

length, м

мм

м

kg

min.,m

rpm

3

0,12

0,54

110

0,33

56,8

0,1

280

5

0,21

0,51

110

0,58

136,4

0,5

270

10

0,42

0,82

120

0,57

197,16

0,5

370

15

0,62

0,96

180

0,69

220,21

0,5

300

20

1,2

1,09

160

0,76

257,68

0,5

322

30

1.2

1,16

180

0,94

287,75

0,5

260

40

1,5

0,94

180

1,06

330,24

1,5

330

50

1,9

1,51

180

1.18

356,87

0,5

210

60

2,5

1,01

160

1,35

387,96

1,0

300

75

1,6

0,95

160

1,11

420,7

1.5

350

100

3,8

1.29

300

1,74

445,27

1,5

250

200

7

1,63

350

2,26

659,35

2,5

200

250

8,8

1,82

450

2,56

970,56

2,5

175

300

10,3

2,01

365

2,73

11203,4

2,5

150

350

12,8

2,44

520

3,11

12407,5

1,5

130

400

13,9

2,44

380

3,21

13466,7

2,5

135

450

16,5

2,65

520

3,5

16819,5

1,5

120

1000

28

3,37

900

4,5

22317,6

3,0

100

 

 

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