R&D of new renewable ocean energy sources Hydro Power Tower.
- May 16, 2020 2:56 pm GMT
The goal of my research is to develop a power unit a new renewable source of ocean energy Hydro Power Tower for underwater HPP that is able to efficiently convert the kinetic energy of the currents creating an artificial solitons in the water flow horizon. The unit consists of a vortex turbine in a two-phase hyperbolic housing, a distributor, a multiplier, a collector and a permanent magnet generator with the effect of levitation. Underwater hydroelectric power stations are formed from blocks in a non-linear series downstream on the bottom or afloat. Thus, without disturbing the environment and taking into account the high capacity of the station and its protection from harsh ocean climatic conditions, it is possible to provide power supply to marine industrial infrastructure, including floating oil platforms, electric vessels and other devices.
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