This is a simple method of capturing the energy of waves in places where the pressure head is low but kinetic energy of the water is significant. On sea shores, lake shores or banks of rivers,
The Waternet (How to prevent the world from a water war)
(English is not my native language.)
Because of global warming, it will become more and more difficult to get pure water. The polar ice liquefaction, the evaporation of tropical seas will generate more floods and water pollution.
A thermal storage technology which enables the instantaneous generation of electricity, cooling and heat whenever it is needed, for use in the home, industry and power grids, etc.
For decades the science community has been trying to store energy and has been concentrating on doing this within electrical batteries.
Thin Film Photovoltaic Dynamic Wind Turbine Blade
The innovation consists of wind turbine blades that dynamically optomize peak performance of a wind turbine with the use of thin film photovoltaic technologies, solar energy and a computer controlled analysis program of wind conditions.
The thermoelectric effect is a reversible effect that allows the direct conversion between thermal energy and electric energy, without any intermediate step. This effect plays a key role in sensing, in generating electricity and cooling. The first examples of thin film thermoelectric devices are currently entering the market.
THE “APPARATUS FOR THE CONTAINMENT OF NUCLEAR MELTDOWN DEBRIS” depends in part upon a unique corrugated Transparent Aluminum alloy “Slam-Dome” that is mounted over a super-plastic-lined, 16-sided, reinforced concrete,
WDL has designed & developed a turbo-expander. This is used in a boosted IC engine to reduce the charge air temperature below ambient temperature. This in turn improves engine performance, fuel economy and emissions.
To be effective, a turbo-expander needs a high effciency turbine.
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