In Tyumen, learned how to produce electricity using small rivers


Get power from the low-water rivers of low pressure will soon be in Tyumen. Scientists have created a model of TyumGASU power generator. Voltage electricity the same — 220 V, but can be commercially significant power up to 10 times greater than the hydraulic turbine. Analogues of this model in the world no.

Just 25 meters in length, a concept model is located in the tourist complex "Southern", 80 km from Tyumen. The experimental setup includes linear generators, designed by scientists manually rectifier unit, controller, Inventor, energy storage. As a result, found a new and alternative method for converting the energy of low-pressure water streams. 

"Today, even the most ideal turbine with an efficiency approaching unity, can not take away a lot of power with low-water rivers because of the physical processes taking place in it. Our energy conversion method allows for a short period of time to get out of a small flow of significant power. We can develop those threads that today were not involved in terms of electricity generation, such as wastewater treatment plants, "- says the author of a research project, PhD, Professor, Department of Water Supply and Sanitation TyumGASU Victor Mironov.

Discharged into the pond water also has a certain energy. Viktor claims that this useful power can also be converted to electrical energy. Thanks to innovative technology, researchers can generate and heat. The plans to build a pilot Tyumen scientists generating station on one of the rivers of the Urals.

The team of professionals and researchers included the author of the project, Professor Victor Mironov, Ph.D., professor, Yury Nekrasov, Ph.D., associate professor and assistant Nicholas Proskuryakov Yudakov Arthur and Andrew Stulen. Creating the installation was made possible thanks to the financial support of the general director of "Holding Mega" Vladimir Nikiforov.

Recall, Tyumen discovery was one of three winners of the contest of innovative projects in the field of generation and accumulation of electricity and heat in the fund "Skolkovo". At the end of September last year in Moscow was presented 85 works from 27 cities of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

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