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00:00 – Lecture 11Energy From Flowing Water
00:08 – The Big OnesFlowing Water
00:27 –
00:28 – The Big OnesFlowing Water
01:55 –
02:21 – Energy From Flowing Water
03:26 –
04:55 – Hampden, Maine 1982-1997Elements Power Company/Maine Energy PartnerSouadabsacook Stream Hydro PlantGenerated 700,000 – 1,000,000 kwh per year Passive Solar/Superinsulated * Composting Toilet * Rainwater harvesting * solar hot water * Interior constructed wetland to treat waste water * Local Lumber * Captured waste heat from generator *
06:49 –
10:34 – How A Generator Works
11:19 –
11:22 – Example:Missisippi river Minneapolis elevation 840 feetSt Louis elevation 535 feetFlood of 1993: 1.08 million cubic feet @St LouisPower=535*1,000,000*.9/11.8 =40,000 mw(40-50 large coal or nuclear plants)
11:24 –
14:22 – Example:Missisippi river Minneapolis elevation 840 feetSt Louis elevation 535 feetFlood of 1993: 1.08 million cubic feet @St LouisPower=535*1,000,000*.9/11.8 =40,000 mw(40-50 large coal or nuclear plants)
14:34 – Ex. Rooftop Hydro
14:36 – Example:Missisippi river Minneapolis elevation 840 feetSt Louis elevation 535 feetFlood of 1993: 1.08 million cubic feet @St LouisPower=535*1,000,000*.9/11.8 =40,000 mw(40-50 large coal or nuclear plants)
14:55 –
14:58 – Example:Missisippi river Minneapolis elevation 840 feetSt Louis elevation 535 feetFlood of 1993: 1.08 million cubic feet @St LouisPower=535*1,000,000*.9/11.8 =40,000 mw(40-50 large coal or nuclear plants)
16:22 – Ex. Rooftop Hydro
16:29 – Example:Missisippi river Minneapolis elevation 840 feetSt Louis elevation 535 feetFlood of 1993: 1.08 million cubic feet @St LouisPower=535*1,000,000*.9/11.8 =40,000 mw(40-50 large coal or nuclear plants)
16:29 – Ex. Rooftop Hydro
18:56 –
20:10 – Bucket Method of Calculating Water Flow
24:12 –
27:16 – Low Head Equipment
27:18 –
27:28 – Low Head Equipment
27:29 –
28:24 – Low Head Equipment
28:25 –
33:50 – High Head Equipment
33:52 –
36:41 – Sparhawk Mill – Yarmouth Maine
37:14 –
41:47 – Oakland Mills
42:57 –
43:00 – The marine environment stores enough energy in the form of heat, currents, waves and tides to meet total world wide demand for power many times over.
43:16 –
44:31 – Wave Power PotentialThe worldwide wave power resource potential is huge. Future Energy Solutions highlight that the global power potential has been estimated to be around 8,000-80,000TWh/y (1-10TW), which is the same order of magnitude as world electrical energy consumption. The best wave climates, with annual average power levels between 20-70 kW/m of wave front or higher, are found in the temperate zones (30-60 degrees latitude) where strong storms occur. However, attractive wave climates are also found within +30 degrees latitude where regular trade winds blow, the lower power levels being compensated by the smaller wave power variability. Figure 1 shows the annual mean wave height around the UK, highlighting the areas with the most potential for energy extraction.
45:09 –
45:10 – Wave Power PotentialThe worldwide wave power resource potential is huge. Future Energy Solutions highlight that the global power potential has been estimated to be around 8,000-80,000TWh/y (1-10TW), which is the same order of magnitude as world electrical energy consumption. The best wave climates, with annual average power levels between 20-70 kW/m of wave front or higher, are found in the temperate zones (30-60 degrees latitude) where strong storms occur. However, attractive wave climates are also found within +30 degrees latitude where regular trade winds blow, the lower power levels being compensated by the smaller wave power variability. Figure 1 shows the annual mean wave height around the UK, highlighting the areas with the most potential for energy extraction.
45:57 –
49:15 – Hydraulic Ram Pump
51:30 – How Hydraulic Ram Pumps Work

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