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Title: Ocean Waves Hydro-Electric Power Station using a Gravitational Electrical Generator on Magnetic Fluid Cushion
Published In: RECENT ADVANCES in ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMICS and TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Development, Energy, Environment, Economics (DEEE '13), Paris, France October 29-31, 2013
Description: After a short introduction in the general problem of capturing the energy of the ocean waves the paper describes the hydro-electric power station based on the gravitational electrical generator on magnetic fluid cushion. This is constructed from a permanent magnet in a magnetic fluid shell, which, under the action of the ocean waves, is moving by translation inside a hermetically sealed tube. The transformation of the kinetic energy of this permanent magnet in electrical energy is possible using some electrical coils placed in the exterior of the tube and connected in an electrical circuit described in the paper. We present a possible way of placing the gravitational generator on the waves and a comparison of this energetic system with similar ones.
ISBN: 978-960-474-343-8
ISSN: 2227-4588
Publication year: 2013
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Authors: POPA Nicolae Calin ,
Type: International Conference Proceedings
Laboratory: Rheology Laboratory
Institution: UPT