hydrokinetics


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hydrokinetics

[′hī·drə·kə′ned·iks]
(fluid mechanics)
The study of the forces produced by a liquid as a consequence of its motion.
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A typical individual micro hydrokinetic turbine can generate from five to 25 kW of power.
Other than the rivers, there are various sites located along Jinnah, Chashma, Taunsa, and Guddu barrages that have individual capacities of generating about 10 MW of electricity using hydrokinetic energy extraction methods.
An efficient hydrokinetic turbine requires a minimum water current of 2 knots (1.
Free Flow Power is a clean renewable energy company focusing on hydropower, hydrokinetic and hydro pumped storage as reliable, cost-effective sources of electricity and grid stability.
He said it is important to realize that hydrokinetics is a relatively young field compared to combustion-engine technology which has, for example, gone through a century of development and improvement to achieve its current state.
This type of interdisciplinary engineering and environmental analysis is at the forefront of identifying potential environmental impacts of hydrokinetics and mitigating them through engineering design.
I don't think there is a negative with this kind of hydrokinetic energy and wave-generating device.
It doesn't have the same capacity as a hydrokinetic device that dams up a river," he said.
FPA for hydrokinetic projects begins from the baseline and extends out
integrated and inclusive hydrokinetic licensing process if FERC will be
energy, and all hydrokinetic energy (including tidal), vary.
siting and approval of hydrokinetic energy projects was only recently