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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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Designs for hydrokinetic devices continue to evolve.
The most popular hydrokinetic device is the turbine.
Because these turbines are installed underwater, which is much denser than air, hydrokinetic turbines provide much more power than wind turbines at relatively low water current speeds.
"Creative control algorithms are also being sought to maximize the effects of waves on the hydrokinetic system without increasing its size in such a way that cost, manufacturability, and deployment logistics become prohibitive," Lennon said.
over all such hydrokinetic projects sited between three and twelve
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An efficient hydrokinetic turbine requires a minimum water current of 2 knots (1.028 m/s) for propelling the blades and generating electricity.
Alternate energy solutions with solar, wind power, biogas, geothermal, hydrokinetic and mini- hydel technologies are a relatively new phenomena but their scientific basis is well established since past several decades.
siting and approval of hydrokinetic energy projects was only recently
licensing agency for hydrokinetic energy and MMS will still have a role
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