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Design Feasibility of a New Fluid Vortex Energy Capturing System

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3 Author(s)
Byeong-Mun Song ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Baylor Univ., Waco, TX, USA ; Garner, B. ; Steinbach, S.

This paper presents a new fluid vortex energy capturing system from fluid water as an energy source. The proposed system is characterized for feasibility study on the possibility of the use of a renewal energy system. The system consists of a mechanical impeller, basin, induction pine, and power capturing devices. All components are designed by using computational fluid dynamics under fluid simulation. For validation, a small-scaled system is designed and tested. As a result, the proposed system captured power from the created vortex flow can be attained for 150 kW power in the full scaled system. The experimental results are present in this paper.

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Green Technologies Conference, 2010 IEEE

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15-16 April 2010

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