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01-04-2016 :

Can energy be reused ?

If a tank full of water is placed in the front of a table fan, ripples are formed. When the depth is increased the amplitude of the ripples will also aggrevate and at a point, converts to waves. Now, if some wave energy converters are installed in the face of the wave, electricity can be produced. In this way the energy expended in running the fan is reused to produce electricity from the converters. How much feasible this approach of reuse will be is certainly arguable but still the potential of energy reuse have substantial benefits if economical optimality can be achieved.....mmaj.

Wave Energy - Energy Reuse - Research Idea

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01-04-2016 :

In a recent report by CSIRO it was announced that energy from ocean waves can power the entire Melbourne city in the year of 2050. According to Alex Wonhas, the director of CSIRO's Energy Transformed Flagship waves can satisfy 10 per cent of Australia's future energy needs by 2050 which is equal to the power required to run the city of Melbourne.(Source : http://www.aquagen.com.au/press/latest-news)...mmaj

Wave Energy - Research News - CSIRO

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01-04-2016 :

Kymogen

A new wave energy converter is invented by David Hartmann and Craftsman Jason Ballash which weighs an estimated 800 lbs,can output 2 hp from as little as 12 inch waves and 8hp in 4 foot waves. Larger versions can generate substantially more in rougher waters. The approximate average output per day is 25 to 100 kilowatt hours. (View the video)...mmaj

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