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Turbulent VORTEX Demonstration

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In this video you can see the full installation process of our new vortex turbines. They are easy to install even by unskilled workers. As soon as you pop in the CORE component with the turbine and generator, the turbine can be filled with water and will generate energy 24/7 from rivers and canals with low height differences. No maintenance, dirt, sand, mud, leaves, small debris,... everything passes through. Fish can also pass this turbine downstream without being harmed. Our turbines are designed with pressure variations 10X lower than the limit of fishfriendly design. In the future we're planning to make these turbines ALSO passable in the upstream direction.

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Oct 9, 2017

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James Fullerton
James Fullerton 17 days ago
so when the fish are mad the fish is frendy XD IOL
Kianna Laurin
Kianna Laurin 17 days ago
You need to test it first and then you can try it
ももか
ももか Month ago
新しいおもちゃかな??←
Rumple Stiltskin
Power 300 homes using one 10 watt light bulb (LED)
Path Ray
Path Ray 2 months ago
Can u please mention which animation software is used to make this videos.
Stefun R
Stefun R 2 months ago
the same but 10 times smaller. would that be possible?
千葉鉄道
千葉鉄道 2 months ago
高評価チャンネル登録しました
dafa fun game
dafa fun game 2 months ago
Bagus ni buat pembqngkit
NGUYEN DUY KHANH
NGUYEN DUY KHANH 2 months ago
If using system here only one light i think.....
Joemarie Valdevia
Joemarie Valdevia 2 months ago
Dax Wolfinger
Dax Wolfinger 3 months ago
cOOL
まちゃみまちゃみ
普通に川と水路の入り口に網つければ、魚も石も入らないからいいんじゃない?
Nicole Lassalle
Nicole Lassalle 3 months ago
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Agita Gra
Agita Gra 3 months ago
😍😍😍😍
Agita Gra
Agita Gra 3 months ago
😍
Darryl Bass
Darryl Bass 3 months ago
How fast most the water be flowing for this to work?
Józek Korba
Józek Korba 3 months ago
Fish ?
LIGHTING YOUR LIFE
LIGHTING YOUR LIFE 3 months ago
Skittles Machine 15,999,999$
Aaron Mauldin
Aaron Mauldin 4 months ago
Would it be better if there was like a screen at the beginning so that fish or rocks can not get in?
HighclassFrankie
HighclassFrankie 4 months ago
What if I’m swimming and I get caught in the turbine
ElFlechero
ElFlechero 4 months ago
Dam, that's a good idea
Vincent Girvan
Vincent Girvan 4 months ago
About 5 minutes till it’s filled with shit and stops working
Jack Benimble
Jack Benimble 4 months ago
We have salmon size of grown men... You're telling me, a grown man sized fish can navigate that turbine unscathed? Yeah right.
Boco Corwin
Boco Corwin 5 months ago
I'm glad the cartoon fish is ok
bean soup
bean soup 5 months ago
test it now
Ankit Gupta
Ankit Gupta 5 months ago
My only question here is why this thing hasn't been utilized on a mass scale yet.. Can someone answer?
Vikas Vikas
Vikas Vikas 5 months ago
Vikas
danny trials
danny trials 5 months ago
Good idea! Release the river!
MrDDDaveDD
MrDDDaveDD 5 months ago
Soooo a fish can go threw, what if a person falls in... Messy
BARDO
BARDO 6 months ago
1:00 still alive....fish be like "WTF just happend!?"
Austin Butler
Austin Butler 6 months ago
Now are we sure that the fish can make it through this blender completely unharmed?
Samuel T
Samuel T 6 months ago
I thought this was going to show something real. Anything looks good in animation, but in real life... Hard to believe a paint job would make everything okay again.
Gary Bea
Gary Bea 6 months ago
Another "solar roadways" scam.
Josh Lewis
Josh Lewis 6 months ago
Fish: "what the hell, did I just get laid"?
PixelSnake7
PixelSnake7 6 months ago
This is such a lie, incoming failed kickstart?
TechnoGuz GD
TechnoGuz GD 6 months ago
Everyday, we stray closer to god
Clarence Carr
Clarence Carr 6 months ago
Oh look it got clogged.
Mark Burkey
Mark Burkey 6 months ago
I want to go on the dam tour and get some dam bait.
Dan Crabtree
Dan Crabtree 6 months ago
seems like a huge investment for a small return... I don't think this thing could power my house, let alone, 300
fib notnow
fib notnow 6 months ago
How is any vortex not turbulent?
carlos coldman
carlos coldman 6 months ago
this is the next generation problems . i dont care .
Sierra Whiskey
Sierra Whiskey 6 months ago
>power to 300 homes I loled.
Steven Bearden
Steven Bearden 6 months ago
Could be really small homes maybe? Like tent forts under the dining room table?
Invalid571
Invalid571 6 months ago
I'm not an engineer but what if sand or very small debris is deposited in the turbine? That'd increase the friction and lower your power output. Edit: That seems unsolvable to me unless you install a filter for the water that enters your canal. But that also means no fish in the canal.
100 Subscribers With Virginity And No Videos
do it on the other side
Guilherme
Guilherme 6 months ago
This is the future!
Stony Rain
Stony Rain 6 months ago
I’d love to see these in waterstreams near me
Mike of Indy
Mike of Indy 6 months ago
It's a motor . It WILL break down
SpyroTDragon
SpyroTDragon 6 months ago
Fishies are dizzy.
colefrick
colefrick 6 months ago
“Put the earth back” lol
Borat Alabama
Borat Alabama 6 months ago
Только зачем генератор помещать под воду? Вынести на валу на вершину колодца, как делают на больших ГЭСах.
MAGNUS LOKKHORN
MAGNUS LOKKHORN 6 months ago
The science is in...any and all developement is bad for the health of waterways and this contraption is no different. If you want to be "green" help promote stream and river corridor riparian buffers.... but there is no money in leaving rivers in their natural, buffered by trees and vegetation, state. So I'm guessing we will continue to make blatantly unwise decisions regarding waterways.
R4C00N
R4C00N 6 months ago
Why da fuq did I watch this I'm 12 IDC about this shit
simplydoz
simplydoz 7 months ago
Why did you say there would be a positive social outcome?
william badovinac
william badovinac 7 months ago
Sewage, fertilizer and chemical dumping will keep it lubricated
西村昌
西村昌 7 months ago
プールの水じゃあるまいし、こんなもの1週間で詰まって動かなくなるだろうに…
Дмитрий Зайцев
тащемта идея не нова. Чрезвычайно успешно реализовывалась сразу после войны в СССР (Белоруссия, ССРЛ, ЛССР, УССР, западные области РСФСР). Сейчас реализуется в Польше и на Украине на деньги Евросоюза.
Don Nebes
Don Nebes 7 months ago
Maybe design this into the bottom of a toilet. There is always water going down there, and, if a fish can get through, well,,,,,,,,,,,,
Taser Tag
Taser Tag 7 months ago
Fake, the trees were paid actors.
Brian Schmitz
Brian Schmitz 7 months ago
Awesome. How do I put one in my back yard?
Glazeatr0n 12345
Glazeatr0n 12345 7 months ago
Why am I watching this at 3AM?
ghost307
ghost307 7 months ago
What resolution is this?6 dpi??
Christopher Jon Martin
Cool idea...
bickdick gamer
bickdick gamer 7 months ago
Why tf I got this recommended
Carter Guffey
Carter Guffey 7 months ago
Don't really care too much about this, but the song is an absolute bop.
SJB
SJB 7 months ago
Then the baby ducklings get sucked into the current and churned up by that thing 🙂
matthew willson
matthew willson 7 months ago
If the energy gained out ways the cost, maintenance and energy to produce the components then it's a no brainer really
Jacobae de master
Jacobae de master 7 months ago
What about big fish
GamingSmartVideos
GamingSmartVideos 7 months ago
Great demonstration! But I've never heard of this before... Why is this in my recommended?
Francesco Bargagni
Francesco Bargagni 7 months ago
I'm no scientist, but this looks to me just another futuristic project done without considering the most basic principles of practicality. The concept itself is quite good and I personally would prefer to stick with it rather than with nuclear power, but: What about incoming dirt and bigger debris that surely will accumulate in the system, causing the turbine to get clogged at the first chance? We would have to stop the water flowing in to be able to clean the turbine, which means disrupting the electrical forniture from that station (300 houses plunged in the dark lol). Fishes passing through it? Are you sure? I wouldn't count on it so much, and even if it worked, well good luck with it, be prepared for a mass hysteria attack from animalist associations.
Red Queen
Red Queen 7 months ago
the door seems usefull to stop water and repair the generator. For the debris, like for hydrolic dam, they probably use grilling and others filters. And, to avoid disruption, made a power gride like in europe.
Raditz Sayayin
Raditz Sayayin 7 months ago
More believable than gravity and dark matter. Bring on the practical tests. Then there might be some faith put into this tech.
tont05
tont05 7 months ago
Путен сосайт
Marc Frank
Marc Frank 7 months ago
not installing it would have had a better impact on the environment
MowBizzare
MowBizzare 7 months ago
How did I get here and why am I watching this?
Lenny
Lenny 7 months ago
In what way would this ever have a positive environmental impact? Seems like they're just throwing random words out there to make it sound better
LaGuerre19
LaGuerre19 7 months ago
That fish that got through the impeller? It was convicted of killing 7 families in cold blood just yesterday. Way to go, impeller. Maybe this universe/timeline would've been better off if you just kept doing what you do best: shreddin' fish into fish food. Aesop's moral: you do you
Gabriel Moreno
Gabriel Moreno 7 months ago
its all fine and dandy until heavy rains flood the area XD or erosion weakens concrete.
crom2626
crom2626 7 months ago
How are fish able to swim UPSTREAM? You know... like to spawn?
Malloriak
Malloriak 7 months ago
Is it implemented in reallife?
Geordie Boyack-bridgman
If i fish can swim through it must not be going very fast meaning stuff all power being produced
Das bin ich
Das bin ich 7 months ago
How much kW can it produce?
Sam Johnson
Sam Johnson 7 months ago
Wow you have to read fast
ong xuan
ong xuan 7 months ago
they can build 2 on the left and right side of the water stream if more power is needed
Max Jean Tallet
Max Jean Tallet 7 months ago
Superbe
Dr Moriarty
Dr Moriarty 7 months ago
The idea seems worth consideration, but, as is always the case with new concepts, some of the claims go OTT. I am disinclined to believe that "a coat of paint" will fix all impact damage. If this is to be affordable and workable with very modest mass flows and dynamic pressures, then it will have to be light. Light construction is not durable construction, no matter what it says in the IPO prospectus. What test data is there? Has it actually been built and tested under real-world conditions, which rarely match the ideal conditions in design studies? How efficient is it in capturing the energy in the water flow? How costly is the power conditioning system? How well does it accommodate variations in flow? How tolerant is it of ice chunks drawn into the turbine? What's the ROI? The payback period? On how small a stream is it economically justifiable? If each installation is designed and built to suit the local circumstances, as is generally the case with hydro, then how can it be affordable? What proof has been offered that installation can actually be accomplished by unskilled labor? This is a perfect example of inverse economy of scale: the smaller it is, the poorer an investment it must necessarily be. Powering three hundred residential buildings means, by my very rough and approximate estimate, between three and four megawatts. That is approximately 4,000 horsepower or more. Can anyone with engineering experience see that much power coming from something like this? In the real world, actual results never measure up to the rosy promises and predictions made by companies looking for investors. While this concept certainly merits consideration, its success/failure will turn on capital costs, and those are notoriously higher than predicted. Finally, what impartial and recognized third party has verified the engineering design on which this system is predicated?
kristian mosele
kristian mosele 7 months ago
si potrebbe creare una stazione di servizio elettrica per rifornire le automobili elettriche.....tutto gratis e zero inquinamento
Evonix
Evonix 7 months ago
Survivable is different to freindly
James Soppe
James Soppe 7 months ago
Where does all the sediment and wildlife, ie fish, turtles, etc go. Tree limbs, mud, rocks. I see in the video that its says uts fish friendly. But turtles, mammals, big logs. If this is on a creek or river it will become clogged in a week
Nicasio Teran
Nicasio Teran 7 months ago
Fish friendly but not human friendly
Maestrul Gamer
Maestrul Gamer 7 months ago
0:45-use a netting to stop any fish from going.Making the turbine fish friendly will make it generate less energy.
Jason Lee
Jason Lee 7 months ago
This is just a horizontal water mill..
DUAZ EMANAS
DUAZ EMANAS 7 months ago
Tudo isso pra alimentar um poste? E ainda fazem turbulencias com o nemo?
Zach Attack Plays
Zach Attack Plays 7 months ago
Ff
Dov
Dov 7 months ago
A new paint job will fix a hole
Nikolai Korsov
Nikolai Korsov 7 months ago
Its a good concept but before claiming power supply capability it needs to go through control testing to measure average output and required water volume for steady power. Without that data its just a 3D model with no real reason for implementation
Fahmi Khir
Fahmi Khir 7 months ago
suddenly im at the middle of video
Xarz
Xarz 8 months ago
So just an water turbine...
Rokossovsky
Rokossovsky 8 months ago
300 homes? You wish.
[MS] [BG] MrDionne211
If the generator is the only moving part then how did the door lift up?
________________
________________ 4 months ago
i thought it said floor. maybe bcuz door and lift are close together
Dylan J.
Dylan J. 4 months ago
It’s jus to stop it Incase of emergencies I bet, the door doesn’t always open and close, that’s silly.
EndWire
EndWire 6 months ago
Wtf i read floor too, your comment is doomed dude delete it
T R
T R 7 months ago
You mean the sluice gate? that would only be put in when you want to turn it off for maintenance.
Luis 69
Luis 69 7 months ago
Ye know, humans.
Z-Statistic
Z-Statistic 8 months ago
Isn't this just a water wheel?
R Games
R Games 8 months ago
0:25 satisfied
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