Water Power Generator Part 2

Makken Makken
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Will edit together a longer version with tech details soon!


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Jul 30, 2013

Hydropower (Industry)




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David Davids
David Davids Month ago
some very late thoughts. at :42, and as implied by M S, there is enough head at this location, to utilize a nearly horizontal flume/delivery pipe, so that, 1) intake can occur at a higher elevation , 2) Head is Preserved, until 3) water is Delivered to the TOP of an overshot 'wheel. 4) an overshot 'wheel of the same diameter would 'convert' more head (same flow) to more mechanical energy. undershot is the Least efficient type and should be the 'last' option. googletranslate c1.staticflickr.com/7/6070/6047198350_0e95ecd9d6_b.jpg
Dobhi Pakage
Dobhi Pakage 2 months ago
Hallo pak permisi saya mau tanya komponen-komponen yang pake pada power generatornya itu apa saja jawabnya di email ini.!
Nur Hamid
Nur Hamid 2 months ago
the 621th subscribe
ramesh d
ramesh d 2 months ago
JohnBoyDeere 3 months ago
They'd send a person to jail here in the states for doing that (Even though it is wayyyy cool!) God forbid you might upset the spotted green egged sea cow larva sugar plum fairy, har!
Dane Hart
Dane Hart 3 months ago
2nd wheel
Fikret Ayri
Fikret Ayri 5 months ago
Mas zitta01
Mas zitta01 7 months ago
Sangat inovatif,energy masa depan.
白智新 7 months ago
Sam Spencer
Sam Spencer 8 months ago
Literally on every water wheel video there are people butting in with suggestions for increasing efficiency :P
Sukannya Mukherjee
Sukannya Mukherjee 11 months ago
Drilling ma
Ravi Kant
Ravi Kant 11 months ago
Sir, I think if you add more spokes in the empty spaces of the wheel, you can increase the rpm.
M mangla
M mangla Year ago
Hi nice video
Marius Macovei
Some results,some values?How much power?
sukhwinder singh
You have a good flow rate of water just keep your turbine little deeper and use aa bigger pulley coupled with wheel this will help you to get a high rpm and more shaft power
KG Salvage
KG Salvage Year ago
Did you not do a longer version ? I'm doing something similar . Thanks for the video.
Drue Steele
Drue Steele 2 years ago
Do you know how many volts and how many watts this is producing? - Also what gearing are you using? Do you know the rpm of the wheel? Thanks!
turkey toes
turkey toes 2 years ago
Great! Thumbs up! With a little water and enough pressure to spray from a nozzle, I thought about using tin cans not quite cut in half and pried open. Carefully cutting up one side and top of a can leaving the other side uncut and bending open the can to make two halves-- a "do-it-yourself pelton cup" Fastening a bunch of these homemade "pelton cups" around something which could be fastened directly to the shaft of a generator/alternator. With a generous spring or stream with a little more water and with a bit of drop to build pressure, I thought of taking 20 lb propane tanks and filling them with water to be sure there is no propane in them and then emptying the water and taking a right angle grinder with a cut-off wheel and cutting the propane tanks lengthwise, leaving one straight side uncut. When opened up this would make a large pelton cup. Done to about 8 or more propane tanks. Taking two steel automobile wheels and welding them together, then welding the opened propane tanks around the wheels making a large pelton wheel. The center of one of the 2 wheels welded together would need to be cut out to be able to get a ratchet in to tighten the lug nuts of the other wheel to a junked automobile hub/axle. Similar to this ruvid.net/video/video-BtCMuO3DVyE.html Or instead of using the hub/axle of a junked auto, weld the propane "pelton wheel" to a large steel pipe and fit each end of the pipe through a large pillow block bearing.
pat robbins
pat robbins 2 years ago
Do you have aline of these for sale.
Matěj Sojka
Matěj Sojka 2 years ago
it seems you have a pretty nice height... why undershot wheel?
Cristian Mera
Cristian Mera 3 years ago
hola con que caudal se mueve la rueda..? y que potencia logra producir y cuales son sus medidas me puedes ayudar con esos muchas gracias espero tu respuesta en mi correo chris_mer88@hotmail.com
Alessandro Rinaldi
Alessandro Rinaldi 4 years ago
Very nice work
Jonathan B
Jonathan B 4 years ago
I like the end, nice waterfall!
rikkiesix 5 years ago
Stunning looking turbine my friend. Great job. Hope to hear more of it soon. Greetings from Belgium Erik
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