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IJSTR >> Volume 2- Issue 10, October 2013 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Closed Loop Water Power Plant

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M. F. Edmund laal, K. Mahesh kumar, M. Suresh, G. Saravanan, G. Deenadayalan.



KEYWORD: compressor, water tank, automation, batteries, future energy.



ABSTRACT: - Nowadays electric power has become a great necessity. Without electricity, it has become a difficulty to carry on human even day to day activities. So electric power consumption and the generation have a greater role to meet the demands. With this thought in my mind, this article is to develop a reasonable and affordable system to generate a sizeable quantity of electric power using closed loop water power plant system (clwpp). In this proposed concept, there is a possible for generating power with limited range o water. In hydro power plant generation of power depends on the water in the reservoir. So the generation of power only possible when the reservoir having maximum supply of water. So we achieve this the proposed concept did not need huge amount of water, it required some amount of water is enough for generation. More over construction vise also it's very simple. The concept consist of a total system water is in the closed loop within the two tanks with the help of external pressure. The external pressure is given to the tanks by the compressor. The generated power is stored in the batteries banks, the charged batteries bank, one is given to the compressor input. And other charged batteries banks are connected to the load. And this process is continuously happen with the fully automated system.



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