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Kinetic Power Plants
& Power to Air Pressure Storage.
Space requirement1500 m2
Building size1200 m2
Under ground requirement 25 m
Average annual production 43.8 GWh
Peak production 7 MW
The plant has10 + 4 water tanks, generators, Voltrolysis Units and control systems. 10 in operation, 4 for back-up. Each generator produces 500 kW.
Kinetic Power Plants
Power to Air Pressure Storage.
Our long duration energy storage technology can
provide from 4 hours to 4 weeks of energy
Secure Supplies Water to Gas Kinetic power plants are Voltrolysis Based pneumatic systems whereby kinetic energy is generated through a combination of buoyancy and gravity.
The system includes a proprietary Voltrolysis Gas Pressure generator, which expands water to gas at 1800 Hydrogen ( Highly Buoyant ) Oxygen Gas Expansion by using Voltrolysis to efficiently turn water to gas. and a Special Secure Supplies circuit controller.
Daniel Donatelli and Secure Supplies have also make a Cryogenic version using the rapid liquification of Air and the phase change during ambient environment temperature to warm and provide liquid to gas pressure to run the Kinetic systems.
Hydrogen and helium are the most commonly used lift gases. Although helium is twice as heavy as (diatomic) hydrogen, they are both significantly lighter than air, making this difference negligible.
The lifting power in air of hydrogen and helium can be calculated using the theory of buoyancy as follows:
Thus helium is almost twice as dense as hydrogen. However, buoyancy depends upon the difference of the densities (ρgas) − (ρair) rather than upon their ratios. Thus the difference in buoyancies is about 8%, as seen from the buoyancy equation:
FB = (ρair - ρgas) × g × V
Where FB = Buoyant force (in Newton); g = gravitational acceleration = 9.8066 m/s2 = 9.8066 N/kg; V = volume (in m3). Therefore, the amount of mass that can be lifted by hydrogen in air at sea level, equal to the density difference between hydrogen and air, is:
(1.292 - 0.090) kg/m3 = 1.202 kg/m3
and the buoyant force for one m3 of hydrogen in air at sea level is:
1 m3 × 1.202 kg/m3 × 9.8 N/kg= 11.8 N
Therefore, the amount of mass that can be lifted by helium in air at sea level is:
(1.292 - 0.178) kg/m3 = 1.114 kg/m3
and the buoyant force for one m3 of helium in air at sea level is:
1 m3 × 1.114 kg/m3 × 9.8 N/kg= 10.9 N
Thus hydrogen's additional buoyancy compared to helium is:
11.8 / 10.9 ≈ 1.08, or approximately 8.0% btter if using H2
This calculation is at sea level at 0 °C. For higher altitudes, or higher temperatures, the amount of lift will decrease proportionally to the air density, but the ratio of the lifting capability of hydrogen to that of helium will remain the same. This calculation does not include the mass of the envelope need to hold the lifting gas.
So Daniel Donatelli Secure Supplies Founder , Harnessed his knowledge of Voltrolysis and Phase Change Cryogenics to make a Advanced designed for Secure Supplies proprietary
and copyright solution. All Rights Reserved Daniel Donatelli © 2012
A series of lifting cylinders attached to a conveyor-belt gear system rise and fall in a tube-shaped tank filled with water. The cylinders on the rising side are injected with rapidly expanding gas released from plain water, Tap water, distilled water or electrolyte waters or other fluid mixes to increase up-thrust.
Microbubbles and or Nano Bubbled are injected into the cylinders on the downfall side, which increases their downfall speed (Cavitation). The electric producing power generator placed at the top of the conveyor-belt gear system then works as a brake to regulate the speed of the lifting cylinders such that the system can self-loop (keep itself running), and at the same time generate excess electrical energy for base load power production.
The kinetic power plants are available in a wide variety of power modules, from the smallest 5 kW (household) unit to industrial units with generating capacities up to 100 MW.
Lift Very heavy things in water with speed and force there is no debate here it is in full use.
Cryogenic Energy Phase Change Pressure Storage
Air Mixes and or / H2 / O2 / N2 turns to liquid when cooled down to -196°C (-320˚F), and can then be stored very efficiently in insulated, low pressure vessels.
Exposure to ambient temperatures causes rapid re-gasification and a 700-fold expansion in volume, which is then used to drive a turbine and create electricity without combustion.
Our patented technology draws on established processes from the from the CHP Turbines we have that use CO2 as the cryo medium. turbo machinery, power generation and industrial gas sectors.
We source the component parts of our technology from large and established OEMs,
so we have a proven lifespan and performance guarantee.
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