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    Underwater River Turbine

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    hydro power system

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    Compact ROR hydropower generator - River Power

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    Compact hydro generator for rivers and streams

  • Matthew O'Brien

    We all know that for over a 100 years, Hydroelectric power has been a major source of electricity for many countries. But countries require a lot of investment and huge installations to fulfill the demands of electricity for cities.

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The biggest problem with this wind-powered water pump design is that every single part of the assembly is a bit wobbly, and all the wobble eats up a lot of the wind energy that should instead go into pumping water. To solve this problem in the next version, I would: 1. Use a sturdier tripod. 2. Use a bicycle rim that isn't warped. The bottom rim in this project is badly bent from some bike accident, and the motion it makes wastes wind energy. 3. Use tin or PVC for the wind foils and attach t