Can Underwater Turbines Solve Our Energy Problems?

7. des.. 2019
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A great deal of information in this video was found through phone interviews with Simec Atlantis engineers
[1] 4,170 TW is annual US energy production (table 1.1 here) - US wave power potential is ~2000TW, according to this 2011 DOE report
[2] www.iea.org/topics/renewables/ocean/
[3] notown.info/two/video/1tx6m59khpxpypY.html
[4] Figure 9.6 and 9.7 on page 82 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/MeyGen-2012-ES.pdf
[5] tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/La_Rance_Tidal_Power_Plant_40_year_operation_feedback.pdf
[6] tethys.pnnl.gov/annex-iv-sites/sihwa-tidal-power-plant
[7] Page 19 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/La_Rance_Tidal_Power_Plant_40_year_operation_feedback.pdf
[8] tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Final_EMP_report_SeaGen.pdf
[9] www.power-technology.com/projects/strangford-lough/
[10] icomps.co.uk/seagen-decommissioned-after-successfully-delivering-11-6gwh-to-the-national-grid/
[11] www.seai.ie/publications/Renewable-Energy-in-Ireland-2019.pdf
[12] Page 14 www.climatexchange.org.uk/media/3100/state-of-the-wave-and-tidal-industry-report.pdf
[13] www.bt-projects.com/wp-content/uploads/documents-public/Environment/RHK-2011-SeaGen-Environmental-Monitoring-Programme.pdf
[14] www.renewableenergyfocus.com/view/13491/meygen-to-develop-400-mw-uk-tidal-power-site/
[15] vimeo.com/237566185
[16] Figure 11.2 and 11.3 page 114 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/MeyGen-2012-ES.pdf
[17] Page 154 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/MeyGen-2012-ES.pdf
[18] Page 43 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Final_EMP_report_SeaGen.pdf
[19] Page 39 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Final_EMP_report_SeaGen.pdf
[20] Page 17 tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/MeyGen-2012-ES.pd
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  • I think the marine mammals would get used to the noise and come closer to the turbines over time and risk hurt themselves. The sonar system would be useless, and as animals come close more frequently the system would shut down the turbines for the safety of the animals which would hinder the electric generation process. Encapsulating the turbine with a cage wouldn't be a good solution as well. That's a hard task indeed.

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  • Anyone who has stood by a seawall next to an inlet, can see the tremendous power in the tide change! It happens 4 times a day without fail! Duh! Sounds like a endless source of power! Cost??? You have got to be kidding me!! How much does it cost to dig coal or oil or uranium --- ALL -- of which harm our environment! But tides don't (climate change, king tides??) They just happen everyday, all we have to do is harvest that energy! Duh! I've even thought of having waves, pump and compress air for energy! Two men, one in australia and one in france were developing air driven engines! Boats could use them like gas stations to run their air driven boats! Talking about eco friendly😁🤷why not?!?

    Toni TouchberryToni Touchberry3 dager siden
  • Ok they talk about keeping the animals safe in the ocean then act like current energy sources don’t kill air and land animals 🤔

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  • Maybe. But also kill a shit load of fish

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  • I've been saying this for yrs. now; Chevron didn't seem interested when I brought it up while I was working on their IT staff; I'm not sure why since I'm sure there are @ least a few oceanic oil rigs they own

    Robert GreeneRobert Greene6 dager siden
  • is this method can we use in ships??

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  • Hook line and gaps when oil greased betz limits in 1919 to lose 1/2 + new inventions bigger better 100 % coveting all natural currrents with the light speed capacity in electronics of magnetic bearings . Einstines relativity is stonewalled

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  • We live in cold times on Vimeo Biden’s infrastructure fraudulent bill is mortally wounded with Humongous SUBSIDIES for the stupid Green Deal. Clean (?) INTERMITTENT 17% energies floating on the shity Climate Change Dogma. If there is a systemic deficit in urban mobility, it is Public Mobility! ... which they call “TRANSIT” Without any valid analysis Biden allocates 85 billion to be spent on the Permanent Bankrupted Public Transport Systems (Transit represents less than 5% of daily trips person miles made in the entire nation... In order for the Solar and Wind Intermittent Energies to appear in the graphs, it is added to the Bioenergy and “others” ... otherwise, it would be impossible to include it ... they do the same with all "clean" energies, they stir it up with BIOFUELS, which are nothing other than burning trees, garbage. plastics, in short, everything with a higher CARBON content! ... Just because it sounds “politically correct” to refer to them as BIO-FUELS!!! So WE are paying for the electric automobile's distribution energy grid based on GAS, COAL, AND NUCLEAR !! Since you people are very stupid and lazy to think, much less analyze and do a little basic math ... it is impossible for the Exceptionalistas “Freedom Fighters” citizens of this USA to realize the level of bullshit that prevails on the government!!! For electric cars (Tesla Ford and GM) $ 174 billion equates to an average subsidy for 23’000,000 electric Teslas at $ 7,500 per car. Problem… in the US there are currently 276 million vehicles registered in 2019. That is, this idiot is subsidizing with money from 91.4% of fossil fuel car owner’s tax money to the other 8.4% of electric vehicles hardly the majority of the modes of transportation in 2030. When THE ONLY THING THAT THE ELECTRIC VEHICLES DO not NEED ARE SUBSIDIES ... THEY ARE THE MOST EXPENSIVE CARS TO BUY AND MAINTAIN (TODAY THEY ARE THE BEST POLITICALLY CORRECT! BUSINESS .... Electric vehicles today are for people with higher income ... A feel-good deal, kind of going to church, confess and eat the body of Christ (cannibalism)!!! Just to come out of church feeling purified and in hand with GOD!!! Son ... you are no longer the PROBLEM ... you are THE SOLUTION!!!! (Greta Thunderbird) In this first installment 201 thousand million dollars …GO TO CLIMATE CHANGE Stupidity…. Clean Intelligent Sustainable Economical Energies Intermittent… Bullshit!! Ask yourself, are YOU in an existential CLIMATE CRISIS? We DO have control of the climate planetary knob! We can stop the variability of the planet's climate. And why not...reach the goal of UNCHANGED CLIMATE!

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  • Renewable makes more problems than the rest

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  • I'd know you were Irish though , An eye sore for local residents , ha ... I've heard that so much in this country ha

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  • PLEASE don't use TWh it;s a horrible unit, just use PJ

    Yoav BoazYoav Boaz21 dag siden
  • 25 years ago i suggested a funnel system to get free energy from the oceans, an engineer told me it was impossible and i was a fool a couple years later he built a system and took all the credit for the idea. guess he was not smart enough to perfect the design

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  • 10:19 I SAW THAT!

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  • Block & release 100%

    Steven LonienSteven LonienMåned siden
  • This is stupid and a distraction. Nothing is free, you emit more CO2 making these things than whatever they can offset over a life time.

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    • Exactly. Green energy is a joke

      Siddharth DhanrajSiddharth Dhanraj15 dager siden
  • If we wanna fuck up sea life even more then sure it can.

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  • Isn't it obvious that this would end up shredding marine life, just as above-ground wind turbines kill birds and bats? Dams have already been chastised for spoiling fish habitat. The "green" crowd (and its many fakers) fails to understand that dense energy sources like nuclear are a lot greener (if done right) than turning vast tracts of nature into industrial parks. falseprogress.home.blog/2016/11/03/windschmerz-the-wind-energy-landscape-holocaust/

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  • Nuclear energy is the only source that will keep up and scale up to sustain the insatiable need for energy . These science projects are cute and promising. But nuclear power is the only sensible infrastructure for competitive economic growth . Unlimited power unlimited fresh water equals an unbreakable economy.

    mitchell Butlermitchell ButlerMåned siden
  • Underwater turbines look like whale blenders to me.

    ObserverOfPakledsObserverOfPakledsMåned siden
  • Out of all the possible ways to build a hydroelectric dam, the tidal method has the least potential energy normal hydroelectric dams hold back an artificial lake several thousand feet above sea level. not only are those lakes able to be whatever depth the surrounding mountains allow for, with more depth equaling more water pressure through the turbine, The water can even be captured several times on its long journey to the ocean. When you use the tidal method, you're only able to take advantage of about 4 feet of height difference. When it comes to head pressure, surface area doesn't matter, only depth. You could make the area of captured water larger and add more turbines, but you can't make an individual turbine turn more efficiently just by widening the area. On the other hand, you're not limited by the amount of rain and snowfall since the tides will continue coming in and out all year no matter what.

    Marcel ChagnonMarcel ChagnonMåned siden
  • People are so strange. On the one hand, they laid out a multitude of giant cables for communication through all oceans. But then when it comes to energy production they are like 'meh, don wanna lose this sight. Don wanna have these cables/whatever in my garden'

    Pascal DickhoffPascal DickhoffMåned siden
  • Is it only possible in the sea ? What about big rivers like the Nile and Congo rivers, they’re deep enough with less marine life and a constant large amount of water flow, for research of maximum capacity, please try one of these rivers,

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  • "Tides change 4 times a day..." AGHHHH MY BRAIN!

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  • Maintaining the grid in an ocean environment it’s too costly yeah she probably could provide enough power but the grid maintenance and the overall necessity to maintain this particular environment is far far too expensive

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  • I’m sitting here thanking that I thought about this over 30 years ago I was on Martha’s Vineyard on a JetSki pulling into a fishing village there was someone standing on the jetty casting his fishing rod I asked him to stop for just one minute so I use used him as a marker I pulled Right next to him and didn’t move I looked down at my speedometer It said I was moving at 17 miles an hour and I said this is constant in and out 24 seven the power and I was designed these things in my head and never do anything with them we’d walked through stores and my brother would say see that thing there my brother invented that 30 years ago and never did anything with it now if they sell it the ideas in my head alone I’ve seen over 25 things that I designed in my mind and never did a thing with them I have one that I got to get out there because it will save so many lives Anyway day late dollar shot

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  • Slowing down ocean currents will cause severe problems with weather and global warming They knew that back in the '60s

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  • No, only nucleair energy, natural gas, hydroxine energy plants can privide reliable energy! The alternatives can do max 20%.... on a good day! Solar cells under snow, frozen windturbines when one need them most, will always give false “outcomes”, but “brings” a happy few a LOT of money! In Paris accord the shares of fake “solutions” in the rest of the world is in top one percent hands. They “catch” the money in african and Asian nations where they have the word “tax” not even in they’re dictionary’s! They “catch” the EU and USA tax money in taxfree country’s, and they’re Troyan horse climate change is a money laundering scheme for the very rich ONLY! It will never replace traditional processes! Not even close!

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  • Pretty cool tho

    James WaterreusJames WaterreusMåned siden
  • Engineer: "We must make the most from tidal energy" Me: "The Engineer sounds Irish to me"

    Talha AhmedTalha AhmedMåned siden
  • I call it the fish chopper

    Matt BowenMatt BowenMåned siden
  • Eyeballing this problem, I'd place my bets on an onshore turbine powered by switched compressed air driven by the surging of the water in both directions. The air can be made to keep moving in one direction through the turbine with a simple switching valve and, with suitable barriers in the loop, the corrosive salt water could be kept well away from the machinery.

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  • Whenever you want to give an example of the catastrophes that illiterate scientists have brought to the world, you should mention wind and hydro power plants. Yes I know they are clean energies but ...! Scientists have been aware of all the basic sciences, but in practice they have used them upside down. Their mistakes have caused them to waste more than half of the world's wealth and destroy beautiful nature. This catastrophe has been going on for more than a hundred years, and unfortunately, they are still proud of them and even preach about these catastrophes. The funniest part is that they are installing wind farms in the seas to take advantage of their 20% efficiency. They still do not know that they have to move wind farms in to the deep of water. They do not know anything about the new clean energy plant method that works based on a new scientific formula in physics. So far they have not heard anything about my new invention from the German Patent Office to be surprised. Yes they do not know anything about start this new green industrial revolution in the world.

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  • The Wind doesn't always blow, and the sun doesn't always shine, but the sea is always moving. 4 changes per day = 24 hour energy, and it is based off of Earth's rotation and the gravitational pull of the moon and has been reliable for millions of years. It doesn't get anymore reliable than that. I had this idea a long time ago. Took em long enough to figure it out. Environmental friendly and can be put underwater so it's not an eye sore. Why this hasn't been a major project yet is beyond me. It is literally everything we are looking for.

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  • Once they get all the underwater turbines in place Oh wait...they're killing to much marine life.

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  • Ocean can’t solve our energy problem and never will

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  • The only energy problem we have is political.

    KelliAnn WinklerKelliAnn Winkler2 måneder siden
  • 1) By reflecting away 30% of ISR the albedo, which would not exist w/o the atmosphere, makes the earth cooler than it would be without the atmosphere like that reflective panel set on the dash. Remove the atmosphere/GHGs and the earth becomes much like the moon, a barren rock with a 0.1 albedo, 20% more kJ/h, hot^3 on the lit side, cold^3 on the dark. Nikolov, Kramm (U of AK) and UCLA Diviner mission all tacitly agree. 2) the GHG up/down welling, “trapping”/”back” radiating/delaying/intercepting, 100 % efficient, perpetual warming loop requires "extra" energy which according to RGHE theory it gets from 3) the terrestrial surface radiating that "extra" energy as a near ideal .95 emissivity black body which 4) it cannot do because of the non-radiative heat transfer processes of the contiguous atmospheric molecules. 1+2+3+4 = 0 Greenhouse Effect + 0 Greenhouse gas warming + 0 man caused climate change. All science backed up by experiment, the gold standard of classical science. www.linkedin.com/posts/nicholas-schroeder-55934820_climatechange-greenhouse-co2-activity-6749812735246254080-bc6K

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  • Convertir el agua salada del mar en energia para el futuro contiene salanisacion efextiba para produsir hidrogeno y hoxsigeno en bundansia rinbierten ambos elementos y su producto electrisida gararantisado

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  • meanwhile oil exploration ships are just fucking whales' ears 24/7

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  • Anything in the water and restricting natural habitat is a terrible idea i.e. look at what dams have done to the wild salmon and fishing industry.

    Eric TEric T2 måneder siden
  • Is it just me or are we kinda at a point now where we say fk the ecosystem install as much of this as fast as possible because if not we will destroy the entire planet and all ecosystems everywhere... It's just about irreversible so now is the time... they've shown to have low impact and that's good enough make 50 million of these things and let's get the show on the road.

    Andre fruthAndre fruth2 måneder siden
  • Another good thing abt water energy is that huge shit Is ez to move by ship

    Matthew NiedbalaMatthew Niedbala2 måneder siden
  • Living the way God wants us to live , as laid out in the Bible, would solve all mans problems.

    Keith HarleyKeith Harley2 måneder siden
  • You missed Bear River Tidal system in Nova Scotia Canada 🇨🇦

    Mike RedmondMike Redmond2 måneder siden
  • Of course, it can't

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  • If you've ever gone scuba diving, you know about barnacles, corrosion, animals, mechanical failure, difficulty of repair... I don't see hope for any any such project.

    Rich CookRich Cook2 måneder siden
  • These kinds of channels are more valuable than gold.. or even diamonds.. or even artificial cat girls!!

    Saku HaapakkaSaku Haapakka3 måneder siden
  • Possible for volcanoes to be tapped?

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  • Dude if you like this. Check out the underwater flying kite.

    Martijn MolMartijn Mol3 måneder siden
  • Malhamdulillah.

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  • cant come soon enough without invested investers

    ArchMeisterArchMeister3 måneder siden
  • Yes ocean can solve the energy problem. I invented hydro electric power generation by having underground power generating station in onshore by using giant water sealed circlon wheel turbine details my website www.hydropowergen.com

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  • 👀

    Alex KAlex K3 måneder siden
  • Great video - You should also check out Orbital Marine Power, who are currently manufacturing a low-cost, predictable, scalable floating tidal technology solution up in Orkney. notown.info/two/video/uruYgq2PmtZ7lZo.html

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  • The salt water would really wear out the turbine quick .

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  • Not if it’s the same bunch that put the tidal turbine in the bay of fundy

    chrismatt34chrismatt343 måneder siden
  • We DONT HAVE AN ENERGY CRISIS!

    Don HufferDon Huffer3 måneder siden
  • Really large tesla batteries.. and you don't need that.. its coming.

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  • No, the ocean wants you dead. That's why it's full of sharks.

    Victor JohnsonVictor Johnson3 måneder siden
  • The thought of this gives me craaaazy anxiety

    Sir.Craze-Sir.Craze-3 måneder siden
  • Why not ram pump generators in lakes rivers and off shore?

    Spanky StarSpanky Star3 måneder siden
  • notown.info/two/video/q954poJhhbmezdk.html

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    Mike GordonMike Gordon3 måneder siden
  • This was an idea my dad and I talked over, glad to see the subject approached

    Cargentius GCargentius G3 måneder siden
  • eyesore? i would love to see this tech. it would look so cool...lol

    Robert BurkeRobert Burke3 måneder siden
  • Think ram pump.

    Spanky StarSpanky Star3 måneder siden
  • notown.info/two/video/vK2boZmlgtmnmqc.html CAN YOU HELP ME OUT WITH THE MATHS FOR THIS. It simply states that mechanical energy is the way to go; much like an old anime movie.

    Rod IonRod Ion3 måneder siden
  • So Fission and Fusion are still our best hope of getting away from fossil power. I for my part was impressed by the Thorium Liqid Salt generators, and Fusion power development is constantly advancing. But i would like to still see the possibility of clean energy harvesting by renewable sources like water, wind and solar so that should we ever colonize a new planet, we can start using those before putting fusion reactors everywhere.

    Sim. FrischhSim. Frischh3 måneder siden
  • It’s not wasted... imagine how they said this about wind energy.... how about these chicken heads come up with renewable energy that won’t increase our fucking taxes more and more so these dipshits can play with their tinker toys... they may know all kinds of math but they don’t know shit about everyday life obviously or politics or the world for that matter... America has influence, wealth, power...but it’s a helluva place for these fucks to pull the wool over your eyes and keep all of y’all trying to get this green energy just for a small price of the hard work you do everyday. It’s ridiculous whenever fossil fuels haven’t even been fully tapped into and it’s shit that we pay all this money for this renewable energy then you get your electricity bill and still pay 9-16 cents per kWh it’s fucking crazy... just question everything and stop just going along with these dipshits

    James WolfeJames Wolfe3 måneder siden
  • Thanks for a good and informative post. Have you heard of the company minesto.com who have managed to extract tidal energy even where it is not so extreme current. They can even harness the power of the ocean currents. They have calculated that they can extract as much power from these currents as they are currently produced from nuclear power plants.

    Patrik72Patrik723 måneder siden
  • Answer to the headline question.... No!

    Tim JonesTim Jones3 måneder siden
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