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Title:
GRAVITATIONAL STEAM POWER HYDROELECTRIC PLANT
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2004/038218
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention relates to energy engineering, steam-power and hydraulic systems for producing electric energy. Said invention makes it possible to increase the performance of a steam power cycle for transforming heat into electric energy taking it from water sources and bodies of water (rivers, lakes, seas), to ensure the compactness and universality of the use of an electric power plant for individual and industrial needs in any conditions where there are water sources and bodies of water. The result is achieved by using a low-boiling fluid for a steam-power cycle, devices for evaporating said fluid in the bottom of a body of water, an expulsive (Archimedian) force for producing an ascending steam-water flow, by placing a hydroturbine provided with electric generator in said flow, by using a refrigerating unit for condensing vapours of a working fluid and by returning said working fluid to the bottom of the body of water. The numeric evaluations of the result have been carried out for an electric power plant which used water having temperature of +10°C. The temperature of the ambient air has been accepted equal to 33°C, -23°C, 0°C and 10°C. Ammonia and dimethyl-ether (C2H6O) are used in the form of a working fluid.

Inventors:
KUSHIN VIKTOR VLADIMIROVICH (RU)
Application Number:
PCT/RU2002/000505
Publication Date:
May 06, 2004
Filing Date:
November 22, 2002
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
KUSHIN VIKTOR VLADIMIROVICH (RU)
International Classes:
F01K21/00; F01K25/00; F01K25/08; F03G7/04; (IPC1-7): F03G7/04; F01K25/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO1981003360A11981-11-26
Foreign References:
RU2125165C11999-01-20
RU2078950C11997-05-10
GB1509040A1978-04-26
US4644750A1987-02-24
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Petrov, Ivan Ivanovich (6-1-191 Moscow, 9, RU)
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