Category Archive: Hydroelectric

How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator

How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator  This generator can be a powerful back up to your solar or wind turbine generators. This could even work with a small volume of water if a dam is built. This is a great step by step guide showing how to convert a smart drive …

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How To Build A Five Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator

How To Build A Five Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator  We all know that scientists are in a constant search for alternative energy sources and this happens because in recent years conventional energy sources have started to decrease significantly.They have developed various systems that convert the energy from nature in electricity and many of these systems …

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How To Build A Hydroelectric Water Wheel

How To Build A Hydroelectric Water Wheel Hydro-power or water power is power derived from the energy of falling water and running water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes. Kinetic energy of flowing water (when it moves from higher potential to lower potential) rotates the blades/propellers of turbine, which rotates the axle. The axle has …

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How To Convert Water Into Fuel By Building A DIY Oxyhydrogen Generator

How to Convert Water into Fuel by Building a DIY Oxyhydrogen Generator I want to start of and say this is not for people that want to just blow things up i have been looking in to Oxyhydrogen Generator for a while and the principle is there it is a way of making clean energy …

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Off Grid – The Advantages Of Hydroelectricity

Off Grid – The Advantages Of Hydroelectricity  Flowing water is a powerful thing it is responsible for lighting entire cities. Thousands of years ago the Greeks used water wheels, which picked up water in buckets around a wheel. The water’s weight caused the wheel to turn, converting kinetic energy into mechanical energy for grinding grain and …

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