HYDROPOWER

What is hydropower energy?

 

Hydropower stations are composed of hydraulic systems, mechanical systems, and electrical energy generation devices.

They are water conservancy projects that realize the conversion of hydropower to electrical energy. The sustainability of electrical energy production requires uninterrupted use of hydropower. Through the construction of the reservoir system of hydropower stations, artificially adjust and change the distribution of water resources in time and space, and realize the sustainable use of water resources.

How does the hydropower station work?

 

Its basic production process is: divert water from high places in the river or other reservoirs, use the pressure or flow rate of the water to impulse the rotation of the hydraulic turbine, and convert the gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy into mechanical energy, and then the hydraulic turbine drives the generator to rotate to convert the mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Power stations generally consist of water retaining structures (dams), flood discharge structures (spillways or gates), diversion structures (diversion channels or tunnels, including surge tanks), and power plant buildings (including tailraces and booster stations). composition.

The main components are hydraulic structures, hydraulic machinery and equipment, power generation equipment, substation equipment, power distribution equipment, power transmission equipment, and control and auxiliary equipment.

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ZHUJI CITY JIAERDA MACHINERY COMPANY

How does the hydropower station work?

Its basic production process is: divert water from high places in the river or other reservoirs, use the pressure or flow rate of the water to impulse the rotation of the hydraulic turbine, and convert the gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy into mechanical energy, and then the hydraulic turbine drives the generator to rotate to convert the mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Power stations generally consist of water retaining structures (dams), flood discharge structures (spillways or gates), diversion structures (diversion channels or tunnels, including surge tanks), and power plant buildings (including tailraces and booster stations). composition.

The main components are hydraulic structures, hydraulic machinery and equipment, power generation equipment, substation equipment, power distribution equipment, power transmission equipment, and control and auxiliary equipment.

How does the hydropower station work?

Its basic production process is: divert water from high places in the river or other reservoirs, use the pressure or flow rate of the water to impulse the rotation of the hydraulic turbine, and convert the gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy into mechanical energy, and then the hydraulic turbine drives the generator to rotate to convert the mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Power stations generally consist of water retaining structures (dams), flood discharge structures (spillways or gates), diversion structures (diversion channels or tunnels, including surge tanks), and power plant buildings (including tailraces and booster stations). composition.

The main components are hydraulic structures, hydraulic machinery and equipment, power generation equipment, substation equipment, power distribution equipment, power transmission equipment, and control and auxiliary equipment.

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