hydrokinetic


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hydrokinetic

 [hi″dro-kĭ-net´ik]
relating to movement of water or other fluid, as in a whirlpool bath.

hy·dro·ki·net·ic

(hī'drō-ki-net'ik),
Pertaining to the motion of fluids and the forces giving rise to such motion.

hy·dro·ki·net·ic

(hī'drō-ki-net'ik)
Pertaining to the motion of fluids and the forces giving rise to such motion.
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The design of a hydrokinetic turbine blade example under time-dependent river flow load demonstrated the advantages of the proposed approach and identified areas for improvement.
is the nation's leader in producing clean, renewable energy from hydrokinetic applications in potable drinking water distribution systems, industrial water systems, and irrigation systems.
Researchers have designed a few different types of tidal power generation methods including tidal stream, barrages, and lagoon, but they all work on the same general principle of gathering energy via hydrokinetic energy conversion through turbines and generators.
It uses hydrokinetic technology (laser-energized water to cut or ablate soft and hard tissue).Because of this mechanism local anesthesia is not required in many cases, making this more comfortable procedure for the patient, and of course, saving time and anesthetic use by the patient.
In a water flow created in the lab, they have shown that their device gathers power as much as two to four times more efficiently than existing hydrokinetic systems.
Usumez, "Laser etching of enamel for direct bonding with an Er,Cr:YSGG hydrokinetic laser system," American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol.
Using a timeline of 2050 for a major C[O.sub.2], reduction in order to fulfill the United Nations global warming goal of 2[degrees]C, the authors draw on reports of selected energy strategies as well as in-depth technical information on the already-existing technologies, such as solar, wind, biomass and hydro power, and those like geothermal or hydrokinetic power that are still being developed.
Summary: A hydrokinetic ocean wave energy system for the Middle East?
Cornell University and Verdant Power Inc., have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the intention of entering into a long-term relationship centered on research and other activities related to Marine & Hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies.
This move will allow the company to work in partnership with the University of Strathclyde to advance its hydrokinetic energy generation device that needs further research and development to take it closer to commercialisation.