Hydropower and ocean energy

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Hydropower and ocean energy
Traditional hydropower systems have been in use for hundreds of years as a source of energy for a wide variety of mechanical applications. As such, hydropower represents a renewable energy source that has been successfully used for a long time. Since the beginning of hydropower-generated electricity, the percentage of electrical energy generated in this way has grown to around one quarter of all the electricity used worldwide.
HM 150.19
 
HM 150.20
 
HM 450.01
Operating Principle of a Pelton Turbine                           Operating Principle of a Francis Turbine             Pelton Turbine                                                                         
Model of an impulse turbine with adjustable nozzle; determination of efficiency.                   Model of a reaction turbine with adjustable guide vanes and determination of the efficiency  Model of an impulse turbine with speed and torque measurement                                                  
HM 365.31
 
HM 450.02
 
HM 287
Pelton and Francis Turbine        Pelton Turbine       Experiments with an axial turbine
Comparison of impulse and reaction turbines                                                                                   Model of a reaction turbine with speed and torque measurement; adjustable guide vanes               Record characteristics of an axial reaction turbine                                                                   
HM 430C
 
HM 421
 
ET 270
Francis turbine trainer Kaplan turbine trainer          Wave energy converter, OWC
Characteristics of a powerful Francis turbine with adjustable guide vanes                       Four-bladed Kaplan turbine with guide vane adjustment for varying power                                Turbine unit with Wells turbine and electric generator; configurable wave generator