International Journal of Energy Science and Engineering
Articles Information
International Journal of Energy Science and Engineering, Vol.3, No.5, Sep. 2017, Pub. Date: Oct. 23, 2017
The Arctic Electric Power Stations Are the Decision of Energy, Environmental and Climate Problems
Pages: 44-47 Views: 51 Downloads: 38
Authors
[01] Boris Ovchinnikov, Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
[02] Yuri Ovchinnikov, National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road, Teddington, Middlesex, UK.
[03] Victor Parusov, Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
Abstract
This paper proposes the decision of energy, environmental and climate problems of the society with the help of arctic electric power stations. Such stations can provide the electricity to the whole of Europe and Asia, this can save from dependence on oil and gas. This method of producing electricity is completely ecologically safe. These stations is decision of the energy problem in the case of “nuclear winter”. The paper contains project on establishment of arctic (winter) power stations (see our publication: Journal of Thermal Engineering, Vol.51, №2, 2004, B. M. Ovchinnikov et al. "Power plants that use the thermal energy of natural water bodies and the atmosphere") [1]. The work is based on the power that is released, when water freezes with releasing of large energy (333 Joules per 1 gram of water). The general principle of the station consists in next. The water is frozen on the boiler, which is located in the water (river, lake or ocean), in the boiler the working fluid evaporates, enters the turbine and after that it is fed into the cooling tower, the cold air cooled, liquefied and pumped back to the boiler etc.
Keywords
Energy Problems, Arctic Electric Power Station, Construction, Renewable
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