Posted in the Missouri University of Science and Technology Forum
#1 Jan 4, 2010
If we could convert a portion of the water weight that runs down our rivers every hour of every day into useable energy, we could add a significant renewable energy source to our communities. Siphons can be used to supply water from a river, and they can be ran for long distances if the control valve is near the inlet. Siphons can work without the need for a dam. Siphons can be screened to protect the fish. The water that is used to make energy can be returned to the river with no harmful effects to the environment.
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