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Nano mercury power generation

  1. 1. NANO MERCURY POWER GENERATION
  2. 2. CONTENT  INTRODUCTION  SOURCE OF ENERGY  METHEODOLOGY  ADVANTAGES  APPLICATIONS
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  APPLICATIONS  AVAILABILITY  PROPERTIES  HUMAN EFFECTS
  4. 4. APPLICATIONS  LABORATORY : barometer & manometer  MEDICAL : thermometer &skin ointment  FARMING : insecticides & rat killer  ELECTRICAL : switch gear,bulbs & rectifiers  HAZARDS  GOLD REFYING
  5. 5. AVAILABILITY  First found in Egypt around 1500 BCE  It occur freely in nature & cyclic process  Mostly available in CINNABAR ORE at Spain, Russia nearly 8.00 tons /year  Mercury available due to break down of rocks, wind & major amount due to human activities  PH value 5-7  In form of metal & liquid
  6. 6. EFFECTS  Genetic disorder  Damage of brain function  Allergic reactions  Negative reproductive  Vision problems muscle problems e.t.c.,
  7. 7. PROPERTIES  symbol : Hg (HYDRARGYRUM) i.e., LIQUID SILVER  Toxic in nature even though used in medical appli  In liquid at room temperature i.e., 28.5 C (83 F)  Silver white in colour  High density & low vapor pressure
  8. 8. SPEACIALITIY  Dose not required fuel to generate electricity. (Fuel less)  Dose not creates any sound. (sound less)  Dose not generates any pollution. ( Pollution less)  Dose not required any man power to operate the plant.  Very low maintenance servicing on required.  Plant size can be making 3kw onwards for Independent used as captive power plant.  Ideal for commercial power plant business and can be making 0.5MW to 10000MW.  This power plant never leakage mercury in the atmosphere.
  9. 9. COMPONENTS  DC MOTOR  AC ALTERNATOR  TUNGSTEN  ELECTRODES  BATTERY  VALVE SWITCHES  RECTIFIER  PRESSURE GAUGE
  10. 10. PROTOTYPE WORKING MODEL OF 100 WATTS: ASSEMBLY OF NANO MERCURY POWER PLANT
  11. 11. DC MOTOR 12 VOLTS 300 WATTS Mercury Chargeing Chamber MERCURY STORAGE CHAMBER SIDE VIEW MERCURY CHARGEING CHAMBER
  12. 12. Pipe diameter 11cmx30cm =2nos. 11cmx 20cm =1, Bottom plate size is 80cmx 20cm x15cm Hollow box type, thickness is 10mm plate. Mercury need as per 2.85 Litter/stroke multiply with Density of Mercury. 2.85/1000x13600=38.76kg. (34.5kg=1 Flask). The plant size is 80cmx20cmx75cm
  13. 13. PROTOTYPE DESCRIPTION  CAPACITY 100w  VOLTAGE 14 v   CURRENT 7.5 Amps  SIZE 400mm*200mm*1600mm ( l*b*h)
  14. 14. PRINCIPLE OF WORKING  power gTotal power generate= 120x8.384=1005.99watts.  eneration /stroke =(1006X30/3600= 8.384watts/ stroke  Total power generate= 120x8.384=1005.99watts.
  15. 15. WORKING MODEL MERCURY STEAM THERMAL POWER PLANT COAL FIRED
  16. 16. POWER GENERATED P=h*Q*g*k*d/1000 p=power in watts (1006w) h= head of discharge in meter (100) Q=Quantity of discharge in meter(0.096) g=Gravity of Earth (9.81) k= Efficiency (0.8) d=Density Kg/m^3 (13500/100)
  17. 17. NATURAL SOURCES OF MERCURY  volcanoes, are responsible for approximately half of atmo mercury  65% from stationary combustion of which coal-fired spheric mercury  40% of U.S. mercury emissions in 1999  11% from goldproduction  THE THREE LARGEST POINT SOURCES FOR MERCURY EMISSIONS:  largest gold mines.  6.8% from non-ferrous metal production  3.0% from waste disposal  6.4% from cement production
  18. 18. EFFECTS  3.0% from caustic soda production.  1.4% from pig iron and steel production.  1.1% from mercury production, mainly for batteries.  2.0% from other sources.  fluorescent bulbs  Products containing mercury include: auto parts

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