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Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion

Tecnología Energética

Jonathan Rodríguez

on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion

CONCLUSIONES 1. Introducción
2. Sistemas
3. Características
4. Historia y Actualidad
5. Aplicaciones
6. Aspecto económico
7. Impacto medioambiental
8. Conclusiones ÍNDICE INTRODUCCIÓN HISTORIA Y ACTUALIDAD Arsène d'Arsonval IMPACTO MEDIOAMBIENTAL - Fuentes limpias y renovables.
- Reduce la utilización de combustibles fósiles.
- Podría cubrir las necesidades energéticas de la sociedad.
- Hoy: Inviable económicamente.
- Zonas geográficas limitadas. Jonathan Blas Rodríguez Pérez OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION Georges
Claude André
Nizery SISTEMAS 1881 22 KW 1935 10 toneladas Abidjan, Costa de Marfil 1930 22 kW 1956 J. Hilbert Anderson 1962 ASPECTO ECONÓMICO CARACTERÍSTICAS 3MW 3 PROYECTOS:

Lockheed (160 MW)

T.R.W (100 MW)

John Hopkins University (100 MW) 1974: OTEC-1 (1 MW)

1979: Mini-OTEC (50 kW) 1970 1970-1980 --> 120 kW INDIA
1 MW APLICACIONES Ciclos Instalaciones metros
cúbicos 4.300 2 MW --> Lockheed Martin company is designing a 5 to 10 MW pilot OTEC plant to sit on a floating offshore platform. Cost estimates range from $150M to $250M and the company has received a total of $10,2M over the past 2 years from the U.S. Navy and the Department of Energy to develop parts of the technology. 3,5 MW --> 300 Ton/h 60 millones de kms cuadrados de los mares tropicales absorben una cantidad de radiación solar equivalente en energía a unos 250 millones de barriles de petróleo Mini-OTEC
(5O kW) OTEC-1 (1 MW) 1998
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