Thermodynamics and Energy

   

Estudo do Sistema Pelamis Para Captação de Energia Maremotriz

Authors: A. Gobato, D. F. G. Fedrigo, R. Gobato

Many sources of energy have been researched for their proper capture, where some stand out for their ease of obtaining, others for low cost and others for being renewable. Here we study a source of energy - the sea wave, whose capture is still under development. This energy comes from the sea waves and is 100% renewable, and the treatment system here is the Pelamis System. Over the years the energy has become vital for the human being, allowing us comfort, leisure, mobility among other factors. The search for cheap and renewable energy sources has grown significantly in recent years, mainly to a diminishing effect that has degraded nature, enabling scientists and engineers to search for new technologies. Some countries where there are not many forms of energy capture, such as sources of alternative sources such as wind, solar, thermoelectric, marine energy and many others. Among the methods of energy capture mentioned above, a project created by Chinese in 1988, with the intention of being an infinite and totally clean energy source that caught our attention. It is a system that is not generated by the movement of the waves, this project is called Pelamis.

Comments: 1 Page. Panel presented at the XIX Physics Week, at the State University of Londrina, from September 15 to 19, 2014.

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