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Sunday, 18 October 2009 14:34
1. VARIABLE ELEVATION HYDRO POWER STATIONS OF ZHINVALI HYDRO POWER STATION (Business plan)

I.Orjonikidze, V.Jamarjashvili, G.Gigiberia, A.Mirianashvili, D.Dgebuadze

In accordance with the suggested technology, on the water reservoirs of the hydroelectric power station will be used hydro energy of feeding water, which is lost on existing hydroelectric power station in the period, when there is a fluctuation of level of water from maximum to minimum and back in the water reservoir. It means in the months of emptying (autumn-winter) and filling (spring) of water reservoir.

Innovational hydroelectric power station with variable mark carries out diversion flow from intake unit, located near the feeding water inflow in the water reservoir. Then, by the diversion water conduit, water goes to pressure reservoir in the minimum explanation range of the water reservoir. From the reservoir, a turbine pipeline will be directly connected to the hydraulic unit, which in turn will be mounted on the platform, floating in the water reservoir. Hydroelectric power station with the variable mark will be operated on the variable head. In case of pressure intake system, a device of head reservoir won’t be needed any more.

Innovational technology is patented and for nowadays it is not carried out.

Generation, produced on the hydroelectric power station with the variable mark is based on ecologically clean energy carrier. Also major portion of generated el. power (~66%) coincides with the period of deficit of el. power in the energy system of the country and correspondingly occurs an introduction of capacities in the energy system by means of heat stations.

Cost of produced el. power on hydroelectric power station with the variable mark will be less energy, than on traditional hydroelectric power station.
Adoption of suggested technology in Georgia is possible on the following water reservoirs of hydroelectric power station: Jinvali, Inguri, Sioni and in perspective – Khudoni, Namakhvani etc.


2. PROPOSAL OF TECHNOPARK FOR BORJOMI PARK

I. Orjonikidze, R. Pataraia, V. Jamarjashvili, A. Mirianashvili

The proposal includes complex usage of solar, wind and water power resources to obtain electric power. General plan for obtaining the electric power is the following: power generated by solar and wind power equipment is supplied to the water pump, the latter’s function is to elevate water flown from the river to H1, where the first regulating basin is arranged. Water from this basin is supplied to hydroelectric generators through the pressure pipelines by putting H2 (H2>H1) meter pressure for power generation purposes, as H1<H2 i.e. the elevation of water to be pumped out by the solar and wind power is less than the water turbine pressure. In case of transferring the same water volumes, both excessive capacity and excessive power generation (V. Jamarjashvili, 1997; 2003) are obtained.
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