Micro-Hydro - Prospect Of Micro-Hydro for sustainable development of Bangladesh
by Hussain, Abrar
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Hydropower is essentially a product of solar energy. The sun begins the hydrologic cycle by evaporating water from land and sea. Hot air, which rises over the water, carries moisture to the land as rain or snow. Much of the water falls on high lands and drains into streams and rivers as it flows back down to the sea. This flow over the different elevations can be harnessed by a hydroelectric project to produce electricity. Hydroelectric generation is the cleanest source of electrical energy available and is a renewable resource since the natural flow of water is a continuous process. It is almost pollution free and can provide power without producing waste. It is easy to control and is highly efficient.It is a technology that has been utilized throughout the world, by a diverse range of societies and cultures, for many centuries. Micro-hydro power is the small-scale harnessing of energy from falling water; for example, harnessing enough water from a local river to power a small factory or village.
Abrar Hussain from Bangladesh. Currently, I am working as a Lecturer in the Department of EEE of Southern University Bangladesh. I completed my graduation from Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology under the same department. My research area focuses on the improvement of Energy Sector of the developing countries.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
08 December 2011
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.004 m; 0.154 kg