Ecological and environmental effects of wave energy developing (South coast of Caspian Sea, Iran)

Ashrafoalsadat Shekarbaghani

Abstract


The Caspian Sea has some potential alternative energy source including the wave energy, caused by the temperature difference between the water surface and the sea floor. The greatest potential as a renewable energy that can be developed in the south coast of Caspian Sea (Iran), derived from wave energy as a power plant. The piping installation, turbine system design, the gear systems, and the generator systems are essential instruments to maximize the conversion of wave energy into electrical energy in the wave power plant. Renewable energy can be efficiently converted into electrical energy is expected to be a solution to energy needs in Iran.


Keywords


the south coast of Caspian Sea;renewable energy;wave power plant;conversion

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