[microhydro] [Fwd: via hydropage]
- Dear members,
This massage reached me directly, but is of interest to all of us.
> from: "Daniel Youngs" <danyoungs@...>------------------------------------------------------------------------
> My name is Dan, I live in New York state, USA, I am very interested in micro-hydro. I want to try a grid connected induction generator to lower my energy bills.
> The local utiliy would very much disapprove, likey force me to get a lot of permits for the dam as such. I would like to show them a safe design which would trip off if the was an
> outage to insure no back feed could happen. I realize that an induction generator needs the grid for induction of the field. How ever I am concerned with residual magintism and
> capitance in other equipment providing enough field to produce some power without the grid on.
> Do you think a induction generator could self excite without the grid?
> How could I sense if the grid went out and not be effected by the power coming from my own generator?
> I am not looking for backup if the grid is down, I'll handle that with a portable generator. I am looking to insure the saftey of any lineman working during an outage.
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- Dear group,
Please see attached message by Jonathan regarding the replacement of a
If any of you will be able to assist him, please contact him directly at
chapj@... (cc to the group when relevant please).
I have forwarded your message to the micro hydro discussion forum, a
group of 1900+ members professionally and/or personally interested in
micro hydropower. I hope some of them will be able to assist you with
the question raised. For more information on the discussion forum and
link to the archive, please see http://microhydropower.net/mhp_group
Wim Jonker Klunne
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: via hydropage
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 20:53:20 -0400
From: chapj <chapj@...>
I am looking to replace a worn out bronze pelton wheel that is 9" dia
with a 1 1/4" shaft, head @ nozzle of 200 feet (86.6PSIG) nozzle dia
5/8", flow rate of 90 ImpGPM, with a speed under load of 1680RPM that
was purchased from Little Spokane Hydroelectric. If you sell or know of
a company that sells pelton wheels of that size which could replace the
one that is wearing out please let me know. Thank you for your help!
Looking forward to your reply.