Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
June 19, Tuesday 2018 2:04 PM       

       HEADLINES: Important info in box found near Jasna's house                                              Strong action against ADGP's daughter if her complaint is fake: Behera                                              Minister hospitalised on day seven of strike                                              Four Assam rifles jawans killed in Nagaland                                              Delhi HC asks who authorised Kejriwal's sit-in at LG's office                                              Three killed, 100 injured in Japan earthquake                                              Iran's president to visit Switzerland, Austria amid nuclear deal row                                              Messi regrets missing penalty against Iceland                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       INDIA Next Article: Six houses gutted in fire in UP's Banda  
       'Pollution free power generation through hydrogen possible'
         Posted on :01:07:41 Mar 11, 2018
       Last edited on:01:07:41 Mar 11, 2018
         Tags: 'Pollution free power generation through hyd
New Delhi: Current ways of generating electricity is becoming a bane for the whole world, be it conventional or non-conventional source.
Dumping of coal ashes, radioactive used fuel rods among many others are highly dangerous to the environment and humanity.
Latest research done in India has given hope to the world to generate electricity without damaging self or the environment. The recently patented hydrogen Power for producing electricity has become one of the best ways to generate electricity.
The latest hydrogen powered electricity generation is based on the principle that when molecules of hydrogen and oxygen combine, they generate some amount of energy which can be used move the turbine to extract power.
"Hydrogen Power is the only harmless resource that humanity has to produce electricity without harming the environment. Other non-conventional devices can do the same. However, HP can turn turbine anywhere and at any time where there is water. The proposal is based on the Faraday's principles of electric charge that when molecules of hydrogen and oxygen reunite as pure source, they provide a blast of energy. Each molecule generates 286 KJ of work and with 1022 molecules in a gram of water, the energy becomes an explosion. This energy can be used to turn the turbine and the resultant water is reused (sent back to a water tank reservoir)," said Dr JK Barthakur, patent holder.
Water and hydrogen are very common and abundant in the atmosphere and our environment. Hydrogen power is the logical and environmental friendly resource available in India (and in any part of the world) with no bad effects on the environment.
Many experiments have been conducted throughout the world to extract energy from hydrogen and water, but the reason for their failure was the presence of pollutants in the earlier experiments. Many cars running on hydrogen power also failed to pass the pollution test due to the fact that the source of hydrogen used as input was not substantially pure.
But the latest research done in India makes use of substantially pure oxygen and pure hydrogen which combines and produces energy to eventually become electricity without pollution. The feasibility of this method has already been validated by the IIT Delhi and the government of Australia has granted patent. The team is all set to get patented worldwide subsequently with practical experiments and further R&D.
"Requirement of a well structured IC Engine to tackle the force of the swift explosion, is one of the prime concerns in order to evacuate the high speed instant vacuum created. R&D is necessary to devise new set of sparking plugs that will operate with electricity or laser beam to cause unfailing sparking in very humid conditions; and at the same time withstand explosive force for a long time," said Professor Rajesh Khanna, HOD, Chemical Engineering, IIT-Delhi
Even though the system can afford it due to its high efficiency (1:1000 - input: output), but if the location of the ICE is made such that it gets input water without having to recycle the water back to its source, then the work-efficacy of the ICE will enhance. 
Next Article: Six houses gutted in fire in UP's Banda
Rahul writes to slain scribe's father, offers condolence  
Would like to see Rahul Gandhi as future PM: Kulkarni  
Open to discussions: Delhi officers after CM's assurance on security  
HC rejects pre-arrest bail pleas of lawyers booked over Sterlite stir  
ED files fresh charge sheet against Mallya, prepares for fugitive tag  
CBI in HC against bail granted to scribe Upendra Rai  
Delhi HC asks who authorised Kejriwal's sit-in at LG's office  
Muthalik compares Gauri Lankesh's murder to dog's death  
Bengal girl mistakes pistol for a toy, accidentally shoots mother  
Four Assam rifles jawans killed in Nagaland  
Minister hospitalised on day seven of strike  
Government ends ceasefire in Jammu  
Modi govt will have to do a lot more to win over Muslims  
Chhattisgarh women forced to live in 'menstruation house' during periods  
Subramanian Swamy calls Kejriwal ‘naxalite'  
Cop critical after dragged by car at check-point  
Death toll in Chilika boat tragedy rises to six  
Six injured in clash between groups in UP  
Boy sexually assaulted, violated with iron rod  
Panic as snake found in VIP lounge at Puducherry airport  
Goa's ex-CM Pratapsinh Rane hospitalised  
Bengaluru Techie arrives on a horse for work  
I killed Gauri Lankesh to save my religion: Waghmore to SIT  
Youth rapes, kills girl in Odisha village  
Army jawan killed in ceasefire violation in Nowshera  
Do you think electric bus will be a success in Kerala?
No opinion
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy