IIT Madras Working Creating “Blue Energy” From Estuaries - Green Showcase @ GreenExpo
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Dr. Vishal Nandigana, an IIT-M researcher is working on a novel technology that generates electricity from estuaries.
Uses a semi-permeable membrane to separate salt and freshwater to produce power from resultant pressure.
Reduce dependency on conventional fuel/ energy sources.
Osmotic Power Technology involves the following processes:
Benefit of osmotic power generation is that estuaries where sea and fresh water meet can be used to generate power.
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Prof Vishal Nandigana,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras.
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IIT Madras researchers are creating 'blue energy' from the meeting point of salt water and fresh water in estuaries : The article explores Dr Vishal Nandigana's interest in Osmotic Power.
IIT Madras faculty works on breakthrough technology to derive power from estuaries : The article talks about the innovation in the osmotic power breakthrough of IIT Madras' team lead by Dr. Vishal Nandigana.
IIT-Madras researchers develop AI software to engineering problems : Dr. Vishal Nandigana also has a deep seated interest in developing hardware and software AI algorithms to solve engineering problems.
This Power Generator Runs on Saltwater : The article talks about osmotic power and its relevance to common people's perception of renewable energy sources.
Electricity generated with water, salt and a three-atoms-thick membrane : The article takes a look at the latest innovations taking place in osmotic power around the world.