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(12) Patent Application: (11) CA 2857764
(54) English Title: KRISHNA'S METHOD WORLD'S FIRST DAMLESS UNDERGROUND SEA HYDROPOWER PLANT
(54) French Title: PREMIERE CENTRALE HYDROLIENNE EN MER SOUTERRAINE SANS BARRAGE AU MONDE SELON LA METHODE KRISHNA
(51) International Patent Classification (IPC):
  • F03B 13/00 (2006.01)
  • E02B 9/08 (2006.01)
  • F03B 13/08 (2006.01)
(72) Inventors :
  • KRISHNAMOORTHY, SRINIVASAN (Canada)
(73) Owners :
  • KRISHNAMOORTHY, SRINIVASAN (Canada)
(71) Applicants :
  • KRISHNAMOORTHY, SRINIVASAN (Canada)
(74) Agent: NA
(45) Issued:
(22) Filed Date: 2014-07-21
(41) Open to Public Inspection: 2014-10-16
Examination requested: 2014-08-18
(30) Availability of licence: N/A
(30) Language of filing: English

English Abstract


It is the world's first dam less underground sea hydropower plant to produce
any
amount of (MW) hydropower from SEA 24 hours a day 365 days a year. It
comprises Turbine-Generators
(11) to produce electricity and water tank (8) to collect wastewater from
Turbine
draft tube (20). Syringe barrel (5) to collect the wastewater from the water
tank (8) and
Automatic locomotives (15) diesel or steam a compound pulley (3) a load (27)
and are used to
push the Syringe piston (5) forward to compress the wastewater in the syringe
barrel (5) to
send it back to SEA (14) and to move the load (27) up in the syringe barrel
and then to move
back the syringe piston (6) for next operation. In my method SEA becomes a
RESERVOIR and
we can tap (produce) billions and billions or perhaps trillions and trillions
of stored energy
(MW or GW Electricity) in the entire sea (ocean). We do not need wave power,
tidal power,
wind power, solar power, biomass power, geothermal power, OTEC per, osmotic
power, ITER
power (built in FRANCE) or any other power anymore. We do not need oil, coal,
uranium,
thorium, natural gas anymore to produce electricity. My method to produce
cheap electricity
will eradicate poverty from EARTH. We can produce the cheapest electricity in
the world in
my method. The cheap electricity can be used to produce Hydrogen Fuel, cheap
drinking
water in desalination plants, and cheap water for agricultural purposes
(irrigation).We will be
able to manufacture floating rice or wheat fields (ships) and we can do
agriculture 365 days a
year on the sea (ocean) surface and solve the food crisis forever. We can
cultivate vegetables
and fruits for our needs.


Note: Claims are shown in the official language in which they were submitted.

CLAIMS :
1.An underground sea hydropower plant to produce any amount of
(MW) hydropower 24 hours a day 365 days a year comprising
a) A compound pulley (3) a Load (27) a rope (26) attached with a
load (27) which is connected with a syringe big piston (2) and a
Locomotive (15) to move down the load and the syringe big
piston inside the syringe barrel (5) to compress the wastewater
in the syringe barrel and send it back to SEA (14). The
Locomotive (15) moves backwards to lift the load (27) and the
syringe big piston (2) up for the next operation.
2. An underground sea hydropower plant as per claim-1 and this
method can be applied for Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants or
DAM based hydropower plants or Lakes or Rivers or Ponds to
produce hydropower 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

Note: Descriptions are shown in the official language in which they were submitted.

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DESCRIPTION :
MY method is related to produce hydropower from SEA 24 hours a day 365 days
a year.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION:
There have been many attempts td harness the energy from SEA for electrical
generation. These methods need huge investments to produce electridty from
SEA. We need to find a solution to solve the future power crisis before all
our
natural resources like oil uranium thorium coal are completely depleted
(removed) from earth. My novel method to produce electridty from SEA will
solve the present and future power crisis. My novel method for the first time
in
the world hydropower is produced below seashore No expensive DANIS'need to
be built in my method and we save 70 % investment costs. We can build Office
Buildings and Transformer stations underground to protect against tsunami and
hurricane attacks.
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- BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF 'THE DRAWINGS
_ FIG-1A is the representative drawing for my novel method.
= PART NAMES AND NUMBER
1. Hydraulk Press
2. Big Piston
3. Compound Pulley
4. Hydraulic Oil
5. Giant Syringe
6. Piston (water compressor)
7. Discharge pipe
8. Water Tank
9. Pipe
10. Penstock
11. Turbine-Generator-1
12.Turbine-Generator-2
13. Watergate
14. RESERVOIR (SEA)
15. LOCOMOTIVE (diesel or steam or natural gas or Hydrogen fuel cell) OR
Automatk Hydraulic Piston (Hydraulic Press) or Faccavator Crane Truck, bus
16. UNDERGROUND
17.. SEASHORE
18. Underground Roof
19. Valve
20:,Draft Tube
21. Overflow Pipe
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22. Outlet Pipe
23. Ground
24. EARTH
25. Wastewater (Seawater) -
26. Rope 27) LOAD 28) Plunger 29) Wheel for smooth movement 30) END
STOP. 31) Rubber insulation 32) Rod 33) Railway wagon with load.

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KRISHNA'S WORLD'S FIRST DAMLESS UNDERGROUND SEA HYDROPOWER
PLANT (FIG-1A)
HOW IT WORKS R6-1A (TECHNOLOGY)
= STEP-1 When water gate (13) is opened sea water flows down through a
Penstock (1% to the
underground (16) installed Turbine-Generators (11) which spins the Turbine to
produce
electridty 24 hours a day 365 days a year. In my method we can produce any
amount (MW)
of electricfty from SEA (14). The generated electricity is sent to long
distances through
Transformers and Power Lines (not shown).
STEP-2 WASTEWATER IS DISCHARGED EAac TO SEA BY PRESSURE METHOD USING A LOAD.
The watte sea water is discharged into a big water tank (8) first and then
into a giant syringe
barrel (5) by an outlet pipe (22) as shown. The water tank has several outlet
pipes.TO BEGIN
THE OPERATION let us first open the outlet pipe valve (19) and allow the water
to flow into
the syringe barrel (5). When the syringe barrel is filled with wastewater up
to the water
tank's (8) water level dose the valve (19) and move the automatic Locomotive
fdiesel steam
natural gas) forward to move down the load (27) and the piston (6) connected
with the load
using a compound pulley (3) and a rope (26) inside the syringe barrel to
compress the
wastewater and send it back to SEA (14) through a discharge pipe (7). Once
syringe barrel Is
empty move the LOCO (15) hackwards to lift the load and the piston up to touch
the END
STOPS (30) which stops at that point. Now open the outlet pipe valve (ti) and
allow the
wastewater to flow into the syringe barrel (5) FOR NEXT OPERATION. When the
syringe barrel
is filled close the valve move the Locomotive forward to move down the load
and the
syringe piston again to compress the wastewater and send it back to SEA
(14).When the
swinge barrel is empty move the LOCO (15) backwards to lift the load and the
syringe piston
Up for the next operation.. REPEAT these operations to discharge the
wastewater
continuously back to SEA and to produce electricity 24 hours a day 365 days a
year. The water
. tank has several outlet pipes (22) as shown which are connected with several
syringes(not
shown) which are connected (each) with a load rope compound pulley and a
Locomotive to
discharge any amount of the wastewater quiddy back to SEA (14). In this method
for example
if water flew rate is 100 m3/s then we can discharge 100 rnViiirastewater back
to SEA (14) at
the same time. We have to design the syringe size discharge pipe height and
volume
compound pulley and choose the right load (weight) (27) and right horse power
Locomotive
according to the CAPACITY of the underground sea hydropower plant. When we use
heavy
loads we can discharge the water quickly back to SEA. Apply this formula to
caladate the
power generated in my method POWER IN gw = 98 x We' te; flow' in en3/s X WATEk
IEAD
IN METERS X EFFICIENCY (95%),In this method compound pulley method is used
udng a less
weight to lift up heavy weight (load) (27).

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FIG-1B HOW IT WORKS (TECHNOLOGY) - ________________
STEP-1 When water gate (13) is opened water flows through a pipe to the
underground (16)
installed water tank (8) then when the Penstock (10) is opened sea water flows
down to the
underground installed Turbine-Generators (11) to spin the Turbine and to
produce electricity
24 hours a day 365 days a year. We can produce any amount (MW) of electridty
in my
method. The generated electricity is sent to long distances through
Transformers and Power
Lines (not shown).
STEP-2 WASTEWATERS DISCHARED BACK TO SEA BY PRESSURE METHOD (using a load)
Waste sea water is discharged into a giant water tank (8) first. A giant
syringe and the water
tank is connected by an outlet pipe (22).The water tank (8) has several outlet
pipes which is
connected with other syringes (not shown in the drawing). The outlet pipe is
connected at the
bottom of the syringe barrel (5) as shown. To begin THE OPERATION open the
outlet pipe
valve (19) and allow the wastewater from the water tank (8) to flow into the
syringe barrel at
the bottom. The wastewater will move up in the syringe barrel (5) due to water
tank (8)
water pressure up to water tank (8) water level in the syringe barrel (5).When
the load and
the piston moves up in the syringe barrel the wastewater from the water tank
also moves
up.When the syringe barrel is filled with wastewater close the valve (19) and
move the
automatic Locomotive (15) forward to move down the LOAD (weight) (27) and
syringe piston
(6) which is connected with the LOAD (27) as shown in the drawing using a rope
(26) and a
compound pulley (3). The load and the syringe piston while moving down
compresses the
wastewater in the syringe barrel (5) and send it back to SEA (14). When the
load and the
syringe piston touches the bottom of the syringe barrel (5) open the outlet
pipe valve (19)
and lift the load and the syringe piston up by moving the Locomotive
backwards. When the
valve (19) is opened wastewater enters into the syringe barrel again at the
bottom. The load
and the syringe piston moves up and stops by the END STOPS (30) as shown for
next
operation.When the syringe barrel is filled wfth wastewater dose the outlet
pipe valve (19)
and again move down the load and the piston to compress the wastewater and
send it back
to SEA. When the syringe barrel is empty open the valve (19) and lift the load
and the piston
up for next operation.REPEAT these operations again and again to discharge the
wastewater
back to SEA and to produce electricity 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We can
install several
syringes around the water tank (8) (not shown) and apply the same working
principle to
discharge the wastewater back to SEA (14) quiddy. We have to design the
syringe size
discharge pipe height and volume choose right load right Horse Power
Locomotive and
compound pulley for the hydropower plant CAPACITY. Apply the general formula
to calculate
the power generated in my method POWER IN KW = 10 x water head in meters x
water flow
in m3/s x Effldency (95 %). We can produce the world's cheapest electricity in
my method.

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r DETAIIAD DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS.
FIG-1A Explain how my novel method works. It is the world's first dam less
underground sea hydropower plant to produce any amount (MW) al electricity
24 hours a day 365 days a year. How my method works is explained in a
separate sheet (page-3).-
FIG-1B is'explained in a separate sheet (page-4) how it works.
...FIG-1C Explain how we can produce extra electricity in my method. It is
like one
bullet two birds method. We can install over ground water tanks (8) and
install
ground (23) Turbine-Generators (11) as shown in the drawing to produce extra
hydropower in my method. Working prindple for this method is same as FIG-1A.
FIG-1D Explain how we can discharge the wastewater back to gEA (14) quickly
using several outlet pipes (22) attached with the big water tank (8) and
several
syringes (not shown).
FIG-2 A Explabs when a compound putley k used in my method it (rope) needs
less effort
(force) to aka heavy load. Thb prirKiple is applied to lift the load up using
a compound puliey =- '
and an automatic diesel (or steam or natural gas or hydrogen fuel celi)
locomotive in my
method. An example is given. -=
1.For example if we need to apply 400 Ton force (pressure) on ihe siringe
piston we can
apply 400 Ton weight-(LOAD) on the syringe piston and if we use 4 pulleys as
shown in 116-2A
then we have to apply 100 Ton force by an automatic Locomotive (diesel or
steam or natural
gas or hydrogen fuel) to lift up the 400 Ton load (27) by pulling the rope
(26) backwards whidi -
is attathed with load (27) and syringe piston (6).as shown in FIG-1A. This
pulley method
orindple using less weight to Oft the heavy load up is used in nity method.
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=
i) For example if the syringe discharge pipe volume is 31.0 m3 (Length = 100
Meters and Radius = 1 meter) which is equal 1 Ton by weight we have to apply
at least 4 to 5 times the pressUre should be applied (from 1240 Ton to 1550
Ton
OR FROM 2728400 IDS PSI TO 3410000 LBS PSI) j on the syringe piston than the
-
weight of the syringe discharge pipe(7) 'tater column to discharge the
wastewater back to SEA. We need only 310 Ton to 400 Ton total pressure ( from
682000 LAS PSI to 880000 LBS PSI)) should be applied on the rope (26) to UFT
the 1240 Ton LOAD (27) UP !SING AN AUTOMATIC LOCOMOTNE (15).
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FIG 2B Explains how we can understand my novel method how it works.
' (AliPLICABLE FOR HORIZONTALLY INSTALLED SYRINGE ALSO'
;110146AN. =D PULLEY)
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For:emu-Op jet us say volume rof theWringe barrel is 300014: = (length =40
Meters,. radius =
1 .S.Meteri). ft takes 30 seconds (since flow rate i 100 m3 thenio0m3/s
wateris discharged = : -
into the syringe barrel) to fill Up the syringe barrel. The discharge pipe
height is 100 meters
- (water.head) and volume is 100*m3. Now We place a LOAD 200 Ton on the
syringe piston =
. what. happens now is since volume Of.the discharge. pipe is 100 m3then
100 m3 (100 Ton by
weight) water will be discharged Outside by the diStharge pipe. Now we place
SOO Ton weight
= (LOAD) On the syringe piston Whetwill happen now Is 400.m3-(400 Ton)
volume will be
. discharged. outside at one shot (one time). Now we place 1000 Ton WAD an the
syringe
= piston now 900 m3 (900 Tors) volume of water will be discharged outside
by the diScharge
= pipe at Orlishot. When we place 1000 Ton weight an the syringe piston it
will take around 5 .
- seconds to-discharge the 3000=3 water outside IN the discharge pipe.
When we increase the
. weight of the LOAD water will be &die:zed very fast b the discharge
pipe. When wateris
fully dlidtatied:mitside we can lift the LOAO.up (piston is attached with the
LOAD FIG-1A) for -'=
. next Operation-14in e pulley and an aptornaidc Locomotive. (diesel steam
or natural
When we use 1000 Ton LOAD and If %34 use 4 pulleys then we need on.ly LSO Ton
lifdng force
to be 'applied On the rope isy.the Locomotive told up the 1000 Ton LOAD.
Thespeed-of the
- WAD drops the length and volume of the discharged pipe the volume of
the syringe barrel - =
andthe-weighi ofthe LOAD -deterndnes the power production paw) of the
underground sea
hydropirwer plants. (One m3 viaiir =-OneTon by weleha ,
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=
For Example we take a 100 MW underground sea hydropower plant. Let us say
,=
- 100 meter water head and 100 m3/s flow rate then according to power
calculation POWER IN KW = 10 (GRAVITY))( WATER HEAD IN METERS X WATER
= *FLOW RATE.In ,m3/s x Efficiency (95 %). Then we are produdnc.10 x 100 x
100 x
.95 ¨ 95 MW. If We want send back the 100 m3/s water_badc to SEA (WATER
HEAD 100 METERS) We need 120 MW. So we are spending (120 ¨ 95) 25.MW
. more to send the wastewater back to SEA. We can understand now that we
need extra 25 % MW to discharge the water back to sea. We can apply the same
.. -
way t6-calcuIate the needed force to be applied to discharge the wastewater
back to SEA using a PRESSURE calculation chart. IF THE SYRINGE DISCHARGE
= PIPE FOR EXAMPLE HAS 100 METERS HEIGHT AND 1 METER RADIUS then (area x
=
_ preitiire= force") we have to apply 132 Ll3S PSI PRESSURE (for 100
meters
waterheadj+ 30 % more pressure (40 1.13S PSI) that is-172 LBS=PSI pressure. on

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FIG-2C Explains when the syringe is installed in a horizontal position how it
works.
In this drawing SYRINGE &installed horizontally: For example let us.say.
syringe barrel
volume is 3000 M3 (3000 Ton) and discharge pipe volume Is 100 in3 (00 Ti) and
Discharge
' = Pipe Height is 100 meters (since water head is 106 meters): one m3
volume of water is equal
to one Ton by Weight Since discharge pipe volume Is 100.1113 (100 Ton) it
needs 30% more
,
pressure (130 Ton pressure) to send theWastewater back to SEA. if we apply 130
Ton
-
= pressure (286000 LBS PSI pressure) on the syringe piston by a GE model
U36 CG 3600
HORSEPOWER DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE then 100 m3 (100 Ton) (since flow rate Is um. m3)
-
=
volume awasteWaterwill be discharged back to SEA by the discharge
pipe. If we *ply 500 _
Ton total pressure onthe syringe piston now 300.m3 volume. (300 Ton) of
Wastewater will be .
- = discharged back to SEA. If welpply now 1000 Ton.pressure on the syringe
piston now 800 m3
000 Ton).will be discharged back to SEA. For example if the syringe barrel
takes 30 seconds
to fill up (since for example water flow rate 11180 m3) then if we apply 1000
Ton pressure
(2000000tBS PSI pressure) on the syringe piston theiriastewater Mil be
discharged back to
== .SEA In 5 seconds. When we.apply More and. more pressure on the syrkige
piston moves
' forward very fast to compreis_thayirastewater- .thentiastevrater will
be discharged bafic to
SEA yell/ fast-lite piston moves tr.rilththe- same arst;lied pressure to the
other end olthestidnee.
= ACCOrOng to PASCALi LAW when Turbine= 'draft tqbe yakre is dosed and the
svrinize barrel is
-filled withWastekaater the PRESSURE APPLIED on the' svrince piston will be
transmitted
undiminished to the other end where discharge. Pipe is attached-with the
syringe barrel to ==
send the water badc to SEA.
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FIG .ID It is the CHART for calculating how much pressure should be applied on
the syringe
piston.
FIG- 2E Explains PASCAL'S LAW and how Pascal's Law works in my method.
According to
Pascal's law when pressure is ap-ptied on the syringe piston it Is transmitted
undiminished to
= the other end of the syringe where syringe discharge pipe is attached to
discharge the tifira-R.
Please do not calculate' the volume of water in the syringe barrel and
pressure
calculation. If you calculate the volume of water in the syringe barrel and If
you
apply force then you are DISCHARGING not100 m3/s water but the whole . = ¨
volume Crf waterin the--
= at onetime . Olease calculate the needed 'pressure
sYrinie -
to be applied on the syringe piston for the discharge pipe water column weight
=
. through pressure calculating chart attached with this letter. When forte is
= =
applied on the syringe piston it only discharges for example 100 m3/s water
and
= it is not discharging the whole volume of water per.second in the syringe
barrel. ,

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As per Pressure calcubtion chart if syringe discharge pipe height is 100
meters Radius one
='roster then volume would be approdmately 310 m3 or 310 Tons by weightit
needs 132 IBS
PSI FORCE should be applied on the syringe piston But this 310 Ton weight
water column =
keeds,30 %. (40 PSO more force to Move up vertically and discharge back to
SEA. Plow we
t. = need a total force of 132 LBS PSI +40 LBS PSI force (pressure)
should be applied on the
syringe piston. According to Pascars law this 172 IBS PSI pressure is
transmitted
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undiminished to the other end of the syringe where discharge pipe is attached
with the =
syringe barrel. SO we need only 172 LBS PSI total force should be applied on
the piston to
= send the 310 m3/s water back to SEA.
- FIG-3A Explains how my novel PULLEY method can be applied to produce
extra hydropower
'from a DAM.
FIG-3B Explains how we can convert a pumped storage hydropower plant operation
24 hours
a day 365 day a year unlike our present pumped storage power plants are
operation during
peak hours only.
FIG-3C Explain how we can produce electricity again and again using the same
amount of water in a closed cycle method. Working principle for this method is

same as FIG-1A.
FIG-3D Explain how we can produce electricity for industries and houses in a
_ small scale hydropower plant.
FIG-4 A Explains if we attach several discharge pipes with the syringe barrel
at the bottom
= how fast we can discharge the wastewater back to SEA.
FIG-48 Explains how we can discharge the wastewater back to SEA using several
compound
pulleyt-(3), Wads (27), and an automatic Locomotives (15). When the Watergate
(13) is
opened sea water flows down through a Penstock (10) to the underground (16)
installed
Turbine-Generator (11) to spin and produce electridty 24 hours a day 365 days
a year. The

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generated electricity is then sent to long rPstances through Transformers and
Power Lines.
f. The wastewater is collected in first set of several separate water
tanks as shown in the
drawing. Turbine draft tube (20) is attached with an outlet pipe (22) to
discharge the
wastewater Into second set of Separate-water tanks (8) which has piston load
rope pulley and
an autoMatic Locomotive (not shown in the drawing). The draft tube and outlet
pipe (2i) has
valves (19) to open and dose. Inside the water tanics pistons (6) are
installed as shown;The
pistons are connected with load s (27) then with separate ropes (260) and then
connected to a
single automatic Locomotive (15). The Locomotive moves forward and backward to
lift and
move down the piston (5) and the load (27) to compress the wastewater in the
water tanks '
(8) and Send wastewater back to SEA (14) as shown. Each piston load rope are
connected to a
single automatic Locomotive. Compound pulleys (3) are used to move the rope
(26) up and
down (to move the load (27) and the piston (6) up and down). REPEAT these
operations again
and again to send the wastewater back to SEkand to produce electridty
continuously 24
houts a day 365 days a year.
FIG-4CExplains how we can design a syringe. The syringe piston has wheels to
move
smoothly up and down. The syringe piston and plunger are attached with the
LOAD then all
are attached with the rope. Again piston plunger load and rope all are
attached with an
automatic Locomotive.
FIG-5 It is also a hydraulic system sea hydropower plant. It works Rice a.
GARAGE (CAR REPAIR
SHOP) HYDRAULIC PRESS. In the garage shop hydraulic press is usc;dto lift the
car up and
move down and in My method same sdentific idea is applied for w=ater tank.
Water tank is
moved up using a hydraulic press to discharge the sea water into an upper tank
and water
tank moves down after water is discharged into the upper tank for next
operation as shown
in the drawing. Water tank has a valve to open and dose. Water Is released
from upper tank
and the sea water flows down through a pipe to the ground installed Turbine-
Generator to
- spin the Turbine and to produce electricity 24 hours a day 365 days_ a
year. Waves push the
SEA water through a pipe into the ground water tank as shown in the drawing.
FIG-6 Explains how it works FIG-1A. The drawing itself shows how hydropower is
produced
from SEA. When Watergate is opened water is brought to a ground water tank as
shown in
the drawing .When the water tank valve is opened the sea water flows down
through a
Penstock to the underground installed Turbine-Generator to spin the Turbine to
produce.
- electridty 24 hours a day 365 days a year. The generated electricity is
then sent to long
distance through Transformers and Power Lines. The wastewater isdischarged
into a giant
syringe and how the wastewater is discharged back to SEA Is explained in FIG-
1A and FIG-1B.
in my novel method SEA becomes a RESERVOIR and we can tap (produce) billions
and bMions .
Perhaps billions and billions of stored energy (MW) in the entire SEA (ocean).

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FIG-7 Explains how we can install multi Th-rbine-Generators underground (below
seashore) to
produce the needed electricity for our daily consumption.
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FIG-8 Explains cost to operate a DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE. For example if we have to
pull the
PULLEY ROPE 50 meters backwards then the diesel Locomotive has to move 50
meters
backwards and 50 meters forward to move the (PULLEY ROPE) LOAD down In the
hydraulic
press to a total distance of 100 meters. Les us say forward and backward
movement of the
DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE is one full operation. Let us consider for two full
operations the DIESEL
1OCOMOTIVE takes 5 minutes and for one hour it completes 24 operations and for
24 hours
. (one day) it completes 24 x 24 = 576 operations. For 576 operations the
DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE
= travels a total distance of (576 operations x 100 meters = 57600 meters)
57600 meters or 57.6
- KM per day. GE diesel Locomotive model U36CG has 330 KM range and has
5000 gallon diesel
tank. For example if one gallon diesel is 4 U.S dollars then for 50001galions
diesel it v.vill cost
4 x S000 = 20000 US dollars. If we produce 1000 MWth and if we sell 10 cents
fhr one KWh
- then we make 14.4 million U.S dollars for 6 days ( 330 KM RANGE/ 57.6 KM
PER DAY = 6 DAYS
- APPROXIMATELY). We are making 14.4 million U$ dollars and spending only
20000 U.S
dollars to operate the diesel Locomotives for 6 days. These calculations are
done to explain
how cheap it is to produce electricity in my method.
F(G-19 Explains if we use a syringe with several mufti discharge pipes
attached with the syringe
barrel as shown in the drawing how fast we can effidently discharge the
wastewater back to
SEA. Multi discharge pipe syringe works on iiascars Law.
FIG-10 Explains we can add more force using additional Locomotives (diesel or
steam or
natural gas or hydrogen fuel cell )) as shown in the drawing. For example If
we use one GE
model U36CG diesel Locomotive which has 3600 horsepower engine and ff one
Locomotive is
not enough we can attach another same model Locomotive with the first one to
have more
force, or pressure (total 7200 horsepower) to apply on the syringe piston to
compress the
wastewater to send it back to SEA. We can add any number of Locomotives if
needed. This is
one of the great advantages in my method.
FIG-11Explains the benefits we have in my novel method.

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FIG-12A Explains how we can quickly discharge the wastewater back to SEA using
several
outlet pipes (22) attached wit' the big water tank (8). Each outlet pipe is
attached with a
giant syringe and the syringe piston is attached with a load (22) then to a
rope and then to an
automatic Locomotive (15) through a compound pulley system(3). The working
prindple(DISCHARGE METHOD) of each syringe is same as FIG-1A.
FIG-1213 Explains using a multi barrel syringe how we can quickly discharge
large quantity of
wastewater(25) in large scale underground sea hydropower plants. We can use
any number
of multi barrel syringes to discharge the wastewater according to the plant
capacity.
FIG-12C Explains how we can produce extra hydropower in the same method.
Wastewater is
not discharged back to SEA instead discharged into a upper water tank (8) as
shown and
water flows down into a second penstock to the underground(16) installed
second Turbine-
Generator (11) whish spins the Turbine to produce electricity 24 hours a day
365 days a year.
FIG-13 Explains how we can move the load and piston up and down using a CRANE
(15).
FIG-14 Explains the rope is attached with a rod which (is attached with an
automatic
Locomotive (15)) has wheels for smooth movement forward and backward to move
the load
(27) and syringe piston (6) up and down.
FIG-15 Explains how we can avoid the Locomotive being pulled into the syringe-
imrrel when
the weight of the load (27) is higher than the the weight of the Locomotive.
Generally each
Locomotives weighs from 80 to 120 Tons. For example if the LOAD (27) weight is
1000 Ton
then we can attach a railway wagon and put 2000 Ton inside the wagon and then
attach it
with the Locomotive. Now we have 2000 Ton wagon weight + Locomotive weight
(example
100 Ton) a total weight of 2100 Ton twice the weight the weight of the
load(27) to avoid
being pulled inside the syringe barrel by the LOAD and Piston.
FIG-16 Explains when multi discharge pipe syringe is used the wastewater can
be collected
into a big pipe (9) and then discharged into a water tank(8) or into a SEA
(14).
ig-17 Explains how we can design a movable valve using a hydraulic press for
giant discharge
pipes (7) Turbine draft tubes (20) and water tanks (8).
S.KRISHNAMOORTHY (INVENTOR),
2) S.KRISHNAMOORTHY
2/77,00thukeni street.
24, MAPLE CIRCLE, D.D.O-PQ, H9B 1E5
THIRUMAYAM-622507
CANADA Email.solaiandavaregmail.com
TAMILNADU , INDIA.

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