Comment on: Youth Corps of Malawi
June 15, 2018 00:01

This project is great for helping assist underprivileged secondary students, I suggested to develop the project with help from companies or associations to help university students as well

Comment on: Water Watt
June 14, 2018 23:49

Thank you very much Alinafe for your comment.
Yes, I have done some experiments and calculations with doctors specializing in energy engineering, electrical engineering and fluid engineering to calculate the efficiency of the device, but we have not finished manufacturing the final model within the specifications and industrial quality standards.
The amount of electricity generation depends on the rotation and rotation depends on the speed of flow so the work of the initial tests easy before complete the manufacturing final model. And yes of course using this device in the third world countries contribute to solving a very important problem.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 14, 2018 23:01

Thank you very much Eng.safaa for your comment.
Of course it will be less expensive, especially in the manufacture of large quantities, the cost of manufacturing will become less than the cost of manufacturing for the first time.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 14, 2018 22:57

Thank you very much Farah for your comment.
The cost of the device will become less when the large quantities, in these areas for example (dead sea - red sea water Conveyance ) in Jordan and ( Niagara falls) in the states and Canada, using the device will be very useful. These sources around the world offer a very good opportunity to help people provide electricity to them.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 13, 2018 16:28

Thank you very much Mr. Osioni for this comment and for this wonderful question
The efficiency of the system for example for the 3.7-inch single device , produces twice the solar cell by 600 watts to 1 kW twice the solar cell output. The speed of the water flow is different from the pipe another, for example in Jordan the minimum flow rate of water in the pipes of water transfer is approximately 131. L / second it produces approximately 600 watts. Compared with the other methods, its efficiency is very good in production, maintenance, manufacturing, and useful life. It is also made of recycled plastic. And, yes of course will be affordable to ordinary people and the rich, the device can be operated on fluid movement not only water and soon we will work on design and development the device to operate on air in certain areas.
We do not directly target areas containing rivers, streams or seas,In my country of Jordan and specifically in my village we do not have rivers or lakes or sea, the device is currently targeting any area in any country in the world containing water pipes or a network of water pipes from 3.5/3.7 inch - 79 inch , we are developing it to be used on pipelines less than that. And the use of the device is very simple.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 13, 2018 14:44

Thank you very much Mr. Ahed for your comment and your question
Yes, of course, the need to generate electricity, especially from renewable energy, is very cool especially for the environment.
Yes, the device is designed for pipes of high pressure and low pressure and is also efficient in load pressure and also does not cause a higher resistance pressure like a pressure turbine resistance because the design limits this problem.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 12, 2018 15:46

Thank you very much Motamed for your comment.
Yes, of course, one of the important things is to provide electricity, especially to remote areas and refugee camps.
The minimum diameter of the device is 3.5 inches - 3.7 inches but I am currently working on a new design less than this diameter to use in homes and small buildings.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 12, 2018 15:38

Thank you very much Neema Mti for this nice comment.
Of course it is impressive how their young people actively engage in innovative ways of sustainability. In most countries of the third world, it is difficult to connect electricity to refugee camps, especially the cost of electricity transmission infrastructure, but food and water are provided quickly to them. Water is transferred to the camps through large tanks or plastic water pipes. Therefore, can be use the devic to generate electricity from this limited resources and can be found other ways.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 12, 2018 15:03

Hello Farah Thank you very much for your great comments and questions.
Yes, the need for electricity increases day by day, and generating electricity is the most important challenge.
The structure of the device is made of plastic so it takes a very long time to corroded or influenced by environmental factors and the inner pieces are also saved inside.
Including the value of maintenance of the device or one of the inner piece of the device at the cost of remove and installation and replacement of the piece or the addition of the lube bearing. But in general the device does not need to be renewed only the front piece is cleaned if we have a large impurities inside the pipes,the cost of remove, installation and renewed around 5$ - 10$ . For the countries that lack to water resources we are looking to find basic sources of water transportation such as pipes or wells or marshes and work a simple project with pipes to transport water from and to the same place and take advantage of this process to generate electricity and we have many way to find out way to generate electricity.

Comment on: Water Watt
June 11, 2018 21:48

Thank you very much Ethel Dredda Iyeh Orock
I appreciate your comment, providing electricity is one of the most important needs of people and the preservation the environment in the field of power generation is one of the main axes at this time.