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  • Gnanaprakash

    June 11, 2021 at 12:22 AM

    The picture portrays two events involved in the production of electricity with

    the help of wave power. The first one including when the waves arrive and the latter

    when they withdraw.

    Initially, when the waves collide with the cliff they enter through a chamber with

    full force bringing along a huge amount of air which dictates the direction of the wave

    flow. As they hit the sea wall they come to a stop and the air that has carried them

    moves forward and travels along with the thin columns all the way up to the turbine rotating

    it in the clockwise direction. This will help pump electricity and the wind exits through

    these columns

    Secondly, when the air moves in the opposite direction (away from the cliff in this

    event), the air enters into the narrow column where it has exited previously. Then it

    turns the turbine and exits through the chamber along with the waves. The turbine is

    in fact spun in the same direction in both the events.

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