Lecture – 35 Optimal Load Flow (Contd.)

This is our last class lecture 35, Optimal Load Flow we continue, and we introduce and finish Hydro Thermal Scheduling. Last time we did out with equality constraints if you recall the optimal load flow. Today, we are doing with inequality constraints. Now, inequality constraints all of you understand, what is the meaning of inequality […]

Hydro Heritage

in this film I’m going to explore the heritage of small-scale hydropower in Scotland starting with early winter wheels and ending up with modern micro hydro plant my first port of call is a penalty to speak with graham calculus and expert on early water wheels. I’m in water mill at aberfeldy and I come […]

Kaplan Turbine Working and Design

Kaplan turbines are suitable for power extraction when water energy is available at low head and high flow rate which means they are suitable for operation when water is stored in big reservoir at relatively shallow altitude In kaplan turbine flow is entered through a spiral casing decreasing area of casing make sure that flow […]

Ecosystem Ecology: Links in the Chain – Crash Course Ecology #7

There’s a lot of ideas that we just assume that we know a lot about because we hear about them all the time. For instance, I know what pop music is, but if you were to corner me at a party and say, “Hank, what is pop music?”, I’d be like, “It’s, uh…it’s like, uh…the […]

White Holes | Space Time

This episode is supported by LegalZoom. Lurking in the depths of the mathematics of Einstein’s general relativity is an object even stranger than the mysterious black hole. In fact, it’s the black hole’s mirror twin: the white hole. Some even think that these could be the origin of our universe. The astrophysical phenomenon of the […]