Hydroelectric project (small drop and low flow)

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Re: Hydroelectric project (small drop and low flow)




View sicetaitsimple » 23/06/19, 23:11

Remundo wrote: Who do you think you are, sir?


Ah, the message has been changed, because in the first version I saw, it was basically written at the conclusion "how long are you going to keep pissing us off".
Bah it will be the time that life will allow us, provided of course that we still want it and that no moderator closes the door. I recognize that bathing in its juice without contradiction can sometimes seem comfortable, I'm not sure that it advances ideas much.
So to answer the question of the modified post Who do you think you are, sir?: well for nothing more than an average citizen who just thinks they have some skills or experiences to share, especially in the field of energy.
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View Remundo » 23/06/19, 23:13

Bardal wrote:PS Can you point out that the reference you give has already been given on the first page; but of course you didn't see it ...

what do you really know about what i read or not?
bardal wrote:Frankly, I find it lamentable, and unworthy of the quality of some speakers of this forum… And as anachronistic as your solid sources of nineteenth century...

It is therefore suitable for light falls “between 0.60 and 3 meters. With a very slow walk, its yield can reach 0.80 and even 0.85 (…). ”(Claudel, 1917, 380-381). (fig. 2 and 3)
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Work expended per second 2104 x 2.3 = .............................. 4839 kgm
Actual work produced per second. .................................... 4069 kgm
Efficiency (on the second drive shaft) ........................ 0.84

1) the way of formulating your text suggests that I am a bad speaker on this forum
2) the large gravity wheels were developed a century ago, no wonder that serious sources date back to this time
3) In what century do you situate Mr. Bardal in 1917?
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View Remundo » 23/06/19, 23:16

sicetaitsimple wrote:
Remundo wrote: Who do you think you are, sir?


So to answer the question of the modified post Who do you think you are, sir?: well for nothing more than an average citizen who just thinks they have some skills or experiences to share, especially in the field of energy.

and now you invent posts ...

if not energy, you have it especially for the godwin points and to despise your interlocutors who nevertheless brought a small stone to the building of your immense knowledge whose size equals only its condescension.

On this I leave you all to your quarrels of scientific ego and other remarkable historical references, I lost enough time with you, and I communicated all the useful elements for Makadam to reflect on his project.

Good week.
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View sicetaitsimple » 23/06/19, 23:26

Remundo wrote:and now you make up posts ...


Please don't lie, I read the post perfectly as it was written in its initial version and was about to answer it. Certainly it's word for word ... I haven't made a copy of it.
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View Remundo » 23/06/19, 23:34

I'm not lying, I didn't write "piss off" in the first version of my post.

But this is only secondary ...
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View Christophe » 23/06/19, 23:41

Locked by the stasi (what should not be heard!) Until the heat drops (= weekend)
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View Christophe » 02/07/19, 00:24

It's reopened ...

The heat wave lasted longer than expected! : Cheesy:
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