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Micro Hydro Power Plant
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Micro hydroelectric power: Feasibility of a domestic plant
Abstract—Electricity is one of the most important inputs for economic development of a country. Micro-hydropower is considered to be the most feasible, decentralized renewable energy option for providing reliable and affordable electricity to the remote and isolated areas of Ethiopia. This study sought to assess socio-economic and environmental impacts of micro hydro power plant situated in the rural area of Leku Woreda in Jimma, Ethiopia. The geological study conducted indicated that there is no risk of soil instability in Leku site and the negative impact on the environment due to the project was found to be negligible based on the capacity of the plants.
This paper addresses the design, modeling, and performance analysis of a Pelton turbine using CFD for one of the selected micro hydro potential sites in Ethiopia to meet the requirements of the energy demands. The site has a net head of The design process starts with the design of initial dimensions for the runner based on different literatures and directed towards the modeling of bucket using CATIA V5. Consequently, the present study has also the ambition to reduce the size of the runner to have a cost effective runner design. The case study described in this paper provides an example of how the size of turbine can affect the efficiency of the turbine.