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The Hidden Power of Sewage. St. Paul’s Co-educational College. Lo Ka Shun, Parco Tsang Tin Ki, Angela Wong Ho Gan, Albert Poon Wing Yiu, Sarah. How much sewage we Hong Kong people produce each day?. X 1400. 2.6 million cubic metres!!. Working Principle.

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### The Hidden Power of Sewage

St. Paul’s Co-educational College

Lo Ka Shun, Parco

Tsang Tin Ki, Angela

Wong Ho Gan, Albert

Poon Wing Yiu, Sarah

### 2.6 million cubic metres!!

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• Utilize kinetic energy of running sewage

• Sewage rushes down along the pipes outside buildings

• Large kinetic energy spin a watermill

A dynamo changes kinetic energy to electricity

plastic box with a watermill

Preliminary Model

• Drawbacks

• Some water escapes without spinning watermill

• Some water rebounds back onto the watermill

• hinder the rotation.

1.top and bottom each have a hole for the entry and exit of water

3.An arc is craved for the watermill to tuck in

4.space below the watermill is enlarged

• Measuring Setup:

• An electronic water pump

• Amount of water pumped to our model is kept at a constant

• Water velocity

=0.4516 m/s²

• AC-DC transformer in our advanced model

• Procedures:

• Substituted the resistor and

• re-measure the current and voltages

• calculate output power

• Output voltage is very stable

• ~5 batteries

X 5

• Widely used, especially in big cities like Hong Kong

• modified and installed in underground pipes to generate electricity

• Further Investigation on

• How many of our device is to be installed in a pipe outside a building

• What interval between devices can achieve the maximum electrical output

• Further develop:

• Use lighter material to make the watermill

• Use a more corrosion resistance material

• clean, inexpensive energy resource.

• easy to build

• applying this alternative energy resource in a large scale,

• the reliance on burning fossil fuels for energy

• environmental damage, e.g. global warming