Liquidation of any combustion on the earth 

– Extremely effective method of production of exceptionally cheap electric current, completely eliminating any combustion on the Earth, and preventing the greenhouse effect.

I propose to popularise the use of the most modern technical solutions of drill-and-blade power plants made of lightweight plastic with addition of polymers, installed on flat pontoons, floating and anchored in a river in the water current zone. Large power plants of power 2 MW on bigger rivers may be installed (anchored) in the water current in the river one after one. Proportionally smaller power plants floating on pontoons may be installed even on small rivers of diameter 5-8 m, also one after one at distances equal to the length of a power plant. On small rivers of diameter 2 m parallel sidings may be constructed to water-course or small river, but gate must be constructed and water must be dammed up to 70 cm and its flow directed to the siding, in which we beforehand install tightly along the river a pipe of diameter e.g. 1 m, laid with the water inlet side on a higher level, so that the whole water from the swelling flows into the pipe. The lower end of the pipe is lower by 70 cm. Along the pipe centre we install on bearings a drill made of lightweight but firm plastic with blades made also of plastic with addition of polymers (elastically) on the borders, laid similarly as in the known meat grinder of diameter less by 2 cm than the internal diameter of the pipe, and when water of capacity e.g. 3m3 fills the space between the blades, with its mass it will gravitationally put the drill with blades in fast rotational motion of high power, which using a contactless transmission with ferrite inserts (attraction at differences of magnetic field poles + - and repulsion at same poles) will transmit the rotational energy from the shaft with long arms from the drill with blades to a transmission with short ferrite arms of the shaft of an alternator 2x15 KW. Thus installed power plants may be installed on small water-courses and small rivers at every 500m, because this is the average backwater of water swelling in the region of Mazovia. Large power plants integrated into several drill-and-blade elements, floating on flat pontoons and anchored rotationally on masts installed in the sea bottom 300-500 m from the seashore, one beside another, would give an appreciable energy even with the wind power 2o B, which could satisfy all needs of man for the entire Pomerania as far as to Bydgoszcz and Toruń. A third system of power plants, powered by wind, is similar to the above mentioned construction but the bladed drills are installed in tunnels – nozzles encased in sheet metal, self-steering, intrinsically orienting themselves with the inlet towards the wind direction. 

If the proposed integrated control system for obtaining energy from rivers, sea wave and wind was created in the European Union, man could abandon any combustion on the Earth even in winter conditions during strong frosts. Because in southern Europe rivers do not freeze and waves of the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic, wind and the existing nuclear power plants would completely satisfy the sporadic energy needs of man and industry in the northern countries for several weeks of frost. I am convinced that the proposed system would be many times cheaper, less prone to failure, more effective and safer (terrorism) than the present solutions. In the future, when the climate of the world gets warmer, the electric energy obtained in this way could power any road, rail and river communication, including heating of walkways, roadways and intercity roads, railway junctions with electric current against snow and glazed frost.

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