Tidal Energy Production (Study Project)
Ready Project demonstrating Tidal Energy Production. Tidal energy is produced through the use of tidal energy generators. These large underwater turbines are placed in areas with high tidal movements, and are designed to capture the kinetic motion of the ebbing and surging of ocean tides in order to produce electricity. Tidal power has great potential for future power and electricity generation because of the massive size of the oceans. These project explore the potential energy of tidal power technologies.
Age Group : 8 Years to 11 Years
Battery Included : NO
Content : Ready Project of Tidal Energy Production
Features : Tidal energy is produced by the surge of ocean waters during the rise and fall of tides. Tidal energy is a renewable source of energy.Tidal energy production is still in its infancy. The amount of power produced so far has been small. There are very few commercial-sized tidal power plants operating in the world. The first was located in La Rance, France. The largest facility is the Sihwa Lake Tidal Power Station in South Korea. The United States has no tidal plants and only a few sites where tidal energy could be produced at a reasonable price. China, France, England, Canada, and Russia have much more potential to use this type of energy.
Ideal For : School Children from Standard IV to IX
|Delivery Period||6 to 7 Working Days|