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1 combining scientific excellence with commercial relevance Salinity Gradient Power Joost Veerman NHL November 26, 2009

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3 3 Joost Veerman Wetsus, Leeuwarden salt + fresh  brackish + energy Salinity Gradient Power

4 4 1. Introduction 15 min - SPP, principles - Demo’s 2. Short Quiz 5 min 3. SGP in practice 10 min - power, efficiency and power density - ideas 4. Assignment comparison renewable en. sources 10 min 5. Evaluation10 min 6. Movie RED 10 min

5 5 Afsluitdijk

6 6 finished 1933 lenght 30 km width 90 m height 250 m

7 7 250 m ? Sea: 30 g/L = 0.5 mol/L = 500 mol/m 3 ( NaCl)  V = nRT (van ‘t Hoff, 1885) nRT 500*2*8.34*293  = --------- = ---------------------- = 25*10 5 Pa V 1 = 25 Bar = 250 m H 2 O

8 8 What is Blue Energy? transport precipitation river discharge evaporation

9 9 transport precipitation river discharge evaporation SGP

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11 11 Osmotische druk Rivier Zee

12 12 Exergy theoretical 1 m 3 river + 1 m 3 sea  1.7 MJ 1m 3 river + ∞ m 3 sea  2.6 MJ practical 1 m 3 river + 1 m 3 sea  1.0 MJ

13 13 How to milk the cow? Methods for generating SGP = Salinity Gradient Power) 1) RED = Reverse Electro Dialysis 2) PRO = Pressure Retarded Osmosis 3) VPDU = Vapor Pressure Utilization 4) Salinity shrinking ( Katchalsky ) 5) Other

14 14 RED-2

15 15 RED-2

16 16 PRO-1 Statkraft

17 17 PRO-2 Tomas Harrysson et al. Statkraft

18 18 R.S. Norman, Science 134 (1974) 350-352 PRO-1

19 19 VPDU-1

20 20 VPDU-2 M. Olsson SCIENCE, VOL. 206, 26 OCTOBER 1979

21 21 Katchalsky

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23 23 Quiz

24 24 Q 1

25 25 A 1

26 26 Q 1

27 27 A 2

28 28 Q 3

29 29 A 3

30 30 heat + salt + sweet  brackish + energy Energy content of river water in relation to diesel oil: 1 - 100 times less 100 - 10 000 times less 10 000 - 100 000 times less Q 4Energy density

31 31 Energy density •Annihilation ( e - + e +  ) 10 11 MJ/kg •Nuclear energy 10 8,, •Diesel 40,, •Blue Energy (riv.+ sea) 0.002,, •Sewage water (BOD) ca. 0.002,, A 5

32 32 If the sea should contain sugar instead of salt, which technique should be useless: •RED •PRO •VPDU Q-5

33 33 A-5

34 34 Katchalsky The belt is turning…… Clockswise Anticlockwise Not at all Q 6

35 35 Katchalsky A 6 Katchalsky A6

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37 37 Worldwide potential ContinentNumber of rivers Total discharge (m 3 /s) Total power (GW) Africa513170 134310 Asia1308215 318338 Australia27515 81130 Europe76766 30891 North America 2000190 457319 Oceania529147 888275 Oceans117921 South America 439319 597314 SUM 1 126 3051 680

38 38 Worldwide potential ContinentNumber of rivers Total discharge (m 3 /s) Total power (GW) Africa513170 134310 Asia1308215 318338 Australia27515 81130 Europe76766 30891 North America 2000190 457319 Oceania529147 888275 Oceans117921 South America 439319 597314 SUM 1 126 3051 680

39 39 Worldwide potential River namereceiving seaDischarge (m 3 /s)Temp. ( o C)Salinity (PSU) Energy density (MJ/m3) Power (GW) 1ZaireAtlantic Ocean56 49025.430.6521.6895 2OrinocoAtlantic Ocean36 99927.832.3581.7966 3AmazonAtlantic Ocean159 25628.78.30.4064 4GangesIndian Ocean22 28027.728.5481.5735 5NileMed. Sea15 36721.838.8622.1333 6MississippiGulf of Mexico17 06024.632.4931.7830 7ParanaAtlantic Ocean18 87316.028.1781.4928 8St. LawrenceAtlantic Ocean15 4618.032.0291.6526 9ZambeziIndian Ocean12 31726. 234.6261.9124 10MekongPacific Ocean12 69527.50933.0781.8323

40 40 SGP potential worldwide 1.7 TWatt Electricity consumtion 2.0 TWatt Other energy consumtion 14.0 TWatt 1.7 10 12 Watt Watt SGP = ---------------------- = 250 ------------ • 6.7 10 9 people person

41 41 Europe: 600 GW from 767 rivers

42 42 Current Projects •KEMA feasibility study + Coyne et Bellier Red Sea  Dead Sea Israel, Palestina, Jordan 2008 – 2010 •Statkraft PRO plant Norway 2009 •REDstack RED plant in the Afsluitdijk the Netherlands 2015

43 43 Israel, Palestia, Jordan KEMA et al. Feasibility study

44 44 Norway Statkraft, Burum, 2-4 kWatt

45 45 The Netherlands

46 46 Afsluitdijk REDstack, Rijkswaterstaat et al. IJsselmeer + Waddenzee  Waddenzee 350 m3/s 350 MW

47 47 Philipsdam Merwede + Oosterschelde  Grevelingen 1000 m3/s 1000 MW

48 48 Vlaardingen Nw. Maas + Hartelkanaal  Nw. Waterweg 700 m3/s 500 MW R.W. Quak

49 49 Max. power Max. power = Energy density * flow P = A * B J m 3 P = ------- * -------- m 3 s In the Netherlands: P = 2.5* 10 6 * 3300 = 8.3 *10 9 Watt ( 70% ) IJssel (Afsluitdijk): P = 2.5* 10 6 * 500 = 1.3 *10 9 Watt ( 11% ) Electricity consumption in the Netherlands (2007)= 12 *10 9 Watt ( 100% )

50 50 1 x Afsluitdijk BE = 2 x Bergumermeer Power station 3 x Nuclear Power Station Borsele = =

51 51 Power = Energy density * flow P max = A * B P real = a*A * b* B or P real = a * b * P max maximization of a and b: a: energy efficiency : technical b: fuel availability : political, economical, ecological, technical, ……….. fuel availability factor : realistic a=0.3 b = 0.3 future a=0.7 b = 0.7

52 52 IJsselmeer: 1100 km 2 IJssel : 500 m 3 /s Without drain off during 24 hours : 4 cm rise of the level Consequences: 1)24 h buffering easy 2) Longer period storage discutable  no conversion losses Storage / buffering

53 53 or.....

54 54 My project Design

55 55 Piotr Długołęcki membranes University of Twente Prof. Dr. Ing Matthias Wessling Jan Post fouling Wageningen University Prof. Dr. C. Buisman Joost Veerman stack design Groningen University Prof. Ir. G.J. Harmsen Wetsus and Blue Energy

56 56 My project

57 57 3 stages Experiments: Effect on fuel efficiency & specific power co- OR countercurrent different spacers Serial OR oparallel Shortcut currents? co- OR countercurrent

58 58 Multi staging Conclusions: 1 stage: P=0.95 W/m 2 and Y gross =0.09 3 stages: P= 0.40 W/m 2 and Y gross =0.18

59 59 Multi staging Conclusions: 1 stage: P=0.95 W/m 2 and Y gross =0.09 3 stages: P= 0.40 W/m 2 and Y gross =0.18

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61 61 Comparison of renewable energy sources assignment 1

62 62 Comparison sustainable energy sources

63 63 Each group fills in 1 aspect - for each mentioned sub-aspect - add ( if possible) additional sub-aspects scale: 1 = very bad 2 = bad 3 = neutral 4 = good 5 = very good when finished: report the data a.s.a.p. We show the scores live! l time: max. 10 min.

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66 66 Conclusion........... is the best

67 67 Conclusion........... is the best but variation is better ! ! ! ! Schijf van vijf

68 68 •Movie B.E.

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