Alternative technologies and devices, which use renewable energy and energy saving technology, are being developed due to threat of global energy and ecological crisis in the innovative countries. Scientists' team from Institute of Mechanical Engineering offered the technology, aimed to solve the global problem - providing humanity with energy sources.
One of the projects introduced in start-up competition final on the 8th Festival of innovative projects "Sikorsky Challenge 2019", which was held in Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Politechnic Institute, was the mechatronic hydroplant with automatic managing system and additional ultrasound area implementation in order to faster production of gases process, electrode purification and electrolyte mixing. Offered construction can be applied for receiving hydrogen and oxygen way of electronic chemical decomposition unleavened, as well as sea water and rational usage of energy sources with implementation of renewable pure energy sources. Scientists invented an experimental automatic example of autonomous hydrogen complex for providing electric energy and hydrogen.
In the daytime due to solar energy installation produces hydrogen, which at night is given to fuel sections for producing electric energy and which can be used to tank hydrocars. Also the offered solution can be used as a high-temperatured energy source with flame temperature up to 2500°C for processing materials, cutting, soldering refractory metals and welding under water using special developed device.
Project team: Head of the Department O.F.Lyhovsky, associate professor I.V.Nochnichenko, assistant A.I.Zilinsky, senior lecturer D.V.Kostiyk, associate professor S.V.Strutynsky, senior lecturer A.M.Murashchenko, students V.S.Myronchuk, H.O.Sytniuk, M.M Dovhopoly, school N316 student Y.O.Yesafiev.
Further researches on this field, as associate professor I.V.Nochnichenko has informed, will be concentrated on low-ampere electrodynamic electrolysis, using resonant frequencies of water molecule stimulation and combining chemical method of receiving hydrogen with intensified modules, which are based on moving in photosynthesis process