Journal of Alternate Energy Sources & Technologies

ISSN: 2230-7982

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Special Issue

Introduction to Tidal energy

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

The natural rise and fall of tides brought on by the gravitational interaction of Earth, the sun, and the moon results in a source of energy known as tidal energy. When water moves more quickly through a constriction, it creates tidal currents with enough energy to be harvested. Tidal energy can be transformed into useful kinds of power, including electricity, using properly designed generators in appropriate locations. The ocean can also produce other types of energy, such as waves, enduring ocean currents, and variations in seawater’s temperature and salinity. Future electricity production may be aided by tidal energy. Compared to the wind and the sun, tides are easier to anticipate. Tidal energy is one of the types of renewable energy that has historically been plagued by a high price. Tidal energy is a type of hydropower that transforms tide energy into usable forms of power, such as electricity. The gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the earth causes cyclical movement of the swell, which is what causes tides. Utilizing the perpendicular height differential between high drift and low drift, tidal range technologies are possible. Systems come in the form of tidal drum fires or lagoons that convert the force of the drift cataracts into electricity by using turbines in the hedge or lagoon. Similar to how wind turbines harness the power of air currents, tidal sluice makers harness the energy of water currents. Tidal energy is a renewable energy source that is produced by transforming the energy of the tides into electricity using vibrant patterns. The wind and hence the sun are less predictable than the tides. Although tidal energy is renewable, its ultimate vacuity has always been constrained by its relatively high cost and lack of websites with high enough tidal ranges or flow rates. The oceanic tides of the Earth produce tidal energy. These tidal swells are caused by gravitational magnets that elysian planets use as weapons. The abysses of the world experience similar movements or currents as a result of these forces. A short-lived increase in water position results from a bulge inside the water column caused by the strong attraction to the abysses. Now, because of the gyration of the Earth, this enormous volume of ocean water collides with the shallow water adjacent to the seashore and produces a drift. Due to the moon’s harmonious gyration, as it circles the earth, this natural wonder occurs repeatedly and without fail. To transform the energy of tidal overflows into electricity, a tidal creator is required. Less tidal variation and faster tidal inflow rates are closely correlated with the possibility of a point for tidal electricity production.


Tidal energy, Tidal barrage, Tidal stream, Electrical energy, Tidal rates, Hydropower and gyration of the Earth

Manuscript Submission information

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