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Peter Rutschmann, Albert Sepp: Shaft power plant. Technische Universität München, Kolisch Hartwell PC, February 11, 2014: US08648487 (2 worldwide citation)

A shaft power plant for energy conversion of a discharge between a headwater and a tailwater, comprising a vertical shaft, the top of which forms an inflow plane which is parallel to the bed and extends below the headwater water level, wherein the shaft is open toward the top and is closed by a base ...


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Albert Sepp, Peter Rutschmann: Shaft power plant. Technische Universität München, Kolisch Hartwell P C, August 18, 2015: US09109571 (1 worldwide citation)

A shaft power plant for energy conversion of a discharge between a headwater and a tailwater, comprising a vertical shaft, the top of which forms an inflow plane which is parallel to the bed and extends below the headwater water level, wherein the shaft is open toward the top and is closed by a base ...


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Albert Sepp, Peter Rutschmann, Maria Olivier: Systems comprising a plurality of shafts and connecting channel. Technische Universität München, Michael Best & Friedrich, March 7, 2017: US09587619

A shaft power plant for generating electricity by energy conversion of an outflow between upper water and lower water in a river includes at least two power plant modules, each having a vertical shaft with an open top and a shaft crown forming an inflow plane. The inflow plane is substantially paral ...


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Albert Sepp, Peter Rutschmann: Shaft power plant. Technische Universität München, August 9, 2012: US20120201672-A1

A shaft power plant (1) for generating electricity by energy conversion of a discharge between a headwater (2) and a tailwater (6), comprising a vertical shaft (7), the top (10) of which forms an inflow plane (11) which is parallel to the bed and extends below the water level (3) of the headwater, w ...


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Peter Rutschmann, Albert Sepp: Shaft power plant. Technische Universitat Munchen, September 20, 2012: US20120235416-A1

A shaft power plant (1) for generating electricity by energy conversion of a discharge between a headwater (2) and a tailwater (6), comprising a vertical shaft (7), the top (10) of which forms an inflow plane (11) which is parallel to the bed and extends below the water level (3) of the headwater, w ...