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25 July, 2005
Computational fluid dynamics software is being used by researchers to accurately simulate the position and pressure fluctuations of a draft tube rope in a hydro plant
Voith Siemens to equip Chinese plant
17 June, 2005
Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation Shanghai has won a contract to equip the Si Lin hydro power plant on Wu river in Guizhou province, China.
More power in Morvern
26 May, 2005
The largest conventional hydro scheme constructed in the UK since 1963 - the 3.5MW Kingairloch project - has just been completed. Neil Sandilands reports
Wavegen acquired by Voith Siemens Hydro
24 May, 2005
Voith Siemens Hydro has acquired UK-based wave energy systems specialist Wavegen, in a move designed to boost the development of new technologies and allow Voith Siemens to take a leading role in the wave energy field.
Successful tests at Yellow river project
14 April, 2005
The model for the Francis turbines in the new Laxiwa hydro power project in China’s Qinghai Province was tested successfully in Heidenheim, Germany.
Pinalito contract awarded to Voith Siemens
24 March, 2005
Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation will supply 50MW of equipment for the Pinalito hydroelectric project in the Dominican Republic.
Change of speed - variable units investigated
16 March, 2005
Variable speed units for pumped storage power plants are becoming a state-of-the-art technology for optimised efficiency in turbine mode and a wide range of power control in the pump mode. K Scherer reports on aspects and challenges for the design of the motor-generators, using Goldisthal pumped storage plant in Germany as an example
Gilgel Gibe II contract awarded
24 February, 2005
Salini Costruttori group has awarded a contract worth approximately US$80M to Voith Siemens Hydro for the Gilgel Gibe II hydro power project in south central Ethiopia.
Equipment contract awarded for Xiaowan
18 February, 2005
Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation, in a consortium with Dong Fang Electrical Machinery Company (DFEM), has been awarded a US$80M contract to supply six 714MW, 216m head Francis turbines with ring gates for the Xiaowan hydroelectric project on the Lancangjiang river, in Yunnan Province, China.