We research, develop, and optimise water machines and auxiliary devices for exploitation of water potential and its transformation into electric energy. We are focusing research and development towards classic and alternative types of water turbines and pumps, and in the direction of alternative auxiliary systems and approaches to placement in space (pressure relief, use of kinetic energy of currents, preserving tourist and sports recreational activities on watercourses, complete studies of turbine placement in river flow or river habitat, ecological footprints, etc.). Results of our professional, theoretical, numerical, and experimental research and development work enable placement of water turbines and complete hydro-energy systems into variously demanding environments, including ecological, tourist, and socially most sensitive ones.

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Image 1: Strength analysis - shaft deformation

Image 2: CFD analysis - pressure distribution on rotor on the inlet side of the leading and running paddle