Liquid Architecture (4/7)
External influences computing
Wind (membrane stability providing under wind forcing. Speed of wind forcing = 10 m/sec)
q of wind = 6 Hpm2 (wind pressure)
P of water membrane = 20,7 MH
S of water surface = 81000 m2 (area)
q of water membrane = 255 Hpm2 (membrane pressure)
Wind pressure is just 2 % of water membrane pressure, so the membrane can change it's geometry in about +- 0,5 m. Under flaw's influence.
Rain (damp course providing)
W of water droplet = 45 x 10 m3 (volume)
m of water droplet = 45 x 10s «r (mass)
F of water droplet = 45 x105 H (foling droplet effort)
q of water membrane = 255 Hpm2
With these correlation of forces, the water droplets will supply water volume inside the membrane.
Water valume V = 2076 tones.
Energy, needed for water lifting E = PxH = axmxh
E = 2076T x 10 x 45 = 934200 Kwatt-second
Falling water energy (which we can use)
E = (m x V2) / 2 = 896832 Kwatt-second.
We can transfer this energy into electricity, but efficiency of this transfer will be only 20%
E = 179500 Kwatt-second
EOCT = 754700 Kwatt
Summary power inputs = 3 x 754700 = 2264100 Kwatt/sec