Promising water energy investment potential and its role in supporting the Arar border complex in Anbar Governorate
Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities,
2022, Volume 2022, Issue 4, Pages 3964-3985
AbstractThe study area enjoys a large abundance of renewable energy sources, especially water energy, due to the group of valleys that cut its surface, so it can be invested in supporting the services of the support structures in the Arar border complex, for this, the analytical-quantitative approach was used, as well as the meteorological data for rain. It appears that the Arar border complex is penetrated by Arar Valley, whose water discharge amounted to about (776) m3/sec, with a height of (7) m, and this is due to the annual total of rain, which ranges between (102-116) mm, which are suitable quantities for the operation of some types of water. The turbines producing electrical energy, and the research concluded that the Arar complex needs electrical energy of up to (781140) watt-hours/day at a rate of (781.14) kilowatt-hours with a total operation of (80) hours, and part or all of this energy can be provided through Construction of a hydroelectric system with economic costs amounting to (781.140) US dollars, at (1000) dollars for each kilowatt valley, which are suitable costs compared to the production of energy from traditional sources.
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