3 Uglich Hydropower Engineering Museum

Uglich Hydropower Engineering Museum

Posted on November 24, 2010 by team

The Hydropower Engineering Museum in Uglich does not look like the majority of Russian museums. If you spend here an hour or an hour and a half, you can thoroughly understand what water power engineering is, what kinds of hydroelectric power plants are invented, how they work and other interesting facts. Everything is shown not only via bright stands and screens but also via big automated models.

Here the principle of hydroelectric power plant is shown by the example of the Saratovskaya HPP.

Another model – the Kamskaya HPP

By the example of this mockup it is shown how energy goes from the station to the net and then to final consumers.

Uglich itself.

via riverpilgrim

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3 Responses to “Uglich Hydropower Engineering Museum”

  1. eger_666 says:

    Mop up your snot nose, Johnson.

  2. Rattata says:

    Hydro power is one of the best renewable contenders. It should be invested in more.

  3. Ivan says:

    The thing is that in the museum you can put 1, 2 or5 rubles and they will show you how long the electrical appliances will function for this money

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