Posted by: miktechnology | July 21, 2012

Morocco Osmotic Power Potentials


Morocco Osmotic Power Potentials
The Medallion Island Option

MIK Technology, Houston, Texas USA

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Abstract:
The North Africa desert, known as the Sahara, is the largest tropical desert in the world, occupying roughly one-quarter of the African continent. It occupies southern Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, most of Algeria, Libya, Egypt, northern Mali, Niger, Chad, and Sudan. It stretches about 5,700 kilometer (km), from the Nile Valley on the east to the Atlantic Ocean on the west and bounded by the Mediterranean on the north. The estimated area of the Sahara is about 8 million square kilometer (km2).

The terrain is dominated by plains with elevations of less than 500 meter (m) and with mountains, exceeding 3000 m in the central Sahara, such as the Ahaggar and Tibesti. The terrain comprises also few major endorheic depressions, several salts pans (Sabkhets) and miscellaneous seawater lagoons. The largest is the Qattara Depression of Egypt, Chott Melrhir of Algeria, Chott El Jerid and Chott al Gharsah of Tunisia and the Libyan chain of Al Sabkhet al Kabirah, Bir al Akhriyah and Sabkhet Ghuzayyil. On the Atlantic Ocean side, there are Sabkhet Paki Tah of Morocco and Sabkhet Te-n-Dghamcha of Mauritania. As an example of lagoons, are the Bardawil Lake of Egypt and Dakhla Bay of Western Sahara.

MIK Technology is proposing plans for using its Hypersalinity Osmotic Power Generation Technology, technically known as “ISO” to generate electrical power in Gigawatts range on a global scale. In North Africa, MIK Technology has proposed plans for Egypt’s Qattara Depression and Tunisia’s Chotts, as well as Egypt’s Bardawil Lake of Sinai. For reference, readers may view posted articles on MIK Technology’s website “www.miktechnology.com”. Other developments will be published in due time.

This article proposes a conceptual scheme for exploiting the power potential of the southern tip of Morocco, comprising Morocco’s Sabkhet Tah. This development will create a self-sustained new small island, at the southwestern tip of Tan-Tan Province, named “Morocco’s Medallion Island”.

Morocco ISO Power Medallion Island

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  1. You have brought up a very wonderful details , thankyou for the post.


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