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Public-images-osm logo.svg generator:type
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Description
Type of a power=generator producing power
Group: Power
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasmay be used on relations
Documented values: 15
Useful combination
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal


This attribute is intended to define the type of generator among a single source/method. As a concrete example of what a type is, think about of rendering a map of all nuclear reactors of the same type as those used in Fukushima.

Exhaustive list of possible generator:type=* values
Source / method Type value Description Output
2020 stBN powergensource nuclear.svg nuclear fission PWR The Pressurized water reactor (PWR) is the most common type of nuclear reactor. PWR is the type involved in the Three Mile Island accident. electricity
BWR-1 to BWR-6 The Boiling water reactor (BWR) is the second most common type of nuclear reactor. BWR-3 is the type involved in the Fukushima disaster. electricity
PHWR The Heavy water reactor (PHWR) is a nuclear reactor, commonly using unenriched natural uranium as its fuel, that uses heavy water (deuterium oxide D2O) as its coolant and neutron moderator. electricity
GCR The Gas-cooled reactor (GCR) is a nuclear reactor that uses graphite as a neutron moderator and carbon dioxide (helium can also be used) as coolant. electricity
FBR The Fast breeder reactor (FBR) is a nuclear reactor with a fast neutron spectrum that generates more fissile material than it consumes. electricity
RBMK-1000, RBMK-1500 The RBMK is a type of nuclear reactor which was built in the Soviet Union. RBMK-1000 is the type involved in the Chernobyl disaster. electricity
VVER The VVER reactor is a type of Russian PWR used by many countries. electricity
CANDU The CANDU reactor is a type of Canadian pressurized heavy water reactor (PHWR). All current reactors in Canada are of the CANDU type. electricity
CPR-1000 The CPR-1000 is a Chinese PWR. electricity
EPR The European Pressurized Reactor (EPR) is a new type of PWR. Four EPR units are under construction, in Finland, France and China. electricity
fusion tokamak Tokamak is a kind of fusion reactor using magnetic fields to confine plasma in a torus. electricity
stellarator The Stellarator is another magnetic confining plasma chamber to sustain fusion reaction as for producing power. electricity
ICF The Inertial Confinement Fusion is currently a concept intending to sustain fusion reaction by using laser for heating and compression a deuterium or tritium target. electricity
cold-fusion The Cold fusion is a process which aims to sustain nuclear fusion at room temperature. electricity
2020 stBN powergensource wind.svg wind - horizontal_axis Horizontal-axis wind turbines (HAWT) have the main rotor shaft and electrical generator at the top of a tower (most common wind turbine). electricity
vertical_axis Vertical-axis wind turbines (VAWT) have the main rotor shaft set vertically, and the main components are located at the base of the turbine. electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg hydro water-storage francis_turbine The Francis turbine is the most common water turbine in use today with plant fed by water storage behind a dam. electricity
kaplan_turbine The Kaplan turbine is a propeller-type water turbine with plant fed by water storage behind a dam. electricity
pelton_turbine The Pelton turbine is another type of water turbine as described on www.electropedia.org with plant fed by water storage behind a dam. electricity
hydrodynamic_screw Reverse principle of Wikipedia-16px.png Archimedes' screw electricity
water-pumped-storage francis_turbine The Francis turbine is the most common water turbine in use today and seems to be the only type of turbine used with Pumped-storage hydroelectricity plant fed by higher water storage behind a dam and a lower one. electricity
run-of-the-river francis_turbine The Francis turbine is the most common water turbine in use today with plant fed by river flow. electricity
kaplan_turbine The Kaplan turbine is a propeller-type water turbine with plant fed by river flow. electricity
pelton_turbine The Pelton turbine is another type of water turbine as described on www.electropedia.org with plant fed by river flow. electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg tidal barrage kaplan_turbine Tidal barrage power plants are similar to low-head hydroelectric power plants since they use coastal waters height differences between two tidal cycles. See Wikipedia:Rance_Tidal_Power_Station for example. electricity
stream horizontal_axis The tidal stream generator aim to produce electricity by using tidal power. It is standalone on the oceans floor, have a horizontal axis and is fed by dynamic tidal power. electricity
vertical_axis The tidal stream generator aim to produce electricity by using tidal power. It is standalone on the oceans floor, have a vertical axis and is fed by dynamic tidal power. electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg wave - - Wave power plants extract energy from ocean waves using a variaty of different methods and generator types. electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg geothermal - steam_turbine Geothermal power plant using steam or high-pressure hot water extracted from deep underground to power a Steam turbine. electricity
heat_pump Geothermal heat pump aim to make steam for heating by using natural earth temperature.
2020 stBN powergensource sun.svg solar thermal steam_turbine A Concentrated solar power plant produce electricity by concentrating sub beams toward steam generator. electricity
solar_thermal_collector A Solar thermal panel produce steam by heating water in a thermal panel exposed to sun beams. It corresponds to flat, parabolic dish and trough shaped collectors. steam
photovoltaic solar_photovoltaic_panel A Photovoltaic system power plant produce electricity coming from panels designed to convert sub light power in electrcity. electricity
Bahnpirat-power source-coal.svg coal combustion steam_turbine Coal-fired power generator using a Steam turbine. electricity
steam_generator Coal-fired steam generator. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-gas.svg gas combustion steam_turbine Gas-fired power generator using a Steam turbine. electricity
gas_turbine Gas-fired power generator using a Gas turbine. electricity
combined_cycle Gas-fired power generator using a Combined cycle gas turbine (using a steam turbine to extract energy from the exhaust heat of the gas turbine). electricity
reciprocating_engine Gas-fired power plant using a Reciprocating engine. electricity
steam_generator Gas-fired steam generator. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biomass combustion steam_turbine Biomass (solid) fired power generator using a Steam turbine. electricity
steam_generator Biomass (solid) fired power generator producing steam. steam
gasification bioreactor Gasification of solid biomass. biogas
anaerobic_digestion bioreactor Anaerobic digestion of solid biomass. biogas
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biofuel combustion reciprocating_engine Biofuel (liquid like vegetables oil) fired power plant using a Reciprocating engine. electricity
steam_generator Biofuel (liquid like vegetables oil) fired power generator producing steam. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biogas combustion gas_turbine Biogas-fired power plant using a Gas turbine. electricity
steam_generator Biogas-fired power generator producing steam. steam
reciprocating_engine Biogas-fired power plant using a Reciprocating engine. electricity
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg oil combustion steam_turbine Oil-fired power plant using a Steam turbine. electricity
steam_generator Oil-fired power generator producing steam. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg diesel combustion reciprocating_engine Diesel-fired power plant using a Reciprocating engine. electricity
steam_generator Diesel-fired power generator producing steam. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg gasoline combustion reciprocating_engine Gasoline-fired power plant using a Reciprocating engine. electricity
steam_generator Gasoline-fired power generator producing steam. steam
Bahnpirat-power source-waste.svg waste combustion steam_turbine Waste-fired power plant using a Steam turbine. electricity
steam_generator Waste-fired power generator producing steam. steam

See also