The Effectiveness of High-Pressured Water-Powered Generator as a Supplementary Source of Electricity


  • Faye Marriel Magno General de Jesus College
  • Janna Mae Sicat General de Jesus College
  • Lyle Nathan Patiag General de Jesus College
  • Maria Angeline Madiz General de Jesus College
  • Roxanne Zabat General de Jesus College
  • Rodge Aeron Morales General de Jesus College


Engineering, Household supplementary source of electricity, High-pressure power generator, Hydropower


This study aims to show the effectiveness of a high-pressure water-powered generator as a supplementary source of electricity as most of the population struggle during a power outage. This study could be used as a supplementary source of electricity. Since hydropower only relies on the pressure to be used daily. A hydro-powered generator, one of the oldest and most significant renewable energy sources, uses natural water flow to generate electricity. The primary purpose of this study is t find the effectiveness through experimental research. Several testing is conducted in this research. For a hydro-powered generator to produce electricity it uses the water pressure entering a household through a tube connected to the meter of the house and the tube connected to the device, the water pressure drives the hydro turbine blades, creating spinning forces that the generator then converts to energy—use of water pressure powered generator to build a supplementary source of renewable energy in households. The minority of the experiment trials indicate that the power required for running a light bulb that could be utilized as an alternate source of electricity comes from the high water pressure. The result shows some errors in the trial. Based on the significant finding of the study, it concluded that the high-pressure power generator is effective. However, it still encounters minor problems based on the research encounter lack of material trial. In addition, the project still shows its effectiveness. It serves as a light source during significant power outages or disturbances. Based on the experiment's results, high water pressure provides the energy needed to run a light bulb, which could be a backup source of electricity. The materials, design, and durability were necessary for the hydro-powered generator to be established and to function accurately. The variable that affects how well the generator produces energy mainly depends on the pressure of the water. High pressure water is a reliable light source in the event of power outages or disturbances, as it is sustainable and can be replenished.