FIG. 7 displays the invention on a commercial scale size with three horizontally mounted central hubs for producing power from wind. In FIG. 3B, the same central hub 24 shows blade 42 in its maximum torque producing position and blade 44 in its least counter torque producing position. In FIG. 2B, the same central hub 24 shows blade 42 is in its maximum torque producing position and blade 44 is in its least resistance to flow and minimum counter torque producing position.
The difference in the torque produced by blade 42 and blade 44 presented to the motive fluid cause central hub 24 to rotate in the counterclockwise direction 36 even with the motive fluid moving from right to left. The difference in the torque produced by blades 42 and 44 cause central hub 24 to rotate in clockwise direction 46 even with the motive fluid moving from right to left. The force of fluid upon the hinged blades induces torque to a central disk which causes it to rotate thereby producing useful rotational mechanical motion. 1, the motion of the water against blades 26 causes them to rotate about the hinges 38. Every blade 26 is free to rotate about its hinge 38 within 90 degrees which is inside the limits of the blade limiter 40. Each blade 26 opens to the appropriate extent within the limits imposed by blade limiter 40 depending on the motive fluid direction and the position of the central hub 24. Dolor de rodilla y pie . When a blade 26 is in its fully extended position 42 it is presenting its maximum torque generating surface area to the water flowing around the portable power producing device 20. Conversely, when a blade 26 is in its least extended position 44 it is presenting its minimum counter torque generating surface area.
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BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention is a device to harness useful rotating mechanical power from the natural movement of wind, river or ocean current, ocean wave, or tidal flow. In FIG. 9, device 68 comprises a plurality of arms 70 which support an equal number of blades 26, hinges 38 and blade limiters 40. Electrical energy is produced by variable speed generator 66. Under the configuration of the blades 26, hinges 38 and blade limiters 40 shown in FIG.
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18, 1999, U.S. Department of Energy, Wind Energy Program, page 2. Farming regions in the Midwest, Great Plains, and West have emerged as major growth areas for the production of power from wind. In an effort to halt climate change and cut energy imports, almost half of the states in the United States have mandated that a share of their power come from alternative or green sources.
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5,697,822, discloses a water walking apparatus comprising a pair of buoyant platforms with paddles mounted on each of their bottom surfaces. FIG. 3A shows central hub 24, blades 26, and blade limiters 40 mounted in position to cause central hub 24 to rotate in clockwise direction depicted by arrow 46 with the motive fluid flowing from left to right. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SEVERAL VIEWS OF THE DRAWINGS (1) Drawing Figures The drawings illustrate the preferred and alternate embodiments of the device. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT FIG.
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1 illustrates the preferred embodiment of the invention. 3A and 3B, central hub 24 will rotate clockwise regardless of the direction of flow of the motive fluid. Viewing FIGS. 3A and 3B together show that regardless of the direction of flow of the motive fluid, central hub 24 will rotate in clockwise direction 46. In FIG. FIGS. 4A and 4B show detail views of the hinged blades in respective power producing and least resistance to flow positions when affixed to the hub rotating in counterclockwise direction and corresponds to FIGS.
FIG. 4A depicts a detail of a blade 26, hinge 38, and blade limiter 40 mounted on central hub 24 in the power producing position to cause 24 to rotate in counter clockwise direction 36. In this figure blade 26 is presenting its maximum torque generating surface area to the motive fluid. FIG. 7 depicts a commercial scale power producing device 58 positioned to generate power from the wind. FIGS. 3A and 3B illustrate a view looking down on central hub 24 positioned in a flow of either wind or water moving respectively from left to right or right to left. Dolor en el exterior de la rodilla . FIGS. 2A and 2B illustrate a view looking down on central hub 24 positioned in a flow of either wind or water moving respectively from left to right or right to left.
The Diggs device requires a chain to carry the blades in a uniform up and down direction when the device is steered into the wind. 4,186,314, discloses a wind power machine for the commercial conversion of wind power into electrical energy. This device only creates useful energy as forward motion in one direction of use. The device is comprised of one or more modules positioned in tidal water. The difference in the torque produced by blades 42 and 44 cause central hub 24 to rotate in clockwise direction 46 when the motive fluid is flowing from left to right. Maximum torque in clockwise or counter clockwise rotation is produced regardless of the direction motive fluid. 4,278,896, discloses a wind power generator with a plurality of vertically spaced rotor assemblies rotatably mounted on the support assembly and connected to an electrical generator so that electrical energy is generated as the rotors are rotated by wind.
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- FIG. 2 shows a side view of the system in FIG. 1
Although U.S. patents or published patent applications are known which disclose various power generation devices, none of them disclose a small, portable and scalable apparatus for the extraction of mechanical energy from the natural and unpredictable movement of air and water by the means disclosed herein. Blade 42 on the right of central hub 24 is in its maximum torque producing position. Que hacer contra el dolor de espalda . 2A, blade 42 on central hub 24 is in its maximum torque producing position. The hinged blades are affixed in a linear arrangement which limits its ability to produce the desired forward motion in bodies of water which are still or flowing in a direction opposing the desired direction of motion at a rate less than the speed of forward motion. The device has fixed blades and therefore does not meet the limitations of the invention disclosed herein. The rotational mechanical motion may be transmitted to a generator to produce electricity or to another power take-off device to extract useful work.