10, Magnus cylinders 402 are rotatably connected to a generally vertically disposed supporting structure 404 and define generally open ends 403. Supporting structure 404 includes a thermoelectric generator 406 which converts heat (temperature differences) directly into electrical energy, using a phenomenon called the “Seebeck effect” (or “thermoelectric effect”). Cylinder support 304 is slidably mounted to a generally horizontal track 306. Cylinder 302 is preferably rotatably connected to cylinder mount 308 disposed on the upper portion of vertical support 304. Cylinder mount 308 preferably includes a drive motor (not shown) adapted to cause cylinder 102 to rotate in a desired direction whereby cylinder 302 functions in accordance with the Magnus effect in response to naturally occurring atmospheric winds. Wind turbine 202 is preferably a Darrius type wind turbine, or any other suitable multi-blade wind turbine, and functions to generate electrical power by rotation about an axel 203 in a first mode of operation.
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There are two axial spools, namely a first spool 116 for winding and extension of cable 114 in response to horizontal movement, and two axial spools 118 for winding and extension of cable 116 in response to vertical movement. FIG. 8a illustrates embodiment 200 wherein a wind powered device or wind turbine 202 is adapted with a spool 204 containing a sheet like material 206 wound thereon. FIG. 8b illustrates a partial deployment of material 206 onto the wind turbine 202 from spool 204. FIG. A significant advantage of this embodiment results as the cylindrical solar panels are capable of capturing solar energy from various angles.
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This phenomenon is responsible for the large uplifting force on the roof. At this point, the downward force created by the Magnus effect will be transferred to the roof in order to counter the suction effect. This in turn causes the cable from the vertical axis to unwind along the spool, increasing the rpm of the cylinder in the downward direction.
As wind pushes the cylinder in the direction of the said wind, the cable 114 unwinds from the spool, causing the cylinder to spin. Remedios caseros para dolor de espalda y cintura . Thermoelectric generator 406 thus produces electrical power from this temperature differential, which electrical power may be used to drive rotation of Magnus cylinders 402, or may be used by inhabitants of the structure. This force works to counter the upward suction force on the roof that is generated by heavy winds.
The downward force counters the upward lifting forces generated by high winds so as to prevent uplifting of the roof structure. High winds are known to create upward lift forces on roof structures on residential and commercial buildings. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention is directed to a wind mitigation system for attachment to a residential or commercial building to mitigate wind suction forces and to harness wind energy to create electricity.
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In view of the damage caused high winds, the background art reveals a number of attempts directed to adapting structures with wind mitigation systems. It is, therefore, to the effective resolution of the aforementioned problems and shortcomings of the prior art that the present invention is directed. Conversion to the Magnus effect operating mode would create a downward force that can be applied to the associated structure to enhance structural integrity of various building systems and components. As it spins, the Magnus Effect is allowed to be utilized, and downward force is encountered as the object moves in the direction of the wind. Wind flowing across the Magnus cylinders creates a downward force that is transferred to the roof by structural support brackets. FIG. 4. Because the cylinder 10 is rotated in a clockwise direction, that force 34 is projected downward due to the right to left wind direction depicted in FIG.
This downward force is preferably applied to the roof structure so as to provide resistance to uplifting forces. The present invention relates generally to a wind damage mitigation and the harnessing of wind energy, and more particularly to a device which mitigates wind damage by applying a downward force to roof structures while simultaneously harnessing wind forces to produce energy. Thus the downward force created by the Magnus effect is transferred to the surface of the roof onto which cylinder 10 is installed. Dolor muscular sin fiebre . Magnus effect force. As the cylinders return to their original position, the same effect takes place on the opposite directions with the vertical and horizontal cables unwinding.