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Alrededor del 30 % de los latinos padece dolor crónico.. The opening 17 between two wings, which must be present for the flow-through, is determined in relation to the depth of the wing L. For an average measure value M of the wing depth L, marked out with a yarn, the five-fold distance, measured from the center of the rotor axle 4 to the end of the wing 1, 2, 3, gives the length of the outer wing curvature. These two wing shapes and the region in between form the ideal region, used pursuant to the invention. Moreover, it is also a special object of the invention that the work of recovering energy is commenced already at a wind velocity of 1.5 m/sec. The DE 31 29 680 discloses a wind wheel for converting wind energy into rotational movement, for which, for a wind power machine, with a rotor, which is constructed with a plurality of rotor blades and the rotor axle of which is perpendicular to the plane of the possible wind direction, an increase in efficiency is said to be achieved owing to the fact that the rotor is surrounded by a stator, which has a plurality of stator blades, which are equally far apart, extend obliquely to the rotor, terminate at a lateral peripheral surface of the rotor and formed channels which taper towards the rotor.

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  • Abandonar el cigarrillo
  • Padecer hipotiroidismo
  • Ayuda a regenerar el nervio dañado
  • Baja y repite hacia la izquierda
  • The apparatus of claim 1, wherein said fluid comprises nitrogen
  • Estimula la curación y mejora el efecto del tratamiento antibiótico

The attack angle of the wings of the rotor arises from the distance between the center of the rotor axle and the respective wing end and the front boundary of the leading edge of the wing, which passes through the center of the rotor axle. The five-fold distance from the center of the axle to the wing, measured over the wing curvature, gives the profile length.

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A vertical rotor installation is disposed in the cylindrical shaft and consists of a centrally disposed rotor axle and the individual rotor stories with 3 wings per story. The wings 1, 2 or 3 must be disposed so ideally to one another, that the sail pull and the aerodynamics ensure that the wind flows through ideally without being impeded. The vertical admission surface elements are disposed radially, as a result of which the wind power facility is independent of the direction of the wind. It is furthermore an object that the whole structure consists of balanced admission surface statics and that there are no additional components, which hinder or limit spacewise the function of the wind power facility. The sail pull thus acts as a connecting link, so that the inertia in the rotor is overcome and a fluid undisturbed course of motion of the rotation is ensured. If the rotor wing were constructed with a uniformly stretched supporting surface shape, an adequately large surface would not be available for an energy-obtaining sail pull.

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Since the whole of the rotor compartment is still empty, the air flows past the incoming wing 1 without obstruction and presses to almost 90° into the inner curvature of the preceding wing 2. The rapid sail pull passes on the initial speed immediately to the aerodynamics and initiates the second operating cycle. At the same time, however, the preceding second wing catapults into an outer, advantageous inclined position, which is reduced smoothly to zero in the angle of the incident flow. The higher velocity is, however, also required for the preceding second wing, because the flow no longer presses at 90° on the surface and instead slides from about 65° to 0°. The flow through effect is increased in that, at first, the short lever at the inner curvature is operated and then goes over smoothly to the long lever. These horizontal admission elements 13 and the twelve cylindrical admission surface element 12 are the only static parts between the stories and form the admission compartments 16. These component elements are connected preferably by welding.

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Furthermore, all surfaces of the admission surface elements 12, 13 are absolutely smooth and have no interruptions, such as those caused, for example, by reinforcing corrugations and grooves. The cylindrical design of the admission surface construction consists of an admission surfaces outer ring, which may have a different number of stories. This equipment does not have a sail pull or aerodynamics. This is due to the fact that the admission surfaces sit too flat, as a result of which about one-fourth of the wind power does not have an effect and is passed to the outside. This profile is configured so that the tangent on the pressure side, namely the underside of the wing, is a straight line. Dolor zona sacro lumbar . Only in the wind-weak regions is a profile, which has a special aerodynamic shape, used for this embodiment of the facility.

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Not only is the structure to be adapted to nature, it should also offer good advertising possibilities. Since only the compressive force in the rotor is working, only about 15% of the wind force is converted. Aside from the various utilizations of the converted wind energies, attention is paid to a usable frequency stability and to an advantageously adapted, well-balanced weight distribution, which can be noted in the interaction between the admission surface elements, rotor, rotor wings and building. Since the wind force is converted most advantageously with the aerodynamic shape of the rotor wings, it requires the sail pull as initial velocity in the preceding operating cycle. The sail pull works, sliding on the upper curvature of the wings from the rear to the front. The flow-through gap between two wings corresponds to twice the dimension of the profiled length of the wing, measured at the curvature. Nervios y dolor de espalda . On the basis of the average value of the depth of the wings, the length of the outer wing curvature is five times the distance measured from the center of the rotor to the respective end of the wing.

In the case of an arrangement with four wings, one wing always blocks a frictionless, natural flow-though at least partly, comparable with a wall at right angles. Due to the left-handed rotation of the rotor, there is an inflow once again on the right side of the admission surface element of at least two admission compartments, although these are no longer taken hold of frontally by the wind. The vertical admission surface elements 12 have the special task of covering the rotor wings, 1, 2, 3, which run back in the wind direction and, in addition, to guide the wind to the positive side. For this purpose, the structure is to form a closed unit and have the shape as well as the appearance of a columnar tower, the facility being protected against the weather. If it were to be equipped with introducing surfaces, it would work relatively well at low wind velocities as a slow-running rotor.

Under load, the output collapses, so that this equipment is not suitable low wind velocities ranging preferably from the 1 m/s to about 3 m/s. Moreover, it is an objective that the wind power facility operates reliably even in hurricane situations and does not have to be taken out of the wind.

These straight-surface, horizontal admission surface elements 13 rise from the outside to the inside in said range of angles, so that the desired compression of flow comes about. In each story of the admission surface construction, above and below the admission compartments, there are horizontal admission surface elements, which are in a range of 10° to 15° rising inwards and are not curved, but also not constructed aerodynamically. In each story of the cylindrical admission surface construction 11, above and below the admission compartment 16, there are twelve horizontal admission surface elements 13, which are in a range of 10° to 15° to the story floor as angle of attack of the horizontal admission surface elements. The two-and-one-half-fold depth of the vertical admission surface elements corresponds to the diameter of the rotor. The vertical admission surface elements can alternately be straight or also curved. In the attack field of the wind surface at the facility, each wing of the rotor works consecutive over four admission compartments.

The wind therefore does not press on the opposite side of the wing region; instead, the deflected wind is directed additionally onto the positively working side. After the edge of the wing has left the admission compartment 16, the third operating cycle sets in, the wind pressure on the inner part of the wing 1 commencing to press.

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However, since four admission compartments act consecutively on each wing in the whole of the wind attack surface of the facility, there is a four-fold extension of the cycle. The construction selected, with the admission surface principle indicated, brings about a utilization of about 85 percent of the wind surface at the building or at the facility. With that, optimum space utilization and good energy yields are achieved, the length of the generator always being adapted to the construction selected, mainly to the number of stories and also to the height of the individual stories.

Pursuant to the solution, the inventive wind power facility consists of a foundation, on which a machine space is placed. The round openings in the center of this equipment, described pursuant to the solution, take away the possibility of flow transposition from the flow-through wings. The work performed breaks down when the first wing tilts the flow to the outside in the course of the rotation. In addition, there is an upward flow at the facility. Dolor de huesos y espalda . Moreover, the mass of the rotor also contributes to the frequency stability due to its centrifugal effect. Due to the heavily rounded wing surfaces, the flow-through rotor becomes an extremely slow-running rotor. The braking due to the blades, running in the opposite direction in the wind pressure, is disadvantageous. The wind pressure works in the heavy pressure region of the lever in the slower inner region of the rotor wings.