ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL BOOSTER: Consists of a vertical rotating cylinder, activated by an electric motor installed at a fixed point external to the circle, generate by the Eolic GEEM, the external rotating surface area of the cylinder being exactly equal to the circle generated by the end of the lower section of the panel framework and by being turned and rubbing tangentially against a curved plate at the end of the panel; will give it an impulse, additional to the force of the wind, by being turned in the opposite direction to the rotary movement of the “GEEM”, to increase the efficiency of the system. The direction of the water flow is shown by arrows and produces clockwise revolving movement of the rotary assembly by impact with the panel with closed vanes causing rotation of central shaft 3 to drive column 23. To the left is the anchor 24 of the floating marine generator.
The vanes 6 assume different angular positions in their respective panels as the assembly 1 rotates as shown at the four angular positions A, B, C, D. At position A the vanes are closed and lie in the plane of the frame 5 to face the direction of the wind, shown by the arrows to receive impulsive force from the wind to turn the assembly 1 clockwise. OSCILLATORY VANE MOVEMENTS: Procedure characterized by the automatic self-regulation of the vanes in relation to the direction of movement of the water or wind and the panel framework. The rotary shaft installed in the center of the fixed structure, will turn in one direction only regardless of the direction of the impulse force of water or wind, and will produce constant rotary movement, that will be converted into electrical energy through existing conventional generators. A third wind model with fixed structure consists of a fixed vertical shaft over the generating room, on which the rotary shaft supported by bearings external to the fixed shaft, will turn, having trusses or turnbuckles external to the fixed shaft, that ensure the stability of the whole of the fixed shaft system.
The plate, because of expansion effects of the panel framework will be mounted on springs fixed to the plate on a mobile shaft, which will absorb the expansion, being separated from the end of the panel framework, by a distance equal to the calculated expansion of the panel framework and will have a slight curve of the vertical ends towards the concave section of the plate, of a dimension equal to the calculated expansion of the panel framework, thus avoiding a violent shock with the rotary cylinder. FIXED WIND DRIVEN STRUCTURE WITH STATIC SHAFT: Consists of a fixed structure with a vertical static column or cylindrical shaft, installed at the center of the “GEEM” over the electrical generation room, around which will be installed the tubular rotary shaft, or divided into four or more sections corresponding to each panel, fitted with flanges. On the fixed shaft the upper and lower rotary shaft bearings will be installed, and which at the same time will be fitted with corresponding sectional tracks for each panel.
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The aligning cable 20 is connected to the vanes 4 as will be explained in detail later to maintain the vanes 6 in a uniform oscillating position closing or opening them simultaneously and limiting oscillation of the vanes to the 90° open position. In the upper space 11 at the left, is seen a panel 4 with four closed vanes 6 and to the right of the rotary shaft are four opened vanes 6. At the upper and lower edges of a panel 4 are oscillation stops 19 and at the lower edge of the panel is an aligning cable 20. The oscillation stops 19 serve to block rotation of the vanes past the 0° position when the vanes 6 are in the plane of the frame 5. The oscillation stops 19 are welded or bolted to the frame 5 and project into the rotation path of each vane to limit oscillation thereof from 0° when aligned in the plane of the frame 5 to a maximum of 90° in its perpendicular open position at the end of its oscillating movement.