4 is such that if, by means not shown, the control panel or surface 52 is caused to be inclined with respect to the wing section 24 as shown, the wind 40 will be acted upon in such a manner that will result in a small downward force 64 operative at the center 60 that produces a pitching moment about the axis 26 that causes the lifting surface or wing section 24 to rotate to an angle of attack indicated at 66. The resultant lifting force 68 that acts at the aerodynamic center 58 that results in a moment about the closely spaced axis 26 that opposes and at an equilibrium established by the angle of attack 66 counterbalances the moment produced by the control panel 52 about the axis 26. The net result is that the wing section 24 exerts an upward force on the boom 16 at its point of attachment.
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Since one of the lifting surfaces is producing a tilted downward force, and the other an upward tilted force, their respective horizontal components will produce a moment which aids the vertical fin 36 and 38 in producing directional motion of the support boom or beam 16 about the axis of the boom 16 by reorienting the latter with respect to the prevailing wind conditions. 6 that anticlockwise movement of the boom 16 and the arm 74 will initially increase the tension of the spring 72 until after the line of action has moved an interval to the left of the pivot 18 after which the spring 72 causes the bar 70 to snap to its other limited position in which it will remain until clockwise motion has moved the line of action an interval to the right of the pivot 18. Accordingly, the bar 70 is essentially in one or the other of its limited positions and will snap from one to the other upon the boom 16 being rocked through and beyond a horizontal attitude a predetermined angular interval that approximates the angles 42 and 48 shown in FIG.
Dolor Muscular En El Pecho
A great deal of effort has been and is currently being made to utilize wind energy by employing apparatus that includes blades or airfoils that extend radially from a rotatable hub, however, efforts to effect such energy extraction on a large scale have been rather disappointing to date for various reasons.
Here again reliance must be had upon inertia of moving parts to carry the same through conditions when no lift is being effected. Means will now be described for effecting a reversal of the orientation of the control panels upon the boom 16 reaching its limiting positions, and for this purpose attention is directed to FIGS. It will also be noted that none of the patented constructions operates to independently control wings as to its angle of attack dependent upon only the aerodynamic conditions experienced by that particular wing at any moment in time.
The Albisu patent discloses a vertically oscillatable member having a wing or vane at its aft end. A vertical fin 160 is fixed to the trailing end of the boom 16 in lieu of the fins 36 and 38 to direct the canard 142 into the wind 40 as shown.
Inasmuch as the boom 16 and the wings 20 and 28 are preferably sized and weighted so as to be statically balanced, the boom 16 may be motionless during intervals of calm as though awaiting the next breeze, which when it somes will cause the azimuth of the boom 16 to change to face thereinto as well as resumption of movement of the same toward its limiting position. A variation in stroke length of the reciprocating pump is automatically effected by an increase in wind speed by means of the boom pivot 18 or trunnions (where fixed to the boom 16) being constrained in slotted guide openings 135 in its U-shaped support 14. As wind speed increases the aerodynamic drag produced by the wings 20 and 28 will increase proportionally in a manner to cause downwind movement of the pivot or trunnions 18 in the slotted support 14 the action of a tension spring and dashpot unit 136 that is fixed to the support 14 for urging the pivot 18 to the right as viewed in FIG.
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Appropriate stops, not shown, limit the oscillatory freedom of the bar 70 to equal displacements on opposite sides of the vertical, with the bar 70 being shown in one of such positions in FIG. The bar 70 will have an initial position which will correspond to the wings 20 and 28 having opposite angles of attack relative to any existing wind such as to result in the boom 16 being urged toward one of its limiting positions. 3, the boom 16 can rock or oscillate vertically between limiting positions such as the one shown with the boom 16 being directed forwardly and downwardly at an angle 42 below the horizontal and a position indicated in dashed line at 46 that is an angle 48 above the horizontal 44. Preferably the angles 42 and 48 are equal. An appreciation of the background of the present invention can be obtained on inspecting the most pertinent prior art proposals known, such proposals being set forth in the following U.S.
The airfoil having a center of lift disposed rearwardly of the airfoil mounting axis in an arrangement such that lift forces subject the airfoil to a moment urging pivotal movement to the airfoil in a direction that reduces the angle of attack productive of such lift, whereby the airfoil is urged to an equilibrium position that balances the moments effected by the control surface and lift forces, and energy transducer means operated by oscillatory motion of the boom. Dolor parte de atras de la rodilla . It is deemed well within the skill of those modestly conversant with the art to couple the control rod 80 to the control panels so as to effect a reversal of the direction of control panel movement for a given direction of control rod 80 shift signalling the boom 16 having attained a limiting position.
Dolor De Muelas
An important feature of the invention resides in the provision of oppositely and concurrently operating lifting surfaces positioned and sized to effect essentially equal moments urging the desired teeter-totter or vertical rocking movement of the boom or beam. While the rocking motion of the boom 16 can be applied to do mechanical and electrical work by a wide variety of means such as by using a pawl to effect intermittent unidirectional rotation of a toothed wheel, etc., or by using the same as essentially a jack in operating a down hole oil well pump through the agency of sucker rods, and so on, attention is directed to FIG.
As long as the wind continues to blow and after any wind interruption, such lift will be provided if the orientation of the panel 52 relative to the wing section 24 remains the same. The structure also enables a conservation in the use of materials as the upper and lower wings can be interconnected if desired by cross bracing in the nature of cross bracing that has been customary in biplanes such as the Stearman PT-13. The use of an amount of material necessary for strictly cantilever construction can be lessened by the effective thickness of the overall vertically connected structure. Wind actuated means adjacent the pivot are provided for directly mechanically controlling the attitude of the wind relative to the oscillating member. As suggested above, the primary objective of the present invention is to provide a wind energy transducer that will not be based on a system of rotating blades or airfoils, and which could be largely based insofar as predictions of design characteristics on a mature aerospace technology.
As will be evident to those skilled in the art the operation of the machine 240 and its control will be readily understood especially in the light of the descriptions given above in connection with the other embodiments of the invention. Attention is now directed to the modified form of the invention shown in FIG. All the forms of the invention as thus far described involve control panels that are in trailing relation with respect to the airfoils to which they are hingedly connected. The torsion-free mode of wing operation will be readily appreciated on reference to the previously cited NASA publication the essence of which is illustrated in FIG. The other ends of the control arms 98 and 100 are respectively connected by links 110 and 112 to the bell cranks 114 and 116 respectively which allows links 110 and 112 to align themselves along the axis 26 of the wing sections 22 and 24. Bell cranks 114 and 116, whose bight portions pivot about fixed vertical axes 118 and 120 respectively, are connected by links 122 and 124 to tabs 126 and 128 fixed to the control panels 50 and 52 in a corresponding direction relative to their associated wing panels.
Dolor Muscular Sin Fiebre
A yoke 92 is on the upper end of the post 86 and the forwardly projecting arms of the yoke 92 are connected by depending links 94 and 96 respectively, as shown, to the control arms 98 and 100 that in turn respectively have their bight portions pivoted at 102 and 104 respectively by means of the supports 106 and 108 respectively which are attached to the ends of the wing sections 22 and 24 and are free to rotate about the axis 26 of the rotary wing mountings. The right and left wing sections are mechanically joined and are not independently controlled so as to avoid any rolling torque on the oscillating member. 1 and 9 and illustrates still another modification in that the control surfaces are in leading rather than in trailing relation to their respective airfoils. FIG. 9 is a top plan view of yet another modification of the structure shown in FIGS.