The two inventions that best represent the state of the art are described in U.S. OBJECTIVES The objectives and advantages of my invention are first, to provide a wind energy conversion system whose turbines do not fatigue and fail as easily as do previous art turbine blades that emanate unsupported from a central attachment point, second to provide a coaxial wind energy system that has the inherent capability of delivering a substantial flow of power relative to its size and cost unlike previous art coaxial devices that transmit power by twisting around a central cable or centroid, and finally to provide a system whose inherent design makes it possible to convert wind energy to mechanical or electrical energy at a cost directly competitive with energy systems fueled by fossil or nuclear fuel.
This distance is the moment arm of the mast, essential to the dynamics of this system. Line 47 has zero moment arm relative to the drive shaft 16. However intermediate driver lines like driver line 45, can be added by attachment to masts (48) and spars 38 at any interval between the center of the spars and their end points 44. Lines like intermediate line 45 can be attached to spars 38 and masts 48 as needed depending on the size, expected wind speeds and the engineering of the system. The length of this moment arm is extremely critical to the sizing and engineering of the rest of this system. 6 consists of a pair of turbines like right turbine 66. Here the pair of 66 type turbines are attached in approximately the same plane into the suspended coaxial turbine system. Early systems did self-destruct but systems constructed as here illustrated survived all winds experienced on a more or less continuous basis with minor maintenance required.
While the above description contains many specifics, these should not be construed as limitations on the scope of the invention, but rather as an exemplification of the preferred embodiments thereof. A turbine blade 40 is made of two attached triangles, attached near the center of the spar 38 as shown, and this blade is attached as shown all along the length of the spar 38. One corner of the turbine blade 40 attaches by tether 42 to an adjacent spar 38 at its end point 35. The other corner of the sail 40 is attached by another tether 42 to the other end of the spar 38 at another attachment point 35. The two tethers on this sail 40 pull the two corners 41 that they are attached to, in parallel but opposite directions as shown. This is an important feature since the end points of this coaxial system are typically fixed and the direction of the wind frequently changes.
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Frames 14 must be provided on either side of intermediate support 31 because power must be transmitted through a secondary rotating shaft 15 as it cannot be transmitted through driver lines 46. Lines 46 must be discontinuous at fixed supports 26. This embodiment functions as described for the embodiment in FIG. This invention fills the need for clean, economical energy provided by an easy to construct durable system that has proven itself to work well in a wide range of wind velocities and weather conditions. FIG. 4 illustrates the coaxial arrangement of the wind generating system. FIG. Dolor en la boca del estomago y dolor de espalda . 6 also shows a perspective view of two alternative turbine configurations. FIG. 1 shows a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of my invention where existing transmission lines are used to support and elevate the coaxial wind generator system. FIG. 5 shows a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of my invention using a kite to support and elevate the system.
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This invention relates to an improved system for converting wind energy into rotational mechanical energy and to efficiently transmitting this energy to a rotating hub or shaft. Currently available wind systems are expensive to manufacture and maintain, relative to their energy output and they are not as reliable or predictable as, for example, fuel burning systems. Wind spills off the turbine blades at their corners 41 causing the turbine 64 to rotate about its centers in the direction indicated by directional arrows 39. The right turbine 66 illustrates how a turbine having only one spar works in this system.
Hence the turbine will tend to rotate about its center in the direction indicated by directional arrows 39, regardless of wind direction. And this continues to drive the turbine assembly 12 in the same, and continues direction of rotation indicated by directional arrows 39. In operation the turbine sails tend to come about, shift back and forth, frequently when the wind continues to blow almost perpendicular to the axis of rotation. Regardless of wind direction the wind always turns the turbine blades in the direction shown by directional arrows 39. The wind will always spill away from rigid strut 38 towards the corner of turbine blade 40 held by tether 42. Consequently the wind will always drive these turbines in the direction shown by directional arrows 39. The elastic nature of these tether attachments involving blade 40, tether 42, and line 46 enable these turbines to convert wind energy to rotational mechanical energy regardless of wind direction.
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In this case, wind pressure against each turbine blade 40 causes the point of attachment of each tether 42 and the corner of its corresponding blade 40 to move towards pivot shaft 15 and each blade 40 cups into and catches this wind. Dolor de espalda por cargar peso . The respective spars 38 of each of this pair of turbines are attached in this case into the system perpendicular to one another. In a very large system this can be rather dramatic. FIG. 2 is a perspective detail of one type of turbine means that can be used for energy conversion. FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing alternative construction for the stabilizer frame assembly and drive shaft arrangement already detailed in FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of the invention utilizing existing power transmission towers for support and elevation. 6 hub 102, suspender line 47, turbine 64, turbine 66, and hub 103 are attached coaxially as shown.