Most Efficient Wind Turbine
Wind turbines harness the natural power of the wind to generate electricity. The ideal solution is to capture more of the wind as it passes through the blades. Current three-blade wind turbines operate at around 20% efficiency. There is, however, a new design, which allows very little wind to pass between the blades, making it possible to operate at much higher efficiency. This revolutionary wind turbine technology is called Wind Sail Receptor.
· The design of Wind Sail Receptor’s blades is structurally sound even in high winds which, when they occur, stiffen the blades for maximum performance.
· The material of the blades is proprietary to Wind Sail Receptor. They are made of polyurethane and can handle high and low temperatures without creep or cracking. The abrasion resistance is also much better than that of a composite material.
· The design of Wind Sail Receptor’s blades does not cause noise neither in low nor in high winds. The blades also stay in true alignment when in use.
· Wind Sail Receptor’s system is smaller, lighter, stronger, more durable and more efficient than current technology. Because of its smaller, more efficient size, the wind turbine is less costly.
· Wind Sail Receptor’s blade design allows birds to fly away from the blades at a 45 angle with the airflow, thus eliminating harm to them.
Another important aspect of this technology is the low RPM, high-efficiency generator that, along with the custom blade design, allows synchronizing the load to the torque numbers. By doing this, it more than doubled the output in energy with the same MPH wind speeds over the other high RPM generators.
The matching of the generator to the blade design will allow Wind Sail Receptor to maximize energy output and allow the company to make windmill technology highly efficient. The 3-dimensional design of the Wind Sail Receptor incorporates significantly more direct wind surface area than other wind energy platforms.
This improved surface area creates a substantial increase in torque in a smaller but more efficient design. Likewise, the self-adjusting generator maximizes torque usage by automatically regulating RPM based on prevalent wind speed. By intelligently monitoring and metering variable backflow resistance from generator load, the Wind Sail Receptor is able to maximize energy output in virtually all wind conditions.