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Flying Wind Mill

Author(s):

Ashish A. Sakhare , Dr. Rajendra Gode institute of technology and reserch amravati; Prof. R. R. Charthad

Keywords:

Flying Wind Mill, Cylindrical Balloon Skeleton, Magnus Effect

Abstract

The present day conventional windmills have many drawbacks. My paper suggests an alternative to overcome the drawbacks. These alternatives are FLYING WINDMILLS. The wind is much steadier at altitudes, so you get even more advantage over conventional windmills in this NEW GENERATION WINDMILLS. Flying windmills have advantages over their land-based counterparts which is because of factors such as contours of the land and daily heating and cooling patterns, often face either inadequate wind or turbulent winds, necessitating expensive designs. No such impediments occur in the jet stream, where air moves near constantly and at several times the speed that it does at 100 feet off the ground, allowing much more energy to be captured from each square meter of wind. Flying windmills are even more advantageous as it has ad- hoc generation: devices with a reasonably simple tether-system do not have to be permanently installed in one place, they could be trucked out to any location that needed them.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I30944
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2019
Page(s): 1304-1306

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