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franco malgarini:
http://www.repubblica.it/motori/sezioni/ambiente/2014/09/23/news/auto_eolica-96473830/?ref=HRERO-1







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franco malgarini:
In practice, the drive is powered by a generator which, with an internal mechanism very particular (looks like a flag flying) converts the wind energy by exploiting the transfer of electrical charges between different materials.

According to the Korean researchers this system, mounted on the roof of a car (would be the size of 7.5 cm to 5) could produce an amount of energy equal to 0.86 megawatts.

"Transforming the air in energy - the researchers explain - is a mechanism very simple and cheap, based on a kind of 'flag' obtained from a flexible material similar to a cloth, coated with a thin metal layer. Agitated by wind, flag bumps against a hard surface, of a metal of a different type: it is this movement, through the rubbing, to cause the transfer of electric charges ".

franco malgarini:
It 's more or less the same principle of operation of this wind generator:




http://www.nrel.gov/docs/legosti/old/2277.pdf



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franco malgarini:
with a canopy of solar nanoantennas 2 square meters, that also work at night, you can add 1,600 watts ...





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wings:

http://landartgenerator.org/blagi/archives/2872
http://www.ewi.tudelft.nl/en/current/ewicon-wind-energy-converter-unveiled-wind-mill-without-moving-parts/

http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/ebasham/E11/windturbine/research/The%20development%20of%20an%20Electrostatic%20Wind%20Energy%20Converter.pdf

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