DWF designs a safe and affordable solution for wind generation
 

DWF designs a safe and affordable solution for wind generation

the project of wind generator with the linear movement of the wing is designed by russia-based company DWF to overcome the drawbacks typical for traditional wind turbines – the high cost of electricity, impossible placement close to consumers and environmental hazards. in addition, due to the possibility of flexible adjustment of parameters of the generator, it can work with high efficiency in a wide range of winds.


wind turbine on the shoreline

 

 

DWF presents the next generation of wind turbines — quiet, safe, inexpensive and able to get maximum from the wind. these will be regulated not only by the speed and angle of wings, but will change wings area and power of generators. slowly running wings along the linear guide check carefully the direction of the wind and turn after it to get the maximum energy that wind can produce.


the system with the slow movement of wings does not create infrasound, is safe for birds and people, can be placed where it is needed — close to the consumer

 

 

the wing works like a sail on a yacht, constantly checking the wind to transform its action into the maximum driving force from which the generator will make electricity. if the wind can not move the wing forward, the generator will turn into a motor and will continue to move, and the energy will be produced by the second-row of wings, for which the wind is favorable.


the wing works like a sail on a yacht, constantly checking the wind to transform its action into the maximum driving force from which the generator will make electricity

 

 

if a strong wind carries a lot of energy to collect it, a large area of wings and high power of generators are needed. in depot are stored the spare wings, to make them work you can quickly remove damaged ones and put on the new line. the system does not need to be stopped in order to repair and replace the wings, energy is always generated as long as there is at least one operable wing on the line. the elements of the system are small, they are easy to transport by conventional vehicles. the system uses a rectangular windscreen window, which can be easily extended both vertically and horizontally, as far as there is enough space.


the system can operate continuously, without stopping for repair and maintenance


the elements of the system are small, they are easy to transport by conventional vehicles


the wings on the rail track


details of construction


the system consists of identical elements — modules, and even the first, assembled from modules initial segment of the system is able to produce energy


spare wings in the depot

 


in depot are stored the spare wings, to depot you can quickly move damaged wings and put on the line operable

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: maria erman | designboom

  • I can be a little dense; do these move along the track and then make a 180 at each end, or do the ‘sails’ look like a fleet of dinghies having a tacking duel? Either way, it’s good to see some alternatives to giant fans.

    Jim

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Miyazaki might find these familiar. They are in his 1980’s movie N’assica (spelling) of the Valley of the Wind. I am grateful we continue to push to work with nature.

    Richard says:

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