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Improvements in and relating to windmills. Gottlieb Frank Zucker, June 19, 1924: GB217485-A (22 worldwide citation)

217,485. Zucker, G. F. Oct. 8, 1923. Current motors; regulating.-A windmill has a rotatable vertical shaft 20 which supports horizontal planes 24, 26, 32 between which are blades 40, 42, 44 hinged radially to the planes 26, 26, 24 respectively. Angular stops prevent the blades from swinging beyond t ...


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William D Allison: Mounting for windmills. Fisher Gerhardt Crampton & Groh, August 12, 1980: US04217501 (21 worldwide citation)

A windmill structure including a mounting for supporting one or a large number of windmills in an elevated position above the ground so that the windmills can weathercock and align with the wind. The mounting arrangement limits movement continuously in one direction and returns the windmill to its o ...


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William L Ducker: Adjustable vane windmills. First National Bank of Lubbock, Ely Silverman, January 15, 1980: US04183715 (19 worldwide citation)

A system of rotatably and pivotally mounted radially extended bent supports for radially extending windmill rotor vanes in combination with axially movable radially extended control struts connected to the vanes with semi-automatic and automatic torque and other sensing and servo units provide autom ...


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Moyer Robert D: Windmill structure. Olson Trexler Wolters Bushnell & Fosse, July 22, 1975: US3895882 (18 worldwide citation)

The embodiment of the invention disclosed herein is directed primarily to structural improvements in power conversion devices which are used in the field of mechanical and electrical machines. The power conversion device here is an improved windmill structure which eliminates the need of support fra ...


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Improvements in windmills and windmotors. Charles Esmond Nightingale, March 27, 1924: GB213022-A (17 worldwide citation)

213,022. Nightingale, C. E. Jan. 3, 1923. Screw motors ; vanes. -An annular aerofoil A, which is carried either by the vanes B or the fixed hub E of a, wind-motor, has a maximum camber at a distance of from 0.3 to 0.4 of its chord from the inlet edge. The wheel hub C, D is mounted on a shaft C which ...


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Stiesdal Henrik: Method and vessel for installation of off-shore windmills. Bonus Energy, May 23, 2001: EP1101935-A2 (16 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a vessel (1) and a method for installing off-shore windmills (11). Main components for windmill (11) and base (10) are assembled into one unit at a location other than the final location. The pre-assembled unit is subsequently shipped to and placed at the final location by using t ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: United sail windmill. July 12, 1988: US04756666 (13 worldwide citation)

This windmill provides low cost energy out of the wind in the form of compressed air, etc, by maximizing wind-contact at the least cost of construction and maintenance, at the least cost of project site--making the "Output/Cost Ratio" very high. This is done by making the sails very large using ligh ...


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Bryant Darren James, Fox Gareth Michael: Fan unit with two fans, guide vanes and tapering duct. Gebhardt Ventilatoren, Kiloheat, September 1, 1999: GB2334756-A (13 worldwide citation)

Two centrifugal or mixed-flow fans 10,11 are mounted in series within a housing 12 for driving air through the housing from an inlet to an exhaust, for driving air in a ventilation system. A tapered duct 17 within the housing reduces the gas flow crossectional area from the exhaust of the upstream f ...


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William L Ducker: Adjustable vane windmills. Wind Engineering Corporation, Ely Silverman, September 7, 1982: US04348154 (12 worldwide citation)

A system of rotatably and pivotally mounted radially extended bent supports for radially extending windmill rotor vanes in combination with axially movable radially extended control struts connected to the vanes with semi-automatic and automatic torque and other sensing and servo units provide autom ...


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Drzewiecki Stephane, Rey Jean: Improvements in self setting sails or blades of windmills or of tractor screws or of pusher screws of aeroplanes or dirigibles.. Drzewiecki Stephane, Rey Jean, April 10, 1919: GB124935-A (12 worldwide citation)

124,935. Drzewiecki, S., and Rey, J. April 30, 1918. Blades &c.-Relates to self-adjusting screw blades for windmills and aircraft propellers adapted to allow a substantially constant speed to be obtained in spite of variations in the speed of the wind or the aircraft. A socket c mounted on the end o ...