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Improvements in or relating to fans, rotors, and the like. William Wycliffe Spooner, February 4, 1937: GB460781-A (5 worldwide citation)

460,781. Screw fans and windmills. SPOONER, W. W. Aug. 6, 1935, No. 22112. [Classes 110 (i) and 110 (iii)] A screw fan, propeller, or windmill comprises two or more coaxial rings of blades, or rotors, of different diameter, each independently mounted for rotation at speeds inversely proportioned to ...


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Improvements in or relating to windmills. Sydney Asline Ward, July 13, 1922: GB182700-A (5 worldwide citation)

182,700. Ward, S. A. July 22, 1921. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid) Oppositely-running rotor type; screw motors; working-fluid supply; regulating.-Two oppositely-rotating wind-wheels 7, 8 driving a vertical shaft 11 through bevel-gearing and mounted on a turn-table are enclosed in a casing ...


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Sophie Boureau, Hein Wille: Removable offshore wind turbines with pre-installed mooring system. Single Buoy Moorings, Young & Thompson, May 20, 2014: US08729723 (4 worldwide citation)

A floating energy generating device includes at least two wind turbines mounted on a floating open structure, the floating open structure being moored to the seabed with a mooring system, each wind turbine featuring in operation mode a blade and rotor part mounted at the top of a tower and being con ...


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Christopher N Tupper, Duncan G Wood: Brushless high-frequency alternator and excitation method for DC, single-phase and multi-phase AC power-frequency generation. Raven Energy Alternatives, Verrill Dana, Chris A Caseiro, December 13, 2011: US08076814 (4 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for arranging and exciting the stator, rotor and various windings of a multi-stage brushless high frequency alternator so that the resulting multiple high frequency sub-phase armature winding outputs can be rectified and commutated into desired phases of power-frequency alterna ...


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Massie Charles Robert: Battery driven vehicle. Massie Charles Robert, June 7, 2006: GB2420765-A (4 worldwide citation)

A vehicle having electric-only drive has a plurality of travel wheels 12, at least one of which is driven by an electric motor 20 using energy from one or more on-board rechargeable batteries 22. A generator driven by at least one of the wheels supplies current to recharge the battery or batteries. ...


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Tien Chuan Chen: Hydraulic power generation system driven by compression air produced by fluid. Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, February 1, 2011: US07877992 (4 worldwide citation)

A hydraulic power generation system driven by compression air produced by fluid is provided. The present invention is featured in that it employs more than one group of windmills which can be driven by wind power, or utilizes hydraulic power, such as a river flow, tides at estuaries or bays to drive ...


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Honda Akihiro, Saito Toru: A wind-powered generator plant. Mitsubishi Heavy, June 13, 2001: EP1106825-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

Windmill generator sets, each including a windmill and a generator driven by the windmill, are installed on a floating body floating on water. The floating body is formed as a triangular truss structure. Each side of the triangle of the floating body is formed by a hollow beam having a rectangular c ...


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Spicer Roy Sidney William: Vertical axis windmills. Spicer Roy Sidney William, May 10, 1984: GB2129060-A (4 worldwide citation)

The windmill has vanes 13 which are connected by horizontal members 15 to a vertical rotatable shaft 18 mounted in bearings 20, 23 which allow the shaft 18 to move vertically but which resist radial movement, the weight of the vanes 13, members 15 and shaft 18 being transmitted to a float 10 floatin ...


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Mathieson George Cameron Reid, Howell Alun Raymond, Moss Charles Ernest: Improvements in or relating to jet propulsion engines. Power Jets Res & Dev, August 26, 1959: GB819032-A (4 worldwide citation)

819,032. Gas-turbine jet-propulsion plant; axial-flow compressors. POWER JETS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT) Ltd. Sept. 28, 1956 [Sept. 30, 1955; Oct. 5, 1955 (2); March 23, 1956 (2)], Nos. 27907/55, 28413/55, 28438/55, 9216/56 and 9230/56. Classes 110 (1) and 110 (3). A jet-propulsion engine comprises an ...



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