Friday, August 18, 2017

Homemade Wind Power Generators

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Comments

  1. Yappity Yap says:

    Thank you for sharing this hands-on overview :) All the best!

  2. Lothar Mayring says:

    So far so good.
    On my opinion the flatterwindmill is academic.
    For people who need electicity from wind,
    the problem is not the windmill, but the generator and how much electric
    energy you can get out of windcraft. We need to charge batteries, but that
    is another problem.

  3. SoccerToBePro says:

    At 1:55 you show the light bulb flashing. Okay, I’m a noob but is there a
    way to “store” energy so you can keep the light on for a certain amount of
    time? Please anyone

  4. Nizam Jalal says:

    nice

  5. will smith says:

    the wind mill looks fake. no offence

  6. 100roberthenry says:

    now make a video camera….. :)

  7. Richard Wybou says:

    Which type of windmill is most efficient and under which conditions? For
    example, since since the horizontal and flutter windmills work regardless
    of wind direction, is there an advantage to one or the other at various
    wind speeds. My guess is that at very low wind speeds the flutter windmill
    might be able to produce small amounts of electricity when a larger
    (heavier) set of blades/solid sails might not move at all. On the other
    hand, at higher wind speeds, the flutter generator may peak out and not be
    able to produce as much electricity as one which can catch a larger amount
    of wind and rotate at higher RPM.

    If you can keep a standard vertical windmill pointed into the wind (let’s
    say by mounting it on an easily rotating disk with a wind tail that
    repositions the blades to face the oncoming wind) is it more efficient than
    a horizontal windmill?

    Loved the video, thanks for sharing it. 

  8. bhargav kumar says:

    wow

  9. Megamecha ProjectAlpha says:

    im guessing he doesn’t need to pay an electric bill :D

  10. caiocollalto says:

    I’m looking for some way to power up a lamp without electricity, say, for
    emergency home use. The simpler the better. Anybody have some tips?

  11. rmen2a5495 says:

    I really like it.

  12. Ashish Banerjee says:

    Simple DIY wind power generator. 

  13. Green Technology News/Discussion says:

    Dr Jonathon Hare Williams explaining how wind turbines work. The 3rd wind
    turbine is an idea I have not seen before. #techeveryday 

  14. Vinod Kumar says:

    Vinod’s Collection

  15. would it be better to have thousands of small wind mills than those big
    monsters……..ie less wind needed, easier manufacturing , easier to
    maintain and install , a smaller object has a lower weight to strength
    ratio.

  16. GreatNorthWeb says:

    “wind speed cubed”

  17. Deathsquadstudios4 says:

    That’s the joke dumbass.

  18. MrDaharris34 says:

    lol

  19. Konoyaro Bakayaro says:

    The future

  20. Bobby Guest says:

    Google: Tesla Invention

  21. Palomar Bob says:

    Try to generate 1 watt with each type shown : keep increasing the size of
    each type : my guess is that the string type will be 25 times bigger : the
    vertical 5 times bigger : the horzional smaller : simple test with 1 ohm
    resitor and a 1 amp fuse to blow in less than 24 hours :

  22. DancingSpiderman says:

    lol

  23. BashMonkeyRC says:

    where in all of that did you get pissy at what I said? it wasnt even
    directed at you

  24. minbari001 says:

    Cool little Video! but i will say that the Horizontal and VAWT would have
    been better fitted with a Direct drive dual rotor Axial flux Generator as
    opposed to the drive belt arrangements

  25. MrStickyPete says:

    I want to know the power output for each

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