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1. WOWO/2014/056168 - POWER SUPPLY DEVICE BY INTEGRATING WIND POWER GENERATION AND SOLAR PANEL17.04.2014
F03D 3/00
PCT/CN2012/082762AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC.USAYANG, Liang Chih James Young
A power supply device by integrating wind power generation and a solar panel, which comprises a turbofan (1), multiple extension wings (19), a solar panel group (2), a transmission mechanism (4), at least one electric generator (5), and a motor (6). The solar panel group is disposed above a turbine frame (11) of the turbofan. The transmission mechanism is disposed on a top surface of the turbine frame. Each electric generator comprises a rotor shaft (52). The rotor shaft is connected to the transmission mechanism. The transmission mechanism rotates with the rotation of the turbine frame and drives the rotation of the rotor shaft, thereby making the electric generator generate power. The motor is connected to the solar panel group through a wire and comprises a rotating shaft (61). The rotating shaft of the motor is connected to the transmission mechanism. Each extension wing comprises a joint shaft (191) and is disposed on the periphery of the turbine frame of the turbofan through the joint shaft. The power supply device integrates solar power and wind power generation, fully utilizes the two types of natural energy, and converts them to electric energy.

2. WOWO/2014/056049 - DEVICE USING MULTIPLE RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (DUMRES)17.04.2014
F03D 9/00
PCT/BA2012/000008BILIĆ, JosipBILIĆ, Josip
THE DEVICE FOR USING MUTLIPLE RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (DUMRES) has a joint foundation of segmental plates (4) and a support tower (ST) on which the following are installed, from the bottom up: a) PLANT FOR STORING AND USING WAVE ENERGY WITH BUOYANCY FORCE REGULATION (PSUWEBFR) which introduce a buoyancy force regulator (56) into the pumping process, with the task of enabling storage of the kinetic energy of all waves in the form of potential energy of a fluid. b) A VERTICAL-AXIS WIND TURBINE WITH TWO ROTORS THAT TURN AROUND A CYLINDER (VAWT2RC), which contains: • a cylinder (8) with the task of preventing airflow through the interior; • two rotors, with large diameter, that rotate freely around the cylinder (8) in the same direction, with each rotor having at least one generator (G); • the Integrated System of Bearings and Power Transmission (ISBPT) that allows for the fabrication of light-weight rotors; • stiff drags (43) that allow the fabrication of large-sized vanes (11) that are light-weight and statically stable. c) A DEVICE FOR TRACKING THE SUN WITH A STAGGERED PLATFORM (DTSSP), which has: • a staggered platform (6) of large diameter that enables the dense instalment of a large number of collectors (7) in such a way that the front collectors never cast shadows on those behind them when the sun is more than 20° above the horizon; • a new mechanism that precisely turns all of the rows of collectors (7) around a horizontal axis; • the Integrated System of Bearings and Power Transmission (ISBPT) that enables the precise turning of the platform (6) around a vertical axis (0); thereby, there is a synergy between the installed devices. In this way, the most energy is collected per square metre of occupied space and investment required per kWh is reduced.

3. WOWO/2014/056181 - WIND-DRIVEN TURBINE APPARATUS17.04.2014
F03D 3/04
PCT/CN2012/082833AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC. USAYANG, Liang Chih James Young
A wind-driven turbine apparatus, which comprises a turbofan (1) and multiple extension wings (2). The turbofan (1) comprises a turbine frame (11) and multiple blades (12) combined with the turbine frame (11). Each extension wing (2) is provided with a combination shaft (21) and arranged on a periphery of the turbine frame (11) of the turbofan (1) through the combination shaft (21). A position of each extension wing (2) corresponds to one blade (12) of the turbofan. Each extension wing (2) is used to increase a wind area and direction and guide wind to each blade (12) of the turbofan (1). When receiving wind, each extension wing (2) rotates and swings by taking the combination shaft (21) as a center to adjust a rotation speed of the wind-driven turbine apparatus.

4. WOWO/2014/056179 - WIND POWER GENERATION APPARATUS17.04.2014
F03D 3/06
PCT/CN2012/082828AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC.USAYANG, Liang Chih James Young
A wind power generation apparatus, which comprises a turbofan (1), a transmission mechanism (22) and at least one generator (3). The turbofan (1) comprises a turbine frame (11), multiple blades (12) and a central shaft cylinder (13). The central shaft cylinder (13) is arranged in a center of the turbine frame (11), and comprises an outer shaft (131) and an inner shaft (132). The transmission mechanism (22) is arranged on a top surface of the turbine frame (11). Each generator comprises a rotor shaft (32), and the rotor shaft (32) is connected to the transmission mechanism (22). The transmission mechanism (22) rotates with rotation of the turbine frame (11) and drives the rotor shaft (32) to rotate to allow the generator to generate power.

5. WOWO/2014/058117 - ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLING METHOD OF WIND TURBINE USING DRILL HOLE17.04.2014
F03D 11/00
PCT/KR2013/002810CORE GEOTECHNICS CO., LTD.PARK, Sun Keun
Disclosed therein is a method of assembling and installing a wind turbine which generates electricity using a rotary force of blades mounted on a nacelle of an upper portion of a tower. The assembling and installing method includes: a first step of drilling a hole in the ground; a second step of inserting the tower into the drill hole; a third step of assembling the nacelle and the blades to the upper portion of the tower to thereby complete the wind turbine assembly; and a fourth step of drawing out the completed wind turbine assembly from the drill hole and carrying it into an installation field to install it.

6. WOWO/2014/056633 - METHOD AND CONTROLLER FOR CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING A PLURALITY OF ELECTRIC ENERGY GENERATING MACHINES DURING A HIGH VOLTAGE CONDITION17.04.2014
H02J 3/18
PCT/EP2013/058861SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFTCLARK, William F.
A method and a controller for continuously operating a plurality of electric energy generating machines during a high voltage condition at a point of common coupling of the plurality of electric energy generating machines are described. The method comprises a) sensing (102) a voltage level at the point of common coupling exceeding a permitted voltage level; b) curtailing (104) an active power output of the plurality of electric energy generating machines in such a manner that a reactive capability of the plurality of electric energy generating machines is increased; c) establishing (106) a set point of an electric quantity being present at the point of common coupling in such a manner that a reactive electric component providable by the plurality of electric energy generating machines is increased; and d) controlling (108) at least one of the plurality of electric energy generating machines based on the established set point of the electric quantity in such a manner that the high voltage condition at the point of common coupling is at least partially remedied.

7. WOWO/2014/059043 - WIND TURBINE FOR INSTALLATION IN BUILDINGS17.04.2014
F03D 3/04
PCT/US2013/064170OROZA, Carlos GabrielOROZA, Carlos Gabriel
In general a building, preferably a skyscraper, is situated with a face toward the prevailing winds of the area. Within the building is a system for capturing the prevailing winds and converting the prevailing winds into energy for use by the building or for local energy needs. The system is capable of being retrofitted into existing buildings because the elements of the system are scalable.

8. WOWO/2014/056507 - JOINED BLADE WIND TURBINE ROTOR17.04.2014
F03D 1/06
PCT/DK2013/050326AALBORG UNIVERSITETTAHAr, Siavash Talebi
The present invention preferably relates to a joined blade rotor system having substantially a horizontal axis for a wind turbine comprising a number of joined blade assemblies extending substantially radially from a central hub wherein each joined blade assembly comprises a first blade and a second blade or more blades in different planes that are connected by one or more brace systems to each other. Each central hub comprising operating means to effect pitch rotation of the said joined blade assembly or directly the first blade pitch rotation and the second blade pitch rotation about the respective blade axis. Bearing provides a relative rotation between the said first or second blade and brace strut while pitch angles change.

9. WOWO/2014/057810 - WIND TUNNEL ROTATING VANE17.04.2014
F03D 3/06
PCT/JP2013/075985KASHIMANO KANRI SABISU KABUSHIKI KAISHAISHIKAWA Hiroshige
[Problem] To provide a wind tunnel rotating vane having a novel configuration that is a complete change from conventional configurations, which have reached a limit in terms of rotational efficiency and electrical generation efficiency. [Solution] When the axis-proximal portion (16) of the wind-receiving surface (14) of a given blade (12) of a wind tunnel rotating vane (10) that receives wind and rotates within a wind tunnel (20) has rotated to a position perpendicular to the wind blowing through the wind tunnel (20), the wind blowing in the wind tunnel (20) passes through ventilation holes (1) and strikes the wind-receiving surface (14) of another blade (12) farther downstream in the wind tunnel (20). Thus, after the wind-receiving surface (14) of this other blade (12) has received the strongest wind, at the point when the rotation of this blade has gradually weakened, the blade again receives the wind that has passed through the ventilation holes (1), which imparts a stronger rotational force, so that the rotational force can be increased even at that position.

10. WOWO/2014/057789 - WIND-POWER GENERATION DEVICE17.04.2014
F03D 3/04
PCT/JP2013/075432SUN DESIGN OFFICE CO., LTD.SHIRAISHI, Masahiro
[Problem] To provide a wind-power generation device that can blow wind at a sufficient speed to a windmill through a vertically extending wind tunnel tube, and can generate a sufficient amount of power. [Solution] A wind-power generation device (10) is provided with: a tubular wind tunnel tube (30) closed at the bottom end, the tube (30) having a wind blow-out port (32) provided at the top end and a plurality of openings provided throughout the length and breadth of the entire peripheral wall; a plurality of opening-closing windows (52) that open the openings when receiving wind from the outside of the wind tunnel tube (30), and close the openings when receiving wind from the inside of the wind tunnel tube (30); a windmill (60) arranged facing the blow-out port (32) in the top side of the wind tunnel tube (30); and a power generator that generates power by means of the rotation of the windmill (60).


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