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1. (WO2017155210) WIND POWER GENERATOR

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/155210    International Application No.:    PCT/KR2017/001180
Publication Date: Fri Sep 15 01:59:59 CEST 2017 International Filing Date: Sat Feb 04 00:59:59 CET 2017
IPC: F03D 3/02
F03D 3/00
F03D 7/04
H02J 7/02
H02J 7/14
H02K 11/21
Applicants: LWP CO., LTD
엘더블유피 주식회사
NA, Jongheon
나종헌
Inventors: NA, Jongheon
나종헌
Title: WIND POWER GENERATOR
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a wind power generator capable of efficiently generating wind power even when wind speed is low, capable of generating electric power with available torque by storing kinetic energy in a non-rotator, and capable of continuously generating wind power even at commercial wind speeds or rated wind speeds. The wind power generator according to the present invention comprises: a first housing and a second housing; a first center shaft connected between a top center portion and a bottom center portion inside the first housing; a plurality of rotary vanes fixed to the first center shaft and rotated by wind; a second center shaft connected between a top center portion and a bottom center portion inside the second housing; a plurality of stators provided in a disk shape about the second center shaft; a plurality of rotors installed corresponding respectively to the plurality of stators and rotatably installed by rotation of the second center shaft; a rotation number detection unit for detecting the number of rotations of the plurality of rotors in accordance with rotation; a driving belt connecting the first center shaft and the second center shaft and transmitting rotational force of the first center shaft rotated by the plurality of rotary vanes to the second center shaft to rotate the second center shaft; a power storage module for charging electrical energy generated by the rotation of the rotors; and a charge control unit for controlling the supply and shut-off of the generated electric energy to the power storage module, wherein the charge control unit performs a control so as to repeatedly supply and shut off the electrical energy to and from the power storage module at predetermined time intervals when the number of rotations of the first rotor among the plurality of rotors exceeds a predetermined reference number of rotations.