Electric Stream Generator -JET Savonius Semi Submerged Zero Head JET Water Turbine

** The white paper indicates clear water flow. JET JET Savonius Turbine Head Zero seeds submerged in water – not to scale. Double concave walls of each scoop of JET turbine Savonius invented a new channel formed acceleration. With the rotation of the fluid flow is forced radially, but passing through the walls (JET), the fluid channel is redirected tangentially and the jet stream forming the periphery. Because of the JET channels much of the pressure of the fluid in the rotor is redirected into force Scoop (JET improving overall performance of the turbines) and also for the scoop channel inductive losses aboard the final energy is greatly diminished. Because of the above, the rotors JET (without propeller) and most are about two times more efficient than conventional rotors. JET turbines which are described in the patent descriptions and BG BG110 251/2008 110 340 / 2009 on the basis of new invented ROTOJET kinetic energy converters of the fluid that we are developing a number of wind and hydro kinetic JET rotor designs for applications of river / channel / tidal. Each is fully scalable. JET rotor / blades require new concept line profile / hydrofoil cross-section, forming the new plan, the new step and twist designs, etc. We have also developed new hub completely new power ROTOJET “flow system – blades – Rotor – transmission – electric generator – Power controller / inverter. ” ROTOJET design of the power system is easily adapted to specific flow conditions (speed, turbulence, etc.) to get a lot
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