TYER WIND Turbine That Perfectly Mimics The Motion Of Hummingbird’s Wings

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TYER WIND pre-industrial machine is now a tangible reality ! As a biomimic wind converter, TYER Wind perfectly mimics the motion of Hummingbird’s wings to harness wind power and generate green electricity. It is a sensational revolution in the world of mechanics that is likely to have a major impact on the way we produce electricity in the future.

source/image: TYER WIND

Tyer Wind has replicated the mechanism that allows hummingbirds to fly in one place with their flapping wind turbine that moves in a figure 8 configuration.

source/image: TYER WIND

It has two vertical axis wings made from carbon fiber, each 5.25 feet long, that convert kinetic wind energy into emissions-free electricity. Combined, the two wings sweep an area of nearly 12 square feet, with a pre-industrial rated power output of 1kW.

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The turbine is said to give off less noise pollution compared to conventional wind turbines, be safer for migrating birds, less visually obtrusive, and allow for a higher density of turbines in a wind farm configuration.

It’s not specifically a small wind machine, as the company appears to be envisioning large-scale deployment, but the working model is clearly in the micro- to small-scale wind category.

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