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Windmobile Pull-Push.

[Category : - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING- OTHER- RENEWABLE ENERGY]
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Windmobile Pull-Push. The windmobile moves downwind faster than the wind. Windmobile consists of two

parts. The head and the tail. In the head is the crew. The tail propeller (propeller) with a variable

pitch. The transmission links the wheels with the propeller. The wind spins the propeller and it becomes

a sail. It pushes the car downwind. After acceleration to wind speed, the transmission connects the

wheels to the propeller. At the same time, the pitch of the propeller changes in order to reduce the

energy loss of the spinning propeller from interaction with the air. The propeller now acts as a

flywheel and gives the stored energy to the wheels through the transmission. The propeller accelerates

the car. When the flywheel propeller begins to run out of energy, the transmission disconnects the

wheels from it. The rear part of the car (the tail) is stopped by the brakes and the head continues to

roll. The propeller is switched to wind wheel mode, the pitch of the blades changes and it begins to

accumulate wind energy. Once the head has moved away (forward) to the maximal distance for this design,

the brakes on the tail of the machine are released, the propeller pitch changes in order to reduce the

energy loss of the spinning propeller from the interaction with the air, it connects to the wheels

through the transmission and accelerates the tail to the speed required to catch up with the head and

continue pushing the entire unit. A flywheel can be used to store wind energy as the propeller spins in

the wind. So the cycle repeats and the head of the car travels at a constant speed, and the tail stops

periodically so that the propeller can use the wind energy. After all, if the windmobile travels at or

faster than wind speed, the wind energy can be used when the propeller part of the car is on the ground

end don't moves. That is why we got the Pull-Push.

Another variant : wind car has a head and two tails with propellers.
While first tail stand still on the ground and accumulates wind power, second tail moves to the head and stop.
This action will be repeated periodically.
When the first tail stand still on the ground and accumulates the wind power, the second one start to move to the head.
When the second tail stand still on the ground and accumulates the wind power, the first one start to move to the head.
So, the head will be provided with power constantly.
So it will always will be at least one tail producing the power for the head.
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