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Practivistas Chiapas windbelt ASE

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Existing Models: General grammatical corrections
==== Existing Models ====
*[[http://www.humdingerwind.com/#/wi_micro/| microbelt specs]Microbelt specifications] **the The microbelt, seen below in figure Figure 2, can provide clean energy to power the billions of wireless light and power sensors around the world; by using aeroelastic flutter rather than a spinning turbine. The microbelt is able to provide power to wireless sensors as long as there is airflow hitting it. For example, under a car, inside the ducting of buildings, or at the outside of a building.Table 1 and Figure 3 show the correlation b/w between wind speed and power output of the device. The higher the wind speeds, the greater the electrical current.
<br> [[Image:Microbelt.jpg|thumb|left]] [[Image:Outputgraph.jpg|thumb|right]]
*[http://www.humdingerwind.com/#/wi_medium/ Windcell]
**The windcell, seen in Figure 3(Clich the link above), is a one meter long windbelt electricity generator. This design was developed to meet energy needs that range from 0.1kwh-1kwh per month. Be sure to watch the video!
*[http://www.humdingerwind.com/#/wi_large/ Windcell Panels]
**This windbelt design can be set up into arrays of windcells that can be hooked up to supplement the grid. This sort of windbelt design could be on every roof and wall of everything from skyscrapers to personal homes.
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