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A new kind of wind power generator

A new kind of wind power generator
« on: December 02, 2023, 08:01:24 AM »
I am an Indian inventor. For a long time, I am continuing personal research about a new kind of wind power generation system. Recently, while searching net, I have found out that the necessary machinery is already available in market. In short, the machine now can be built easily.
At present, I have completed the CAD drawing and done some ANSYS simulation testing. As per the latest simulation where the RPM was set of 3600, the torque was found to be around 1.52 for a machine of 35 cm diameter and the input wind velocity was set to be 6 m/s. For me, this is promising result and I can say that no wind turbine in anywhere around the world of that little diameter can generate such torque at this RPM.
I now want to further develop this invention by making a real prototype. And, I want to know, how close the real prototype can perform in comparison to the simulation. And, I have already applied for a patent, kindly tell me whether I can approach any possible investor or buyer to sell/license the technology or not.

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Re: A new kind of wind power generator
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2023, 02:04:59 PM »
You can sell or license a pending patent application after it has been filed.  Good luck.
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Re: A new kind of wind power generator
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2023, 10:00:04 PM »
You can sell or license a pending patent application after it has been filed.  Good luck.
Thanks for your reply. And, regarding the first part, can you tell me how close the real prototype would perform in comparison to the simulation. Even half will be enough. And, is there anyone here who can help me to license or sell this technology to any prospective investor.
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