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The patent-pending turbine for wind and water, invented by Phi Tran, employs lift on the leeward edge, harnessing the turbulence that usually impedes efficiency. The price point is expected to be better than fossil-fuel-generated electricity, even in low wind areas, making it ideal for city/urban roof top and back yard settings.


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Phenomenal Results

On June 1, 2007, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Robert A. Nelson of wrote:

This concept was applied in various ways to some experimental airplane designs in the 1920s & 30s with phenomenal results: land on a rooftop, heavy load , self-stabilizing, etc. And now aero-/hydro-electric. Hmmm... Incorporate phi, Schauberger, hemp, etc.

On June 2 Sterling D. Allan Says:"It cculd be the backbone design to any such . . new generation of wind and hydro turbine design."

Brian Leonard Says: on June 4th, 2007 at 1:29 pm (

Great ideas. I’d be interested in seeing if there is a way to continue the development of this type of concept without being a destructive ecological presence. Perhaps there is a way to harness just a portion of the water speed, keeping the location of the actual turbine elements stationed in specific locations where animal and plant life would be unaffected (which wouldn’t be too hard to find in high speed current locations).

As an architect and environmental designer, we’re seeing a very large push for “sustainable? resources that can be encorporated into the local development (as opposed to a specific site somewhere in the mountains taht requires the energy be transported to the public somewhere else). It seems to me that this concept is already very close to being a capable candidate for a “sustainable? solution.

Not sure about everyone’s interest level on this subject, but I personally feel it’s worth investigating!

Scott Griffin (Harvard Business School) says:

Your invention could make a great difference to a lot of people. I am sure you know, but poor people around the world often pay more for their energy than those in the US.

Good for ships?

I suppose this thing can be shaped so that it becomes cylindrical when closed. A ship with such a device could sail efficiently using the Magnus effect from this rotating cylinder. And when the ship isn't sailing, it can open up the cylinder to get a wind turbine. --OlavN 00:48, 31 March 2009 (PDT)

See also

Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines


Directory:River Energy


Directory:Tidal Power

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