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Old 03-02-22, 04:30 AM   #1
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Default Power from turbulent wind

Has anyone come across a design for a generator which takes advantage of turbulent wind? What I have been told generally is that low level turbines don't work well because they rely on the air not being turbulent. Looking out of a window in my home I see a tree with limbs moving around in the wind. Could it be that these could be rigged up to coils with magnets in them so generating power that way? Maybe something such as a Joule thief and some regulator circuit could be used to keep the output voltage more even. Just something to perhaps examine.

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