IWinds Air Intake Generators
The Freiezo Vertical Axis Wind Turbines
Pictured are the prototypes of the Freiezo Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWT).The focus of this proposal is the little unit on the far right. It is the plastic prototype used in the wind tunnel tests at St. Louis University’s testing laboratory.
Usually the VAWT is utilized in the vertical or upright position as shown in the picture to the left.
But let’s consider the VAWT being at different angles as the horizontal position on the left.
The next step is to attach air intake venting to the wind turbine to “scoop up” or "siphon off" the air as the unit is moving.
Top view of the wind turbine and air intake venting.
Side view of the wind turbine and air intake venting.
Shown left is an example of how these Air Intake Generators might be utilized on a semi tractor trailer in these concept drawings.
Air Dam or Airfoil on Automobile
Attach an underbody air dam or airfoil containing the AIGs to the front of an automobile.
Spoiler or Deflector on Automobile
Attach a spoiler or deflector containing AIGs to the rear of an automobile.
Internal Grill Mounted on Automobile
Attach AIGs behind the grill and underneath the radiator of an automobile.
While the Air Intake Generator System may not provide complete charging to Electric and Hybrid Vehicles they will provide additional mileage between charges to increase the range of the electric and hybrid vehicles.
Advantages of the Air Intake Generators:
- Increases range of EVs between charges.
- Easy to install and attach.
- Economically viable.
- Environmentally friendly.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Concept Design Drawing of the Large Truck Mounted Air Intake Generators
Concept Drawing: Large Truck Mounted Air Intake Generator (Side View)
Concept Drawing: Large Truck Mounted Air Intake Generator (Top View)