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  Discussion on harvesting energy from wind, wave and storm

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My idea of a device for harvesting energy from wind, waves and especially storms is introduced in the manuscript below.

If used in reality, this device will harvest significant amounts of energy from wind, waves and storms. This not only solved the problem of energy scarcity but also mitigated the devastation of the storm to humans.

Because this is an engineering approach, I am very interested in your opinions on two issues:

1, Is the operating principle of the model in this manuscript correct?

2, Can this model work in reality (under heavy storm conditions)?

Here is the URL of the manuscript:

https://www.academia.edu/37987628/An_engineering_approach_for_harvesting_energy_from_wind_wave_and_storm

asked Dec 16, 2018 in Chat by Viet Duc Nguyen (0 points) [ revision history ]
edited Dec 17, 2018 by Viet Duc Nguyen

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