Vetar is a novel, internationally patented device for wind energy exploitation. It is characterized by two double contra-rotating rotors encased in specially constructed housing duct. This unique blend of technologies gives it unparalleled advantages over any other conventional wind turbines today.
It is highlighted with 3 following major advances:
Vetar turbine works by tricking air into going faster and then using that acceleration to create energy at the most efficient way. It is determined by three basic features:
- Highly advanced aerodynamics
- Pressure game
- Highly efficient double rotors
In other words, ducted part of the turbine is creating ring like area of high pressure around the turbine, leaving area of lower pressure behind. This works as a funnel sucking air into the turbine. Having in mind that at low speed air is incompressible, it accelerates.
This accelerated air is then used by two contra-rotating rotors which additionally accelerate each other making turbine even more efficient.
How much more efficient? Up to 5 times compared to traditional HAWTs
Urban wind turbine market is maybe one of the most underserved markets out there.
The biggest reason for this is rural nature of regular wind turbines. In other words these turbines are not designed for application in urban areas. In order to produce significant power output in conditions of low and medium winds these turbines need to have large rotors.
And large rotors require lots of space, not to mention safety concerns.
None of these is the issue with Vetar wind turbine. It makes a lot of power and does so at medium and high winds. But most importantly it does not make a lot of noise and is much safer to the urban environment.
It can be mounted at lighting poles, building roofs or even at the lawn in front of your house.
All these features make Vetar an ideal solution for urban power applications.
But this is not all.
Beside being a power device this is a piece of modern art as well.