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Urbolienne windmill

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Urbolienne windmill

Basic Data

Category: Wind turbines

URL (first publication): https://www.makery.info/2015/01/19/urbolienne-une-nouvelle-eolienne-open-source-en-ville/

Keywords: wind, power, windmill, eolic, energy, renewable, aeroseed, turbine, domestic

License: TARP Open Hardware License

Organization: Energinov

Project status: Active

Translation status: 1-Without Translation

Technical documentation

Maturity of the project: prototype


Contains PDF-drawings: Yes

Assembly instructions are published: No

Bill of materials is published: No

Contributing guide is published: No

Mechanical hardware

Contains original mechanical hardware: Yes

CAD Format:

License for mechanical hardware: TARP Open Hardware License

Electronic hardware

Contains original electronic hardware: No







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yes yes



Other

Contains original software: No




Technology Readyness Level TRL: 2






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Description

The Urbolienne, a prototype micro-wind turbine developed by the French design office Aeroseed, generates energy on sites where the wind is irregular and often changes direction, which is the case in cities. An innovation that changes the game. Unlike solar energy, which has long since colonized private homes, domestic wind turbines are often shunned because of their high cost, lack of profitability and irregular energy production during random, systematic winds in urban areas.

The urbolienne's 2D drawings and 3D models are made available under the terms of the TAPR Open Hardware License (http://tapr.org/ohl).

Technical documentation

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