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Tesla Turbine Concept

After extensive researches on the current wind technologies our conclusion was that these technologies face overwhelming problems for their installation in urban areas.

Extending our researches to find efficient turbines, a long forgotten remarkable technology caught our attention: the bladeless steam turbine produced in 1913 by Nikola Tesla. Rather than using blades and friction, the Tesla Turbine uses parallel, closely spaced disks that are set in rotation by the adherence of the fluid on the disks surface, steam or oil in Tesla experiments. In the Tesla design, the disks were enclosed in a volute casing and the fluid was projected with very high pressure on the tangent of the disks. The Tesla turbine is recognized for its high efficiency and its robustness.


Tesla turbine, on Wikipedia

Tesla turbine, on PESWiki




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