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"In plasma wind driven generators, the wind blows through suitably oriented arrays of electrodes, transports charged particles against an electrical potential gradient, and thereby generates electrical power directly without moving parts. Significant progress has been made in accomplishing major research objectives. During the year, the effort was directed toward the achievement of three milestones; namely: development of a laboratory method for the production of an adequate supply of suitably low mobility charged droplets for the testing of generator performance; experimental verification of generator performance theory; and development of methods for practical production of charged droplets." (Wattendorf et al, 1979)

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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