Divided Blade Rotor
The next generation propeller blade


How it all started:
The common house fly (musca domestica) has inspired Mr. Mahmood Hussain to create a unique propeller blade that mimics the design and functionality of its wing. His hope is that this newly designed shape would be utilized in propellers for multiple industry applications - for proven characteristics such as energy savings, enhanced efficiency, and increased effectiveness.


Unique Design
Although the shape might look sophisticated, production cost  can be kept at a minimum. We can consider the blade being made of a A-shaped truss. Considering welding/connecting areas, this shape makes the blade extremely strong and immune to bending. At the same time the blade is very thin and light-weight. The unique patented design reduces any flutter and harmonic vibration to an absolute minimum, resulting in further reduction of drag.  In fluids, a reduction of cavitation and lower acoustic noise can be observed – resulting in higher and efficient output.

We consider the Divided Blade Rotor design to become the new standard in all types propellers, impellers and fans.
Air - Propeller
Possibilities for 'moving and using air' with the Divided Blade Rotor:

Commercial appliances

  • cooling in the automotive industry (radiators, other ...)
  • compressor blades for jet turbines
  • propellers for aircraft
  • air-conditioning
  • wind-, water turbines
  • etc.
Domesic appliances
  • ceiling / desk-top fans
  • hair dryers
  • etc.
The divided blade rotor can basically be used in any application that requires to either move air, use air as propulsion, passively use air to extract energy from its movement, or in other applications.
Advantages:
Depending on the application and exposed RPM’s, the divided blade rotor is up to 20% more efficient over a conventional blade. Among others, the advantages are:

  • higher output / efficiency
  • energy saving
  • reduction in operational cost
  • positive influence of the environment
  • less noise / silent running
  • etc.
Water - Propeller
Possibilities for using the blade in/under water:

In commercial appliances

  • propellers for boats and ship
  • water generators
  • marine-(tow) generators
  • etc.
Advantages
Depending on the application and exposed RPM’s, the divided blade rotor may be up to 20% more efficient over a conventional blade. Among others, the advantages are:

  • higher output / more thrust
  • energy saving
  • efficiency improvement
  • reduction in operational cost
  • lower cavitation / silent (lower harmonic vibrations)
  • positive influence of the environment
  • etc.
Considering the above mentioned facts, it will only be a matter of time, before this new technology will replace the traditional known rotor blade. In today’s world, efficiency and the consideration to conserve natural resources, becomes a vital factor.
 
Please feel free to contact us in finding out on how to implement our technology in your products.
Contact


Mark Rosendahl
mail:  mark@horizonwaves.com  (info, sales, production)

Mahmood H. Hussain
mail:  mhmod008@yahoo.com   (inventor / patent owner)

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