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Pivoting perch for flying wind turbine parking

09/15/16 - 20160264260 - An airborne wind turbine system is provided including an aerial vehicle having a fuselage, an electrically conductive tether having a first end secured to the aerial vehicle and a second end secured to a rotatable drum positioned on a tower onto which the tether is wrapped when the aerial vehicle
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann, Damon Vander Lind, Maaike Louis Evers, Michael Simonian

Methods and systems for determining a priority sequence for changing a position or an attitude of an aircraft in hover flight

01/14/16 - 20160011600 - An example method may include receiving data representing an initial position and an initial attitude of an aircraft. The method further includes determining a change to a first attribute and a second attribute of the position or the attitude of the aircraft to achieve a subsequent position and a subsequent
Inventors: Erik Christopher Chubb, Damon Vander Lind, Brian Hachtmann

Enhanced accuracy for tracking tethered airborne vehicles

01/07/16 - 20160005159 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. The aerial vehicle may be tethered to a
Inventors: Kurt Hallamask, Brian Hachtmann, Rob Nelson, Corwin Hardham, Kenny Jensen, Elias Wolfgang Patten

Tether winding

01/07/16 - 20160002013 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path, such as a substantially circular path, to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. In an
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann, Damon Vander Lind

Systems and methods for controlling rotation and twist of a tether

12/31/15 - 20150375874 - A system may include a tether, a slip ring, a tether gimbal assembly, a drive mechanism, a control system. The tether may include a distal tether end coupled to an aerial vehicle, a proximate tether end, and at least one insulated electrical conductor coupled to the aerial vehicle. The slip
Inventors: Elias Wolfgang Patten, Damon Vander Lind, Bryan Christopher Gilroysmith, Brian Hachtmann

Drive mechanisms for use in controlling rotation and twist of a tether

12/31/15 - 20150375873 - A system may include a tether, a tether gimbal assembly, a drive mechanism, and a control system. The tether may include a distal end, a proximate end, and at least one conductor. The tether gimbal assembly may be connected to the tether. The drive mechanism may be coupled to the
Inventors: Bryan Christopher Gilroysmith, Brian Hachtmann, Elias Wolfgang Patten, Damon Vander Lind

Biased compound radial plain bearing for increased life in oscillating pivot motion

08/20/15 - 20150233419 - Exemplary embodiments disclosed herein include bearings with three races: an inner race, a shared race, and an outer race that exhibit increased life under oscillatory loads. The exemplary embodiments may include one or more directional biasing mechanisms configured such that when a bearing shaft rotates in one direction, the shared
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann

Systems and apparatus for cable management

06/25/15 - 20150180186 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. The aerial vehicle may be tethered to a
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Systems and apparatus for winch drum mechanism

06/25/15 - 20150175277 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. The aerial vehicle may be tethered to a
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann

Ground station with shuttled drum for tethered aerial vehicles

06/11/15 - 20150158600 - A system may include an aerial vehicle, a perch platform configured to receive the aerial vehicle, and a ground station coupled to the aerial vehicle via a tether. The ground station may include a winch including a winch drum configured to move laterally and spin in a manner such that
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann, Damon Vander Lind

Systems and apparatus for tether termination mount for tethered aerial vehicles

06/11/15 - 20150158586 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. The aerial vehicle may be tethered to a
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann, Corwin Hardham, Damon Vander Lind, Rob Nelson

Systems and apparatus for tether termination mount for tethered aerial vehicles

06/11/15 - 20150158585 - Wind energy systems, such as an Airborne Wind Turbine (“AWT”), may be used to facilitate conversion of kinetic energy to electrical energy. An AWT may include an aerial vehicle that flies in a path to convert kinetic wind energy to electrical energy. The aerial vehicle may be tethered to a
Inventors: Brian Hachtmann, Corwin Hardham, Damon Vander Lind, Rob Nelson


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