Innovative Electronics Ideas | Latest Technology in Electronics,New Inventions in Electronics: Making an anemometer

## Monday, 14 November 2016

### Making an anemometer

Making an anemometer
The wind does not generally blow at a similar speed; now it is moderate, now quick and now quick. Anemometer is the gadget with which you can gauge the speed of the wind. Make one independent from anyone else.

Take two elastic balls and cut every ball into two parts. Paint the inward sides of the two parts in various hues with the goal that you can recognize them effectively from each other. Take two wooden strips, each 45 cm long and 2 cm thick. Alter the two parts of a ball on the two finishes of the strip with nails as appeared in the figure. Rehash a similar procedure on the other strip moreover.

At that point put one strip on the other so that the strips cross each other at 90 degrees edge with their focuses lying covered. Presently drive one long nail through them without exasperating their position so that the pointed end of the nail may extend out of the strip. Presently take another 60 cm long pillar and clasp it on with some other support. At that point make a gap of such measurement on the upper end of the strip that the pointed end of the oppositely determined nail on the wooden strip may effectively fit into it, leaving only a little part of the nail anticipating outside, as appeared in the figure. This is your anemometer.

Presently put your anemometer some place outside your home in the open, as on the top of your home, with the goal that it can rotate on its hub when the wind blows. In what capacity will you know the speed of the wind? Check the quantity of turns taken by any part of the ball down the middle a moment and gap that number by 3. The answer will give the surmised speed of the twist in the unit of km every hour. (On the off chance that you need to know the speed in miles every hour, then you will need to separate the quantity of turns by 5 rather than 3).