The documents attached earlier comprise what is readily available at present.
Work on the Waters Turbine is expected to resume in the next few months. Since it is aimed at commercialization, additional tests will be part of the program.
New prototypes will be developed with the goal of market entry next year. All the materials from earlier tests will be reviewed.
Beta production will provide important feedback data.
Surely there is a Waters Turbine that has already been made? I saw a picture:
Before 'new' prototypes are made, surely the one(s) already in existence can be tested!
The nice thing is that testing is straight forward. Wind speed and electrical power output are measured. Done.
If the original design doesn't come close to being exceptional, why bother with new prototypes.
If it *is* exceptional, then surely the windspeed at the point of entering the turbine will be found to be greatly enhanced, perhaps by air entrainment in a tornado type of vortex entering the turbine. But these are just imaginings, a vane (pun intended) substitute to a simple working prototype!