The wave/Air Displacement Generator capitalizes wave crests through dynamic movement to create displacement of air in water in a confined container fitted with a small outlet, creating a stream of air with enough velocity to propel a mini propeller/ turbine. It can also rotate a mini motor to generate an electrical energy of up to 12 volts. Applying the basic principles of Bernoulli???s Continuity Flow Conservation of Mass a confined system, the mass that enters the system must also exit the system at the same time. Flow rate = Q = Area x Velocity
R1A1V1 (mass inflow rate) = r2A2V2 (mass outflow rate)
Where r is the density of the fluid. (In this case is density of air)
If the fluid at both points is the same, then the density drops out, and you get the continuity equation: A1V1 = A2V2
Therefore if A2 < A1 then V2 > V1
Thus air exiting a nozzle has a higher velocity.