Innovation in Wind Turbine Design
John Wiley & Sons, 07.07.2011 - 320 Seiten
Innovation in Wind Turbine Design addresses the fundamentals of design, the reasons behind design choices, and describes the methodology for evaluating innovative systems and components. Always referencing a state of the art system for comparison, Jamieson discusses the basics of wind turbine theory and design, as well as how to apply existing engineering knowledge to further advance the technology, enabling the reader to gain a thorough understanding of current technology before assessing where it can go in the future.
Innovation in Wind Turbine Design is divided into four main sections covering design background, technology evaluation, design themes and innovative technology examples:
This groundbreaking synopsis of the state of the art in wind turbine design is must-have reading for professional wind engineers, power engineers and turbine designers, as well as consultants, researchers and academics working in renewable energy.
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Rotor Aerodynamic Theory
Rotor Aerodynamic Design
Rotor Structural Interactions
Upscaling of Wind Turbine Systems
Wind Energy Conversion Concepts
Pitch versus Stall
HAWT or VAWT?
Multi Rotor Systems
Design Themes Summary
The Gamesa G10X Drive Train
The Norsetek Rotor Design
Offshore Wind Turbines
Technology Trends Summary
Cost of Energy
Optimum Blade Number
Stall Induced Vibrations
Magnetic Gearing and PseudoDirect Drive
Summary and Concluding Comments