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Large Wind Turbines. Design and Economics - Herman Snel

PRIX: GRATUIT
FORMAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
DATE DE SORTIE: 01/01/2000
TAILLE DU FICHIER: 12,80
ISBN: 0-471-49456-9
LANGUE: FRANÇAIS
AUTEUR: Herman Snel

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In light of the extensive debate surrounding the economics of scale of wind turbines, this timely work examines the engineering implications of developing lightweight compliant designs.Through the development of a unique modelling approach, the authors quantify the weight and cost of a diverse range of design solutions, enabling systematic quantitative comparisons to be made for the first time.

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