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3.2.1 Tubular steel towers
3.2.2 Lattice towers
3.3 Hub
3.4 Nacelle
3.5. BRAKING SYSTEM
3.5 Braking system
3.5.1 Aerodynamic brakes
3.5.2 Mechanical brakes
3.6 Yaw mechanism
3.7 Generator
3.7.1 Constant speed generators
3.7.1.1 Two generators
3.7.1.2 Pole changing generators
3.7.2 Variable speed generators
3.7.2.1 Variable slip generators
3.7.2.2 Optislip
3.7.2.3 Indirect grid connection
3.7.2.4 Direct drive system
3.7.2.5 High voltage direct drive system
3.8 Power control
3.8.1 Pitch controlled wind turbines
3.8.2 Stall controlled wind turbines
3.8.3 Active stall controlled wind turbines
3.8.4 Other control mechanisms
3.9 Gearbox
4.1 Suppliers
4.2 Trends
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Present wind turbine design codes
5.3 Wind field representation
5.4 Rotor aerodynamics
5.4.1 Actuator disc model
5.4.2 Blade element theory
5.5 Loads and structural stresses
5.5.1 Uniform and steady flow
5.5.2 Vertical wind shear and crosswinds
5.5.3 Tower interference
5.5.4 Wind turbulence and gusts
5.5.5 Gravitational, centrifugal and gyroscopic forces
5.5.5.1 Gravity loads
5.5.5.2 Centrifugal loads
5.5.5.3 Gyroscopic loads
6.1 Tower
6.2 Blades
6.3 Drive train and bedplate modelling
6.4 Integration method and tolerances
Program structure
7.1 SOLVIA
7.2 AERFORCE
7.2.1 Coordinate systems
7.3 SOSIS-W
7.4 Linking SOLVIA and AERFORCE together
7.4.2 Input file
7.4.3 Windgen subroutine
7.4.4 Conclusions
Numerical example
8.1 Alsvik turbine
8.2 FEM-model of the Alsvik turbine
8.2.1 Rotor
8.2.2 Tower
8.2.3 Bedplate
8.2.4 Drive train
8.2.5 Integration method and tolerances
8.3 Results obtained from the numerical simula-
8.3.1 Power curve
8.3.2 Alsvik turbine running at a constant speed of 12 m/s
8.3.4 Alsvik turbine running at turbulent wind speed
8.3.4.1 Case 1
8.3.4.2 Case 2
8.3.4.3 Case 3
8.3.4.4 Case 4
8.3.4.5 Case 5
8.3.4.6 Case 6
8.3.4.7 Case 7
8.3.4.8 Case 8
9.1 Conclusions
9.2 Future research
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Simulating Dynamical Behaviour of Wind Power Structures

Simulating Dynamical Behaviour of Wind Power Structures

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