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Electrical energy from wind energy - Influence of wind speed, wind direction and load

Electrical energy from wind energy - Influence of wind speed, wind direction and load

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Wind turbines convert the energy that is contained in the wind into electrical energy. Driven by the wind, the rotors rotate, thereby driving a generator. This generator, which is located inside the rotor cabin, converts the mechanical energy into electrical energy. The aim of this experiment is to examine how a wind turbine behaves at different wind speeds, loads, and wind directions, and how these changes affect the electric power.

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95051_02.pdf Experiment guide, English 3.38 MB