throughout Europe, relatively big metallic formations with three
rotor blades can be found as wind turbines, although the windmills
of the past had four blades and in other places even more rotor
blades are common. Every design has its own individual advantages
and can be regarded as suitable under the respective conditions.
The aim of this experiment is study as to how the number of rotor
blades affects the power of the wind turbine. For this purpose, two
measurement series are recorded with different numbers of blades.
In addition, the distance between the blower and the rotor blades
is also varied in order to obtain a comparison of different wind
- Part of a system solution - Easily expandable for further experiments
- easy teaching by using the demo board for demonstration
- Simplified implementation: all pre-settings already prepared