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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

To optimise wind turbines and entire wind farms and extend their lifetime, new technologies and control techniques are being investigated at the University of Oldenburg, Germany, as part of the Center for Wind Energy Research (ForWind). On the cover you see the experimental set-up for visualising the flow around a rotating blade of the model wind turbine. On page 6 you can read more about their research.

Publisher's Note

Wind power capacity worldwide reaches 600GW in 2018


A Large Turbulent Wind Tunnel
By Dr Gerd Gülker, Dr Michael Hölling and Dr Vlaho Petrović, ForWind, Germany

Icing on Drones and Wind Turbines
By Richard Hann, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Related To Ultra-Long Wind Turbine Blades
By John Korsgaard, LM Wind Power, Denmark

Acoustic Impact Studies of Wind Farms
By Alice Elizabeth González, Pablo Gianoli Kovar and Luciana Olazábal Barrios, Uruguay

Windtech Future

Wind Energy Industry Research and Development Spending to Top US$ 36.9 billion by 2028
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelSor, USA

View from Inside

Hope is Not a Plan
By Pierre Tardieu, Chief Policy Officer, WindEurope, Belgium


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


Cover WTI March 2019 

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