By Preben Maegaard, Anna Krenz, Wolfgang Palz
This publication sheds gentle on how the fashionable 3-bladed wind turbine got here into being, and who, how and what within the continuing interval prompted the luck. It seems again over 3 a long time to discover the roots of this intriguing improvement, a protracted cavalcade of builders, inventors, and brands together with the Danish authors who themselves have been a part of the step forward. Written for non-specialists, the e-book covers minimum technology, emphasizing the tale of the way wind energy turned a global 30-billion-euro company applying approximately 1000000 people.
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The problem is: where do we get the energy to produce the hydrogen? Do we use the declining supplies of non-renewable sources like natural gas, coal and nuclear power? That is certainly not a sustainable policy. Should we use the limited sources of renewable energy such as wind and solar? Firstly, that would mean diverting them from other more critical uses, and secondly, there is simply not enough energy available from these sources in the intermediate term. And besides, what is available is expensive.
This book describes how the combination of J. Juul’s principles (heavy, upwind, 3-bladed, asynchronous generator, stall-regulated) with Ulrich Hütter’s/Tvind’s advanced blade fibreglass design and root assembly resulted in the winning wind turbine concept, called the Danish Concept. A hybrid of J. Juul’s turbine with U. Hütter’s blades is “the Danish Concept”. xxix xxx Introduction Timeline of the development of modern wind power. , commercialised the concept. During the Californian wind rush from 1983, small workshops became regular factories with series production.
Below I will address some developments from my personal point of view; developments in the areas of wind turbine systems and applications in a framework which is determined by advances in science and technology, market development, integration requirements and policy. Wind Power for the World: The Rise of Modern Wind Energy Edited by Preben Maegaard, Anna Krenz and Wolfgang Palz Copyright © 2013 Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd. com 14 Forty Years of Wind Energy Development In the late sixties of the previous century a broad loosely organised political movement arose that among others strongly criticised the limitless consumption of resources by the rich industrialised nations.
Wind power for the world: the rise of modern wind energy by Preben Maegaard, Anna Krenz, Wolfgang Palz