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Llorente Gonzalez Jose Ignacio, Velez Oria Sergio: Wind turbine blade. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, October 12, 2005: EP1584817-A1 (34 worldwide citation)

A wind turbine blade, which is transversely subdivided into two or more independent modules (1-2) constituted of external aerodynamic cases or walls (4) and an internal longitudinal reinforcement structure (3). The modules are provided with connecting means located in coincidence with the end sectio ...


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Monitoring and data processing equipment for wind turbines and predictive maintenance system for wind power stations. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, May 18, 2005: EP1531376-A1 (19 worldwide citation)

A predictive maintenance system for wind parks, the wind park comprising a group of wind turbines (Ai), a communications network (RS) and a supervision and control system (ST). The predictive maintenance system comprises a monitoring and processing equipment (SMP) connected to the control system (PL ...


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Martinez de Lizarduy Romo Jose, Llorente Gonzalez Jose Ignacio: Active power regulating system of a wind farm. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, September 7, 2005: EP1571746-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

An active power regulation process and system of a wind farm comprising an array of aerogenerators (Al), a communications network (RS), and a monitoring and control system (ST). The system of the invention comprises: means for connecting to said monitoring and control system (ST), means for receivin ...


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Jose Ignacio Llorente Gonzalez, Jesus Zaldua Lasa: Wind turbine with detachable crane and auxiliary boom and crane assembly procedure. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, July 5, 2006: EP1677007-A2 (14 worldwide citation)

Wind turbine with a detachable, articulated boom-type crane which is anchored at the end (99) of the frame (97) close to the rotor (94) and its boom (86) is sized to be able to cover the entire surface of the nacelle, the crane support (50) includes a turning device to allow for movements of this ty ...


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Llorente Gonzalez Jose Ignacio, Gonzalez Posada Martinez Franc: Wind turbine yawing system and yawing process. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, September 7, 2005: EP1571334-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

A yawing system for a wind turbine, the wind turbine comprising a tower fixed to the ground and a frame (1) housing an electric power generator, the tower and the frame (1) being joined by the yawing system which allows the orientation of the frame (1) with respect to the tower according to the dire ...


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Control and protection of a doubly-fed induction generator system. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, January 19, 2005: EP1499009-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

A control system for a double-fed induction generator (DFIG) comprising a rotor (1) having rotor windings and a stator (2) having stator windings connectable to a grid for electric power distribution. The control system comprises a converter (170, 171), having a clamping unit comprising at least one ...


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Llorente Gonzalez Jose Ignacio, Urzelai Iribarren Gurutz: Test bench for wind turbines. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, August 17, 2005: EP1564405-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

A test bench for wind turbines, comprising a test bed (1) on which the assembly (6) to be tested is mounted, and load application means for applying loads on said assembly. The assembly (6) to be tested is mounted on the foundation through a cylindrical support (5), provided with an upper rotary fla ...


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Jose Ignacio Llorente Gonzalez, Jesus Zaldua Lasa: Wind turbine with detachable crane. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, July 5, 2006: EP1677006-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

Wind turbine with detachable crane. Wind turbine with two anchoring places for a detachable, articulated boom-type crane, which allows from an initial securing point to provide maintenance service for the gearbox (30) and generator (31), and from the second securing point, to the rotor (42). At both ...


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Jose Ignacio Llorente Gonzalez, Jesus Zaldua Lasa: Procedure for removing the cover roof from a wind turbine. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, July 5, 2006: EP1677000-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The procedure for removing the cover roof from a wind turbine is based on the layout of several groups of guide rails anchored to the cover roof (4) and the nacelle (5). The guide rails anchored to the nacelle (5) are fixed (1) and the guide rails anchored to the cover roof (4) are moveable (2). The ...


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Jose Ignacio Llorente Gonzalez, Jesus Zaldua Lasa: System for removing the cover roof from a wind turbine. Gamesa Eolica Soc Uniperso, July 5, 2006: EP1677001-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

System for removing the cover roof from a wind turbine which includes the following steps: the assembly of an elevator and a boom on the rail beams of the frame forming the nacelle, the lifting of the cover roof, its lengthways movement and 90 DEG turn. In this position the roof is anchored to a boo ...