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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. Zond Energy Systems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 24, 2000: US06137187 (117 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. Zond Energy Systems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 16, 2002: US06420795 (86 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 15, 2005: US06856039 (68 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 22, 2006: US07095131 (63 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, January 25, 2005: US06847128 (54 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orient ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 29, 2003: US06600240 (53 worldwide citation)

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile and method of spin tuning. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, March 28, 1989: US04815682 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle velocity is imparted to ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, February 20, 1990: US04901646 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized discarding sabot projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle veloci ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 21, 2004: US20040207208-A1

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...


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Amir S Mikhail, Craig L Christenson, Kevin L Cousineau, William L Erdman, William E Holley: Variable speed wind turbine generator. Michael J Mallie, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 20, 2004: US20040094964-A1

A variable speed system for use in systems, such as, for example, wind turbines, is described. The system comprises a wound rotor induction generator, a torque controller and a proportional, integral derivative (PID) pitch controller. The torque controller controls generator torque using field orien ...



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