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Yasuo Yoshida, Hiroshi Jimbo, Takatoshi Egami, Yoshihito Hirano, Toshiyuki Ando, Hitoshi Nakayama: Wind power generation system. Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki Kaisha, Leydig Voit & Mayer, September 20, 2005: US06946751 (41 worldwide citation)

A wind power generation system capable of outputting generated power at high efficiency with a smoothed output power includes a wind power generator and a laser aerovane mounted on the wind power generator or located near the wind power generator. Direction and velocity of wind blowing toward the wi ...


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Gaylord G Olson: Wind drive apparatus for an aerial wind power generation system. Ancel W Lewis Jr, October 2, 2007: US07275719 (37 worldwide citation)

Wind driven apparatus for an aerial power generation system include driven elements and controls. The driven elements are configured and shaped to provide maximum force from both lift and drag during the downwind phase of operation and minimum force during the upwind phase. The driven elements have ...


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Harry R McConachy: Efficient high tower wind generating system. Laurence R Brown, January 26, 1993: US05182458 (36 worldwide citation)

A more efficient wind power generation system is afforded by extending tower heights to several hundred meters to operate wind catching rotors and generators aligned with the wind direction at various levels along the tower. With multiple vertically cascaded wind generators and higher velocity winds ...


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Hisakazu Uchiyama: Wind power generation system, arrangement of permanent magnets, and electrical power-mechanical force converter. Shiro Kinpara, Browdy and Neimark, August 26, 2008: US07417334 (32 worldwide citation)

A wind power generation system 10 comprising a frame, an impeller 12 rotatably supported by the frame, plural permanent magnets 31 aligned at equal intervals from the rotation center, and coils 32 aligned annularly on the frame. The relative motion of the permanent magnets 31 and the coils 32 in clo ...


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H Reginald McConachy: High tower wind generating system. Laurence R Brown, November 5, 1991: US05062765 (30 worldwide citation)

A more efficient wind power generation system is afforded by extending tower heights to several hundred meters to operate wind catching rotors and generators aligned with the wind direction at various levels along the tower. With multiple vertically cascaded wind generators and higher velocity winds ...


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Houng Joong Kim, Shigeta Ueda: Wind power generation system. Hitachi, Crowell & Moring, April 1, 2003: US06541877 (30 worldwide citation)

The object of the present invention is to provide a wind power generation system characterized by simplified field weakening of the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet of a shaft generator and a speed change control over an extensive range.


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Harry R McConachy: Efficient high tower wind generating system. Laurence R Brown, September 8, 1992: US05146096 (25 worldwide citation)

A more efficient wind power generation system is afforded by extending tower heights to several hundred meters to operate wind catching rotors and generators aligned with the wind direction at various levels along the tower. With multiple vertically cascaded wind generators and higher velocity winds ...


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Shinya Oohara, Masaya Ichinose, Motoo Futami, Tadashi Sodeyama: Wind power generation system and operating method thereof. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, August 4, 2009: US07569944 (25 worldwide citation)

A wind power generation system wherein procedure for controlling the blade pitch is changed in accordance with the rate of decrease in the amplitude of the grid voltage, and when over current occurs in the grid-side power converter, the grid-side power converter is brought into the gate-blocked cond ...


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Hee Sang Ko, Yun Tae Kang: Apparatus and system for pitch angle control of wind turbine. Samsung Heavy, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 16, 2010: US07679208 (18 worldwide citation)

A pitch control apparatus for controlling the pitch value for a wind power generation system includes a generator comparing unit that calculates an error signal based on a difference between a generator measurement signal corresponding with an operation of the power generation system and a generator ...


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Yoshida Yasuo, Jimbo Hiroshi, Egami Takatoshi, Hirano Yoshihito, Ando Toshiyuki, Nakayama Hiroshi: Wind turbine with laser apparatus for measuring the wind velocity. Mitsubishi Electric, September 22, 2004: EP1460266-A2 (17 worldwide citation)

A wind power generation system capable of outputting a generated power at high efficiency and smoothing output power includes a wind power generator and a laser aerovane mounted on the wind power generator or arranged near the wind power generator. Direction and velocity of a wind blowing toward the ...