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Torolf Pettersen, Anders Wickstrom, Mikael Lindberg: Windmill. Scan Wind Group, Dennison Schultz Dougherty & MacDonald, June 28, 2005: US06911741 (59 worldwide citation)

Wind power plant with a wind turbine with a turbine shaft with which a generator shaft, which can be an extension of the turbine shaft, is connected to the rotor (12) of an electric generator. The rotor is radially surrounded by a stator, the turbine shaft is journalled in two bearing housings with ...


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Roland Weitkamp: Wind turbine having sensor elements mounted on rotor blades. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 6, 2005: US06940186 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a wind power plant with a tower, a rotor having at least one rotor blade being substantially radially distant with respect to a rotor axis and being rotatably supported with respect to a substantially horizontal rotation axis in a portion at the top of said tower, preferably ...


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Alfred Schoo, Arno Klein Hitpass: Windmill. A Friedr Flender, Max Fogiel, May 15, 2001: US06232673 (49 worldwide citation)

A wind-power plant with a rotor. The rotor's hub is accommodated in a roller bearing. The roller bearing is mounted on a support and connected to a planetary gear. The planetary gear comprises two stages, specifically an input stage and an output stage. The planetary gear's output shaft is ...


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Vu Xuan Minh: Wind power plant with an integrated acceleration system. November 9, 1999: US05982046 (37 worldwide citation)

A wind power plant comprises a wind acceleration system having an accelerating wind means for acceleration of an incoming prevailing wind and a plurality of turbine chambers each of which is a closable outlet passage of the accelerating wind means and closed-off by a controlled closing-off means. Th ...


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Weitkamp Roland: Sensing of loads on wind turbine blades. Gen Electric, November 5, 2003: EP1359321-A1 (34 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a wind power plant with a tower, a rotor having at least one rotor blade being substantially radially distant with respect to a rotor axis and being rotatably supported with respect to a substantially horizontal rotation axis in a portion at the top of said tower, preferably ...


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Klinger Friedrich Prof Dr Ing: Nacelle on a wind turbine mast. Klinger Friedrich Prof Dr Ing, October 19, 2005: EP1586769-A2 (34 worldwide citation)

The tower head of a wind power plant has a generator driven through the rotor of the plant without the interposing of a transmission, and units for the directing of a cooling medium flow extracting waste heat from the generator. The stator packet (12) of the generator has one or more passages guidin ...


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Andreas Bücker, Wilhelm Janssen, Henning Lütze: Method for operating a wind power plant and method for operating it. General Electric Company, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, January 22, 2008: US07321221 (33 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a wind turbine, wherein the wind turbine may include rotor windings of an induction generator, which includes stator coils coupled to a voltage grid, fed with rotor currents by a feed-in unit are driven by a rotor of the wind turbine; wherein the frequencies of the fed-in rotor ...


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Martin Tilscher, Andreas Basteck: Control system for a wind power plant with hydrodynamic gear. Voith Turbo & Co KG, Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero & Perle L, July 25, 2006: US07081689 (32 worldwide citation)

A wind power plant connectable to an electric grid is provided that has at least three control levels. A controller controls an angular position of the rotor blades and/or controls a setting of the reaction member of the hydrodynamic speed transformer and/or controls the power electronics of the gen ...


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Alfred Schoo: Drive for a windmill. Winergy, Max Fogiel, October 1, 2002: US06459165 (32 worldwide citation)

Transmission for a wind-power plant with blades (