aerogenerator


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aerogenerator

(ˈɛərəʊˌdʒɛnəreɪtə)
n
a generator that is driven by winds
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Noun1.aerogenerator - generator that extracts usable energy from windsaerogenerator - generator that extracts usable energy from winds
vane, blade - flat surface that rotates and pushes against air or water
generator - engine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy by electromagnetic induction
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OR) Authorized suppliers / vendor approved by the above original aerogenerator manufacturers.
Elsewhere of note, Project NOVA (Novel Offshore Vertical Axis), a public/private UK consortium, is testing a 50-KW (kilowatt) vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) demonstrator, the Aerogenerator X, built by Wind Power Ltd.
The vision for the Novel Offshore Vertical Axis (Nova) demonstrator was to assess the feasibility of a vertical-winged wind turbine--an Aerogenerator turbine--compared to conventional horizontal-axis turbines.
The Aerogenerator X is a new 10 MW wind turbine designed for off-shore use combining the best of horizontal axis and vertical axis designs.
The Aerogenerator, which is able to harness wind energy from all directions, is being developed at NaREC in Blyth.
The two-bladed turbine is being engineered by Aerogenerator at the New and Renewable Energy Centre (NaREC) in Blyth.
Denmark, the first country to use aerogenerator systems, has decided to install ever larger and more powerful wind farms further out at sea than ever previously attempted.
British company Wind Power Limited has unveiled its new offshore wind generator, the 10MW Aerogenerator X, with twice the power and half the weight of Wind Power s original Aerogenerator design.
Developed by renewables firm Wind Power, the Nova aerogenerator wind turbine is based on a pair of giant V-shaped composite wings that will be scaled up to 120m high and rotate around a central axis to create power.
The Aerogenerator Project, from Blyth, which designed a new wind turbine on a horizontal axis, won the Shell Springboard Prize.
This work is alongside a pioneering new vertical axis wind turbine called the Aerogenerator, which sits much lower to the ground than a conventional turbine and can be used in offshore wind farms.