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Title: Damage mechanism analysis in wind turbine blade
Researcher: Selwin rajadurai J
Guide(s): Thanigaiyarasu G
Keywords: Damage mechanism
mechanical engineering
wind turbine blade
Upload Date: 17-Nov-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/12/2008
Abstract: Wind powered ships grain mills water pumps and threshing newlinemachines all exemplify that extraction of power from wind is an ancient newlineendeavor With the evolution of mechanical insight and technology machines newlinewere developed to extract the power from wind efficiently Wind turbine is newlinenow being used as a generic term for machines with rotating blades that newlineconvert the kinetic energy of wind into useful power Moreover current newlinetrends driven by the operating regime and the market environment involve newlinedevelopment of lowcost megawattscale turbines and lightweight turbine newlineconcepts Utilization of renewable wind energy in India increases in many newlinefolds from the last decade of 20th Century newline newline
Pagination: xlii, 290p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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