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Wind-power plant

Abstract

The invention is concerned with a wind-power plant whose rotor axis is pivoted in the supporting structure and swingable around an axis of tilt, forming an angle with the rotor axis and the vertical axis, and allowing precession of the rotor. On changes of wind direction an electric positioning device is moving the rotor axis into the new direction in such a way that no precession forces are exerted on the supporting structure and this one may very easily be held. Instead of one rotor, also a type with two coaxial, co-planar countercurrent rotors may be used. Each of the two countercurrent rotors is carrying a number of magnetic poles, distributed all over the circumference, acting together with the magnetic poles of the other rotor. At least the poles of one rotor have electric line windings being connected by leads with a collector so that the two rotors form the two parts of a power generator being each rotatable with respect to the other ('stator' and 'rotor').
Authors:
Publication Date:
Aug 26, 1976
Product Type:
Patent
Report Number:
DE 2506160; A
Reference Number:
ERA-02-034452; EDB-77-073097
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 8 figs. Available from Dt. Patentamt, Muenchen (FRG)
Subject:
17 WIND ENERGY; WIND TURBINES; DESIGN; CONSTRUCTION; ELECTRIC POWER; POWER PLANTS; WIND POWER; ENERGY SOURCES; POWER; RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; 170602* - Wind Energy Engineering- Turbine Design & Operation
OSTI ID:
7119547
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
Pages: 49
Announcement Date:
May 13, 2001

Citation Formats

Kling, A. Wind-power plant. Germany: N. p., 1976. Web.
Kling, A. Wind-power plant. Germany.
Kling, A. 1976. "Wind-power plant." Germany.
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title = {Wind-power plant}
author = {Kling, A}
abstractNote = {The invention is concerned with a wind-power plant whose rotor axis is pivoted in the supporting structure and swingable around an axis of tilt, forming an angle with the rotor axis and the vertical axis, and allowing precession of the rotor. On changes of wind direction an electric positioning device is moving the rotor axis into the new direction in such a way that no precession forces are exerted on the supporting structure and this one may very easily be held. Instead of one rotor, also a type with two coaxial, co-planar countercurrent rotors may be used. Each of the two countercurrent rotors is carrying a number of magnetic poles, distributed all over the circumference, acting together with the magnetic poles of the other rotor. At least the poles of one rotor have electric line windings being connected by leads with a collector so that the two rotors form the two parts of a power generator being each rotatable with respect to the other ('stator' and 'rotor').}
place = {Germany}
year = {1976}
month = {Aug}
}