EP2297455A2 - Rotor blade for a wind power plant and wind power plant - Google PatentsRotor blade for a wind power plant and wind power plant
- Publication number
- EP2297455A2 EP2297455A2 EP20090757193 EP09757193A EP2297455A2 EP 2297455 A2 EP2297455 A2 EP 2297455A2 EP 20090757193 EP20090757193 EP 20090757193 EP 09757193 A EP09757193 A EP 09757193A EP 2297455 A2 EP2297455 A2 EP 2297455A2
- Grant status
- Patent type
- Prior art keywords
- Prior art date
- Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.)
- F—MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
- F03—MACHINES OR ENGINES FOR LIQUIDS; WIND, SPRING WEIGHT AND MISCELLANEOUS MOTORS; PRODUCING MECHANICAL POWER; OR A REACTIVE PROPULSIVE THRUST, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
- F03D—WIND MOTORS
- F03D1/00—Wind motors with rotation axis substantially in wind direction
- F03D1/065—Rotors characterised by their construction, i.e. structural design details
- F03D1/0675—Rotors characterised by their construction, i.e. structural design details of the blades
- F—MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
- F05—INDEXING SCHEMES RELATING TO ENGINES OR PUMPS IN VARIOUS SUBCLASSES OF CLASSES F01-F04
- F05B—INDEXING SCHEME RELATING TO MACHINES OR ENGINES OTHER THAN NON-POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT MACHINES OR ENGINES, TO WIND MOTORS, TO NON-POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS, AND TO GENERATING COMBUSTION PRODUCTS OF HIGH PRESSURE OR HIGH VELOCITY
- F05B2240/30—Characteristics of rotor blades, i.e. of any element transforming dynamic fluid energy to or from rotational energy and being attached to a rotor
- Y—GENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
- Y02—TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
- Y02E—REDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GASES [GHG] EMISSION, RELATED TO ENERGY GENERATION, TRANSMISSION OR DISTRIBUTION
- Y02E10/00—Energy generation through renewable energy sources
- Y02E10/70—Wind energy
- Y02E10/72—Wind turbines with rotation axis in wind direction
- Y02E10/721—Blades or rotors
Rotor blade for a wind turbine and wind turbine
The invention relates to a rotor blade for a wind power plant according to the preambles of claims 1 and 2 as well as a wind turbine with an inventive rotor blade according to the preamble of claim 23rd
State of the art:
In the face of steadily rising in recent decades, energy demand, increasingly scarce to meet this energy demand for primary raw materials as well as an increased awareness of environmentally sound energy renewable energy sources are attracting increasing interest of the public. In addition to the
Use of water power and solar power are considerable effort is to use wind power to generate energy.
For this purpose, known wind turbines consist of a tower, at the end of a rotor with radially oriented rotor blades is rotatably mounted. Impinging on the rotor blades of wind causes the rotor into a rotational movement, which drives a rotor coupled to the generator to generate electricity. By an appropriately aerodynamic design of the rotor blades, efforts in achieving a possible large efficiency, ie convert the inherent wind kinetic energy with minimal losses into electrical energy. An example of such a wind turbine is described in DE 103 00 284 A1.
It turns out to be a general problem is that wind turbines must meet several conditions simultaneously, the exclusive partially each other and which are variable depending in part upon other parameters. The reasons for this construction are caused in part, namely that due to the rotation of a rotor blade to occur in a plane perpendicular to the rotation axis over the length of the rotor blade depending on the respective radial distance to the rotational axis different circumferential speeds. are superimposed these different peripheral speeds of swaying prevailing wind conditions in nature, so that a rotor blade in operation is facing both highly fluctuating flow speeds and variable angles of attack. Other conditions are dictated by limits for noise emissions, as well as maximum dimensions for effecting transport. The design of a rotor blade, therefore, the trick is to get the different initial conditions and requirements in a design. Therefore, the design of a rotor blade is always the best possible compromise to all the requirements to be as far as possible meet.
The aerodynamic optimization of rotor blades in their outdoor area is well advanced. In contrast, the interior of a rotor blade of a further constraint is subjected to the considerably more difficult its optimization. As a result of the impinging on the rotor blades of the wind load is obtained in the direction of the connection region of the rotor blade to the rotor hub a rising exponential moment stress. The design of a rotor blade stress of these need to be considered in terms of construction, which in practice leads to a significant thickening of the aerodynamic profile in the blade root. At a certain thickness to depth ratio, these profiles are aerodynamically only partially effective, if not ineffective and therefore carry only a limited extent or not at all to the power output of the wind turbine. In addition, the trailing edge of conventional blades is often cut in the blade root area, which is principally affects the aerodynamic performance of the rotor blade and moved in the sequence of the aerodynamically active hub radius radially outward.
In order to better take advantage of the blade root area for energy, it is proposed in DE 103 19 246 A1 to provide a rotor blade in the root zone with extremely large sheet depths. In this way, the blade profile is aerodynamically improved so that the frequency of stalls decreases and thus losses are minimized. In addition, an additional income area for better utilization of wind energy is provided with the large blade depth in the area of the blade root. Also, a large blade chord in the blade root area corresponds to the optimum sheet better distribution of circulation, resulting in a lower induced power loss. The disadvantage of such a rotor blade is particularly evident in wind turbines with large rotor diameter. So be achieved with up to 8 m with rotor blades having a length of 50 m to 70 m sheet depths in the root area. Such blades are no longer suitable for transport on the road. It is therefore necessary to design such rotor blades in several parts with the attendant additional expense in the sheet production and the risks of aerodynamically problematic joint.
Finally, a wind turbine with a single leaf rotor is also known already through use. The only rotor blade of the system is attached via a flapping hinge on the rotor shaft. The torsion over its length rotor blade has a constant cross-section and thus has over its entire length constant aerodynamic properties. To the system to always operate in the stable region, a braking device for limiting the rotor speed is provided. The braking device provides a slat along the leading edge of the rotor blade, the centrifugal force-actuated upon exceeding a limit speed pivots about its longitudinal axis and changes the up to the rated load range aerodynamically skilled profile such that the air flow on the top surface is peeled off suddenly, thus generating braking power. To be able to generate the braking performance over all the length of the slat is about 75% of the length of the rotor blade. For shorter slats of the propulsion generated in the outer region of the rotor blade outweighs the counteracting braking performance in the inner region is provided so that only insufficient braking power. The slat of these wind turbines therefore comes exclusively to the function of an overload protection.
Summary of the Invention:
Against this background, the object of the invention is to increase wind power plants in their performance, in particular to provide a rotor blade for a wind turbine, which has improved efficiency over its entire interior, without taking the above-mentioned disadvantages. This object is achieved by a rotor blade having the features of claim 1 or 2 as well as a wind turbine made from it according to the features of patent claim 23rd
Advantageous embodiments emerge from the dependent claims.
The present invention breaks away from the ubiquitous in the prior art concept of optimizing a wind turbine aero dynamically by the profile of the rotor blade is modified in the blade root area. Instead, the invention takes an entirely different approach by losses due to incomplete or entirely aerodynamically ineffective blade root sections by the arrangement of a slat in the corresponding region can be compensated.
The arrangement of a slat usually generated, ie, at a profile with pressure and suction sides, an air flow at high speed from the pressure side of the rotor blade toward the suction side, thus resulting kinetic energy to the suction side. Enriched me this kinetic energy, the boundary layer of the flow the pressure rise in the rear of the suction side far better withstand without peeling. Very particularly suitable the slat is in profile depths of relative thicknesses D / T of 40% or more, that is to say for the so-called Strakprofile passing through the Strak from a last aerodynamically secured profile of, for example 40% relative thickness D / T to the circular profile Journal of the direct connection region formed. Even in the extreme case of a circular profile as it exists for example in the blade attachment area, the slat affect performance enhancing. In this profile per se neutral (no lift, only resistance) of the slat produced an asymmetry of flow around and thereby a suction side and a pressure side, and thus a usable lift with only small
Resistance increase. Through the slats so the aerodynamically efficient blade start is significantly shifted toward the rotor axis and thus make better use of the rotor blade along its length to one.
Secondly, can the optimal distribution of circulation r better realize over the span of the rotor blade and thus reduce the induced power dissipation of the rotor. With the circulation equation t • Ca
(wherein W eff of the effective local flow velocity of the respective profile-section corresponds)
shows that the optimal circulation in the blade root region with both enlarged Journal depth t may be (as in DE 103 19 246 A1) as well as with increased lift coefficient c a realized. The present invention is directed to an enlargement of the c a - from value by means of a slat.
These two advantages mentioned, which causes the leading edge slats on the inner wing, that better utilization of the rotor blade and lower-induced power loss through better adaptation to the optimum radial distribution of circulation, not just add up, but reinforce each other with the effect of a disproportionate increase in output of the wind turbine.
Especially advantageous proves to be that the increase in performance thanks to the invention without modification can be achieved over the blade airfoil itself. So it is possible to continue to manufacture rotor blades at relatively shallow depths in the blade root area and use the advantage of a simple and inexpensive production and a simple transportation, having to accept losses in the efficiency of a wind turbine without.
Since the slat according to the invention not necessarily requires modifications to the blade profile, it is possible to retrofit existing wind turbines in the inventive manner in order to get even with existing equipment to enjoy an increased power output.
Brief Description of Drawings:
The invention is explained below with reference shown in the drawings exemplary embodiments. Here, for ease of understanding, identical or equivalent elements of the invention are used the same reference characters in all figures.
Fig. 1 is a view on the windward side of a wind turbine according to the invention,
FIG. 2a is a plan view of the suction side of an inventive rotor blade of the wind turbine shown in Fig. 1,
Fig. 2b-f profile sections of the in Fig. 2a the rotor blade shown in different cross section planes,
Fig. 3 is a partial oblique view from the back of the interior region of the rotor blade shown in Figures 1 and 2a to f
Fig. 4-5 two partial views of further embodiments of an inventive
Rotor blade in the region of the inner wing,
Fig. 6-9 are cross sectional views of further embodiments of an inventive rotor blade in the region of the slat,
Figs. 10-12 respectively an oblique view of other embodiments of an inventive rotor blade in the region of the inner wing,
Figs. 13-16 are each a perspective view of further embodiments of an inventive rotor blade in the connection area at the rotor hub,
Fig. 17 is an oblique view of another embodiment of an inventive rotor blade in the region of the inner wing,
18 shows a cross section through the rotor blade shown in Figure 17 along the line XVIII -.. XVIII, Figure 19 is a partial cross section through the connecting region of a rotor blade according to the invention with the arrangement of a Gurney flap and
Fig. 20 is a partial cross-sectional view of an inventive rotor blade with a
Gurney flap in the region of the trailing edge.
Detailed description of embodiments:
Fig. 1 shows a wind turbine 1 of the invention, which consists of a tower 2, which is anchored with its foot region fixed in the subsoil. 3 In the head area of the tower 2 can be seen a rotor 4 about an axis perpendicular to the
Display plane extending axis of rotation 7 rotates in the direction of an arrow. 8 The rotor 4 is essentially composed of a hub 5, which is rotatably mounted at the top of the tower 2 and coupled to a generator to generate electricity. In the area of the hub 5, the rotor blades 6 are connected to the rotor. 4
In the Figures 2a to f a rotor blade 6 of the rotor 4 is illustrated in a larger scale. While Figure 2a shows a plan view of the suction side of a rotor blade 6 according to the invention, Figures 2b-f cross sections thereof are in the correspondingly named solders planes to the blade longitudinal axis.
In Fig. 2a the direction of longitudinal extension of the rotor blade 6 is denoted with the reference numeral 9. In the longitudinal direction 9, the rotor blade 6 from the hub-side blade connection 10 extends to the free end of the rotor blade 6, which is referred to as the blade tip. 11
From Fig. 2a also a longitudinal division of the rotor blade 6 is shown, to which reference is made in another part of the description. The reference plane for an inventive rotor blade 6 is the blade attachment plane 12 that defines the transition of the rotor blade 6 to the hub. 5 The distance between the blade attachment plane 12 to the rotation axis 7 is designated in Fig. 2a having L 1 and corresponds to the hub radius. The circular cylindrical part of the rotor blade with the length L 2 represents the distance from the blade connection plane 12 to the beginning of Strakprofile of the rotor blade 6 and is referred to as blade connection area. With L 3 of the blade root region is identified that corresponds to the distance between the blade attachment plane 12 for aerodynamic blade beginning. The aerodynamically efficient blade beginning lies in the vertical plane to the longitudinal direction 9 in which a contribution to the power output of the wind turbine 1 is generated due to a sufficient aerodynamic profile qualified for the first time. The aerodynamically efficient blade beginning is also called aerodynamic hub radius. L 4, finally, describes the distance of the blade attachment plane 12 for the first-third point of the rotor blade 6, which is also referred to below as an inner area or inner wing.
In Fig. 2a, the blade leading edge 13 of the blade 6 can also be seen, which represents the leading edge during rotation of the rotor 4. Her in the sheet plane, the blade trailing edge opposite runs 14. The distance between leading edge 13 and trailing edge 14 produces the depth T, which increases starting from the blade connection area L 2 to a point within the inner wing, from where they go continuously decreases toward the blade tip. 11 The top of the rotor blade shown in Fig. 2a corresponds to the suction side 15, the bottom beneath the printing page 16.
Figures 2b - 2f enter the different profile cross-sections in the specified distances from the blade attachment plane 12 again. In the blade attachment plane 12. Accordingly, the rotor blade 6 has a circular cross-section, with which it connects with the hub. 5 The circular cross-section is usually maintained over the entire blade attachment area L2. Since a circular profile does not provide a lift without additional measures in this area no contribution would be created for energy. This is also largely for the first Strakprofile the distances L 3 and in particular L2. Figure 2c shows such a profile section which virtually nothing can contribute to the performance of the rotor without further measures.
Only outside L 3, the Strakprofile would be able with no further action, to generate lift, albeit only slightly. In addition, the trailing edge 14 known rotor blades is usually cut off to avoid large sheet depths (see FIG. 2d). By the trailing edge portion but you get large relative profile thicknesses D / T of eg 70%, bringing the lift and the effective angle of attack and decrease the resistance increases. These problems also can not show, that you simply escalate such a profile at the trailing edge, profile thickness and depth but maintains. One would require by this escalation towards the trailing edge of a pressure rise, the boundary layer can not represent. The flow separates at the top and possibly also on the bottom, and does so with a worse result than a profile with well-chosen finite trailing edge thickness. With increasing radial position is obtained an increasingly better approximation to an aerodynamic profile qualified. The tread depth increases, profile thickness and the trailing edge thickness decrease (see Fig. 2e).
In order to increase the power output of a rotor blade 6 according to the invention in the range of unfavorable aerodynamic profile cross-sections, according to the invention, a leading edge slat 20 is provided, which, as Figure 2a shows, on the suction side 15 in
Direction of longitudinal extension 9 extends at least over the whole distance L3. Inwardly of the slat 20 can, as far as it allows the hub geometry, project beyond the blade attachment 12 and the hub 5 are overlapped, as shown in Fig. 2a. Outwardly to 20 as far as the slat continue until it reaches profile sections sufficient aerodynamic qualification. In general, the profile sections having a relative thickness of about 40% will be, corresponding to a relative radial position of r / R (R is the journal radius) from an average of 20% to 25%, depending on the blade design. Significant extensions of the slat of this radial position beyond that is up to profile sections well below 40% relative thickness D / T, may prove to be harmful, since the slats contributes too much to uplift and to determine the optimal
Distribution of circulation fulfill does not help as further inside, but this hurt with the result of unnecessarily high induced power loss.
The leading edge of the slat 20 extends approximately parallel to the front edge 13 of the blade 6. As shown in FIGS. 2a to 2e can be seen, the slat 20 is located under
With a gap to the suction side 15 toward ends approximately in the region of the largest thickness D of the rotor blade 6 with its front edge approximately at the height of the front edge 13 of the blade 6 and.
Fig. 3 shows the inside wing of the in Fig. 2a to f shown rotor blade 6 from a different perspective, namely from 14 to the trailing edge obliquely above the recognizable in dotted outline profile cross-sections to the blade connection area L 2 towards becoming thicker and therefore require great depths to be aerodynamically efficient. Since large sheet depths have an adverse effect in the production and transportation of rotor blades 6, the trailing edge is cut away in this region 14, being taken into account that the profiles resulting only partially develop propulsion. To increase the power of this region a leading edge slat 20 is spaced from the suction side 15 along the leading edge 13 of the rotor blade. 6 Since the slat 20 provides a boost and the circular cylinder, the slat 20 may even also cover the cylindrical blade connection range L 2 and thereby overlapping inwardly optionally the hub 5 of the rotor 4 as far as possible.
While, in FIGS. 2a has to f shown slat 20 in the plan view a rectangular outline, so that is equipped with a constant depth T VF is as shown in Figs. 4 and 5 illustrated embodiment, the slat 20 a from the blade root area in the direction the blade tip 11 decreasing depth, ie, the leading edge slat 20 is tapered towards the outside. The taper can have both a linear and curved profile. With such a configuration of the slat 20 that the profile of the rotor blade 6 to the blade tip 11 towards aerodynamic performance is taken into consideration, so that an equalization of the profile induced performance deficits by means of the slat 20 is no longer necessary in the extent.
From FIGS. 4 and 5 can also be seen that the inner end 31 of the slat 20 and its outer end 32 each having an elliptical-shaped tip edge 21 and 22 to hold the induced power losses as low as possible.
FIGS. 6, 7, 8 and 9 show cross sections through an inventive rotor blade 6 in the region of the slat 20. Thus, the slat 20 has an aerodynamic profile, that is, at a air flow around an additional lift is generated at the leading edge slat 20, which in addition to the buoyancy of the rotor blade 6 is effective and overall contributes to improve performance.
Suitable profiles for a slat 20 having a convex suction side 23 and a concave pressure side 24, the latter follows while maintaining a tapered gap 25 of the suction side 15 of the rotor blade. 6 With its front edge which runs approximately parallel to the front edge 13 of the blade 6, the slats 20 forms an air inlet 26th In this region 25, the gap has its greatest height and is narrower in the direction of downstream air outlet 27th In this way, an acceleration of the air flow in the gap 25 takes place, which reduces the tendency for flow separation on the suction side 15 of the rotor blade. 6
While having a variable depth over its T VF thickness course in the Fig. 6, cross-section of the slat 20 shown 7 and 8, is as shown in Fig. 9
pressed out of a sheet embodiment of the slat 20 through which is flanged in the area of the leading edge. The thus very simple to produce thickening in the region of the leading edge of the slat 20 results in an approximation of an aerodynamically profile qualified, thus increasing the power of the slat 20 as compared to a wing of a simple plate.
As is apparent from the Figures 6, 7 and 9, 6 spacer 28 may be provided for attachment of the slat 20 on the rotor blade. The spacers 28 may themselves have an aerodynamic profile in the flow direction and are interposed in order to provide the geometry of the gap 25 securely between the suction side 15 of the rotor blade 6 and the pressure side 24 of the slat 20th By means of screws 29 which extend through the slat 20 and the spacer 28 into the rotor blade 6, the slat is fixed in its intended position twentieth
An alternative embodiment is shown in Fig. 8. There, the wing by means of ribs 30 which are arranged at regular intervals along the length of the slat 20 is attached to the rotor blade. 6 The ribs 30 are precisely fitted into the gap 25, so that the slat 20, a larger contact area results in the advantage that the exact relative position of the slat 20 relative to the rotor blade 6 can be maintained better.
With a view to minimizing of the induced power loss and thus increase in rotor power connecting the ends 31 and 32 is of the slat 20 to the rotor blade 6 and the hub 5 is of particular importance. According to a first embodiment shown in Fig. 10 embodiment of the invention the slat 20 rests on at regular axial intervals arranged spacers 28 or ribs 30, the inner end 31 and outer end 32 are formed free-propelled, ie these ends collar with a part of its length about the outer attachment points. As mentioned in FIGS. 4 and 5, it proves advantageous to design such an embodiment, the ends 31 and 32 as the elliptic boundary arcs.
Wherein in embodiment of FIG. 11 of the invention, the slat 20 includes in the region of its ends at 31 and 32 by the arrangement of the slat 20 is flush with the final end ribs 33 to the rotor blade 6. In this way, the induced power loss is minimized.
Fig. 12 shows a further possibility of the connection of the ends 31 and 32 of the slat 20 to the rotor blade 6. There are the ends 31 and 32 doubly bent in the opposite direction and screwed with the resulting in this way parallel to the rotor blade 6 end portion by means of fastening screws ,
The variants described in FIGS. 10 to 12 for connecting of the slat 20 to a rotor blade 6 illustrate a non-exhaustive list of examples, so that the invention is not limited thereto. It is also within the scope of the invention to make the connection of the inner end 31 of the slat 20 other than the connection of the outer end 32. Also indicated in Figs. 10 to 12 variants can be combined.
Figs. 13 to 16 relate to the relative position of the inner end 31 of the slat 20 to the hub 5. In the case of wind turbines with pitch adjustment of the rotor blades 6, it is necessary to allow relative motion between the rotor blade 6 and hub 5. In order to receive an aerodynamically optimal operating slat 20, in the illustrated in Fig. 13 embodiment of a rotor 4 are provided to keep the incoming in Längserstreckungs- direction 9 slat 20 in the blade attachment region L 2, for example by means of a spacer 28 or a rib 30 and to make the further course freely protrude at the overlap of the hub. 5 Thus, a smallest possible aerodynamically effective blade start is achieved, thus increasing the usable rotor surface and the induced power loss is reduced.
In a further advantageous aspect of this embodiment the invention proposes to provide to the hub 5 in the region of the inner end 31 of the slat 20 is an additional rib 35th In this case, the slat 20 extends while maintaining a small air gap to the rib 35, so that the induced power loss is also reduced (Figure 14).
A similar effect can be shown with the embodiment shown in Fig. 15 embodiment of the invention. There is bent in the region of the hub 5 cantilevered inner end 31 of the slat 20 to the hub 5 through. A case-observed small gap allowing relative movements of the rotor blade 6, and thus also of the slat 20 relative to the circular cross section of the hub. 5
The embodiment of the invention shown in Fig. 16 shows the connection of the slat 20 to the hub 5 with a rotor 4 with a rigid attachment of the rotor blades 6, as is common in wind turbines with stall regulation. Similarly as described already with reference to FIG. 11, the inner end 31 of the slat 20 is bent twice and mutually screwed with its end portion to the hub 5.
FIGS. 17 and 18 show another way of forming a slat 20 on a rotor blade 6. The particularity of this embodiment is that the slat 20 is an integral part of the rotor blade 6, that is, slats 20 and rotor blade 6 form a monolithic unit was created by removing forms of the slat 20 and possibly also the ribs from a whole. In this way, an aerodynamically highly qualified profile is available.
FIGS. 19 and 20, finally, the combination of a Gurney flap 36 show in connection with an inventive rotor blade 6 20. with slats The Gurney flap 36 is corresponding to the pressure side 16 of the rotor blade 6 along the trailing edge 14 over a length of the slat 20 possibly shorter or longer
Longitudinal section attached. Their protruding from the pressure side 16 of the rotor blade 6 leg causes an increase in lift of the rotor blade 6 and in this way contributes in addition to the increase in output of the wind turbine. 1
It will be understood that the invention is not limited to those illustrated in the individual figures and claimed by the patent claims embodiments. Rather, are also combinations of features of different embodiments within the scope of the invention, insofar as they connect to the sense and purpose of the invention.
Priority Applications (2)
|Application Number||Priority Date||Filing Date||Title|
|DE200810026474 DE102008026474A1 (en)||2008-06-03||2008-06-03||Rotor blade for a wind turbine and wind turbine|
|PCT/EP2009/003712 WO2009146810A3 (en)||2008-06-03||2009-05-26||Rotor blade for a wind power plant and wind power plant|
|Publication Number||Publication Date|
|EP2297455A2 true true EP2297455A2 (en)||2011-03-23|
Family Applications (1)
|Application Number||Title||Priority Date||Filing Date|
|EP20090757193 Withdrawn EP2297455A2 (en)||2008-06-03||2009-05-26||Rotor blade for a wind power plant and wind power plant|
Country Status (3)
|EP (1)||EP2297455A2 (en)|
|DE (1)||DE102008026474A1 (en)|
|WO (1)||WO2009146810A3 (en)|
Families Citing this family (17)
|Publication number||Priority date||Publication date||Assignee||Title|
|EP2078852B1 (en)||2008-01-11||2016-05-04||Siemens Aktiengesellschaft||Wind turbine rotor blade|
|DK200800723A (en) *||2008-05-27||2009-11-28||Fo900 Invest Aps||Vindmölleblad with aerodynamic slitting near the root|
|DK2432993T3 (en) *||2009-05-19||2013-11-11||Vestas Wind Sys As||A wind turbine and method|
|FR2957387B1 (en) *||2010-03-09||2017-05-12||Erick Gros-Dubois||Wind has high yield|
|EP2383465A1 (en) *||2010-04-27||2011-11-02||Lm Glasfiber A/S||Wind turbine blade provided with a slat assembly|
|EP2479423B1 (en) *||2011-01-24||2018-04-04||Siemens Aktiengesellschaft||Wind turbine rotor blade element|
|JP5297558B1 (en) *||2011-10-12||2013-09-25||三菱重工業株式会社||The wind turbine blade and a method of designing a wind turbine generator and wind turbine blades with the same|
|WO2013060722A1 (en) *||2011-10-25||2013-05-02||Lm Wind Power A/S||Wind turbine blade provided with slat|
|US8777580B2 (en) *||2011-11-02||2014-07-15||Siemens Aktiengesellschaft||Secondary airfoil mounted on stall fence on wind turbine blade|
|CN102434384A (en) *||2011-11-11||2012-05-02||张向增||Novel composite material blade of horizontal shaft wind generating set|
|NL2007875C (en) *||2011-11-25||2013-05-28||Suzlon Blade Technology B V||Blade for a wind turbine having a guide vane.|
|US9151270B2 (en) *||2012-04-03||2015-10-06||Siemens Aktiengesellschaft||Flatback slat for wind turbine|
|WO2014113888A1 (en) *||2013-01-22||2014-07-31||Distributed Thermal Systems Ltd.||Multiple airfoil wind turbine blade assembly|
|US9638164B2 (en)||2013-10-31||2017-05-02||General Electric Company||Chord extenders for a wind turbine rotor blade assembly|
|DE112014006328A5 (en)||2014-02-03||2016-12-15||Michal Marcinkowsky||Both sides acting rotor blade for power-generating turbines|
|US20170022967A1 (en) *||2015-07-21||2017-01-26||Winnova Energy LLC||System and method for improving efficiency of turbine airfoils|
|CN105298741A (en) *||2015-11-03||2016-02-03||周方||Reinforced blade for wind driven generator|
Family Cites Families (10)
|Publication number||Priority date||Publication date||Assignee||Title|
|GB560502A (en) *||1942-10-02||1944-04-06||Lucas Ltd Joseph||Improvements relating to air-screws|
|DE4132453A1 (en) *||1990-09-27||1992-04-09||Johann Peter Fritz||Vane for wind power unit - comprises main vane and at least one fore-vane section|
|DE10300284A1 (en)||2003-01-02||2004-07-15||Aloys Wobben||Turbine rotor blade for wind-powered energy plant has tip region curved or angled in direction of rotor blade trailing edge|
|CA2425447C (en) *||2003-04-17||2006-03-14||Michel J. L. Auclair||Wind turbine blade unit|
|DE10319246A1 (en)||2003-04-28||2004-12-16||Aloys Wobben||Rotor blade of a wind turbine|
|DK176317B1 (en) *||2005-10-17||2007-07-30||Lm Glasfiber As||Blade for a rotor of a wind power installation|
|DE102006017897B4 (en) *||2006-04-13||2008-03-13||Repower Systems Ag||Rotor blade of a wind turbine|
|EP2078852B1 (en) *||2008-01-11||2016-05-04||Siemens Aktiengesellschaft||Wind turbine rotor blade|
|EP2107235A1 (en) *||2008-04-02||2009-10-07||Lm Glasfiber A/S||A wind turbine blade with an auxiliary airfoil|
|DK200800723A (en) *||2008-05-27||2009-11-28||Fo900 Invest Aps||Vindmölleblad with aerodynamic slitting near the root|
Non-Patent Citations (1)
|See references of WO2009146810A3 *|
Also Published As
|Publication number||Publication date||Type|
|US7132760B2 (en)||Wind turbine device|
|US20070025858A1 (en)||Methods and apparatus for producing wind energy with reduced wind turbine noise|
|US7976283B2 (en)||Noise reducer for rotor blade in wind turbine|
|US20110142666A1 (en)||Noise reducer for rotor blade in wind turbine|
|EP1944505A1 (en)||Wind turbine rotor blade with vortex generators|
|US20080175711A1 (en)||Pitch controlled wind turbine blade, a wind turbine and use thereof|
|US7914259B2 (en)||Wind turbine blades with vortex generators|
|US20110142637A1 (en)||Noise reducer for rotor blade in wind turbine|
|US8083488B2 (en)||Blade extension for rotor blade in wind turbine|
|US20080145224A1 (en)||Vertical axis wind turbine system|
|US20110142636A1 (en)||Expansion assembly for a rotor blade of a wind turbine|
|US20100322770A1 (en)||Turbine blade constructions particular useful in vertical-axis wind turbines|
|US7997875B2 (en)||Winglet for wind turbine rotor blade|
|JP2008115783A (en)||Blade for wind turbine|
|US20110076149A1 (en)||Systems and methods of assembling a rotor blade extension for use in a wind turbine|
|WO2005068833A2 (en)||Wind turbine with variable pitch blades|
|US20090324416A1 (en)||Wind turbine blades with multiple curvatures|
|US20110142673A1 (en)||Wind turbine blades with aerodynamic vortex elements|
|DE102008026474A1 (en)||Rotor blade for a wind turbine and wind turbine|
|US20100278657A1 (en)||Wind turbine blade and blade element combination and method of changing the aerodynamic profile of a wind turbine blade|
|US20110142676A1 (en)||Rotor blade assembly having an auxiliary blade|
|EP2138714A1 (en)||Wind turbine blade having a flow guiding device with optimised height|
|EP2141358A1 (en)||Wind turbine blade having a spoiler with effective separation of airflow|
|WO2010133649A2 (en)||A wind turbine and a blade for a wind turbine|
|US20120051936A1 (en)||Secondary airfoil mounted on stall fence on wind turbine blade|
|17P||Request for examination filed||
Effective date: 20101223
|AK||Designated contracting states:||
Kind code of ref document: A2
Designated state(s): AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO SE SI SK TR
|AX||Request for extension of the european patent to||
Countries concerned: ALBARS
|DAX||Request for extension of the european patent (to any country) deleted|
|18D||Deemed to be withdrawn||
Effective date: 20131203