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The company wants to reinforce this success, and will therefore invest an amount in the double-digit millions in series production of modern, large-dimensioned rotor blades
In particular, rotor blades
are among the most accident sensitive components of a wind turbine and if damaged, one of the most expensive parts to replace.
Before a rotor blade
leaves the factory, it is carefully inspected for potential defects and cracks -- the only way to ensure that a blade will be able to withstand the tremendous force of the winds: When operating at 10 m/s wind speed a 154 m rotor extracts energy from 200 tonnes of air per second
The first commercial wind turbine had a capacity of 30 kW and 5-meter-long rotor blades
, for a 10 m rotor diameter.
As the tilt block is rotated and the tip of the blade begins to move upward, the rotor blade
bends as its upward movement is counteracted by the loading cables pulling downwards.
The strike left one of the Super Puma's four rotor blades
damaged beyond repair.
For rotor blades
, 3M drew from its polyurethane protective tapes to develop a customized product to protect and repair damage from sand, rain, moisture ingression, ultraviolet light, insects and other causes.
The EU cleared plans for a helicopter rotor blade
repair joint venture RBI Hawker on January 17.
In this method, the main rotor blades
are fitted with small flaps, which enable the change of the path in rotation, thus making it possible for the rotor blade
to avoid entering the vortex airflow.
Testing of a new composite rotor blade
developed for the Boeing AH-64D Apache Longbow have recently been conducted al the Boeing helicopter facilities in Mesa as part of a the Affordable Apache Rotor Program (AARP) the objective of which Is to endow the aircraft with stronger and more enduring blades.