Development of smart blade technology - trailing edge flaps

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Abstract

With blade lengths presently up to 80+ m there is a need for a supplement to the standard pitch system for control of power and loads. Distributed load control along the blade span with trailing edge flaps is a promising concept where numerical simulations have shown considerable load alleviation potential. However, the technology still has not been developed, but in the INDUFLAP project the overall goal is to transfer a trailing edge flap system tested in the laboratory to full-scale industrial application
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDepartment of Wind Energy Annual Report 2013
EditorsBerit C. Larsen, Jens Carsten Hansen, Tom Cronin
PublisherDTU Wind Energy
Publication date2014
Pages12-13
ISBN (Electronic)978-87-92896-79-7
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Aagaard Madsen , H. (2014). Development of smart blade technology - trailing edge flaps. In B. C. Larsen, J. C. Hansen, & T. Cronin (Eds.), Department of Wind Energy Annual Report 2013 (pp. 12-13). DTU Wind Energy.