Wind Turbines on CO2 Neutral Luminaries in Urban Areas

Witold Robert Skrzypinski (Author), Christian Bak (Author), Christina Beller (Author), Anders Thorseth (Author), Fabian Bühler (Author), Peter Behrensdorff Poulsen (Author), Christian Andresen (Author)

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    In the present work, an overview of three different wind turbines used in hybrid luminaries is presented. The turbines are: vertical-axis twisted Savonius, three-blade horizontal-axis, and vertical-axis three-blade helical H-rotor. The considered luminaries are also equipped with photovoltaic panels and batteries, detailed investigation of which is outside the scope of the present manuscript. Analysis of the turbines’ performance based on producer-supplied power curves is presented together with an estimation of the wind climate in Copenhagen district comprising 1-2 story single family buildings. A new vertical-axis twisted Savonius rotor is proposed for a luminary being designed for such a district within the “Development of CO2 neutral urban luminary” project.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2013
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    EventEuropean Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition 2013 - Vienna, Austria
    Duration: 4 Feb 20137 Feb 2013


    ConferenceEuropean Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition 2013
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