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Gao, Linyue; Tao, Tao; Liu, Yongqian; and Hu, Hui
A field study of ice accretion and its effects on the power production of utility-scale wind turbines
[abstract] A field study was conducted to examine ice accretion on 50-m-long turbine blades and icing-induced power production losses to multi-megawatt wind turbines. An unmanned-aerial-system equipped with a digital camera was deployed to take images of the ice structures on turbine blades after undergoing a 30-hour-long icing event to quantify the ice thickness accreted along blade leading edges. While ice accreted over entire blade spans, more ice was found to accrete on outboard blades with the ice thickness reaching up . . . Complete article »

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