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Vanhaeverbeke, S. (author)
Noise radiation is in certain countries still a major limitation on the further expansion of wind energy. Until now, the majority of the small wind turbines were sited in sparsely populated areas like open field far from inhabited regions. However, today the tendency exists towards integrating small wind turbines closer to populated areas....
master thesis 2007
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Soons, E.J. (author)
master thesis 2007
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Claessens, M.C. (author)
In recent years more focus is put on the applications of wind turbines in the urban environment. One of the ways to do this is using a turbine with a vertical axis (a VAWT). This type of wind turbines is around for many centuries. The modern equivalent which is based on lift producing blades only exists for 30 years. In this period airfoils for...
master thesis 2006
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Mutze, C. (author)
Wind energy is currently one of the fastest growing markets in the world. In the Netherlands the potential for onshore wind energy is not large because of siting problems. Therefore the focus in the Netherlands has shifted from onshore to offshore wind energy because the wind climate offshore is substantially better than onshore. For the Dutch...
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van Beveren, S.C. (author)
New wind turbines for placement in the urban environment appeared in the recent years. These urban wind turbines are still expensive; they produce electricity against higher costs then the current consumer’s price for electricity in the Netherlands. Another drawback for most of the new wind turbines is that they are too small for placement upon...
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