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1. WOWO/2014/061894 - WIND TURBINE COMPRISING SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATOR AND NON-COUPLING STRUCTURE COOLING SYSTEM24.04.2014
F03D 11/00
PCT/KR2013/005479INDUSTRY-ACADEMIC COOPERATION FOUNDATION JEJU NATIONAL UNIVERSITYKIM, Ho Min
The present invention relates to a wind turbine comprising a superconducting generator and a non-coupling structure cooling system. The main technical features of the present invention relates to the wind turbine comprising a tower pole body, a rotating moving body (hub having blades and main shaft), and the superconductive generator, wherein the superconducting generator generates electricity by means of wind power while an armature coil and a superconducting field coil are stopped and a Roebel bar that is shaft-coupled to the main shaft rotates, wherein on one side of the superconducting field coil a freezer is additionally installed directly without connection by a coupling, thereby promoting high-efficiency, high-performance wind power generation by the superconducting field coil, reducing maintenance costs by eliminating a multiplying gear and directly connecting a cooling device, improving economic feasibility by reducing a malfunctioning rate, and improving low-load output by using the superconducting field coil.

2. WOWO/2014/059989 - WIND TURBINE HAVING EXTERNAL GLUING FLANGES NEAR FLAT BACK PANEL24.04.2014
F03D 1/06
PCT/DK2013/050316ENVISION ENERGY (DENMARK) APSRUIJTER, Wout
The present invention relates a wind turbine comprising a wind turbine tower, a nacelle provided on the wind turbine tower, a rotor hub rotatably mounted to the nacelle, and one or more wind turbine blades having a blade root configured to be mounted to the rotor hub and a tip end, where the wind turbine blade further comprises a pressure side and a suction side connected to each other via a leading edge and a trailing edge, wherein the wind turbine blade comprises a first shell part having an inner surface and an outer surface and a second shell part having an inner surface and an outer surface, where the first shell part comprises a first flange having a first gluing surface and the second shell part comprises a second gluing surface, and where the two gluing surfaces are configured to be glued together using a glue when the two shell parts are placed on top of each other. The first flange extends outwards from the trailing edge and away from the outer surface of the first shell part. A second flange extends outwards from the trailing edge of the second shell part and away from the outer surface. This allows the glue line to be moved out of the inner area defined by the shell parts so that the glue process can be controlled more effectively and allows for a quick and easy inspection of the glue line. This also allows for a better control of the squishing process.

3. WOWO/2014/059994 - A WIND TURBINE24.04.2014
F03D 1/00
PCT/DK2013/050333VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/SRYTTER, Frederik
The invention provides a wind turbine comprising a nacelle and a rotor being rotatable about an axis and relative to the nacelle. The rotor comprises a plurality of blades mounted on a rotor-centre-structure and is adapted to be parked in a plurality of parking positions. Each of the parking positions provides at least two simultaneously appearing passages suitable for passage of personnel from the nacelle into an inner space in the rotor-centre-structure. Each passage is formed by a nacelle-opening into the nacelle in communication with a matching RCS-opening into the rotor-centre-structure.

4. WOWO/2014/062922 - ROLLER BEARING FOR WIND TURBINES24.04.2014
F03D 11/00
PCT/US2013/065441SCHAEFFLER TECHNOLOGIES AG & CO. KGSILVERIO, Antonio
A self aligning bearing assembly comprising an inner ring and an outer ring, and two rows of rolling elements of equal length arranged at different contact angles, for supporting a main shaft of a wind turbine.

5. WOWO/2014/062146 - METHOD AND MECHANISM INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF WIND ENERGY CONVERSION THROUGH CHANNELING THE WIND24.04.2014
F03D 3/04
PCT/TR2013/000326TÜRKER, HakkiTÜRKER, Hakki
This invention which related accelerating airflow particularly in energy generation with wind by channeling it by means of one or more sheets, and condensing the same and the method providing conveyance of the accelerated airflow to the desired region of one or more wheels at a desired angle and the mechanism applying this method is generally composed of wind sheet (1) which provides channeling of wind, its passage from a cross section area narrower than the entrance, wheel entrance (2), the passage point located in the narrowest area of the wind sheet (1) which is the way created with the cross section area narrowed with channeling of the wind, channeling extension (2.1), the part of the wind sheet (1) which provides channeling of wind which inclines inwards from the wheel entrance (2), wheel (3) where the motion energy of the wind is transferred and which rotates from its center around the shaft, wheel wings (3.1) positioned angularly on the wheel (3) and connected to the wheel (3) longitudinally, back cover (4) that prevents turbulences that arise during the exit of wind from the inside of the wheel (3), transmission shaft (5) that provides transmission the motion energy provided during passage of the wind from the wheel (3), generator (6) where the motion energy created in the wheel (3) is transmitted with the transmission shaft (5) and which provides its conversion to electrical energy.

6. WOWO/2014/059996 - A WIND TURBINE COMPRISING A SERVICE FLOOR24.04.2014
F03D 1/00
PCT/DK2013/050335VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/SCHRISTOFFERSEN, Leif
The present invention provides a horizontal axis wind turbine comprising a tower, a nacelle mounted on top of the tower, and a rotor rotationally mounted to the nacelle. The rotor comprises a hub carrying a plurality of blades. Furthermore, the rotor comprises a spinner covering the hub and defining a space between the spinner and the hub. The spinner and hub are sized such that the space allows service personnel to work within the space. A service floor for supporting the service personnel is provided in the space. The service floor provides a substantially plane support structure.

7. WOWO/2014/060388 - SUPPLY FRAME FOR A TOWER, TOWER WITH A SUPPLY FRAME AND METHOD FOR ERECTING A SUPPLY FRAME IN THE INTERIOR OF A TOWER24.04.2014
F03D 11/04
PCT/EP2013/071482MAX BÖGL WIND AGHIERL, Martin
A supply frame (13) for a tower (1), in particular a wind turbine tower made of annular or annular-segment-shaped prefabricated concrete parts (5), which supply frame (13) supports tower internal structures (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12), in particular a ladder (7), a lift arrangement (8), cable arrangements (10), platforms and lighting units (9), can be arranged in the interior of the tower (1) and extends essentially over the entire height of the tower (1). The supply frame (13) is composed of a plurality of supply frame modules (13a) which are arranged one on top of the other and connected to one another, and said supply frame (13) forms a self-supporting unit which can be attached in a suspended fashion from an upper prefabricated concrete part (5, 5a, 5b) of the tower (1). The supply frame (13) has a framework-like grid structure which preferably is stable in terms of bending under its own weight and under payload and which is stabilized by tensile forces from its own weight and the payload. A tower (1), in particular a wind turbine tower made of annular or annular-segment-shaped prefabricated concrete parts (5) has a corresponding supply frame (13) in its interior. In a method for erecting a supply frame (13) in the interior of a tower (1), a plurality of supply frame modules (13a) are arranged one on top of the other and connected to one another to form a self-supporting unit which has a framework-like grid structure which is not stable in terms of bending under its own weight and under payload. The supply frame (13) is attached in a suspended fashion from an upper prefabricated concrete part (5) of the tower (1) and is stabilized during operation by tensile forces from its own weight and the payload.

8. WOWO/2014/060446 - WIND TURBINE24.04.2014
F03D 1/06
PCT/EP2013/071574WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBHALTMIKUS, Andree
The invention relates to a wind turbine rotor blade comprising a suction side (216), a pressure side (217), a region (214) near the root, a rotor blade tip (213), a rotor blade front edge (211), and a rotor blade rear edge (212). Said rotor blade also has a plurality of stagnation points along the length of the rotor blade, which together can form a stagnation point line (215). A plurality of vortex generators are provided in the region of the stagnation point line (215) which is located on the underside (generally referred to as the pressure side) of the rotor blade.

9. WOWO/2014/060420 - V-SHAPED, BI-ROTOR WIND GENERATOR ON A SPAR FLOATING STRUCTURE24.04.2014
F03D 1/02
PCT/EP2013/071538SEREO SASHERSKOVITS, André
The invention relates to a V-shaped, bi-rotor wind generator on a floating structure. According to the invention, said structure is a SPAR floating structure, including a central mast provided with a ballast in the bottom portion thereof (7), pivoting about itself so as to direct the upper portion which supports the two rotors against the wind. Additionally, the wind generator includes at least three guy lines, the upper cable (3) of which connects the two rotors (1, 2) to one another, and two lower cables (4), each of which connects each one of said rotors to said central mast.

10. WOWO/2014/059964 - ROBOT FOR INSPECTING ROTOR BLADES OF WIND ENERGY INSTALLATIONS24.04.2014
B25J 11/00
PCT/DE2013/000604KRAMPE, SusanneKRAMPE, Susanne
The robot described here is used to inspect rotor blades of wind energy installations. A frame construction has an inner opening, which surrounds a rotor blade during use, and a plurality of propellers for a vertical flying movement of the robot. A rotor blade state detection system fitted to the frame construction detects the state of the rotor blades. A power and/or data cable for connecting the robot to a control and evaluation station on the ground, for example, during use is preferably provided.


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