This Essential Report on Wind Engineering Is Now Available
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b2640b/wind_engineering) has announced the addition of the “Wind Engineering” subscription to their offering.
Having been in continuous publication since 1977, Wind Engineering is the oldest and most authoritative English language journal devoted entirely to the technology of wind energy.
Under the direction of a distinguished editor and editorial board, Wind Engineering appears bimonthly with fully refereed contributions from active figures in the field, book notices, and summaries of the more interesting papers from other sources.
Papers are published in Wind Engineering on: the aerodynamics of rotors and blades; machine subsystems and components; design; test programmes; power generation and transmission; measuring and recording techniques; installations and applications; and economic, environmental and legal aspects.
Wind Engineering is of the utmost value to everybody involved with wind as a source of energy.
Published 6 times a year.
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Some recent papers in Wind Engineering:
Modal Testing for Validation of Blade Models
D. Todd Griffith, Thomas G. Carne and Joshua A. Paquette
Simulated Onshore-Fault Ride Through of Offshore Wind Farms Connected Through VSC HVDC
A. Arulampalam, G. Ramtharan, N. Caliao, J.B. Ekanayake and N. Jenkins
Impact of FACTS Controllers on the Dynamic Stability of Power Systems Connected with Wind Farms
N. Senthil Kumar and M. Abdullah Khan
A Suitable Load Control Method for Constant Tip Speed Ratio Operation of Stand-Alone Wind Turbine-Generator Systems
Tetsuya Wakui and Ryohei Yokoyama
Experimental Investigations on the Effect of Overlap Ratio and Blade Edge Conditions on the Performance of Conventional Savonius Rotor
Kamoji M.A., S.B. Kedare and S.V. Prabhu
Incorporation of a Redox Flow Battery in a Wind-Diesel Power System for Simultaneous Frequency and Voltage Control
Shameem Ahmad Lone, Mairaj ud-Din Mufti and Shiekh Javed Iqbal
The Porsche Wind Powered Generator
Izumi Ushiyama and Yuichi Nakajo
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