Development of wind power plants for use in the Antarctic Final report

The H rotor HM 56 with travelling-field generator (20 kW rates output) of Heidelberg-Motor GmbH, Starnberg, which was practically tested under the extreme climatic conditions of the Antarctic, has proved perfectly reliable. Between January 18th, 1991 and mid-January 1992, the wind power plant fed 40...

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Main Authors: Zastrow, F., Kulick, C., Suenkenberg, H., Schier, H., Hochschule Bremerhaven (Germany)
Format: Other/Unknown Material
Language:German
Published: 1992
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Online Access:http://hdl.handle.net/10068/167936
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Summary:The H rotor HM 56 with travelling-field generator (20 kW rates output) of Heidelberg-Motor GmbH, Starnberg, which was practically tested under the extreme climatic conditions of the Antarctic, has proved perfectly reliable. Between January 18th, 1991 and mid-January 1992, the wind power plant fed 40 000 kWh into the grid of the Georg-von-Neumayer station. Even under the extreme Antarctic conditions, the system operated without disturbances. (orig./HW) Der H-Rotor HM-56 mit Wanderfeldgenerator (20 kW Nennleistung) der Firma Heidelberg Motor GmbH, Starnberg, hat sich in der praktischen Erprobung unter den extremen klimatischen Bedingungen der Antarktis ausserordentlich positiv bewaehrt. Die Windkraftanlage hat in der Zeit vom 18. Januar 1991 bis Mitte Januar 1992 40 000 kWH in der Antarktis in das Netz der Georg-von-Neumayer-Station eingespeist. Dabei traten auch unter den extremen Umweltbedingungen keine Betriebsstoerungen auf. (orig./HW) Available from TIB Hannover: F94B992 / FIZ - Fachinformationszzentrum Karlsruhe / TIB - Technische Informationsbibliothek SIGLE Bundesministerium fuer Forschung und Technologie (BMFT), Bonn (Germany) DE Germany