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Could mass eccentricity explain the formation of orbits in wind turbines?

@inproceedings{Sander2021CouldME,
  title={Could mass eccentricity explain the formation of orbits in wind turbines?},
  author={Aljoscha Sander and Bas Holman and Andreas F. Haselsteiner},
  year={2021}
}
The kinematics of offshore wind turbines are of great importance when installing the turbines, as the motions of the components during craning operations are a limiting factor. Most critical is the installation of the blades: the blade’s bolts need to be inserted into the rotor flange, an operation that requires great precision. Both the blade and the turbine undergo environmental loading, leading to relative motions between the blade root and the hub during installation. Results from an… 

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