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Sea ice and icing risk for offshore wind turbines

@inproceedings{Battisti2006SeaIA,
  title={Sea ice and icing risk for offshore wind turbines},
  author={L. Battisti and R. Fedrizzi and A. Brighenti and T. Laakso},
  year={2006}
}
  • L. Battisti, R. Fedrizzi, +1 author T. Laakso
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • There are two important issues related to wind turbines performances in offshore sites that locate in cold climates: sea ice (flows, driving ice, land-fast ice) and the presence of atmospheric icing (due to water in the air as in-cloud operation, rainfall and sea sprays) which may potentially lead to ice formation on turbines’ structures. Icing of rotor blades and some other wind turbine components have effect on the design of turbines, the safety of O&M personnel and the overall economics of a… CONTINUE READING
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