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The Front Cover

In recent years, operators of wind farms have become aware of an annoying effect reducing the performance of their turbines – the impact of weather-induced erosion at the rotor blade surface, mainly at the leading edge. Offshore wind parks in particular are impacted, driven by droplets of water hitting the blades with high velocity. Read more about rotor blade erosion in the article on page 6.


Publisher's Note

How many wake-up calls does the world need?

Features

Impact of Rotor Blade Erosion
By Jan Liersch and Bastian Sundermann, Key Wind Energy, Germany
 
By Søren Kellenberger, Sales Director, CNC Onsite, Denmark

 

By Eize J. Stamhuis, Albatrozz, the Netherlands

 

By Orfanos Vasilis, nvisionist, Greece

 

Windtech Future

How Many Wind Turbines Do We Need?

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Chris Westra, the Netherlands

 

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