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Perspective for Fibre-Hybrid Composites in Wind Energy Applications

Abstract: The objective of our work is to improve the mechanical stiffness of fiber reinforced laminates. The stiffness can be characterized by flexural and tensile moduli or their derivation. We applied design of experiments DOE to achieve our goals, because to solve the existing analytical and numerical models is complicated. We examined the effects of the following parameters: a composition of reinforce materials solely carbon, or carbon and glass combination , b modulus of resin, c mass ratio of resin-reinforcement, d order of layers.

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The samples manufactured on the basis of DOE were investigated mechanically flexural and tensile moduli measurements and morphologically scanning electron microscopy. We compared the measured modulus results to calculated values. Abstract: Wind turbine blades are the major structural element and highest cost component in the wind power system.

Modern wind turbine blade sizes are increasing, and the driving motivation behind this is to increase the efficiency and energy output per unit rotor area, and to reduce the cost per kilowatt hour. However due to the increase in size the material selection for wind turbine has become critical and complex. To achieve the desired materials to improve the design of wind turbine blades several factors such as high fatigue strength, less weight, less cost and potential of recycling must be focused.

Basalt fiber is a relative newcomer to fiber reinforced polymers and structural composites. Basalt fiber with their excellent mechanical properties represents an interesting alternative composite material for modern wind turbine blades. Strength and manufacturing criteria for selecting anisotropic materials and turbine blade materials.

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Written by a prolific composite materials expert with more than 40 years of research experience, this reference is invaluable for a new generation of composite designers, graduate students, and industry professionals involved in wind power system design. Assessing significant required changes in transmission, manufacturing, and markets, this resource outlines innovative methods to help the U.

Department of Energy meet its goal of having wind energy account for 20 percent of total generated energy by