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Windeurope 2017: best poster in its category

Posted 12/5/2017

"A Novel Method to Reduce Radar Cross Section Area of Rotating Wind Turbine Blades by Carbon Nanotube Cellulose Nanocomposite Treated Glass Fiber" by Winden Ltd. has been selected as the best poster presentation under the "
Environmental impacts, social acceptance & spatial planning on land and at sea" topic by WindEurope and the European Academy of Wind Energy.

The poster describes a new method to mitigate a risk of Doppler effect because of reflection from blades of rotating wind turbine by applying CNTCNC to standard wind turbine blade manufacturing processes.

You can download the poster from here.

Please contact Winden sales for more details. 

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The 1st phase of material development completed!

Posted 11/28/2015

We are proud to inform you that the first phase to develop absorbing epoxy material has been completed. We moved to characterization and measurements phase in the project. The first results are showing very promising RCS reduction figures in large frequency band starting from 3 GHz and reaching up to 9 GHz marker.

We are ready to start the second phase to commercialize the product. Please contact us for more information from us and from the product. 

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Electrically conductive and absorbing epoxy development project

Posted 9/7/2015

Background

There is 20 GW blocked wind turbine (WT) power in Europe pending for building permissions. The main reason to block is radar signal interference from WT farms to civil avionics, weather radars, and military radars. Releasing even the half of blocked amount of green energy, we can build together with partners sustainable electric power for decades.

Invention

Winden Ltd. has invented new novel water based epoxy material and coating structures to reduce RCS of wind turbines (WT), tower and blades, and radar signal scattering (shadow effect) behind the WT.

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