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Some data on the behaviour of kites (Milvus milvus, Milvus migrans) nesting close to two active wind farms in Saxony, Germany

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The importance of on-site evaluation for placing renewable energy in the landscape: A case study of the Búrfell wind farm (Iceland)

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Numerical and experimental investigation on the performance of three newly designed 100 kW-class tidal current turbines

References Bahaj, A.S., Molland, A.F., Chaplin, J.R. and Batten, W.M.J., 2007. Power and thrust measurements of marine current turbines under various hydrodynamic flow condition in a cavitation tunnel and a towing tank. Renewable Energy, 32(3), pp.407-426. Baltazar, J. and Falcao de Campos, J.A.C., 2009. Unsteady analysis of a horizontal axis marine current turbine in yawed inflow conditions with a panel method. 1st International symposium on marine propulsors. Trondheim, Norway. Burton, T., Share, D., Jenkins

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Wind farms and rural tourism: A Portuguese case study of residents’ and visitors’ perceptions and attitudes

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Technology Concept of TLP Platform Towing and Installation in Waters with Depth of 60 m

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Design and Strength Calculations of the Tripod Support Structure for Offshore Power Plant

5. Dymarski P., Ciba E., Marcinkowski T.: Effective method for determining environmental loads on supporting structures for offshore wind turbines, 20th International Conference on Hydrodynamics in Ship Design and Operation HYDRONAV 2014, Wroclaw, Poland, June 2014 6. Turbine graphics, source: Repower (in Polish) 7. PN-80/B-03040 „Foundations and supporting structures for machines” (in Polish) 8. DNV-OS-J101 Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures

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Simulation Study of Nonlinear PI-Controller with Quasi-Z-Source Derived Push-Pull Converter

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Analysis And Synthesis Of Model Reference Controller For Variable Speed Wind Generators Inertial Support

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A comparative study between four-level NSVM and three-level NSVM technique for a DFIG-based WECSs controlled by indirect vector control

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Control Strategies for the Grid Side Converter in a Wind Generation System Based on a Fuzzy Approach

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