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    United States Patent for Method for Determining an Azimuth Angle of a Wind Turbine Issued to Wobben Properties


    April 7, 2021 - Energy Patent News

     

      Alexandria, April 6 -- United States Patent for method for determining an azimuth angle of a wind turbine has been issued to Wobben Properties. This invention was developed by Weber Marcel and Jandl Marc. The patent application number is 16/061,997. The International Patent Classification codes are G01S 19/53 (20100101), F03D 7/02 (20060101), G01S 19/14 (20100101) and G01S 19/42 (20100101). Cooperative Patent Classification codes are G01S 19/53 (20130101), F03D 7/0212 (20130101), G01S 19/42 (20130101), G01S 19/14 (20130101), Y02E 10/72 (20130101), F05D 2270/804 (20130101) and F05B 2270/329 (20130101).

      The abstract released by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states, "A method for determining an azimuth angle of a wind power installation is provided. The method includes attaching at least two global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers to a nacelle, comparing reception signals of the GNSS receivers, deriving the azimuth angle from the comparison. The at least two GNSS receivers may be attached to a wind measuring supporting frame. Provided is a method including attaching a telescopic sight to a nacelle, determining a bearing of a bearing object at a bearing angle, deriving the azimuth angle from a comparison of the bearing angle with coordinates of the bearing object and/or the wind power installation. The telescopic sight may be attached to a wind measuring supporting frame. The at least one GNSS receiver may be attached to a wind measuring supporting frame. A wind power installation is also provided."

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