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Blade Dynamics Submits Chinese Patent Application for Sealing Member for a Sectioned Wind Turbine Blade


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    Beijing, June 2 -- Blade Dynamics has submitted a patent application for sealing member for a sectioned wind turbine blade. This invention was developed by Avaldi Andrea, Swatton Chris Paul, Fish Harry George James and Mukherjee Manish.

    The patent application number is CN20198071357 20191025. The patent publication number is CN112930440 (A). International Patent Classification code is F03D1/06. Cooperative Patent Classification codes are F03D1/0675 (EP, US), F05B2230/60 (US), F05B2240/30 (EP), F05B2240/302 (EP, US), F05B2240/57 (EP, US), F05B2250/61 (EP), F05B2250/611 (EP) and Y02E10/72 (EP).

    An abstract released by the State Intellectual Property Office of China states: "Disclosed is a method for sealing a joint between a first blade section and a second blade section of a wind turbine blade, a sealing member and a wind turbine blade comprising a sealing member. The sealing member has a first surface and a second surface. The sealing member has a width between a first edge and a second edge. The sealing member is configured for attachment to the first outer shell along the first edge, and for attachment to the second outer shell along the second edge. The sealing member comprises a corrugated section between the first edge and the second edge, and the corrugated section comprises one or more valleys and/or ridges extending along a lengthwise direction of the sealing member."

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