Enercon E126 - The Most Powerful Wind Turbine in The World

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+8 1. seldomseen77 commented 5 years ago

This has a rotor diameter of 126 meters, a total height of 198 meters, and can output 7.6 megawatts. For reference, about 76,000 100-watt light-bulbs or 38,000 computer systems would be needed to draw 7.6 megawatt.
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+3 2. aneroid commented 5 years ago

More info please, like where and why ...
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+5 3. Kopi commented 5 years ago

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+3 4. Derpgeek commented 5 years ago

Would like know how much noise pollution that thing does, low-frequency noise. And seeing those house just miles away.
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-2 5. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

I wonder what the blade-tip speed is when it is running at max capacity. In the States hundreds of raptors and vultures are killed by the high blade-tip speed of wind turbines.

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+1 6. kubeek5 commented 5 years ago

Great, just bring more and more megawatts of totally unpredictable power into the grid.
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+5 7. Sizzlik (admin) commented 5 years ago

#6 may i ask what you mean with "unpredictable power"? Nuclear fission was unpredictable power 60 years ago. That is just a windmill. Worst case is a storm, wings break off. No overpower to the grid. line just gets cut and it spins without producing power..whats so unpredictable compared to other sources?
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0 8. Limberg commented 5 years ago

#7 this is what he means http://www.aweo.org/windgrid.html . An electric grid is much more complex than you'd think and requires a complex Auto-Feedback loop in layman's terms. A high power consumer turning on will cause a drop in frequency that affects the whole grid and must be dealt with fast. The other way around, wind-farms cause fluctuations in the grid that other, more reliable sources will have to fix ( usually thermo or hydro) which may lead to an overall pollution that is higher than advertised.

Contrary to wind power, nuclear is very reliable, with a perfectly predictable power output and in all honestly it's a pity some countries abandon it just by "popular demand".
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+1 9. name1 commented 5 years ago

Enercon...sounds like a superhero
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+3 10. Yokhannan commented 5 years ago

downvote for not showing it working!!!!
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-3 11. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Down-voting you #10 for suggesting that >:)