Thermal turbines work with compressible fluids: e.g. gas, wind and steam turbines.
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Energy conversion in a wind power plant
Conversion of kinetic wind energy into electrical energy
Control unit for wind power plant ET 220.01
Use of wind energy in stand-alone operation under real weather conditions
Wind power drive train
Experiments on conversion of rotational energy into electrical energy
Operating behaviour of wind turbines
Characteristic and control on a wind power drive train
Wave energy converter, OWC
Turbine unit with Wells turbine and electric generator; configurable wave generator
Investigation of a compressed air driven axial impulse turbine
Investigation of a compressed air driven radial reaction turbine
Operation with power turbine or as jet engine with propelling nozzle using liquid gas
Gas turbine with power turbine
Two-shaft arrangement with high-pressure turbine and power turbine using liquid gas
Gas turbine jet engine
Small single-shaft gas turbine with thrust measurement using either kerosene or petroleum
Axial steam turbine
Single-stage steam turbine with power output measurement; steam supply via ET 850, gas-fired or ET 852, electrical
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