Category Archives: Acoustics

Wind Turbine Research and Nanosychronization

New forms of instrumentation can have a significant impact on reliability engineering of wind turbines.  By using techniques for synchronized measurements on wind turbines, their subsystems, as well as on the wind field in front of turbines, makes it possible … Continue reading

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Up, Up and Away: nanosync takes off

  The maiden flight of the nano-synchronized Aerial Sensor   Can flying transducers be used to map the turbulence field behind wind tubines? This feasibility study shows the instrumentation pod attached to the tethered balloon.  And what does it measure? 3D Windspeed, … Continue reading

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nanosync in the News

The latest edition of the Danish publication “Nyhedsmagasinet Elektronik & Data” features nanosynchronization on its cover, with an in-depth article describing the technology and its potential applications.  The editorial on page 2 also comments on the future perspectives. You can … Continue reading

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