How to make field installation of wind turbines from scratch?

How to make field installation of wind turbines from scratch?

This section supplanted and supplanted the installation process of onshore wind granges. We’ve managed to produce a step by step companion on exactly how these massive enigmatic structures are transported, assembled andinstalled. You know, that is what I really really appreciate, I’ve nothing to do with windmills but effects like that make my day moreinteresting.great […]

This section supplanted and supplanted the installation process of onshore wind granges. We’ve managed to produce a step by step companion on exactly how these massive enigmatic structures are transported, assembled andinstalled.

You know, that is what I really really appreciate, I’ve nothing to do with windmills but effects like that make my day moreinteresting.great job! I conjure of how important concrete finish to make underground! Now I am really curious about the wind’s really green and profitableenvironment!

How important energy do you suppose it took for all that sword, concrete, the base, and how important energy it took to make the factual windmill? and how long will it take that windmill to expend the energy to make it.

You know what, I actually appreciate these kinds of videos, I don’t have anything to do with windmills, but stuff like this makes my day just a little more interesting, so thank you Quantum Tech HD, for giving me interesting content to watch.Those are amazing devices.

I used to work for a shipyard and we had a facility on the port, and there was a set of three turbine blades lined up on their special trucks waiting for shipment by boat somewhere. If you’ve ever seen the entrance to the port of Everett you’d be scratching your head at how they got the things in there lol, they’re huge. Pictures don’t do them justice, when you’re standing 20 feet away and it’s dwarfing you, you’ll understand.

The company i work for (concrete manufacturer) got the chance to deliver concrete to few of these kinds of foundations. The biggest ones we delivered to were 820 m3 in volume. Thats roughly 1900 tons of concrete i think the Steel frame was 300 tons so all in all 2200 tons holding the thing on its place.Some people wonder why the first layer of concrete is poured without forms or steel re-enforcement.

That first layer (concrete) is an upgrade over the previous base layer of gravel. The base layer is called the mat. As a person that has received basic crane operator instruction. I marvel at the skill of the crane operators and the engineers that design them. Congratulations to all involved. This last 20 years has seen tremendous leaps in capability.



 

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