US composites institute IACMI teams has unveiled a 9 m long prototype wind blade made at its Wind Technology Area in Denver, Colorado, USA.
The prototype blade is based on an existing design from previous work conducted by the US DOE, representing a small-scale version of a utility-scale multi-megawatt blade. The new blade features innovations such as impact resistant components, continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic parts and exterior shell components produced with less than half the normal CO2 emissions commonly emitted in wind blade manufacture.
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